The 300 hour yoga teacher training is certified by Yoga Alliance with training modules held in Athens, Georgia. This training format makes deeper yoga teacher training more accessible to those working full-time, people with children, or those who live outside Athens.
About the Training
You can complete your 300 hour training on weekends with very little disruption to your life. The modules count as yoga continuing education to maintain up-to-date certification.
Choose your path
With 7 required modules and a variety of elective modules, you get to decide what kind of yoga education you would like to have and what kind of instructor you want to be. Some of the modules are immersions, while others are just weekends so that you can decide the ones that fit your life and needs.
Multiple, expert instructors
Our teacher trainers not only have thousands of hours of teaching experience and E-RYTs behind their name, they also come with credentials like Ph. D, RN, LaPC, etc. These are not only experts in the yoga field, but also in their professional fields as well.
Required Training Modules
Join Nick Combs, RN E-RYT for a journey into the anatomy of the shoulders. We will explore the joints, musculoskeletal anatomy and how it relates to yoga. Lots of emphasis will be placed in applying knowledge gained to yoga teaching and effective cueing for both safety and alignment. Common dysfunction and how to modify through will also be addressed.
Learn how to tell a story through the body by sequencing masterful classes to help your students achieve success in their bodies and minds. Styles of classes include all levels vinyasa, peak pose classes, peak sequence classes, alignment based/hatha classes, energetic sequencing and sequencing to different levels. This is definitely the training to take to become a masterful teacher and learn more about how to get your students to understand yoga through their unique bodies.
Join Nick Combs, RN E-RYT for a journey into the anatomy of the hips. We will explore the joints, musculoskeletal anatomy and how it relates to yoga. Lots of emphasis will be placed in applying knowledge gained to yoga teaching and effective cueing for both safety and alignment. Common dysfunction and how to modify through will also be addressed.
September 27-29 • $325, $295 early bird
This module will explore some of the foundational yoga texts where the practice of yoga originates. The Bhagavad Gita, The Yoga Sutras, The Hatha Yoga Pradipika and The Upanishads shall be the focus. Explore not only the unbelievable philosophy behind the practice of yoga but also learn how to apply it as a teacher. Learn how to theme your classes and translate this knowledge effectively and succinctly to your students.
- Focus will be on the movements and planes of motion of the spine and the anatomy of the nervous system
- Applied anatomy and how to sequence classes surrounding anatomical variants with the spine
- Physiology of scoliosis, ankylosing spondylitis, degenerative spinal disease and modifications for these pathologies will be focused on
Elective Training Modules
Frequently Asked Questions
Non-local instructors will be brought in from time to time to further enhance our instructional offerings.
Also, our trainees have a list of readings that will help deepen their training and practices. These books can be purchased or you can borrow them using the library system to request copies.
Our training also includes a wide variety of experts and topics, allowing you to become the best yoga teacher you can be while picking which modules you want to learn along the way.
Practicing regularly during your training will help deepen your experience and prompt questions for you to ask during training days.
Trainees who want to practice at M3 will receive a reduced membership rate during and after the training.
-You are 18 or older.
-You have completed a 200 hours yoga teacher training
-You have a deep desire to deepen your yoga practice and/or a desire to share your love of yoga with others.
-You are ready to accept the challenge and deepen your life with an in-depth study of yoga.
-You appreciate or want to know more about the anatomy and philosophy of yoga
-You like to laugh (not required, but it helps!)