300-Hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training

The 300-hour training program is a continuation of the foundational skills and knowledge you obtained from your 200-hour program.

I am firm believer that as teachers we need to take responsibility for our own continuous study and exploration of yoga.
I also believe that at this 'training' level, a student-teacher mentor situation is more beneficial and valuable than a group setting.

A 200-hour program lays the foundation and gives you the tools to begin teaching. A 300-hour program should be designed to not only expand your skills and offer more in-depth study, but it should also meet you where you are as a teacher and support your individuality.

With this is mind, I put together this program.
It will guide you through different courses of study - some units will be with me as your teacher, and other units will use other platforms and materials.

Teachers you will be studying with:
David Keil (Anatomy)
Paul Grilley (Anatomy & Yin Yoga)
Dr. Seth Powell, PhD (Yoga Philosophy & History)

Along with that, you get unlimited access to me. You choose how much support and contact you need/prefer. You have the option of keeping all communication via email, or with 6 one-on-one mentoring sessions. These sessions can be done in-person or via Zoom.

This is a two year self-paced, self-study program.
Using this platform you will progress through each course on your own personal timeline and schedule. 

Study Materials Include:

-Downloadable/printable training manual
-Prerecorded yoga practices themed around the '8 Limbs of Yoga' with written class plans that include sequencing, opening intentions, and guided meditation scripts.

-peak pose class plans
-video recordings of in-person trainings
-audio tutorials
-guided meditation audios for your personal meditation practice
-guided meditation scripts to use in class
-the 90 minute LKPY class sequence blueprint & sequencing formula

-over 85 hours of online lecture tutorials through YogicStudies.com
-online advance yoga anatomy course


This type of study platform is specifically for those who are disciplined, motivated, and committed to the ongoing study of yoga.

Sign up and start your studies today!

Yoga Alliance Eligibility
Upon completion of all requirements, you will be eligible to register your 300-hours with Yoga Alliance and up level to a RYT-500 registration.
Email [email protected] if you have questions.




Costs & Requirements

This training is open to anyone who is certified
at the 200-hour level.
(Your 200-hour certification does not need to be with LKPY)

Please see the detailed curriculum below.

The cost of this program includes:
-Access to the LKPY 300-Hour course and all of its contents until you complete all requirements

-Unlimited email support and the option to add six one-on-one mentoring sessions with Lyn when you register. This option also includes in-person final exams (optional). Please note payment options during checkout!
-Access to the LKPY On-Demand library of prerecorded group yoga classes
-David Keil's 'Advanced Functional Anatomy of Yoga' online course (12-month access)
-The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali YogicStudies.com Online Course (lifetime access)*
-The Yogas of the Bhagavad Gita YogicStudies.com Online Course (lifetime access)*
-Sanskrit for Yoga Teachers YogicStudies.com Online Course (lifetime access)*
-Introduction to the History and Philosophy of Yoga & A Brief History of Yoga Asana YogicStudies.com Online Courses - TWO BONUS courses included in the program! (lifetime access)*

-unlimited email support from Lyn
-300-Hour Certificate Of Completion

Other Expenses
(study materials not included in the cost)

Book List : Module One

-Functional Anatomy of Yoga by David Keil
-Your Body, Your Yoga by Bernie Clark
-Your Spine, Your Yoga by Bernie Clark
-Your Upper Body, Your Yoga by Bernie Clark

Book List : Module Two
-The Yoga Philosophy of Patanjali by Swami Hariharananda Aranya
-Inside The Yoga Sutras by Reverend Jaganath Carrera
-Bhagavad Gita: The Beloved Lord's Secret Love Song by Graham Schweig
-The Yamas and Niyamas by Deborah Adele
-Skill In Action by Michelle Cassandra Johnson

-The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark

Other Media: Module One
-Paul Grilley's online course 'Anatomy for Yoga' (lifetime access upon purchase) $40
Other Media: Module Two
-Paul Grilley's online course
'Yin Yoga: Foundations of a Quiet Practice' (lifetime access upon purchase) $40

Please feel free to email Lyn if you have any questions.
[email protected]

Course Curriculum

  Meet Your Teacher
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  Welcome to the LKPY 300-Hour Advanced Teacher Training - Start the Course Here!
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  Course 1.1: Advanced Functional Anatomy for Yoga
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  Course 1.2: Developing a Teacher's Eye - Observing & Understanding Common Anatomical Imbalances
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  Course 1.3: The Art of Teaching Simple to Complex
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  Module One: Techniques, Methodology & Anatomy Final Project
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  Course 2.1: Yogic Studies Online Courses
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  Course 2.2: The 8 Limbs of Yoga in Action
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  1 - Philosophy In Action: On The Mat - Guided Practices
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  2 - Philosophy In Action: Off The Mat - 10 Week Self-Exploration
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  3 - Turning Inward: Leading Guided Meditations
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  Course 2.3: Foundations of Yin Yoga
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  Module Two: Philosophy & Ethics Final Project
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The three courses in this module are designed to build on and support each other.

Advanced Anatomy for Yoga - 15-Hour Online Course

This is David Keil's anatomy course developed specifically for 300-hour yoga trainings. We'll use that foundation to follow the anatomy through the process of building asanas. We'll deconstruct seemingly complex asanas and look at their parts and pieces through the lens of anatomy. This course will provide you with information and tools to understand why you might be observing a particular pattern in your student's practice. At the completion of this course, you'll have a better understanding of how to help your students build the patterns they need to evolve their postures in a healthy way.

This course includes: video tutorials, reading assignments, online quizzes, study guide questions and exploration exercises

Developing a Teacher's Eye - Observing & Understanding Common Imbalances
This course will include:
Working with Common Imbalances-
-study of causes and muscles involved in common muscular imbalances found in the body that occur from normal day to day activities or due to prior injuries
-learn poses and movements to address specific imbalances
Comparative Anatomy Online Tutorial with Paul Grilley 
-learn how anatomical differences can affect yoga poses
-the difference between tension and compression
-exploration of how anatomical proportions affect poses
Assessing Students-
-learn how to use specific poses and movements to assess a student
-learn a sequence specific for assessing students

This course includes: reading and written assignments, video tutorials; you will be required to lead one student (of your choice) through the assessment sequence included in the course and submit your notes and observances

The Art of Teaching Simple to Complex Poses in a Power Vinyasa Class
-learn how to include more complex poses in a vinyasa style class without breaking the flow and without leaving any student behind no matter level of individual experience
-learn how to sequence for a peak pose without straying from the power vinyasa sequencing formula (the power yoga sequence and formula are included in your training manual)
-the 5 steps in teaching simple to complex
-how to break down a complex pose
-fine tune your cueing to excel at teaching simple to complex (passive v. active voice, you/your v. that/the, excessive jargon and filler words)
-includes class plans/sequences for teaching to a peak pose

PLEASE NOTE: A 'peak pose' does not mean 'advanced'. The art of teaching simple to complex can be applied to all levels and variants of an asana. You are not required to perform what is considered more advanced poses to complete this course of study.

This course includes: audio tutorials, reading and written assignments; you will be required to submit a video recording of you leading a class (or student) for an initial teaching assessment - if you choose the 1-on-1 mentoring option, your assessment will be completed in-person at the LKPY studio (you will be assigned a LKPY teacher as your student or you can bring your own), and this will be considered as one of your six sessions.

Module One Final Exam:
Your final exam consists of planning a class based on your studies of the 'Teaching Simple to Complex' unit.
*Please see below for directions on how to complete your final exam.


Patanjali's Yoga Sutras ask us to turn inward through meditation and self-study with the intention to guide us towards self-realization and determining how we want to move through life. The Bhagavad Gita asks us to contemplate how we are putting our yoga into action for the greater good - to create a just world.

This module will take you deep into the study of yoga philosophy on an intellectual level. But it will also ask you to reevaluate how you apply specific philosophical principles as you navigate through life and in the world. It will ask, what is your dharma?

The 8 Limbs of Yoga in Action
This unit is designed to compliment and reinforce your online studies with yogicstudies.com. It includes 11 prerecorded guided yoga class practices that will spotlight a specific philosophical concept and a 10-week course of self-study and reflection.

Each prerecorded practice includes an asana practice, mantras, and a guided meditation relevant to the philosophical focus. Through practice, you will learn how to apply yoga philosophy into your class using physical actions to help your students develop a better understanding of what yoga really is - beyond the pose.
You will also receive class plans using the 8 Limbs as a theme. Each plan includes sequencing, scripts for guided meditations and opening intentions when applicable.

As part of this unit, over the course of 10 weeks, you will review the yamas and niyamas, and with the guidance of the Skill In Action book, dig deeper and bring the focus as to how to put them into action on a global level - for the collective good. You will be asked to reevaluate how you apply specific philosophical principles as you navigate through life. It will ask, what is your dharma?

Self-reflection papers are required to help explore your growth in these concepts since you were first introduced to them and to discern if and how you are putting your yoga into action for the greater good of the world.

Guided meditations with a focus on each Yama and Niyama are included to supplement your self-exploration each week. You will learn how to write and lead a guided meditation.

This course includes: required asana and meditation practices, reading and journaling assignments

Yogic Studies Online Philosophy Courses
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 22-Hour Online Course - YogicStudies.com with Seth Powell, PhD Candidate, Harvard University
This 22 hour online course will take a deeper dive into the Yoga Sutras.
This course includes: video tutorials, online quizzes, reading assignments, and review questions
The Yogas of the Bhagavad Gita 26-Hour Online Course - YogicStudies.com with Seth Powell, PhD Candidate, Harvard University 
A deep dive into the Bhagavad Gita.
This course includes: video lectures, reading assignments, online quizzes
Sanskrit for Yoga Teachers 18-Hour Online Course - YogicStudies.com with Seth Powell, PhD Candidate, Harvard University Upon completion of this course you will walk away with the following:
• A deeper appreciation for Sanskrit’s rich spiritual and literary history
• A foundation in the principles of Sanskrit grammar
• An understanding of Sanskrit transliteration and diacritics
• Confidence in their ability to accurately pronounce Sanskrit terms 
• A deeper understanding of the names and meaning of yogic postures (
• Awareness of the most commonly mispronounced Sanskrit words in the yoga world!
• A strong foundation for continued Sanskrit study
This course includes: video tutorials, reading assignments, completion of worksheets, and online quizzes

Foundations of Yin Yoga
This unit uses Paul Grilley's Yin Yoga: The Foundations of a Quiet Practice online course
you will learn:
-the fundamental science and philosophy behind yin yoga
-the benefits of yin yoga
-the three stages of a yin yoga pose
-teaching yin yoga
-modifications, getting in and out of the pose, recovery poses

This course includes: two prerecorded practices you are required to complete, video tutorials, reading and written assignments, self-study explorations of the key yin poses

Module Two Final Exam:
You will be required to plan and teach a class based on your studies during the '8 Limbs of Yoga In Action' and 'Yin Yoga' units. You will be required to include in your class asana and guided meditation, with a sequence using one of the methods learned in the '8 Limbs' unit, as well as a mini yin yoga sequence.


You will be required at the end of each module to teach a class based on your studies. You will have the option to teach your class in-person or via video submission. Please note, only those that choose the payment option that includes mentoring sessions with Lyn are eligible for the live, in-person final exams. If you choose the in-person final exam you will be assigned a LKPY teacher to act as your student; or you can bring your own 'guest student'. If you are submitting a video you must have at least one student to lead through your class. An in-person final exam counts as a 1-on-1 mentoring session.

When you choose the payment option that includes in-person mentoring, you receive six sessions with Lyn. Three of those sessions can be the topic of your choosing. One session will be used for your initial teaching assessment assignment required in 'The Art of Teaching Simple to Complex' unit. And two sessions will be used for you to complete your final project/exam for each module.
Extra sessions can be scheduled for a fee of $100/hour.


50 Group Practice Sessions

A regular, personal practice is one of the most important tools you have as a teacher.  
You are required to complete 50 practices with Lyn utilizing the prerecorded classes on the on-demand platform.
You will submit a log of of your practices.

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