WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY ABOUT OUR 200HR PROGRAM
The 200 hour YTT was amazing. I joined for personal interest, and I am so glad I did, because I learned so much about myself and my body. Duncan has a real talent in teaching philosophy and anatomy – keeping it practical and fun. I’d highly recommend the program!
JENNIFER P - CANADA
I graduated from the 200hr program in 2015, I’ve since gone on to teach at several yoga studios. Duncan’s 200hr program prepared me really well for teaching at a studio – I am so grateful for all the practice teaching we did and the supportive feedback.
MELISSA S - CANADA
This is such a well rounded yoga teacher training program- you cover so many different aspects of yoga and teaching. Duncan is such a fun teacher – which really helps keep you engaged. I would do the program all over again.
MITCH N - CANADA
ONLINE 200 HOUR TRAINING FAQ
ARE THERE ANY PRE-REQUISITES?
IS THIS COURSE ACCREDITED?
WHAT ARE THE ZOOM CALL TIMES?
CAN I GO AT MY OWN PACE?
WHAT IS THE TIME COMMITTMENT?
HOW LONG CAN I ACCESS THE CONTENT FOR?
IS THERE AN EXAM?
WHAT IF I DON’T WANT TO BECOME A TEACHER?
IS THE CONTENT PRE-RECORDED OR LIVE?
WHAT BOOKS WILL I NEED TO BUY?
40 HOUR IMMERSION - DEEPEN YOUR PRACTICE
ONLINE WITH DUNCAN
The 40 Hour Immersion is a one month self-guided online training, for students and teachers looking to immerse themselves in their yoga practice. This immersion is for people who want to: progress in their asana practice, apply yoga philosophy to their life, learn about HOV's alignment principles and their application to your anatomy, and harness the power of the mind and body through pranayama and meditation.
300 HOUR ADVANCED YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
IN PERSON WITH DUNCAN + FACULTY
The 300HR Advanced Vinyāsa Yoga Teacher Training is for yoga teachers who have completed a 200HR training program and are ready to take their practice and teaching skills to the next level. This is an alignment-based vinyāsa training where we will spend our time paying equal attention to structure and flow, zooming in to notice detail and zooming out to see the big picture...
We acknowledge and respect the Arakwal People of the Bundjalung Nation; who are the traditional custodians of the land where we film + practice.