300 Hr Training Yoga Alliance Yoga Facilitator Program 2022/2023 (All online and open internationally)


Friday 5-8pm MST

Sat & Sun 7am-4pm MST


September 16-18 

October 21-23 

November 18-20 

December 16-18

January 20-22 

February 17-19 

March 17-19 

April 14-16 

May 19-21 

June 16-18

July 14-16 

August 18-20


Supporter  $4,000 Canadian + 5% tax

Community $4,200 Canadian + 5% tax 

Sustainer $4,400 Canadian + 5% tax

 *The value of the training is $4200 CDN however we offer a self-determined way to invest in the training based on your access to financial and social resources. All participants receive the same access training material.
Please choose the self-determined amount.

Space is limited for the online event.

To reserve your spot please send a $1000 (Canadian) deposit to this PayPal

After you send your deposit, we will email you a receipt, and you can inform us of which price you will choose to pay from the above options.

The remainder of the payment will be due before the course starts, September 15th.

There is one 50% scholarship available. Email below to apply!

Pre-requisite: a year of practice or a 200 hr yoga teacher training. If you are a seasoned practitioner and do not have a 200 hr Certification, contact us to discuss. This is a Yoga Alliance Course, if you choose to complete a 500 hr with YA, you will need to have completed a 200 hr before the course start date. 

How advanced does my practice need to be?: To get the most out of this time together, the suggestion is that you have a steady practice and the intention to have a home practice if you don’t already.

How much can I miss: We understand life happens and that a lot can transpire in a year. You are able to miss one full weekend (22.5 hours) with suggested make-up work. For those who miss more than that, the suggestion to obtain your certificate through Yoga Alliance will be to invest in a private session with one of the lead facilitators at a time that works ($150 Canadian) to recap on the work missed.

Will this be recorded: The Friday evening workshops will be recorded. To meet YA standards, the weekend immersions will have an expectation of showing up in-person and live! 

Application: Upon registration, we will send you an application so we can get to know your bit more! You might share your chosen areas for growth, your intention, and your practice preferences.

Course Overview 


1. Contemporary

1.a body of water or air moving in a definite direction.

synonym: flow

This 300 hour yoga alliance teacher training was developed by Lydia Zamorano and Erin Evans. We believe in Yoga as a fluid methodology, ever-changing, evolving, and rooted in community.
Together we dive into the vast topic of self-discovery and discipline, as a way to foster community care and recognize interbeing. This program is for teachers who wish to continue to find the strength or their voice, deepen their understanding of yoga, and refine their vinyasa karma skills (intelligent sequencing).

Why 'The Current' yoga training?

*Deep and integrative study of Yoga Sutras and the Bhavagad Gita 

*Improve your ability to sequence to suit all levels

*Develop a home practice that suits, sustains and supports your life

*Nourishing inspiration and how to find it when you feel dull 

*Develop daily contemplative practices

*Refine your teaching voice

*Branding and Business

*20 hr Trauma-informed course with Nicola Mosely 

Module Content: 

20 hr Trauma-Informed Foundational Training with Nicola Mosely (she/they)


30 hrs of embodied anatomy with Lindsey Williams (she/her)


Ayurveda for the nervous system With Simmi Latulippe (she/her)


Social justice with Eldie Forget (they/them)


Buddhism, social justice and teachings from "A Queer Dharma" with Jacoby Ballard (he/they)


Yoga nidra breaks with Sarah Harvie (she/her)


Holding effective space for healing to take place with Sarah Jeffrey (she/her)


Using props (with a sprinkle of activism) with Jeff Mah (he/him)


As well as: 

Asana, pranayama, meditation 

Yoga philosophy, ethics

Business of Yoga facilitation 

If some of you are interested in signing up, and want to get started on the reading list, here it is: 

A Queer Dharma

Trauma-Informed Yoga for Survivors of Sexual Assault: Practices for Healing and Teaching with Compassion

For more information contact Lydia and Erin at: