Advancing Beyond Basic Integral Yoga Teachers Training

Are you thinking of pursuing specialized teacher training or continuing your professional development? 

Would you like to get your RYT 500 with flexible options and expert guidance?

Integral Yoga offers a special program that lets you decide how, what, when, and where you want to train. This unique 300-hour Teacher Training Program offers options tailored to your interests and needs so you can get your RYT 500 as easefully as possible!

This program is open to graduates of Basic Yoga Teacher Training (TT) and provides individual, customized options for completing the additional 300 hours of teacher training required to apply for Yoga Alliance certification at the 500-hour level


Integral Yoga is a pioneer of healing modalities in the west, and we offer programs that address special populations and common health challenges.  Students can specialize in teaching yoga to specific populations by choosing from our listing of TTs and Therapeutic Yoga programs in the semi-annual Yogaville Program Guide. It is required that your 300 hours of study include Intermediate, Meditation or Raja Yoga TT.

Teachers who have completed RYT 200 level trainings from other traditions may also apply to take our 300-hour Certification course. For more information contact Satya Greenstone: [email protected]



434.969.3121, ext. 177.


Ready to get started?

  1. Complete and sign the form below
  2. Mail a photocopy or scan of all diplomas from trainings taken outside of Yogaville to: [email protected] IYTA 108 Yogaville Way, Buckingham, VA 23921

300-Hour Teacher Training Program Registration Form

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  • If you have completed your RYT 200 level training from a tradition other than Integral Yoga, please contact Satya Greenstone via email at [email protected]

  • Please provide a summary of your goals and aspirations for your continued training and practice of Integral Yoga, including any demographic groups and/or health conditions of interest.

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