2018 – 300 Hour Advanced Teacher Training      
February – June 2018      

The Arkansas Yoga and Therapy Center’s 2018 – 300 Hour Advanced Teacher Training.

Included in this training is a retreat at Mt Sequoyah February 23-25, as well as, 7 weekends with in-depth teachings on the therapeutic** benefits of VariYoga, NVC Coaching, Anatomy, Pranayama, Meditation, Chair Yoga, Wall Yoga, Yoga with Lilias Folan, Yin Yoga, the principles of hands on adjustments and learning to assess a student and their needs.

One of the components of this training will be a collaborative partnership with the VA Hospital of the Ozarks and AYC.  As part of our advanced training you will have the opportunity to work one on one with Veterans in an onsite setting over 8 weeks assisting them to learn ways to reduce pain and symptoms of PTSD through yoga moves, pranayama, meditation and guided imagery. 

Contact us for specific details.  yogalady@aryoga.com or andreafournet@gmail.com

  • $2795 with cash or check $2845 with credit card until December 16th then price will increase.
  • Full payment is due on or before February 15, 2018 (non-early bird special)

Pre-requisite:  200 Hour RYT registration with Yoga Alliance or equivalent, such as licensed physical therapist, massage therapist, chiropractor, or medical doctor.

Training begins in February with the Mt. Sequoyah Retreat and will end in June.  Because of the in-depth clinicals and innovative teachings of this training, SPACE IS LIMITED TO 10.  Contact us NOW to not miss out yogalady@aryoga.com

After the completion of this training you will have your 300 Hour yoga certification enabling you to register with Yoga Alliance at the 500 Hour RYT, as well as a, a certificate for Yoga Therapeutics**.

Contact us for specific details.  yogalady@aryoga.com or andreafournet@gmail.com

The Arkansas Yoga Center has been training and certifying teachers in Northwest Arkansas since 1998. Our program provides a strong foundation in the basic principles of Hatha yoga. In addition to traditional yoga poses and VariYoga sequences, the immersion weekends include yoga therapy (treatments for ADHD, depression, MS, anxiety, loss, PTSD), information on alignment, anatomy and physiology as it applies to yoga, philosophy and history, meditation and pranayama (breathing techniques).

The confidence, technique, and knowledge you will gain from this all-inclusive training will deepen your understanding and appreciation for your own yoga practice and enable you to become an educated instructor.

You are invited to enroll in our Teacher Training Program to deepen your knowledge of yoga even if you do not
want to be an instructor.

**The yoga therapy components of our course(s) are based on the VariYoga® method, not derived from our status as an RYS® with Yoga Alliance Registry.

Call us at 479-521-9642 or email us at yogalady@aryoga.com for more registration details.


Taking classes at the Arkansas Yoga Center I soon discovered the healing and strengthening benefits of yoga – mentally, physically, and emotionally. I am so thankful and excited to share all I have learned through the teacher training at AYC and for the new lifelong friends i have made! Come be a part of the AYC family.” – Mia Moon



“I want to express my overwhelming appreciation for you accepting and graduating me in the Arkansas Yoga Center’s 200 hour yoga teaching training program. As expected, the class enhanced my life spiritually, philosophically, mentally, and physically. However, an unexpected benefit was learning how to sing. Before taking the class on chanting, I had never been able to sing. Because of the hours of chanting, I now sing with confidence, especially when harmonizing with others. It is so much fun to sing now.”  – Harry McDermott

I have been a student at Arkansas Yoga Center for the past 10 years, and I made a commitment to myself and my yoga practice by taking the Arkansas Yoga Center Teacher Training in the spring and summer of 2016. It has truly been an inspirational process for me.  This program is truly world class.  Andrea and her fellow teachers create a teaching and learning environment full of knowledge, patience, empathy, openness, and community.  I feel a new strength and confidence, and I am more motivated to begin my yoga teaching journey and to continue my life long yoga practice! “    – Erin Cohen