200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Join Tam Burke, Matt Gasmovic, SOL 19 Teachers, and Guest Teachers on a journey into the practice of yoga.

Training Overview

Join SOL 19 this spring for our upcoming 200-hour Yoga Teacher training. This yoga teacher training is open to all levels; we only ask that you come with an open heart and a commitment to deepen your practice. This program welcomes all practitioners, including those ready to teach, and those who would like to deepen their personal practice and knowledge of yoga without the intention to teach.

Our training is more than the physicality of yoga, as we will dive deep into the roots of yoga, and apply these ancient teachings to your practice and daily life. This training will go beyond teaching you how to become a yoga teacher, and will encourage you to step out of your fear-based stories to empower you to step into a practice of self-love – this training is a journey within. We at SOL 19 believe that our spiritual journey is never a destination but a constant evolution.

Our 200-hour program will concentrate on Power Vinyasa, however, this training will introduce you to other styles of yoga so that you may step into a lifelong practice.

Each day students will live their yoga through meditation, breathwork, practice, group discussion, lectures, workshops, practice teaching, and more. We’d like to ensure you that not everyone who joins our programs wants to become a yoga teacher, however, we will equip you with the tools you need to explore your own practice and the ability to guide others through flow. This program is a wonderful reminder, that above all else we are ALL students of the practice, especially if you desire to teach afterward.

Our Program Curriculum Includes:

  • The History of Yoga
  • Introduction to Sanskrit
  • Meditation and Pranayama
  • Pranayama
  • Anatomy of the Body through Yoga
  • Intelligent Sequencing of a Class
  • Practice Teaching
  • Adjusting (Verbal & Hands-on)
  • Introduction to the Subtle Body – Chakras
  • The Art of Arm Balancing + Inversions
  • Yoga Business & Ethics including Marketing Yourself as a Teacher

Fall 2024 Dates and Times







Paid in FULL by July 24th 2024



($500 non-refundable deposit)

Payment plan available

Paid by March 2025



($500 non-refundable deposit)

Paid by Sep 2025

If you have the desire to deepen your practice and learn more about yoga, then you are ready for this training. No amount of experience can prepare you for your first YTT.

This is like when people say I can’t do yoga, I’m not flexible enough… but that is why we go to yoga! The same applies for YTT – how will you advance your practice without training? This program has NO requirement for physical capabilities.

If not now, then when?

There is never a perfect time. You will figure it out. The one constant about life is that it’s always changing. If you feel ready now, figure out a way to make it happen now.

This is very common – but our programs are designed to help you deepen your personal practice, afterall Yoga Teachers are just students who have committed to being students for life. This teacher training has an incredible emphasis on personal evolution.

We offer at least one scholarship for $500 off tuition – we believe that yoga should be accessible to everyone. Contact us here for additional information.

We also offer payment plans and are happy to work with you. 

This is an experiential learning program, meaning that all in-person hours are important to the completion of the program and a requirement for graduation. We understand that extenuating circumstances come up, so in the event of absences we have the following guidelines in place:


  • If a student misses any in-person hours, it is their responsibility to get the missed information covered from one of their peers:
    • Depending on the content missed, the student will then be assigned additional work to make up for the in-person hours missed
  • If a student misses a specialty lecture that cannot be made up in the above format, they must do the following:
    • Schedule a private make up session with the facilitation team at a cost of $75/hour
    • In the event that a student misses a module that cannot be replicated or privately scheduled, this student will join this module in the next round of 200-hour (if there is availability) 
  • If a student misses more than 20 in-person hours, they will need to retake the program at full tuition cost (unless otherwise specified with the Program Director & Program Manager) in order to receive certification.

Apply for 200-Hour YTT


Your SOL 19 Teaching Team

Tam Burke

Program Director

Tam Burke co-owns SOL 19 Yoga Studio and an E-RYT 500. Tam completed training with Charlotte Yoga in Charlotte, NC, and Sampoorna Yoga in Goa, India. Tam has completed trainings in Power Vinyasa, Rocket, Ashtanga, Yin, Meditation, and other modalities. Collectively, she has over 1,500 hours of yoga-related trainings to draw inspiration from.

Matt Gasmovic

Breathwork Guest Lecturer

With a background in business and over 7 years of experience in corporate software sales, Matt recently crossed over into the dark side when he and Tam took over the studio in 2018 🙂 Matt now has 100 hours of training in Hot & Rocket Vinyasa yoga and has completed 100 hours of training in Sedona, Arizona studying breathwork and other healing modalities with Anahata Ananda. While Matt has plans to teach yoga asana soon, he now leads a weekly breathwork and meditation class, as well as leading and facilitating shamanic breath ceremonies.

Shauna Zapp, SOL 19 Longmont Yoga Manager

Shauna Zapp

Lead Facilitator & Coordinator

Shauna Zapp is the Teacher Training Facilitator. She is an E-RYT 200 with over 300  hours in additional trainings including Hot, Acro, Rocket, Rocket Level 2, Sculpt, and Yin. Shauna originally trained with Core Power Boulder in 2012, and has been teaching for over 8 years. She is currently studying with Sol's Advanced Studies Program and is on the path of becoming an E-RYT-500.

Maren Madsen, SOL 19 Yoga Teacher

Maren Madsen


Maren Madsen is a Power Vinyasa and Sculpt teacher at SOL 19. She previously taught movement in the form of dance for over five years but was called to teach and share the practice of yoga. Maren completed her 200-hour Power Vinyasa training with SOL 19. She also holds 50 hours in Rocket Vinyasa and 50 hours in Yoga Sculpt. Maren is also studying in SOL's 300-hour Advanced Studies Program.

Divya Bellur

Speciality Lecturer: History and Philosophy

Divya Bellur is an RYT 200 and graduated from a 200-hour Power Vinyasa Training through SOL 19. She is currently studying in SOL 19's 300-hour Advanced Studies Program and also holds 25 hours in Yin training. Divya was introduced to yoga as a young child growing up in Mysore, India. During the course of her 200 yoga teacher training, she was introduced to yogic science and philosophical ideas, which seemed familiar to her in the way she was raised. Also, she took it upon herself to dive deep into some of these subjects of Philosophy, Mythology, and Yoga Sutras, and she eagerly wants to share this knowledge with her students.

Kate Pyle, SOL 19 Yoga Teacher

Kate Pyle

Guest Lecturer: Prenatal Yoga

Originally from Australia, Kate has spent many years travelling studying Yoga, and exploring her inner and outer world. From Indonesia to Sri Lanka, South Africa, New Zealand, and the United States, she incorporates these lessons in her practice and aims to deliver creative and dynamic flows that explore our physical and mental limitations to find a deep place of connection to the self, the physical body, each other, and the universe. Kate’s style is down-to-earth and approachable, her overall aim is to make everyone feel comfortable, confident, and challenged on the mat and hold space to explore what Yoga can bring to life both on and off the mat.

Malia Eli

Guest Lecturer: Intro to Ayurveda, and Advanced Backbends

Malia’s passion is to explore the intricacies of the human body while acknowledging the innate ways in which one can self-heal. In 2013, her passion led her to India where she discovered one of the oldest healthcare systems in the world, Ayurveda. Ayurveda is one of the oldest constructs in embodying overall health and well-being. Malia is a Women's Ayurvedic Practitioner and Maya Abdominal Therapist. Along with Ayurveda, she is a RYT- 500 yoga instructor, womb wisdom facilitator, and herbalist.