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WEEKEND 1: SEPTEMBER 20-22,  2019
WEEKEND 2: OCTOBER 18-20, 2019
WEEKEND 3: NOVEMBER 8-10, 2019
WEEKEND 5: JANUARY 10-12, 2020
WEEKEND 7: MARCH 13-15, 2020
WEEKEND 8: APRIL 03-05, 2020
WEEKEND 9: MAY 1-3, 2020

Fri.: 6-10PM/Sat: 10-6PM/Sun: 10-6PM

Location: The Yoga Room
2026 Murray Hill Road Room 210
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

Frequency: Once a month for 9 months

Cost of Attendance: $3400 – Payment plans are available

Pre-Reading for all you eager students:

1. Jivamukti Yoga Book. Read as much as you want at least chapters 1 & 2. Read Jivamukti
Yoga Book Introduction up to page 38.
2. Anusara teacher training manual. Read page 20-21 Anusara Yoga, Section 2, The Science
and Technique of Anusara Yoga. Chapter 3 Pages 25-38. Read the beginning of the manual
too if you are feeling it! Chapter 4 Universal Principles of Alignment 39-49, chapter 7
page 61-68.
3. Jivamukti Yoga: Chapter 6 Prana Freeing the Life Force, Bandhas, Pranayama, Kundalini.
4. Read Intro to Light on Yoga.

Absentee Policy:

To get the most out of your Teacher Training Program, it is imperative that you attend 100% of the training.

If you miss a few hours of the program you can review the few hours missed with a fellow TT or schedule a private lesson with Marni.  If you miss 1-2 days: You may still complete the program with your class, provided that you schedule either a private session (or group session) with Marni (1 hour private session equals 2 hours missed TT) or you can take a comparable workshop with other teachers.

In this course of study and practice you will learn:

  • Asana alignment and the therapeutic health benefits of yoga
  • To practice & teach meditation
  • To practice & teach pranayama
  • Anatomy and physiology in a language suitable for teaching
  • Safe and effective verbal and hands-on postural adjustments
  • Yoga philosophy, History of Yoga, Jivamukti Philosophy/Anusara Philosophy
  • The Universal Principles of Alignment in the Anusara Tradition
  • The tenets of Jivamukti Yoga, Vinyasa
  • Choosing a theme & how to weave it through a class
  • Basics of Sanskrit & Sanskrit names of Asanas
  • Energy anatomy: chakras, koshas, nadis, bandhas & more
  • Create a satsang that supports your life and practice
  • Teaching methodology, including relationship with yoga students
  • Planning a yoga class, sequencing of poses, teacher demos
  • Cultivate a trust and confidence in your SELF
  • Develop deep, intimate connections with your fellow TT’s


Some yoga experience and a basic knowledge of yoga is required. What is most required is a deep commitment to one self, a desire to learn and what’s most important is an open heart to make the first giant leap onto the path of being a yoga teacher.