January 14th - April 9th, 2022


We want to welcome anyone to this mindful, transformational and knowledge gaining experience.  Whether you want to teach or deepen your personal Yoga experience, we will be holding a comfortable and gentle space for you to explore.  Become your own teacher within and always student throughout.  We recommend that you have or start a dedicated practice before our training begins.

INVESTMENT:  $2575.00

(does not include books)

  • Our school has been updated to Yoga Alliance new standards and have extended our contact training hours.  This pricing reflects these update

  • Early Bird by December 15th, 2021 - $2425.00 (if paid in full)

  • Payment plans are available, please contact Stephanie for more details 801-392-2282

  • Deadline -  December 31st, 2021


  • A $500 Non-Refundable deposit must be made before deadline.  Book list will be issues at the time of registration and deposit made 

  • We accept MyCAA tuition funding for Military spouses.  Please make arrangements with Stephanie


  • Included in this training:  Unlimited yoga membership throughout training, training binder, graduation ceremony, mala beads and certificate. 

Restful retreat up in our beautiful

Ogden Valley to start our

journey together.

January 14th - 16th

Monday's & Thursdays: 

Yoga from 6:00 - 7:15 pm following class

time until 10:00 pm.



Yoga from 12:00 - 1:00pm

Class time from 1:00 - 7:30 pm with breaks




Our 300 Hour Advance Yoga Teacher Training is offered over the course of 9 module weekends for those looking to further their knowledge and offering on the yoga path.  (must have 200 hour certification to complete full training). 

Individual modules can be taken and all options

are listed below:

Open To:


  • YACEP continuing education for yoga instructors

  • Yoga Instructors interested in 300 hour completion with our program

  • General public for personal growth, working with friends and family


$3450.00 full training

(does not include books)

Please contact us if you are interested in walking with us for the full 300 hour completion.

Individual Modules $450

(does not include books)


  • We accept MyCAA tuition funding for Military spouses.  Please make arrangements with Stephanie.



Friday: 9:00 - 10:15 am Yoga/10:45 - 6:00 pm school

Saturday: 9:00 - 10:15 am Yoga/10:45 - 7:00 pm school

Sunday: 9:00 - 10:15 am Yoga/10:45 - 6:00 pm school



with Kristi Murrin - April 2nd - 4th


Ayurveda, a natural system of medicine originated in India over 3000 years ago.   Ayurveda is derived from the word Ayur (life)  and Veda (science or knowledge) translating to The knowledge of Life.   Ayurveda places great emphasis on prevention and encourages the maintenance of health through close attention to balance in one’s life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle and the use of herbs. Knowledge of Ayurveda enables one to understand how to create this balance of body, mind and consciousness according to one’s own individual constitution and how to make lifestyle changes to bring about and maintain this balance.

If you are interested in learning more about Ayurveda and your constitution please join us for a weekend of knowledge offering.




with Christel Grange-Hicks - May 14th - 16th

Yoga Nidra literally means yogic sleep.  It is an ancient technique where the practitioner enters the deep states of conscious relaxation.  It is a systematic practice of moving awareness from our external world to the inner world.

It brings us to a state of deep sleep where our senses, intellect, and mind relax. We become free from the concepts of time, space and reason.

Heal the brain, nervous system, heart, and your overall well being by learning Yoga Nidra. In our Yoga Nidra module we will learn more than the how-to teach Yoga Nidra, we will answer these many common questions as well: What goes on in the brain during a session of Yoga Nidra? How can ‘yoga sleep’ heal the brain? Is Yoga Nidra really meditation? How can Yoga Nidra assist those with PTSD and Anxiety? Why should I practice, encourage, and teach Yoga Nidra?  

If you are interested in learning more about Yoga Nidra and all of it's  benefits please join us for a weekend of knowledge offering.




with Eileen Lynch - June 11th - 13th

This weekend you can expect to learn all about ways to deepen your offering in private yoga sessions as a yoga instructor.  Teaching public classes are wonderful, teaching privates allows us to work one on one with individuals looking to deepen their understanding of their own practice.   Thai Yoga is just one great offering of this weekend. 

If you are interested in wanting to broaden your tool box as a Yoga instructor join us for a weekend for a  hands on experience to take you to the next level.




with Erika Wynn - July 23rd - 25th

This module invites you to view yoga, and the students you teach, through a trauma-informed lens. With this lens, we assume that the majority of individuals we greet on the mat are more likely than not to have a history of trauma. The word trauma has become appropriated through mainstream society as a way to describe every day misfortunes, however, we understand that trauma is much more complex. While this module is primarily about trauma-informed care, we cannot grasp the roots of this approach without a brief and honest history of yoga as a whole and, specifically, Trauma Sensitive Yoga.


This module will then guide you toward a broader understanding of how trauma shows itself through signs and symptoms -  physiologically, mentally, and emotionally - with the help of “The Body Keeps The Score” by Bessel Van Der Kolk. From there, you will be invited to explore the policies, procedures, and practices of a trauma-informed yoga class and what it is like to put these theories into tangible praxis. When done with intention, trauma-informed care is person-centered and highly intersectional. Through reading, discussion, praxis, and personal research, this module welcomes you into the warm arms of trauma-informed care.





with Christel Grange-Hicks - August 13th - 15th

In this module we will dive deep into many anatomy and alignment nuances found in today’s society. Using our bones, muscle, tendons, fascia, and nervous system to learn how best to support ourselves and our students in building a healthy yoga practice. This weekend we will learn how to build from the base, our foundation. Diving deep into breaking down many common yoga poses to the beginning point, axis, and physical movement. Along the way your own practice will be rebuilt, in a more healthy, stable, and sustainable manner. Often, we have classes that have multiple levels of student experience, using our newfound foundation skills, we will learn how best to support instructing a class full of beginners to a long-time practitioners. Yoga asana is a lifetime of learning and re-learning to build from the foundation up at every level of health.  


As a yoga teacher, or long-time yoga student, we are after offering a purpose to our yoga asana’s such as opening, elongating, sensing, balancing or strengthening. This weekend we will practice, learn, and explore what this really means. How we can offer these specific asana purposes to ourselves and our students. By learning the beginning axis point and movement we will be able to learn what other options that provide the same movement, but in a more accessible manner, for ourselves as well as students.





with Eileen Lynch - September 10th - 12th

Restorative Yoga has become a critical part of studio offerings in the last 5 years.  It balances out the typical vinyasa’based class offerings focused on strength and movement.   The Vagal nerve and its associated parasympathetic response, is responsible for regulating the “ rest and digest” of the human body, and is the backbone of the restorative practice.   Participants will come away from this 30 -hour module with an understanding of the key principles and concepts behind a restorative yoga practice, and be able to design and facilitate a full or partial restorative yoga session.   Other healing modalities will be discussed such as the use of sound, mantra, mindfulness, and trataka during a restorative practice.   Eileen has facilitated hundreds of restorative yoga practices and is passionate about bringing this practice to teachers and students of yoga.      Participants will be asked to design a 45 minute practice on the last day of instruction.




with Stephanie  DeTar - October 8th - 10th

Prana, the connection from source into our experience in body and the main ingredient of our yoga practice.  Over 1000's of years Prana has weaved through the traditions and philosophy of India, as Chi in the Chinese culture.  This vital force is energy and how we engage with in and around us is key to our own vitality and well-being.


Over this experiential weekend we will explore the great depths of how Prana came to be and the many ways we can access deeper, this source, into our everyday life with specific focus on various Pranayama exercises.  We will learn, study, research, experience and by Sunday will be prepared to teach two selected Pranayama exercises each to a student audience.  I look forward to offering you this great knowledge key to everything that is within and throughout.




with Eileen & Christel - November 12th - 14th

Yoga and Mindfulness ( YM) for children is poised to be the next frontier for learning.   Schools around the country are moving toward weaving all of the ancient concepts taught in the yogic arts, particularly breathing and asana, into and around the standard school curriculum.    Many studies have proven that there is a direct correlation with improved learning outcomes when some portion of the curriculum is dedicated to YM training.  

This 30 hour weekend will touch on all of the basics of conducting a YM class, including breathing practices, movement practices (with an emphasis on play), and meditation.   Participants will receive a healthy balance of theory and practice, and be expected to conduct a 30 minute practice on the last half of the final day.   This program is ideal for current 200 hr. yoga or mindfulness teachers,  educators in the community with no YM training, or parents who want to provide a home-based YM experience for their children.   The majority of the focus for this training will take into account age groups from 4 – 17.   Connect with your own inner child during the practical portion of the training.   It is guaranteed to surface!




with Stephanie DeTar - December 3rd - 5th

In this module we explore how we can establish ourselves as a yoga instructor in business and the many aspects this entails.  We will work in the technical side of owning a business with website design, photo shoot and resume building looking at different scenerios as to how and why this is important.  We will also focus on  how to overall set up and establish ourselves as a business in regards to business license, taxes, record keeping, etc.


Over the weekend as a team we will design a  workshop, retreat and important information on how to establish private clientele.  By the end of this weekend each individual will have prepared their layout with this tangible knowledge and path to growing your yoga business.