Are You a Yoga Teacher?

Elevate Your Teaching & Advance Your Practice! Apply Now!

Are you ready to take your teaching to the next level?
Are you ready to advance your yoga practice?
Are you ready to elevate your awesomeness?

If so… then you’ll LOVE the Yoga Lab 500-Hour Teacher Training Program. This comprehensive training is co-taught by the five co-founders of Yoga Lab at their studio in State College, Pennsylvania.

Yoga Lab is a Yoga Alliance Registered 200, 300, & 500 Hour Yoga School. All graduates from a RYT200 program are welcome to apply to the Yoga Lab 500-hour program. Teachers who already hold a RYT200 certification will become eligible for the RYT500 certification with Yoga Alliance by completing 300 hours of training through this advanced program. If you are not yet a RYT200 and would like to complete both the Yoga Lab 200-Hour training and 500-Hour training, please apply to both programs.

BONUS!!!  Free unlimited classes at Yoga Lab throughout your training!
Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

500 Hour Teacher Training


Curriculum Includes:

Explore advanced postures in your practice and learn to properly teach inversions, arm balances, backbends, and more. Learn drills, proper alignment, modifications, and the art of adjustments.

Advance your understanding of the musculoskeletal system and functional movement to construct smart sequences that strengthen the body and mind.

Learn more about proper alignment, assessment of muscular imbalances, and prevention of yoga injuries. Develop and teach a life-long sustainable practice.

In depth study of the Bhagavad Gita, Yoga Sutras, Upanishads, the evolution of yoga and how to integrate yoga philosophy into your life on and off the mat.

Study Sanskrit and learn the fundamentals of chanting in several different styles from Indian/Sanskrit traditions, including Mantra Meditation, Vedic Chanting, Chanting Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and Kirtan.

Dive deeper into yoga breathing practices, bandhas, seated and movement meditation, and cultivating present-moment awareness.

Become a rock star yoga teacher! Get the edge, stand out with confidence, empower your students, and really know your stuff when teaching yoga.

 Meet the Teachers


The Yoga Lab 500 Hour Teacher Training is co-taught by the 5 co-founders of Yoga Lab.  Each teacher has unique strengths and brings multiple perspectives!

Teacher Training FAQs

Check out some of the frequently asked questions below

Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

Locally!  The training is held in the Yoga Lab Studio in downtown State College, PA.

Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

Stay tuned for offerings in 2020!

Deposit must be paid by check. We accept checks and credit cards (Mastercard and Visa) for remaining payments. There is a 5% service fee for payments made with credit card. Details of where to send checks will be emailed to you upon acceptance into the program.

By submitting a deposit, you are agreeing to attend the full training.  No credit or refund is available if the participant does not show up, or leaves early for any reason.

In order to graduate from the program and receive your certificate of completion, all training hours must be fulfilled and you must demonstrate competency in required areas. Program must also be paid for in full before graduation. Payment does not guarantee graduation from the program.

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“One of the basic reasons many people take up yoga is to change something about themselves: to be able to think more clearly, to feel better, and to be able to act better today than they did yesterday in all areas of life. In these endeavors yoga can be of great help, and it requires no prerequisites that must be fulfilled before we set out on this path.”
T.K.V. Desikachar, The Heart of Yoga
“The work of cultivating mindfulness is also play. It is far too serious to take too seriously—and I say this in all seriousness!—if for no other reason than because it really is about our entire life. It makes sense for a lightness of being and playfulness to be key elements of the practice of mindfulness, because they are key elements of well-being.”
John Kabat-Zinn, Mindfulness for Beginners