HYM Beyond Asana Teacher Training in Hampton Roads VA

It has been said that if you practice yoga steadily for 6 months, you will either move on or have your life changed forever.

Hot Yoga and Massage Studio is now accepting applications for the HYM Hot Yoga Methods 200 Hour Teacher Training. The Hot Yoga Method is a practice focused on in-depth body alignment to prevent injury and to achieve optimum results in one's own personal practice. As a student at HYM, you will immerse yourself in the study and philosophy of Yoga, learn teaching techniques, and deepen your personal practice. Our combination of classroom lecturing, philosophical reading and review along with asana practice and practical teaching in a yoga room setting will prepare you to explore and teach your passion.

We are a MYCAA approved school

This program offers an extraordinary opportunity to immerse yourself in yoga and a yogic lifestyle through studies including:

  • Teaching Technique & Methodology with Practical Experience
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Philosophy of Yoga & Lineage
  • Ethics
  • Voice Training
  • Yoga Lifestyle
  • Meditation & Pranayama

Training Dates & Times

Jan 13
Jan 27
Feb 10
Feb 24
March 9
March 23
April 6
April 20

Fri 6pm–8pm
Sat 8am–6pm
Sun 8am–6pm

Cost $2500 which includes unlimited yoga during the training

  • A 23% discount if paid in full by January 2nd
  • Payment plans are available
  • A $500 deposit (non-refundable) is required to secure your spot
  • Full amount must be paid before training starts.

Required reading

  • Bhagavad Gita: The Beloved Lord's Secret Love Song by Graham Schweig
  • The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali by Sri Swami Satchitananda
  • Anatomy of the Spirit: The Seven Stages of Power and Healing by Caroline Myss
  • Functional Anatomy of Yoga: A Guide for Practitioners and Teachers by David Keil

What makes our training different?

"By focusing so intensely on my practice for three months, the teacher training brought my physical practice to a different level; helping to focus on alignment, increase stamina and efficiency, and move with the breath. This base that I've developed has continued to carry over allowing me to get more from my current classes. Also, teacher training allowed me to deepen my practice by developing its nonphysical aspects, the ability to focus and move through my practice in a meditative state, and to take those abilities out of the studio and into the world. I now find myself using techniques such as focusing on an intention, clearing the mind, and deep breathing throughout the day. The training also introduced me to the history and philosophy of yoga which provided structure and depth to many ideas alluded to in various classes, websites, and blogs. In these ways, as a result of my teacher training, yoga has become less a workout routine and more a way of life."

Jeff T., recent 200 RYT graduate