Our 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training begins 2020!

Some of Our 200hr YTT Graduates

Some of Our 200hr YTT Graduates


Chattanooga Yoga School’s lead trainers have decades of advanced specialty studies and teaching as well as continued lifelong personal practice and study that will add to the dimension of your experience.  

Madia, Director and Co-Founder of CYS has immersed herself in this study and especially into the intimate way that fully inhabiting our body-mind-system informs the depth and evolution of ones yoga practice. Please take a few classes from Madia and/or schedule a session to see if your research and intuition guide you on THIS path with Chattanooga Yoga School.

 Our programs are a gateway to personal transformation designed to significantly deepen practice, understanding and experience in yoga. Join us for a profound inner journey — carefully sculpted through honesty and love in an atmosphere of community and support.

Have you built a strong Foundation in Your Yoga Practice and Your Teaching? Are you ready to dive into the next level of your understanding and experience with Yoga?  Welcome to Chattanooga Yoga School’s 300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Program. We are honored to support and mentor you on a somatic and embodied psychology based yoga journey that brings greater meaning, understanding and embodiment to not only your practice and your teaching, but also to your way of life. Our training is well-rounded with an emphasis on deepening personal embodiment as the basis for developing wisdom and power as a teacher. 

OUR PROGRAM HAS A STRONG EMPHASIS ON:

Yoga Psychology ~
Sacred Anatomy ~ The Depths of the Chakra System
Ayurveda
Embodied Anatomy and Physiology

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Yoga Lab

You only know what you experience to be True

Embodied Philosophy ~ The study of Physiology
Somatic Movement Education
Mindfulness ~ Meditation
Trauma Informed Yoga ~ Restorative Yoga
Working with Private Clients ~
Yin Yoga ~ Integrating Yoga

“Three mantras you should never say: (1) I don’t know. (2) I’m not ready. (3) I can’t do it.”
Yoga Bhajan
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