300-HR Advanced Teacher Training Modules
Required Curriculum, 300 Hours
Thank you for contemplating MokSana's 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training Program. We welcome new and active teachers who have completed any 200-hour program recognized by the Yoga Alliance to continue your journey on your teaching path with us.
Our 300hr Advanced TTP aims to guide current teachers to:
refine teaching skills in a variety of styles and approaches including Yogahour™, Vinyasa, Yin, Yoga Nidra, Restorative, Trauma-Informed, and Prenatal
explore and define one's purpose on the teaching path
deepen knowledge of anatomy, functional movement, energetics, philosophy, history, ethics, and business
contend with past, current and future challenges in the vast realm of yoga
inspire the endless journey towards becoming A Transcendent Teacher.
Our flexible program consists of 150 hours of Core Modules plus 150 hours of Elective Modules. All of our modules can be taken in any order, though our Core Modules are inspired by upward rising of the Chakras. Students can work at their own pace to complete the program within 4 years.
We are currently finalizing the details of the Elective Modules, including the master schedule for the 2019-2020 season. See below for the first modules to be offered this fall.
Upcoming Elective Curriculum, 150 Hours
The following is a snapshot of just a few of the Elective Teacher Training Modules you will be able to select from. The full program, including course descriptions and upcoming session dates, will be released by August 2019. Please note that Elective Curriculum Modules are categorized into these distinct fields of study:
Techniques, Training & Practice | 40-hr Modules
Techniques, Training & Practice | 20-hr Modules
Teaching Methodology | 20-hr Modules
Anatomy & Physiology | 20-hr Modules
Philosophy, Lifestyle & Ethics | 20-hr Modules
In order to complete the 300hr Advanced Teacher Training Program, you must choose at least ONE module from each category above.
The following modules' upcoming dates have been confirmed as of July 1st, 2019, while the remaining modules will be confirmed in August 2019: