Nicolai Bachman

3 CEUS $50/per session

November 16, 2019 

9am - 12pm: Personal Practices: Kriya-Yoga, Asana and Pranayama

The last three niyama-s (personal practices) make up a synergistic triad of tools that support the other limbs of yoga, and are necessary for bringing about real, lasting change and cultivating an inner orientation. Refining and unblocking the body and breath prepare us for our journey inward.


1pm - 4pm: Turning Inward: Pratyahara and Samyama

Focusing our attention in a single place centers our heart-mind, ending outer sensory distractions and moving us deep into our inner light of awareness. The final four limbs cultivate a sattvic heart-mind and a higher state of consciousness.


15CEUS  $300 / Must have 200RYT

October 11-13, 2019 | Friday 5:30-8:30pm, Saturday 8-4:30pm, Sunday 8-12:30pm

Bringing over ten years of experience teaching yoga in a range of outreach communities, including mental health facilities, hospitals, schools, and community centers, the facilitators of this elective will provide intensive instruction on yoga’s relationship to brain development, trauma, and mental health, along with a practicum on how to teach to both adults and adolescents in outreach settings. While participants will primarily learn about teaching beyond the studio, information and practices will also help participants better meet all the needs of all students, including those in the studio. As a participant, you will participate in varied class structures, learn how to adapt a practice from the mat to the chair, and practice what you’ve learned in real time.

This program will be led by:
Veronika Martin, Indigo Yoga Outreach Instructor, 500RYT, MA in Sociology, former work with kids in non-profit group home setting, and private school classroom

Brandy Quinn, Indigo Yoga Outreach Instructor, 500RYT, Ph.D. in Education (Developmental Science), MA in Teaching, Assistant Professor of Education (Texas Christian University), former K-12 Teacher

*Refunds only valid with at least 48 hours notice prior to workshop’s start.





8CEUS  $99 

August 10, 2019 | 8:00am -5:00pm

Join January Shannon and Sonia Milano for this all day elective that will further your working knowledge of hands-on assists. Utilizing Baptiste methodology, you will go beyond the basics and learn deepening and therapeutic adjustments that will further your value as an instructor and empower you to adapt assists to meet any student’s needs. This workshop is suitable for 200-hour certified yoga instructors with previous assisting training.

Voice Training & Public Speaking, Presentation, & Performance Skills

voice and public speaking

8CEU credits $99


At Brooke Hamblet Teacher Training School, we want you to be heard as well as seen. While all yoga teacher trainings emphasize modeling and practice, most fail to develop an impactful spoken presence. In our voice coaching and public speaking elective, join BHTTS expert contributor, Douglas Davidson, in a journey to find your true voice. The world is waiting for what you have to say — BHTTS can help you share it. This workshop is open to anyone who wants to further his/her skill and comfort with voice and public speaking.

Douglas Davidson is an acting teacher and director of Shadow Dance Film & Theater Dramaworks. Davidson encourages students to free their performative instincts. His professional instruction banishes stage fright and shows students how to speak confidently in any situation. Davidson’s inventive approach uses group exercises and games in a supportive environment, where participants grow in themselves and develop performance skills for life.

*Refunds only valid with at least 48 hours notice prior to workshop’s start.