discover your true Self
We each take our own path to realize our Self. If you feel yoga teacher training is your calling then we can help you reach your goal.
we are accessible, collective and inclusive
Evolation yoga teacher training takes place at various times throughout the year. We offer hot yoga teacher training and flow yoga teacher training 250hr (RYT – Yoga Alliance) certfications. Qualified teachers can join us for our beyond 26+2 next step certification. There are also special dates throughout the year for meditation and kids’ yoga teaching courses. You can choose the program that works for you. Whether you want to teach, open an evolation studio and explore the business side of yoga, or gain a deeper experience teaching meditation.
Our trainings are typically delivered in an intensive 4-week deep immersion program. For all its value this approach may present an obstacle for prospective teachers. Life circumstance and commitments often preclude a student from pursuing the path of the teacher. We understand this and therefore offer our training as an extended, (up to) 6 month program as well as in one or two week modules. This way you will be able to complete your certification by attending trainings in different places and at different times on a schedule that suits you.
I am a certified yoga instructor!!! This has been one of the most incredible journeys of my life and I thank everyone who has been a part of it in any way. It's a dream come true!!– Kahley Cuff, Santa Barbara 2013
I left the Evolation Training confident in my teaching. I learned so much, not only about the 90 minute hot yoga class, and what words you have to say, but also anatomy, philosophy, meditation, and the most I learned about was myself – Hadley Carr, Costa Rica 2014
I was very impressed with Evolation Hot Yoga as the class size was small and intimate. The Teachers were very much hands on and stayed true to the teachings of yoga. Not just asana's, pranayama and anatomy but stayed true to the teachings of yoga with spirituality of the Yoga Sutra's and the Bhagavad Gita.– Dick Winn, Santa Barbara 2013