The Hive Yoga Teacher Training
Now Enrolling for 2021
If you are interested in deepening your own practice and relationship with yoga, in a unique and personal setting, or you aspire to share your love of yoga with others, and please consider joining The Hive’s 200-hour Yoga Alliance-approved Teacher Training.
personal invitation to training
Training will cover:
Teaching vinyasa, assists and modifications
Basic yoga philosophy and history
Introductions to various styles of yoga, the chakras, ayurvedic medicine and more
Ethics and business of Yoga
"Teacher training has allowed me to not only deepen my own yoga practice but to share this practice with others. I am now able to fully immerse myself in the yoga philosophy throughout my day to day life."
Led by Elizabeth Sanders
Elizabeth Sanders, E-RYT 500, has been practicing yoga for nearly two decades. She has been teaching yoga for more than 12 years, and has spent time mentoring and partnering with many new and up-and-coming yoga teachers.
She is passionate about yoga and yoga helping people to live their best life. Whether it be physical asana helping to keep your body healthy, or the philosophy of yoga helping to find peace and balance in a hectic world, Elizabeth has found yoga to be an essential part of her life and she loves sharing it with others. She is especially drawn to helping others find their passion in yoga – from teaching in studios to volunteering in the community, Elizabeth loves helping people find their path in yoga.
When she is not practicing or working as a massage therapist, you can find her reading and writing, running long distances, hiking and backpacking, eating all the chips and green salsa, walking her red lab, going to concerts with her boyfriend, or spending time with her many nieces (oh, and her sisters too!).
Cost of the program is $2,500 before November 1st and $2,750 after. Registration is available through December 31st.
Learn more or apply by contacting Elizabeth Directly –
Classes are planned to be in-person with Zoom supplemental meetings if necessary, as determined by industry and government standards.
First meeting scheduled in January, email for tentative future dates. Meetings planned for Monday evenings and over 9 weekends between January and August, potential conflicts will be discussed as a group.