Yoga Teacher Training

Pranayoga Institute is Indiana’s largest yoga therapy school, teaching the art and science of holistic yoga, yoga therapy, and Ayurveda.

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Yoga Therapy Program

Yoga offers many practices which individually and collectively activate relaxation and which may help to restore the physical body by providing more healthful and productive responses to stress.

Dani’s training is so well rounded. I feel like I’ve learned so much: how to be a great teacher, physically, mentally and emotionally. Dani is an amazing teacher, instructor and person. Every minute I am in her training, I feel like it’s priceless. My clients and I are forever thankful for this training.

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200 Hour Holistic Hatha Teacher Training

200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teacher Training. Virtual and In-Person Option. Begins July 30th

Serve, teach and transform with Pranayoga’s 200-hour holistic Hatha training. Since 2009 this foundational yoga teacher training has been changing lives, and so will you! Perfect for your own self-study or as pre-requisites to yoga therapy. All are welcome.

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300 Hour Yoga and Ayurveda Training

Sattva Vinyasa Level 1 Yoga Therapy Training. Begins on August 12

Deepen your practice. Engage your community as a professional yoga teacher in this level 1 Ayurveda and Yoga Therapy Training.

Yoga Alliance and IAYT accredited.

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Sattva Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda Training

1000 Hour IAYT Accredited Yoga Therapy Training

Nourish yourself while becoming a certified yoga therapist skilled in the art of yoga therapy and Ayurveda. Confidently work in collaboration with other health care professionals in medical settings or as a stand-alone wellness professional. Now available all online when enrolling by April 30th.

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80-Hour Yoga for Cancer Training

Yoga for people with cancer and chronic illness certification(3-weekend course).

Pranayoga has been a leader in teaching and serving people with cancer since developing The Pranayoga Foundation in 2009. Practicing yoga as a community is an important part of healing from cancer. Join us for this in-depth training on the conceptual framework for adapting yoga to people living with cancer and currently in treatment. Upon completion, you will understand how to adapt group classes at any level of cancer care and remission.
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100 hour Ayurveda Yoga Specialist Certification

The Alchemy of Yoga and Ayurveda to Meet you where you are.

The Ayurveda and Yoga Certification is for teachers and students wanting to infuse Ayurveda into their group classes, private sessions and personal practice. Specialize your Yoga and Ayurveda with these 4 core modules of Sattva Yoga Therapy.

Our Graduates

See those that have completed our training program.

Scholarships

To minimize barriers that many face in achieving their goals in yoga therapy.

The Pranayoga foundation and Pranayoga Institute partner together to empower people and communities to experience the transformative power of yoga.

Pranayoga Institute believes that yoga is meant for all, but that systemic injustice has created barriers to the practice of yoga. Pranayoga’s intention is to provide yoga services to individuals and groups who have been historically underrepresented or excluded in health, wellness, and yoga spaces. Including but not limited to:

  • BIPOC individuals,
  • LGBTQ+, non-binary, trans, and gender-fluid
  • People who have disabilities such as hearing, sight, physical or cognitive abilities,
  • Youth facing poverty or abuse.
  • Living in low-income areas
  • Living with Cancer and Chronic Illness
  • Experiencing or recovering from addiction and trauma


Scholarships will depend on the number and need of applicants each seasonal enrollment cycle.

Donate to the Pranayoga Foundation

Your donation helps those impacted by systemic inujstuices.

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In The News

Sattva Yoga Therapy Program

Originally published in Yoga Therapy Today, a publication of the International Association of Yoga Therapists (www.iayt.org). Shared with permission.