Join Tam Burke, Taylor Johnson and guest teachers on a journey into the practice of yoga.

Training Overview

Our 300 hour module-based Teacher Training program is designed for teachers and dedicated practitioners to take the next step in their training and expand further upon their yoga journey. Get ready to dive deep into the art of advanced teaching, sequencing & assisting, in-depth pranayama & meditation, energy work, yogic texts, integrated yoga anatomy, and so much more. This training is a guide to help you step into your power, find your voice, connect with your higher self, and feel empowered as a leader and teacher.

Within our modular system, there are required core modules that are offered over 6-weekends throughout the year. Outside of these modules you have the autonomy to choose your own path of education to complete your training hours based on what inspires you most. Selecting at minimum one elective from elements of Fire, Earth, Water, and Air you will have ample opportunity to balance your practice, and finish our program at your pace. 

The elective modules of this training are to be completed within two years from the start date. If this isn’t possible with your schedule, please reach out to our YTT staff at YTT@sol19yoga.com.

Upon completion of training, students with 200HR certification through Yoga Alliance will be eligible to register as 500HR RYT.

At SOL we firmly believe in providing the highest quality education possible for our teachers and students. Our training is facilitated by highly trained and experienced yoga teachers, and professionals within their respective field of work and study. Tam and Tay are the lead facilitators of our 300 hour program. They are joined by a team of guest teachers, all of which are masters in their field, E-RYT 500, or have doctorate degrees.

Advanced Teaching Skills 1+2 - 50 hours
Spirit Weekend - 25 hours
SOL Alignment (Anatomy) - 25 hours
Cosmic Weekend - 25 hours
Finals Weekend - 25 hours

Required curriculum total hours: 150 hours

Required Module Dates 2023:
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Fire – 50-hour offerings:
- Rocket Yoga
- Yoga Sculpt
- Hot Yoga
Earth offerings:
- 25 hour Yin Yoga
- 25 hour Ashtanga
Water offerings:
- 10 hour Advanced Backbending
- 25 hour Prenatal Yoga
Air offerings:
- 25 hour Acro Yoga
- 20 hour Yoga Nidra

120 remaining hours are to be completed through your elective courses. Complete at least one module from each element found above, multiple electives may be taken from the same element.



No, to take the 300 hour program you will need previous yoga teacher training experience.


As this is a modular 300 hour program total tuition pricing will vary. Total tuition will average at about $4,000 depending on the elective path you choose. 10% discounts are available for 300-hour trainees on all elective modules of Fire, Earth, Water, Air. Early Bird prices are applicable for this 10% discount, and will be the most cost effective approach to your tuition.


$2,400 for Required Modules (paid in full by 11/7/22). 300 hour trainees receive 10% off of all early bird pricing for elective modules.


$2,750 for Required Modules, $500 deposit to reserve your spot. 300 hour trainees receive 10% off of the elective module pricing. 


Payment plans are available for this program & elective modules. 100% of tuition
payment must be received in full
prior to the last day of the month the training occurs. 

Your Teaching Team

Tam Burke


Tamara is a Co-Owner of SOL 19 and an           E-RYT 500. Tamara completed training with Charlotte Yoga in Charlotte, NC and Sampoorna Yoga in Goa, India. Tamara has completed trainings in Power Vinyasa, Rocket, Ashtanga, Yin, Meditation and other modalities, collectively she has over 1000 hours of yoga related trainings to draw inspiration from. 

Taylor Johnson


Taylor Johnson is the Yoga Quality and Programming Manager at SOL 19 and is an E-RYT 500. Taylor completed training with CorePower in Denver, CO and with Bodhi Yoga Academy under Irene Pappas and
Sam Vetrano in Costa Rica. Taylor is trained in Power Vinyasa, Acro Vinyasa, Rocket Yoga, Ashtanga, Buti Yoga, and Yin. Collectively she has over 1500 hours of yoga related trainings.

Dr. Matt Lyon


Dr. Lyon holds a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. He has the highest degree of certification in Network Spinal and Somato Respiratory Integration. He is certified in Applied Kinesiology, with over 600 hours of training. He has studied with Dr. Donny Epstein, Dr. Walter Schmitt, and was also deeply and personally impacted by his time and work with a Spiritual Master from India. He was initiated into profound breath practices and ancient meditation practices – all of which date back some 5,000 years. Dr. Lyon has taught meditation and breath work for nearly three decades.

Bodhi Klemna


Bodhi is a level 2 Kundalini Yoga Instructor with 12 years and over 10,000 hours of experience. He is an E-RYT, with additional certifications in Yin, and Yoga Education. Bodhi is also a black belt in Japanese Ninjutsu, and a Mantra musician. He blends all of his qualifications to create a unique and powerful offering of breathwork, kriya, meditation, chanting, and live music. 

Malia Eli


Malia has a Bachelors of Exercise Science with a concentration in Health Promotion. Her passion has always been exploring the intricacies of the human body and acknowledging the innate way to self heal. Eventually her passion led her to India where she obtained her 500 RYT and discovered one of the oldest healthcare systems in the world, Ayurveda. Malia is a Women’s Ayurvedic Practitioner and Ayurvedic chef. Along with Ayurveda, she incorporates other modalities such as, Arvigo’s self-care, Mayan Abdominal Massage, doula work, and cacao ceremonies. Malia additionally has 30 hours in the Back-bending Method from LAAIC. 

Keri Wenzel


Keri is an E-RYT 500 yoga instructor. She studied under Tom Quinn, Quinn Kearny, Geri Bleier, and Claire Mark at Yoga view Chicago. Her trainings have focused on human anatomy, proper alignment, safe adjustments & assists, as well as yoga philosophy & meditation. Her teaching is grounded in traditional vinyasa flow. Through continued training, and in becoming a mother herself three times over, Keri has also developed a deep love and passion for teaching prenatal yoga.

Marissa Angeletti​


Marissa Angeletti is a somatic therapist, Ayurvedic practitioner, movement-based trauma specialist, and therapeutic movement educator and practitioner. Her passion for embodied and holistic health runs parallel to her passion for holistic, embodied learning. She holds an MA in Somatic Psychology: Dance/Movement Therapy from Naropa University; is an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Coach through Shakti School with Katie Silcox, and is a 500-hr Ayurvedic Yoga Teacher through Kripalu. She is inspired to close the perceived gap between the body and the mind, and help you see the ways in which the two are inextricably connected. Whether in a group class or one-on-one session, Marissa is interested in empowering her students and clients to access deeper, more holistic levels of personal insight and growth in order to create a greater sense of wholeness, health, and fulfillment.

While they share a similar practice, their varied perspectives and applications vary, providing students with a well rounded and holistic experience of Ashtanga Yoga. Their knowledge and application of Ashtanga yoga is both “Traditional” and “Progressive”. In their approach, students will learn and refine the rules to go beyond them.

Mike Ninomiya


For 39 years Mike Ninomiya has explored martial arts as the pursuit of self awareness. Much of Mike’s experience comes from exploring the depths of martial arts as a means of self realization.  He is a lineage holder, international teacher, and author. 

Dr. Ben Williams

Dr. Ben Williams is a scholar of Indian religions and an Assistant Professor of Yoga Studies and Hinduism at Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado. He has also received extensive training in Indian philosophy, literature, and aesthetics in Sanskrit sources. Ben completed his PhD in the Department of South Asian Studies at Harvard University. Since arriving at Naropa University, he has helped launch an MA program in Yoga Studies, and currently serves as the program lead. In addition to his scholarly training, Ben grew up in a traditional Indian guru lineage and is a life-long practitioner of meditation and yoga.