Prasada 200 Hour Teacher Training Program


Prasada Teacher Training, Directed by Michelle Plante E-RYT 500, is a comprehensive training course designed to deepen students’ understanding of yoga and allow them to bring the gift of yoga to others (although students need not want to teach to benefit from this course).

Participants will immerse themselves in understanding yoga through Patanjali’s Eight-Limb path, a classical approach to understanding yoga philosophy. The majority of time will be dedicated to building an understanding of how to teach yoga asana (postures), pranayama (breathing and breath control), and meditation(concentration and mindfulness) techniques, which will give students the tools necessary to teach in any style and in any setting. Specific training will be given in the Ashtanga Yoga tradition, as well as form and alignment inspired techniques from various styles of hatha yoga. Other traditions will be explored to inspire one’s own unique style of teaching. Students will leave the course fully understanding the body through practical and energetic anatomy, physiology and biomechanics and will graduate qualified to teach yoga to all levels as well as to some special needs populations.

Located in North Hampton NH, Prasada Teacher Training is a fully recognized and accredited course through the National Yoga Alliance. Students will receive RYT-200 (registered yoga teacher) status upon completion and submission of certificate.

10 Weekends
Friday      6:00 - 9:00pm
Saturday 9:30 - 5:30pm
Sunday    8:00 - 4:00pm

September 21-23    
October  19-21
November  9-11
December  7-9
January 11-13
February  15-17
March 29-31
April 12-14
May   3-5
June 7-9


Michelle Plante

graduated from the Yoga of Energy Flow 200 Hour RYT program led by Dana Lincoln and Daniel Orlansky, then  completed her 300 hour Advanced Teacher Training through Boston Yoga School led by Ame Wren and Kevin Courtney in 2015.  With an emphasis on clear alignment and focused breath, her classes prioritize providing the space for self exploration. As the director of Prasada Yoga Center and the Prasada Yoga Center Teacher Training program, she is dedicated to holding an inviting and peaceful space to share with the seacoast yoga community and to always remaining a committed student of yoga.