inquire + inspire

200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training








“If you want to learn something, read about it. If you want to understand something, write about it. If you want to master something, teach it.” 

~ Yogi Bhajan











Inquire + Inspire 200 Hour Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training program meets the curriculum standards developed by the Yoga Alliance and is conducted by a qualified instructor (E-RYT 200, RYT 500), Erica Blitz. Students who complete this 200 Hour Vinyasa Teacher Training program will:

• Deepen their practice and understanding of yoga
• Understand how to structure and create a cohesive, well-rounded yoga class
• Have a basic understanding of yoga philosophy
• Embrace the confidence and teaching tools to begin teaching yoga

Trainees will be encouraged and empowered to develop both as individuals and as teachers. The aim of this training is to cultivate skill, passion, and intelligence to be able to teach authentically no matter what challenges students may encounter. Students who complete the course will feel confident in their ability to teach safely and effectively with insight into the practices of yoga.


The foundation of this course is the practice and study of yoga asana. Students will have the opportunity to:

• Study, tailor and grow their own yoga practice.
• Gain a greater understanding of the asanas.
• Learn to effectively sequence a yoga class - the process of aligning poses in a way to evolve into progressively deeper poses smoothly.
• Gain insight into their own habitual behaviors and learn the tools and skills needed for transformation.
• Strengthening their authentic voices.
• Learn to work with injuries + prenatal students.
• Enhance communication skills.
• Teach clearly and specifically.
• Develop personal and professional ethics and boundaries in teaching.

This course provides a very strong, practical foundation of yoga. As such, it is an important and highly valuable course for yoga practioners and aspiring teachers alike. Feedback from this program's graduates and word of mouth about the program is exceptional. This course is very well rounded with its main focus on learning how to be a safe teacher by attending to students' needs and creating a safe environment for any level of class.

The main focus of the asana is grounded in the Krishnamacharya lineage with a focus on Vinyasa flow. This in-depth training also includes specialty areas of teaching such as teaching pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, restorative classes, yoga for beginners, and how to welcome a prenatal student into your class. This program also explores ayurveda, subtle body, and anatomy (as related to yoga asana and functional movement) which leaves students with a strong understanding of these complimentary sister sciences.

The philosophy component of the program mainly focuses on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras and participants will leave with a good understanding of this philosophy through a combination of in-class discussions and homework. In addition, trainees will explore the history of yoga and be able to apply concepts pertaining to the origins of yoga as well as its philosophical underpinnings to their students in their classes.















The intention of curriculum, reading, practices, assignments, course requirements and thoroughness of process reflects a desire to instill excellence and discernment in successful teachers. Feedback on the homework assignments - which are designed to reinforce in-class information and students’ understanding of the information provided - will be given.

This training is invaluable for those wishing to teach or for students seeking to deepen their practice and understanding of yoga. Like any quality learning experience trainees will have information to draw upon long after the program is over. This course is one of the best investments students could make in their selves physically, mentally and spiritually. Students will leave with a stronger asana practice and deeper understanding that yoga is a way of life.

Like yoga, this course is a transformative experience. Like alchemy, we work to create a sealed container for the transformation to take place. As such, the training serves as a sacred circle designed for your growth and development. Friendships will develop that will long outlast the experience of teacher training. 

This course provides a very strong, practical foundation of yoga. As such, it is a highly valuable course for yoga students and teachers alike. Feedback from this program’s graduates and word of mouth about the program is exceptional. We hope you will join us!

Pssssttttt ... if you want to hear what other trainees have said about this program, have a listen over here.

"A good teacher is one who willl not give you an answer but allows you to find the answer in yourself. A teacher is a guide; she will show you that the answer is inside you."




It is recommended that students have had at least 6-12 months of regular practice prior to the start of the course. Participating in this training will be a profound experience, taking you to places in your body and mind that you never thought possible. We will be doing lots and lots of yoga ... and then a little more ... and you will be required to practice for at least 12 hours per week.

Please note: A flexible body free of injuries is not a requirement for this training. In fact, I ENCOURAGE people with all body types and those with physical challenges to consider this program. Yoga is at heart a practice of meeting the body where it is at, and then working within yourself to slowly and respectfully move deeper. The struggles and challenges you may face through the course of this training will only make you a better teacher. If you are waiting for the day when you can finally get your foot behind your head to become a teacher or commit to take your practice to the next level, you may be denying yourself the opportunity of a lifetime. Come as you are.


For full course curriculum and registration, please contact Simona:








"Though you can love what you do not master, you cannot master what you do not love."

~Mokokoma Mokhonoana