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This space is for awakening, healing, learning, and remembering our true nature. Through immersive, deep sadhana (dedicated practice), we become more intimate with our inner self, unwinding old habits and patterns, exploring our deepest heart intention (sankalpa) and practicing aligning our moment-to-moment choices with our intention.

With this modular training, my hope is to help you fall in love with your practice and progress, inward and outward. To help remind you of the power that you are and the superpower that you share. It is truly my honor and privilege to walk this path with you and help you become everything you already are!

Love and light,



A 300 hour training is about deepening your knowledge and furthering your practice of yoga. Which is why, this program is built to help you take your time with the information given to help you work with it and understand it better.

Divided up into three 100-hour modules, you can choose to do one module or all three consecutively, the choice is yours! Therefore, this 300 hour teacher training program is designed as a flexible program that can be completed in as little as three months or as long as three years.

The focus of this immersion is to:

  • Explore yoga as a living practice
  • Give you three very different yoga frameworks to guide your explorations
  • Give you the opportunity to learn from incredible teachers and experts in their craft, from both within yoga and beyond!
  • Establish your practice as a guide for sharing with others
  • Help you teach with confidence and take your offering to the next level

This program is designed to support you in finding your own path as a student and from there, as a teacher. The training is divided into three 100-hour modules. You will receive a certificate for each of the 100 hours you complete, which can be added to your existing hours with Yoga Alliance. Additionally, the full 300-hour program is registered with Yoga Alliance as well. Upon successful completion of the program, you’ll receive a 300-hour certificate. You’ll have the option to register with Yoga Alliance at the 500-hour level by submitting your prior 200-hour certificate and the 300-hour certificate.


Each of the three modules will be taught by an amazing team of teachers, who bring with them, their decades of training and expertise to give you the best information and most authentic teaching.


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Anatomy. Alignment. Sequencing

September 1-16, 2022

The first 100-Hours will look at the practice with a physical focus. From functional anatomy to fascia, to adjustments and injury management, as well as looking at conventional and unconventional sequencing methodologies to create safe, sound and effective flows. This module is about creating a depth of understanding about the moving body and all it’s fantastic parts!

  • Functional Anatomy
  • Introduction to Fascia – What it is, how it moves, why it’s important
  • How to work with Fascia
  • Physical Adjustments and Injury management
  • Mobility training
  • Anatomy focused sequencing and cueing
  • Teaching inversions

The Science of Flexibility

with January Corteza

In this really interesting conversation with anatomy and fascia specialist, January Corteza, we talk about what flexibility actually is. We discuss the role of the nervous system in the types of flexibilities we have available to us and also how mobility plays a role in how much space we can create. We end the discussion answering a couple questions from attendees. 

January is an amazing teacher of anatomy and fascia who will be teaching on the 100HR Align module of the 300Hr Training taking place in September. 

Why Injuries Happen

with Toby Harris

In this awesome chat with rehab specialist and founder of Dxb Sports Massage, Toby, we talk through injuries, addressing specific cases and understanding causes and connections in the body. From muscles and joints, to tendons and ligaments we talk about it all! Toby also explains some really key best practices to help avoid injuries, including the importance of rest – in the context of off days as well as how to build a successful training and movement routine.


Yoga philosophy. Philosophy in practice. Ayurveda

October 1-15, 2022

The second 100 Hour module will look at the practice through the lens of yoga philosophy. From the Yoga Sutras and the Bhagavad Gita, to the stories behind the names of asanas, to learning how to chant, and diving deeper into the science of Ayurveda, this module is all about making the practice of yoga come alive!

  • Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras – An exploration of the 8 limbs
  • Yamas and Niyamas
  • Themes from the Bhagvad Gita
  • Mythology – The stories behind the asana
  • Asana practice and sequencing – Learning to build experiences around the philosophy of the practice & bring the postures alive through story-telling.
  • Chanting – Building a practice – learning the lineage, the phonetics and the meaning of various chants, Understanding their power & intention (bhava)
  • Ayurveda – Looking at the body through the lens of the ancient science and elements

The Power of Chanting

with Lizel Rikzang Lhamo

Welcome to the subtle power of chanting! In this enlightening conversation with chanting guru, Lizel Rikzang Lhamo, we understand the science behind the sanskrit language and actually work on practicing pronunciations. For teachers and practitioners alike, chanting is a pathway to broadening scope of your sadhana and a way to deepen your connection with yourself. Don’t miss this wonderful introduction! 

Lizel is an amazing teacher and a part of the faculty on the Awaken module of the YTT in October. She will be sharing her extensive knowledge and wisdom on chanting and will be helping students develop their skills.


Pranayama and breathwork. Meditation. Sound healing and so much more.

November 1-15, 2022

The third 100 hour module is all about the subtle body practices. Using the frame work of the koshas we will look at the body beyond just the physical.  This module will take a closer look at the practices that serve our many bodies (or sheaths). From pranayama, to shamanic breathwork, to traditional and insight meditation techniques, to sound healing, charkra cleansing and so much more, this module is about adding lots of tools to your self practice toolbox and guiding the practice inward.

  • Introduction to pranayama techniques
  • Shamanic breathwork
  • Ayurvedic cleansing techniques
  • Traditional meditation techniques
  • Insight mindfulness training – As shared by Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield
  • Charkras, mudras and bandhas
  • Asana practice and sequencing – learning how to build a multi-dimentional practice, incorporating breathwork, meditation and educations themes (eg. Charkras)

Book your spot for one or more individual modules or SAVE $410 (big deal!)
when you sign up for the full 300HR YTT.


You will be supported on your journey by a team of experienced teachers across a wide array of disciplines.

Neha Duseja
Lead Teacher

January Corteza
Functional Anatomy, Fascia and Injury Management

Lizel Rikzang Lhamo
Chanting, Meditation & Sound Healing

Elisabeth Bohler
Breathwork Specialist & Yogini

Manish Pole
Philosophy, Meditation & Subtle Body Specialist

Gaurav Rathaur
Yoga Philosophy, Lineage & Hatha Yoga Practices

Mayank Dhingra
Sivananda Yogi, Philosophy Teacher, Mythology Oracle

Anjaan G
Yoga Philosophy & Meditation Expert

Toby Harris
Injury Management & Sports Rehab Specialist

What students are saying about past trainings:

The biggest impact the 40HR TTC with Neha & Jen had on me was how to be authentic as a yoga teacher, on and off the mat. The training really guided me to find my voice as a teacher, it taught me how to celebrate it and pushed me to share it with confidence. It was a very empowering experience. The teachings of sequencing and theming a class also got me more intrigued to dive into the science behind the philosophy of yoga which started to add more depth to my physical practice. In addition, the training was not just limited to readings and lectures but also a lot of practical exercises where we got to feel the postures in our bodies as well as working in groups to really understand and learn how to work with different bodies.

The training had a huge impact on stepping out of my comfort zone and into investigating my true purpose and finding my niche and keep being curious about what I can learn, practice and apply to ultimately share it with whoever crosses my path.

Nuni Soriano

The anatomy and sequencing training gave me all those insights that,once you start teaching, you realize the 200hs YTT didn’t prepared you for. Being a new teacher, I started observing a lot of different bodies and ways of absorbing the information given. The course was so inspiring as it showed us different possibilities of sequences depending on where we want to take our class in a safe and clear way. Everyone had the chance of showing a different style to lead a class, applying their own backgrounds and personalities, and we were able to ask any type of questions that came into our heads. It was amazing!

Miassar Allababidi

Frequently Asked Questions

You will be supported on your journey by a team of experienced teachers across a wide array of disciplines.

Why is the training structured the way it is?

A 300HR training is different from a 200HR, in the way that the where the 200HR is about covering the bases and providing a platform from which new teachers can begin their teaching journey. The 300HR training is about deepening your own practice in areas that are of specific interest to you, so as your practice gets richer, it informs better, more powerful teaching.

So giving you the option to choose one or more areas of interest was definitely one reason for planning the training in the way that it is.

And the other reason…

“There has to be a better way.” Having been on month long intensives, I’ve always come away thinking that it just wasn’t the most effective way to learn. So keeping that in mind, making sure to build a training in a way that makes the learning process as joyful and productive as possible, I’ve built this training as a modular approach. So you have time to work with information as well as time to digest and learn and truly understand the material.

Is this program eligible for Yoga Alliance certification?

Students who complete a module will get certified for 100 hours   per completed module as per YACEP (Yoga Alliance Continuing Education) hours. And those who do all three modules of the 300-hour program will receive a 300HR teacher training certificate as per Yoga Alliance standards.

If you completed a 200 hour training from another Yoga Alliance certified school, you will be able to submit both your 200 hour and your 300 hour certificate to Yoga Alliance, should you choose to, for a full 500 hour recognition from them.

What are the prerequisites?

Prerequisites for the 300 hour program include completion of a 200-hour Yoga Alliance registered program.

Alternatively, each of the three 100 hour modules acts as a stand alone opportunity for advanced students to deepen their knowledge or teachers to dive deeper into specific areas of interest. So registration for individual modules is open to advanced practitioners as well as teachers.

What are the requirements to complete the program?

To be able to get the certificate of completion of the 300HR training, all three modules have to be completed.

Who do I contact with questions?

Please email nehadusejayoga@gmail.com with all other questions.

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