Sage Yoga Teacher Training

YACEPLooking for a 200-hour or 300/500-hour yoga teacher training? Sage offers both at the Carolina Yoga Company’s Carrboro studio, in both year-round and summer intensive formats. Read more →

Wherever you are, from New York to New Zealand, you can study with Sage on your own schedule. These online courses for yoga teachers will help you develop your niche in teaching yoga to athletes, or deepen your expertise in sequencing safe, balanced classes to students of any level. Sign up for Sage’s courses and refine your teaching skills to benefit your students and your career. All of these courses are now offered at Sage Yoga Teacher Training—clicking “read more” will lead you there!

Yoga for Athletes Online Teacher Training and Certification

TYAThis one-of-a-kind course with America’s leading expert on yoga for athletes will help you take your teaching to the next level and empower you to teach athletes of all sports and levels in studio, gym, or one-on-one settings. Earn CEUs and expand your understanding of yoga, sports training, and the connections between them. Optionally, take the certification track and learn with Sage’s direct input on your homework and plans. Read more →

Sequencing Yoga Classes from Welcome to Namaste

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In this innovative online course, you’ll learn Sage’s flipbook approach to teaching yoga classes for all levels. Regardless of the style of yoga you practice and teach, you’ll gain tools to create balanced, safe classes for students from beginners to experienced practitioners, and you’ll have lifetime access to a collaborative sequence database to ensure you always feel prepared to serve your students best. Read more →


crop profStudio owners Lies Sapp and Sage Rountree share their knowledge on accounting, scheduling, and the studio/teacher relationship. You’ll gain attorney Lies’s perspective on legal issues yoga teachers face, including liability and ethics, and learn Sage’s take on marketing, building a loyal student base, and developing a career—full or part-time—as a yoga teacher. Read more →

Classroom Management

300-110The very first step of the first limb of yoga is ahimsa, nonharming. With this goal in mind, we seek to keep our students safe in class. Once their safety is ensured, our choices in how we set up and manage the classroom directly affect the quality of the students’ experience and the feel of the class. In this online course with Sage Rountree and Lies Sapp—plus special guest, first-aid teacher Kathy DiBlasio—we investigate all the choices that contribute to the safety and quality of your class. Read more →

The Workshop Workshop

Are you eager to share your favorite topics with your students in workshop format, but unsure about where and how to begin? In this workshop on developing workshops, Sage explains the who, what, where, why, when, and how of creating, locating a home for, marketing, teaching, and refining successful workshops—from one-hour sessions to weeklong intensives to retreats to ongoing series. Read more →

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