200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training
“The instructors went above and beyond to craft a beautifully well-rounded yoga teacher training. From asana and anatomy, to sutras and sanskrit, I feel that I’ve learned not only how to sequence a safe and physically fulfilling class for my future students, but also a great deal about yoga philosophy and tradition so that I might offer others something that far exceeds 'mindful exercise.'” - Sattva School 200-hour YTT graduate
This community-oriented, Yoga Alliance-certified training draws upon the traditions of bhakti, yoga therapy, ayurveda, and the Yoga Sutras of Patañjali to provide diverse perspectives and experiences that will strengthen your personal practice and prepare you to share yoga with ALL Beings!
Led by Kelly Watson (ERYT-500) and Meghan Leigh (LMT, ERYT-500), this training will deepen your understanding of asana, pranayama, mantra, mudra, anatomy & physiology, yoga philosophy, sequencing, and the business of yoga. The five elements (Earth, Water, Fire, Air, and Space) will provide a helpful lens through which we will explore the interconnectedness of these topics. All students will design, lead, and receive feedback on a full-length yoga class.
Winter/Spring 2019 Schedule
Jan 25th - May 25th 2019
FRIDAYS: 5:30PM - 8:30 PM
SaturdayS: 12:30PM - 6:30 PM
Classes are held every weekend except one weekend in March.
Early bird price: $2,600 (Non-refundable Deposit Due By Jan 4th)
Regular price: $2,800
Price includes Unlimited yoga at Sattva during training plus 10% discount on workshops and events.
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“The teachers created a super comfortable, nurturing environment to learn. Each teacher complemented each other. So happy we got to teach full classes! Great community feeling. Made great friends!” - Sattva School 200-hour YTT graduate
Kelly Watson, ERYT-500
Kelly is the owner and founder of Sattva Yoga Seminole Heights. She completed her 230 hour yoga teacher certification through Asheville Yoga Center and her 500 hour advanced certification through Laughing Lotus Yoga Center in New York City. She also has a background in dance, a degree in Fitness and Wellness from the University of Florida, and a love of Ayurveda. Kelly is slowly and steadily studying her way through the Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali, sutra by sutra, with the guidance of Tony Nenov and A. G. Mohan.
Meghan Hornstrom, LMT, ERYT-500
Meghan is an educator, yogi, herbalist, and craftswoman working to empower people and communities to create their own health and happiness. She began practicing yoga and breathwork in her teens as a way to manage stress and cultivate self love. For the past eight years she has studied a wide array of healing traditions from kundalini to alchemy. She has completed more than 600 hours of yoga teacher training, specializing in integrative yoga therapy, as well as teaching teenagers and pregnant women. Meghan is passionate about the profound power of combining movement, breath, and awareness and is committed to making yoga accessible to all.
Cameron White, RYT-200
Cameron began practicing yoga to improve his posture, strengthen his body, and expand his spirituality. He completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training at Sattva Yoga in Seminole Heights. His classes combine alignment-based cues, creative sequencing, and opportunities for contemplative reflection. Modifications are offered to ensure that each student grows through a balance of effort and ease.
Carey Lewis, ERYT-200
Carey graduated from Asheville Yoga Center’s 230-hour Yoga Teacher Training program in 2013 and has been dedicated to sharing her practice ever since. She instructs to all levels with a style that blends intuitive Vinyasa flow and attention to detail, seeking to inspire through meditation, pranayama, yoga philosophy and world beats. She encourages her students to leave ego at the door, step on the mat with a beginner’s mind, and to follow their inner cue in order to cultivate an authentic practice.
John Columbo, LMT
John began walking the path of yoga over 10 years ago. With a background in martial arts he was well aware of the beauty and complex simplicity of Eastern philosophy. His initial foray into the asana practice was through Ashtanga. Practicing at home first , before he ever entered a yoga studio, he knew this was his path to walk. As well as being a yoga teacher, John has a background in healthcare and is a licensed massage therapist.
Annie Okerlin, C-IAYT
Annie Okerlin founded and directs the Exalted Warrior Foundation, a yoga program designed for wounded veterans, their families, and therapists intimately involved with their care and rehabilitation. Annie founded Yogani in Tampa and was the owner of this successful yoga studio for over 18 years. She continues to share yoga and meditation with the military community of Tampa by teaching classes at the VA hospital, local studios, in retreat settings, and as part of Team Red White and Blue programs.