Teacher Training with Sage

Yoga teachers change lives. Share your love of yoga and help your students find greater connection and freedom.

bring Sage to your studio

Want to bring Sage to your studio? Download the Workshop Offerings and contact booking@sagerountree.com.

become a yoga teacher

Carrboro Yoga 2011-12 yoga teacher traineesWith my co-owner Lies Sapp, I lead a 200-hour Yoga Alliance–registered yoga teacher training at the Carrboro Yoga Company in central North Carolina. Over the course of three weeks, nine weeks, or eight months, join us and the very best guest teachers around in an exploration of what yoga means, how to teach it, and the best path for you. Our next programs begin in September 2019, July 2020, September 2020, and January 2021.

If you are already teaching, consider our 500-hour advanced studies course, which includes my Teaching Yoga to Athletes and Sequencing intensives, as well as Professionalism and Classroom Management.

continue your education as a teacher

Sage Teaching Yoga for Athletes

Sage Yoga Teacher Training offers online yoga teacher training and professional development available anytime, anywhere! You’ll find an online teaching yoga to athletes course and community to connect teachers from around the world who work with athletes—or want to learn how. Or take an online course on developing sequences to keep your students balanced and your classes creative! Or up your game in the Professionalism course, full of useful discussion for better relationships with your students, your studio, and your money. The Classroom Management and Safety course helps you feel capable, confident, and equipped to handle any classroom issues or emergencies that come your way. And the Workshop Workshop is an online workbook course that will quickly pay for itself when you are presenting well-planned workshops!

upcoming teacher trainings

online courses for yoga teachers

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