Become a Yoga Teacher at one of our Teacher Trainings at our Dublin based studios


200hr Yoga Teacher Training

Our Yoga Teacher Training is a dynamic, detailed and exciting course for anyone interested in becoming a certified yoga teacher”

We are accredited with Yoga Alliance. Check out our blog which has lots more details about our course and some of this year’s trainees tell you about their experiences. You can also read our FAQs to find out more. Early Bird Pricing is available but only while spaces last. Email for more information.
YogaHub’s Yoga Alliance Accredited 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training is a dynamic, detailed and exciting course for anyone interested in becoming a certified yoga teacher or anyone looking to deepen and expand their practice. Drawing upon the skills, practice, and experience of our senior teachers, students will be taught to practice and teach yoga with understanding, clarity, energy and confidence. Participants can expect individual attention, personal development, mentoring and assistance from experienced and conscientious teachers; a strong foundation in yoga philosophy and practice; access to the studio’s network and an enriching, valuable, and exciting course. See course dates and prices here.

YogaHub 200hr Teacher Training details

Every weekend includes time for exploring techniques and practice of yoga through:
  • Our morning asana practices
  • Afternoon asana labs (alignment, modifications & teaching practice)
  • Meditation
  • Pranyama

Course content falls into one of the 5 below categories:

1. Techniques, Training and Practice
Learning and practicing asana, pranayama, meditation, mantra & chanting. This includes both learning the techniques and practicing them.
2. Teaching Methodology
Principles of demonstration, observation, assisting, correcting, instruction, teaching styles and teaching qualities.
3. Anatomy and Physiology
Includes physical anatomy and energy anatomy.
4. Yoga Philosophy, Lifestyle and Ethics for Yoga Teachers
The study of yogic scriptures such as Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, The Bhagavad-Gita, Hatha Yoga Pradipika and more. This section also includes the ethics and guidelines for yoga teachers to follow.
5. Practicum: Practice teaching, observing and feedback.

Yoga Elements: Asana, Pranayama, Meditation & Mantra

Introduction to a deeper understanding of yoga. Explore Asana, Pranayama, Mantra & Meditation: Integrating Yoga into Your Life: why each element is essential to the practice of yoga and growth of the teacher. Mindfulness and setting the foundations for this course. Introduction to philosophy: what does yoga mean to you?

Anatomy & Physiology I & II 

Looking at the physical body: bones, muscles, joints. Putting this into context by exploring alignment & postural analysis. Integrating how the mechanics of the body fit into a yoga practice is important to keep the body healthy and safe. Continuing to look at the physical body, understanding the respiratory & cardiovascular systems, the nervous system, the digestive system, the endocrine system and how they are affected by a yoga practice. 

The Subtle Body & Creating Space for Transformation.

Exploring the energetic body and subtle body anatomy, chakras, koshas. Explore Sanskrit and its use in the yoga classroom. Creating & holding space for students through physical environment and the teacher (voice, body language). Mantra workshop.

Developing as a Teacher I & II : Sequencing, Use of Props & Adjustments

Understanding contemporary Yoga sequencing, getting familiar with some templates and how to sequence for yourself and others. Creating a home practice sequence. Developing your observational skills to help students through use of props & adjustments (verbal, tactile, visual).

Yoga Philosophy

The ancient texts of yoga including the Hatha Yoga PradipikaThe Upanishads and The Bhagavad Gita will be examined, discussed and analysed.

Contemporary Yoga

Who owns Yoga? What does it mean to be a yoga practitioner in the modern world? Finding your identity as a teacher and understanding the business of Yoga.

Yoga for Health

Introduction to Ayurveda as a tool for living and teaching yoga, introduction to kriyas. Explore health implications of our environment & diet and our impact and involvement in these systems. Sequencing for all (special focus groups, pregnancy, reduced mobility). Reviewing benefits & contraindications for variety of population groups.

Exploring the evidence for the health benefits of yoga.

Cultivating Tapas

Motivation & self-discipline as both a method and fruit of our yoga practice. Understand the meaning of core strength and how to teach your students to engage the core properly. Explore inversions & how to practice them safely (facing fear, the flight or fight response). How to stay motivated as a teacher, make your practice sustainable and encourage motivation in others.

 Restore & Review

Practicing & learning to teach restorative yoga, meditation. Discuss and explore in more detail what it means to be of service to others.


Written and practical evaluation, and a discussion of how best to continue your yoga practice & journey beyond the course.

200hr Teacher Training Summer 2017 Deposit
Guarantee your place now for the 1 Month Intensive Teacher Training course starting in July 2017
If you pay the balance by the Early Bird deadline then the balance remaining will be €1600
Subject to availability
200hr Teacher Training Summer 2017
Save €300 by booking early
Early Bird Price until May 3rd
1 month intensive course
Begins on July 3rd 2017
Subject to availability