Jason Crandell's 500-HR Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training

Feb 19 - Mar 3, 2018, May 14-26, 2018, July 9-21, 2018



Advance your practice. Find your purpose. Share your voice.

Feb 19 - Mar 3, 2018 [Module 1]
Creating Space and Freedom: Hips + Legs

May 14-26, 2018 [Module 2]
Building Integrity and Stability: Core + Spine

July 9-21, 2018 [Module 3]
Cultivating Strength and Movement: Shoulders, Neck, + Upper-Back

$4,500 for all 3 Modules ($4,250 if registered and paid before Nov. 19, 2017).

$1,650 per Module a la carte.

Take your practice and teaching to the next level! Join Jason in San Francisco in 2018 for this unique intermediate and advanced level training program.

The specialized program is offered in three 2-week increments for a total of 300 hours. Each 2-week module will provide you with a full immersion in practice and study. The space between the modules will allow you to return to your daily life and integrate the new information, experience, and inspiration. You will have homework assignments and monthly video chats with Jason between the modules to help stay inspired and engaged.

**If you want to deepen your education but are unable to register for the entire course, you may participate in individual modules.

All hours count toward becoming a 500-Hour Registered Yoga Alliance teacher.

Program Overview

This program will provide you with an integrative, expert-level education in vinyasa yoga technique, anatomy, teaching methodology, and comparative philosophy. It provides the highest caliber yoga education by giving you the tools to teach skillfully, think critically, and uncover a teaching path that is true to you. It’s designed for students of every lineage who want more depth, skill, and inspiration in their practice and teaching.

Jason’s teaching has been recognized by the most prestigious national and international yoga conferences and publications for more than a decade. The anatomy components of this program were co-created by Jason Crandell and Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Dr. Paul Roache.