300 Hour Advanced Studies
Yoga Teacher Training

Join Tam Burke, Matt Gasmovic, 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 here.

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

SOL 19 firmly believes 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 fields 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.

Required Modules for Certification

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

The 2023 training has begun and will finish in 2024. Our next round of training will begin in January of 2025.

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Optional Modules for Certification

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.

Fire Offerings

Rocket Yoga
Yoga Sculpt
Hot Yoga

Earth Offerings

Yin Yoga 25-hour immersion
Ashtanga 25-hour immersion

Water Offerings

Advanced back bending 10-hour immersion
Prenatal Yoga 25-hour immersion

Air Offerings

Breathwork and energetic healing 25-hour immersion

FAQs

No.  

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

Tuition

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.

Early Bird

$2,400 for Required Modules paid in full by the deadline).

300-hour trainees receive 10% off of all early bird pricing for elective modules.

Full Tuition

$2,750 for Required Modules, $500 deposit to reserve your spot. 

300 hour trainees receive 10% off of the elective module pricing.

Payment Plans

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.

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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

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.

Jesse Seymour, SOL 19 Yoga Teacher

Jesse Seymour

SPECIALTY LECTURER

Jesse Seymour is an E-RYT 500 and has been practicing yoga and meditation for over 15 years. He has a special kinship with the living spirit of Yoga and its many limbs. He teaches Vinyasa, Yin Yoga, Progressive Ashtanga (Rocket), and Hot Yoga.

Dr. Ben Williams

Yoga Studies

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 Ph.D. 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. 

Dr. Robert Adams

Anatomy and Inversions

Robert earned his Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and is Board Certified in Orthopedics. He has also been teaching Yoga since 2013, teaching at Ape Co Movement School since 2016, and continues to be interested in working with active populations.

Robert has been training and teaching handstands for over 10 years and uses his education from his career in physical therapy to teach anatomy for yoga teachers. He approaches anatomy in an applied and functional way that involves learning by moving and seeing others move.

Maggie Hippman

Vedic Astrology

Maggie has been a student of Vedic Astrology and Ayurveda since 2010 and has studied with respected teachers in both India and the United States. She is connected to the lineage of Shri Achyutananda Das of Odisha (1510)—a 16th-century poet, seer, author, and prolific astrologer who was schooled in the traditional Vedic texts from a young age. It is through this connection to a genuine root that Maggie is able to offer astrological insight that is grounded in methods in use for thousands of years.

Maggie is also a Svastha Acharya (Ayurvedic Practitioner), trained through AYU Academy, and integrates Ayurveda with Astrology to understand and address the root causes of disease. She teaches astrology and meditation courses and mentors introductory students of astrology in addition to seeing individual Astrology and Ayurveda clients.