300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga at Simply Well partners with Pranakriya's School of Yoga Healing Arts to offer an exceptional Yoga Teacher Training. The program consists of 300+ hours of coursework and practicum, exceeding the Yoga Alliance standards. Completion of this program will earn you your RYT-300 designation from the Yoga Alliance.  Within this program you will complete:
  • 200+ hours of required core curriculum
  • 80+ hours of specialized electives
There is no application procedure nor registration fees to start our 300-hour program, and students do not need to take the courses in any specific order. After completing an approved 200-hour yoga teacher training, you may take the required courses as we rotate through them at any of our host studios. After finishing each course you will receive a letter of completion. When you have completed your coursework you may register with us as a Pranakriya Professional Level Yoga Teacher.

There is a $50 registration fee to review your letters and issue your certificate. With this certificate you may register with the Yoga Alliance as a 300-hour graduate of a Registered Yoga School. We encourage teachers to participate in our training courses in a way that suits each one’s interest, time and financial well-being.  Due to the nature of the advanced courses, we recommend students take three to four programs per year; completing certification in 3-4 years. We believe this allows for the greatest integration of the program material, opportunity to deepen your own practice, put the learning into your teaching and have time for reflection/questions before your next course.

Program Requirements

This program is intended for students that have already completed a 200-hour basic yoga teacher training with Pranakriya or any other certified yoga school. However anyone who is interested may attend.

Upcoming Courses

The Universe Inside the Body of the Yogi: A Journey into the Chakras, Granthis and Nadis with Yoganand Michael Carroll

January 11 - 13, 2019

Ancient texts of Hatha Yoga state that inside the body of the yogi are mountains, valleys, oceans, and rivers; the moon and stars move in that inner space.  When practice took ancient seekers deep inside, they encountered an amazing world beyond rational thought. They used symbols to map this inner journey and, over time, those symbols became the esoteric Chakras, Granthis, and Nadis of medieval Hatha Yoga.  Come and see what you find when you shine the light of Kriya, Asana, Pranayama, Bandha, and Mudra into your inner world and look closely through the eyes of meditation. Come and practice as the ancient yogis did, using Hatha Yoga rituals to remove the obstacles to inner experience. Earn 20 CE hours for Yoga Alliance.


Friday 6:00 - 9:30 pm

Saturday & Sunday 9:30 am - 6:30 pm


Total Cost: $475


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Holding Space the Anatomy of Touch
May 3 - 5, 2019

Healthy and effective touch has the power to encourage insight at all levels of experience and to cultivate deep presence. As yoga teachers and therapists, we use touch to communicate with our clients/students, inviting them to feel into the present moment and all that it offers physically, emotionally, and energetically. Holding space comes from an understanding of both the physical and energetic qualities of touch, as well as the powerful experiences that can result from our connection with one another. As we become more fluent holding space for our own experiences, we gain skills and confidence to hold space for others.


This 20-hour experiential course invites you to develop your existing skills for self-observation, partner dialogue and healthy touch. To practice the art of holding space, we will explore a variety of practices, including basic Thai Yoga Therapy, which can teach us how to respectfully and safely move and touch another person’s body, while sharing dialogue to communicate levels of pressure, intensity, boundary, and satisfaction!  Earn 20 CE hours for Yoga Alliance.

The times on Saturday and Sunday, may be adjusted as needed.

Program Times: Friday 6:00 - 9:30 pm, Saturday - Sunday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Total Cost: $475 after April 3

Earlybird 1: $350 by 8 weeks out by March 3, 2019

Earlybird 2: $425 by 4 weeks out by April 3, 2019


Thai Yoga Basics with William Hufschmidt
November 1 - 5, 2019

This foundational course teaches the basic principles of Thai Yoga (Nuad Boran), a healing and spiritual practice from Thailand that many have nick-named “Lazy-human's Yoga.” Each participant will learn a basic Thai sequence that should take 90-minutes when skills are proficient.The sequence will include Sen Line techniques, soft tissue compression, and joint mobilization while supine, prone, seated, kneeling, and side-position. The program also includes instruction on safely moving another person’s body around and how to use props to support and stabilize your receivers.


Each day, participants will trade sessions with other participants to build confidence working with a variety of bodies, as well as give themselves a self-massage to further develop sensitivity for touch that is effective, attuned and adaptable. We will also review anatomy and good body mechanics as the course unfolds.


This program is a deep immersion into healthy, sacred touch, and offers practitioners a rich, first step towards offering Thai massage professionally.

Please note: These credit hours MAY NOT be used toward the 300-hour yoga teacher certification


The times on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, may be adjusted as needed.

Dates: November 1 - 5, 2019
Program Times: Friday 6:00 - 9:30 pm, Saturday - Tuesday 8:30 am - 6:30 pm

Total Cost: $675 after October 1

Earlybird 1: $525 by 8 weeks out by September 1, 2019

Earlybird 2: $600 by 4 weeks out by October 1, 2019

These credit hours MAY NOT be used toward the 300-hour yoga teacher certification

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