teacher trainings


200-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training

Teach what you love, live what you teach.

The Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training will teach you the fundamentals of yoga asana, philosophy, anatomy, physiology, and psychology. You will learn the benefits and function of asana, meditation, mantra, and pranayama in order to teach others effectively. In these 20 days of deep immersion with an exceptional team of teachers and peers, you will explore techniques, discuss and learn yoga philosophy and practice teaching. In a supportive environment, you will be encouraged to develop your own teaching style, find your voice and come to understand what the practice of yoga means to you. A teacher not only attracts students through knowledge, but also as an apparent, almost visible, expression of yoga.

Heidi Grace Dietrich, 500 E-YRT of www.dharmagraceyoga.com

Heidi Michelle, 200 E-YRT of www.DragonFLYoga.com

Starts FALL 2018

Two 10 day sessions:

October 12-21, 2018 & May 3-11, 2019

Three weekends:

December 7-9, 2018

January 18-20, 2019

April 19-21, 2019


Carol has been dedicated to the practice and study of Ashtanga Yoga for many years, learning from founding teachers, including Sri K Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois, and she recently returned to Reno from India, where she studied with Saraswathi Jois. She continues to study extensively with her teacher Tim Miller at Ashtanga Yoga Center, Encinitas and has completed in depth trainings with Tim in each of the Primary, Intermediate, and Advanced Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Carol leads the Ashtanga program here at MCY, teaching Mysore Classes weekday mornings, and led classes during the week.


"In the Mysore room I get to teach practitioners individually. I work one on one with each person and systematically teach the postures of ashtanga slowly, methodically, and independently. Each person learns at their own pace and advances when their bodies and their minds are ready for the next step. Slow growth is good growth. That's what my teacher says, and that is what his teacher told him. I am honored to hold the lineage." ~ Carol