A wonderful way to assess if a training program is for you is to hear directly from its graduates!  

 

Flow's Teacher Training began in 2005 and it is an unparalleled experience and recognized & respected throughout the area and beyond.   Our alumni can be found teaching at Flow and studios spanning the globe, working at spas, gyms, corporations and non-profit organizations, offering private one-one instruction and four have opened their own successful studios!  We are proud to have the highest review rating on the Yoga Alliance  and invite you hear directly from our graduates to give you an insider's view on their experiences.      

 

Flow’s 200-hour teacher training was a transformative experience — a friendly environment where I was supported, challenged, and encouraged to explore and find my own voice. I immersed myself in all the program had to offer and emerged with a well-rounded foundation for my ongoing yogic education that has sparked a lifelong passion for study, practice, and teaching. I am so grateful!
— Caroline Weaver, Flow Teacher
One of my favorite elements of the Flow’s teacher training program is the variety of experiences it offer prospective teachers. From Ashtanga to Jivamukti, classical Hatha Yoga to the revolutionary Prana Flow, students have the opportunity to taste various styles and then incorporate these principles into a unique and evolutionary approach to their own study of yoga. This all culminates in an ignited expression of teaching that is based on continual learning - it doesn’t get better than that.
— Greg Marzullo, Flow Teacher, Author
I spent a lot of time researching where to take yoga teacher training and am above and beyond happy and satisfied with Flow’s program. The studio itself is warm and welcoming. The teachers that run the program are knowledgeable, experienced and supportive. It’s the most non-judgemental, fun and accepting environment; no matter your yoga skill level or experience. The best part was that we touched on so many types and styles of yoga and there was a perfect balance between physical practice, philosophy, spirituality, anatomy and more. The teachers and training group were always available for questions and extra help. Flow Yoga Center’s YTT was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made and it truly changed my life! I left the training well-rounded, confident and ready to conquer the world!
— Arlet Koseian, extendYoga owner/founder
Teacher training at Flow was truly transformational - it transformed not just my yoga study but the direction of my life! The training is completely comprehensive, covering everything from yoga philosophy to flowing vinyasa, sequencing to sanskrit, anatomy to assisting. The guest teachers are full of knowledge and experience, giving the training a rich fullness and providing each trainee with a rare and unique experience. It prepared me to be the teacher and leader that I am today and i am eternally grateful to Debra and all the teachers at Flow.
— Carissa Ciuca, Breathing Room Owner/Director
“My first yoga teacher training was at Flow and was such an inspiring experience. I loved the multitude of teachers and modalities we explored and the focus of turning to your own practice to teach from. It is still my favorite teacher training experience and very much set the ground for teacher I’ve become over the past nine years.”
— Mary Beth LaRue, LA-Based Yoga Teacher, Life Design Coach, & Writer
This experience CHANGED MY LIFE. Not only did it deepen my yoga practice, but it taught me patience with myself and others, to look at people in a different way, and compassion on a whole new level. The teachers are PHENOMENAL and you will love every second. I didn’t want it to end!
— Sandy Johnson Sisk
As I sit here finishing up my assignments, i have to pause and recommend this amazing training I just went through. In my opinion, no other studio in the dmv area even comes close to what Flow Yoga Center has to offer (and trust me i’ve made my rounds). Now imagine being trained by flows best teachers. Every guest teacher that comes in is like the mvp of the workshop they are teaching.
Even after the training, as I deepen my own practice, and start to teach, I feel so much support from my teachers Brittanie , Cory, and Debra Perlson. They have so many students who admire them, but they always make time to answer my millions of questions and ask how I am doing. Whether you want to teach, or just learn more about yoga, I cannot recommend this enough. I loved every single hour of it, it changed my world, and I just wish I could do it all over again.
— Stephanie Zabenah
Just taking a moment to encourage any of my yogi friends (and friends of friends, please share!) to consider Flow’s teacher training program this fall. As many of you know, I completed it this June after years of contemplation (and a bit of fear) and can attest to it being one of the best programs out there. Yes, it is 200 hours. Yes, it is challenging, intense, and demanding, both physically and emotionally. But it is without a doubt one of the best and most transformative experiences of my life and has brought me so many new experiences and dear friends, and I would do it all over again in a heartbeat. Debra Perlson Mishalove, Brittanie DeChino, Cory Bryant, and Catherine Zack are among the most gifted, supportive, and inspiring teachers I have ever had and truly teach all eight limbs of yoga by example every day. I am more than happy to answer any questions about my experience—please don’t hesitate to send me a message.
— Sarah Wachtel
If you are a yoga student and have ever thought about either deepening your own practice or sharing it with others, I HIGHLY RECOMMEND! I completed this same training over the course of 4 months from Fall 2012-January 2013, and it - quite literally - was life changing. Aside from the variety of disciplines you learn about - from jivamukti to ashtanga to yoga nidra to prana flow - you gain a real foundation in what it means to be ‘in the seat of a teacher’, anatomy, sequencing, assists, the philosophical underpinnings and history of the practice, and really strengthen your own understanding of poses and how they feel in your own body. I’ve been struggling ever since to decide which advanced training to do to reach my 500 hour, and with such a good experience as my base, it’s a hard decision to make!
Perhaps, though, the best part is the people. Going through a training like this is pure personal development. It’s raw, it’s real, and some of the fellow students - and teachers - on the journey with you will be come souls sisters and brothers for life.
— Jennifer Atala, Yoga Teacher in Palestine