300-Hour Teacher Training & Continuing Education

A Supplementary Yoga Training

Styles Yoga offers supplementary yoga teacher training modules that will take your teachings and personal practice to the next level.

You’ll enjoy daily meditations, yoga practices, and workshops during each module.

Each module is led by Aaron Styles (E-RYT 500), founder of Styles Yoga.

You must complete a 200hr level training or foundational training prior to starting any module.

Complete any four modules to receive a 300-hour certificate. Already have a 300-hour certification? No problem! We still invite you to come learn. Take any module that interests you as a way to further your education and experience. Yoga Alliance CEU credits are available.

This training is open to yoga instructors of all levels and does not require an “advanced” asana practice.

Aaron Styles


Lead Instructor

Aaron is the creator and lead instructor of Styles Yoga. His fun, outgoing, and somewhat goofy personality will keep you smiling. He loves sharing his in-depth knowledge of the practice, which he acquired from years of experience studying under many different teachers.

Upper Extremity

  • Learn the muscular and skeletal anatomy of the shoulder, arm, forearm, and hand.
  • Become familiar with injuries/dysfunctions such as carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, and rotator cuff tendinitis.
  • Discover common muscular imbalances related to the upper extremity.
  • Learn how to work adjunct with medical professionals to create individualized therapeutic private yoga sessions.
  • Participate in a case study involving an upper extremity injury or dysfunction.

Lower Extremity

  • Learn the muscular and skeletal anatomy of the hip, knee, ankle, and foot.
  • Become familiar with injuries/dysfunctions such as IT band syndrome, ACL tear, and plantar fasciitis.
  • Discover common muscular imbalances related to the lower extremity.
  • Learn how to work adjunct with medical professionals to create individualized therapeutic private yoga sessions.
  • Participate in a case study involving a lower extremity injury or dysfunction.

Spine

  • Learn the muscular and skeletal anatomy of the torso, abdomen, neck, and spine.
  • Become familiar with injuries/dysfunctions such as disc herniation, scoliosis, and stenosis.
  • Discover common muscular imbalances related to the spine.
  • Learn how to work adjunct with medical professionals to create individualized therapeutic private yoga sessions.
  • Participate in a case study involving a spinal injury or dysfunction

Refresh

  • Refine how to sequence and structure a yoga class or series.
  • Learn how to change things up and stay interested in what you’re offering your students.
  • Discover effective ways of cuing and communicating with your students.
  • Learn how to apply hands-on assists and adjustments safely.
  • Practice teaching Vinyasa flow classes and receive valuable feedback from both your instructor and peers.
  • Delve deep into the philosophy contained within the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
  • Discuss the 8-Limb Path and learn how to apply these principles into your everyday life.

Discover

  • Learn the anatomy and physiology of the following systems and how they relate to our yoga practice.
    • Integumentary, Skeletal, Muscular, Digestive, Urinary, Cardiovascular, & Lymphatic.
  • Learn Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation (Resistant Stretching) and how to apply it into a yoga class.
  • Enjoy a Primal Movement workshop led by Sean Hodgkiss
  • Enjoy an Acro Yoga workshop led by Sean Hodgkiss
  • Study Hindu deity mythology.
  • Discuss “A Search in Secret India” by Paul Brunton

Restore

  • Learn how to teach restorative yoga. (Postures, Props, & Sequencing)
  • Study pranayama, meditation, visualization, and mantra techniques to accompany a restorative practice.
  • Become familiar with the physiology of the nervous system and its relationship with restorative yoga.
  • Teach a restorative yoga class and receive valuable feedback from your peers.

Advance

  • Advance your asana practice consciously while building strength and flexibility.
  • Learn how your unique anatomical design may affect your asana practice.
  • Enjoy advanced asana workshops.
  • Practice and learn to teach Yoga Conditioning classes.
  • Learn how to sequence asana classes intelligently for optimal results.

Teach

  • Learn to teach effective workshops.
  • Learn to lead effective private lessons.
  • Practice teaching a workshop and receive valuable feedback from your instructor and peers.
  • Practice teaching a private lesson and receive valuable feedback from your instructor and peers.
  • Learn how to promote and market yourself.
  • Delve deep into the philosophy contained within the Bhagavad Gita

UPCOMING MODULES

*** Please note that the modules can be taken in any order.

Module Refresh

Weekends:
September 14th & 15th, 2019
October 12th & 13th ,2019
November 9th & 10th, 2019

Hours: 7:00am – 5:00pm
Where: The Hot Yoga Spot – Albany, NY
Tuition: $765.00

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Module 2

Weekends:
TBA

Hours: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Where: The Hot Yoga Spot – Albany, NY
Tuition: $765.00

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Module 3

Weekends:
TBA

Hours: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Where: The Hot Yoga Spot – Albany, NY
Tuition: $765.00

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Module 4

Weekends:
TBA

Hours: 8:00am – 6:00pm
Where: The Hot Yoga Spot – Albany, NY
Tuition: $765.00

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