Fusion Flow Yoga Teacher Training


20 hours - Anatomy & Physiology
36 hours - Teaching Methodology
32 hours - Philosophy, Ethics, Lifestyle & Ayurveda
82 hours - Techniques (Asana practice, Pranayama, Meditation, Chanting & Mantras.
10 hours - Practicum (Teaching & Assisting)
Total 180 Contact hours

Weekend Format

Saturday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday 9:00am - 5:00pm

List of required Texts

Yoga anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff
Light on Yoga by B.K.S, Iyengar

Class Schedule

The 200 hour Fusion Flow Teacher Training program commences Saturday, September 8th, 2018

12 Weekends (maybe subject to revision)

 Sep 08 & Sep 09, Sep 22 & 23, Oct 13 & Oct 14, Oct 27 & Oct 28, Nov 10 & Nov 11, Nov 24 & Nov 25, Dec 08 &  Dec 09,  Jan 05 & Jan 06, Jan 19 & Jan 20, Feb 02 & Feb 03, Feb 16 & Feb 17, Mar 02 & Mar 03.                                                                                                                                     


To apply for the Teacher Training program please download the application form along with a $150.- non-refundable deposit.

Download FusionFlow YTT application

$2975.00 incl. HST

Payment plan is available, please contact Natasja Payne (Program Director) at 519.653.0090

Faculty Teacher Training Program

 Natasja Payne, 200 E-RYT, 200 hours Ayurveda Foundations                                                                          Kayti O’Connor, 500 E-RYT                                                                                                                                Jeff Kittmer, 200 E-RYT  

200 Hour Fusion Flow Yoga Teacher Training Outline

Philosophy of Yoga, Yoga History, Ethics, Yoga Lifestye & Ayurveda

  • What is Yoga the Tree of Yoga & the Foundations of Yoga philosophy, ancient texts; Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads & the Hatha Yoga Pradipika
  • Overview of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras
  • Yamas & Niyamas
  • Origins of Yoga and how we can apply these ancient teachings into our Modern everyday living
  • Ayurveda and how it relates to Yoga, Yoga Living and Yoga Teaching.

Physiology of Yoga, Anatomy, subtle & energetic Anatomy and applications of Ayurveda.

  • In depth analysis of 108 Asanas,its benefits to the physical, mental and esoteric body.
  • Contraindications of 108 Asanas and learn how to modify asanas.
  • The 5 elements (Tatwas), the Prana Vayus and Pranayama.
  • Understanding of the Pranic energy lines within the body known as Nadis, Marma points, the 7 energy centres (Chakras),the use of energy locks (Bandhas) and sacred gestures (Mudras).
  • Pranayama & principles of Vinyasa to link Breath with Movement.
  • The science of Ayurveda and how it relates to Yoga.

Teaching Methodology

  • Deep understanding in how to sequence a Hatha and Flow (Vinyasa)Yoga class.
  • What is Vinyasa & learn how to create Vinyasas within a Vinyasa with the use of Rhythmic Vinyasa, Body Vinyasa & Pulsations (from the PranaFlow Shiva Rea Methodology)
  • Learn Classical Namaskars and 10 variations of the Classical Namaskars
  • Learn how to teach Restorative & Gentle Yoga classes with the use of props such as Bolsters, Blankets, Chairs, Blocks, Straps & the Wall.
  • How to teach HOT Yoga safely.

Teaching Techniques

  • Develop class planning techniques to create a well thought out & body intelligent sequence
  • Hands-on-Assist, creating energetic alignment experiences for students.
  • Deep understanding of Krama Vinyasa, which will give you the tools to teach to all levels within a class.
  • Group dynamic versus Individual instruction.
  • Sanskrit, chanting, mantras, meditation and pranayama techniques.
  • Develop strong and clear communication skills, by the use of eye contact, use of “feeling cues”, voice intonation & tone.
  • Learn to select the “right” music for your planned out Yoga class.


  • Commit to a daily self practice and log your experiences in a diary.
  • 30 day Sadhana immersion. Choose one of the 6 Sadhanas:
    1. Bhakti Sadhana
    2. Vira Sadhana
    3. Shakti Sadhana
    4. Hatha Sadanha
    5. Shanti Sadanha
    6. Creative/ expressive Sadhana
  • Practice teaching to deepen and further your own yoga practice by teaching Karma classes or volunteering time in other teachers classes.
  • Help in classes by giving students hands-on-assists.