At Solstice Yoga School, we believe that yoga is a deeply healing practice and tradition. After you've had time to apply your 200-hour training, you're ready to expand your knowledge of asana and anatomy and deepen your understanding of yogic philosophy, and hone your teaching skills. Our 300- hour yoga teacher training is a comprehensive program of advanced yoga studies and teaching principles. As a built in part of our curriculum you will have the opportunity to choose your own electives based on your interest.
You will walk away with expertise in:
Asana and its relationship to human anatomy and biomechanics
Yogic philosophy and everyday application
Pranayama and meditation as tools for self care
Using yoga to optimize your health
Emotional intelligence, healthy communication and using yoga to self-regulate emotions
You will leave this training as a more skillful, impactful and confident yoga teacher able to affect your students on a deeper level.
This training will give you ample opportunities to learn what is sacred for you and develop a ritual and/or ceremony practice that resonates with you.
Curriculum & Program Structure
Module 1: Foundations
Sept 5, 9, 12, 17, 19 & 26
Oct 3, 10, 17, 21 & 28
Tues & Thurs 6-8p via Zoom
This module will cover the foundations of asana, yogic philosophy and Solstice Yoga cueing, sequencing and feedback guidelines.
Module 2: Core Curriculum
Jan 30 - March 17, 2024
Tues & Thurs 6-8p via Zoom
This module will deepen your knowledge of applied anatomy, advanced teaching skills, as well as techniques to personalize your practice beyond asana. This module will provide ample opportunity for advancement in meditation, ceremony and asana and for teaching and providing feedback.
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Module 3: Electives
Choose your own workshops up to a minimum of 30 Hours
Living Yoga with Integrity (virtual)
Happy Hips (virtual)
Balance Yoga Chakras, Balance Your Life (virtual)
Pranayama (coming soon)
How to Teach Workshops (coming soon)
Module 4: Mentorship & Practice
50 Hours via Zoom
Schedule to be determined upon enrollment
This module includes 1 on 1 meetings with your mentor, homework assignments and other personalized and goal specific practices.
300 Hour Curriculum includes:
Application of Anatomy to Yoga
Deeper Level Adjusting, Hands-on Assists, & Bodywork
Intelligent Sequencing For Privates, Workshops, & Advanced Classes
Modern Day Application of Traditional Yoga Philosophy
Teaching Techniques to Improve Pranayama & Meditation
Deeper Level Intent Setting with Chakras & Energetics
Opportunities to Observe & Give Feedback Using Yoga Methodology
Our 300 Hour program is customizable and can be completed at your own pace in as short as 9 months or as long as 24 months. Upon enrollment, you will be contacted by our Yoga Director to plan your personal timeline and goals for completion of your certification.
300 Hour Training Prerequisites:
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification
Minimum 50 Hours of teaching yoga classes
Requirements to Complete
300 Hour Training:
Attend all program hours
Complete assigned readings and homework
Complete observation & feedback forms
Complete tuition payments
300 Hour Tuition - $4,700
$750 non-refundable deposit due at enrollment
Payment plan options available. For more info, please email email@example.com
500 E-RYT, 200 E-RYT, YACEP
500 E-RYT, 200 E-RYT, YACEP
BA, 200 Hour YT
Clair Thomas is a seasoned yoga instructor and co-owner of Solstice Yoga School in Las Vegas, with over X years of experience. She is passionate about promoting overall well-being and spiritual, physical, and emotional health through yoga, Reiki, and building value-based branding and culture. Clair specializes in yoga philosophy, Ayurveda, mobility, and nutrition, teaching an infusion of Forrest, Baptiste, and Budokon yoga. She also coaches yoga teachers and Reiki practitioners and develops curriculum for Solstice Yoga School's 300-hour teacher training. Clair has an impressive list of certifications, including a 300 Hour Advanced YTT and a Budokon Yoga Teacher Certification, as well as Reiki and other fitness and coaching certifications. Her approach to teaching is that of a storyteller and puzzle builder, taking different learnings and weaving them together into a beautiful tapestry. Outside of yoga, Clair enjoys hiking, camping, horseback riding, game night with friends, and eating amazing food. Fun fact: she was born in Germany and believes she was Cuban in a past life.
Adriana Lee is a Las Vegas born yoga teacher and yoga teacher trainer. She is all about self discovery and empowerment through yoga. She teaches her students how to breathe, how to feel, & how to get reacquainted with their bodies. As a teacher, she breaks down big concepts & complicated poses into bite sized pieces to make them more accessible. Her teaching is based in anatomy & biomechanics. Students leave the class feeling refreshed, connected to their bodies, & empowered.
She says, “My yoga journey began when I was too young to understand the importance of what I was learning - I thought it was just exercise. But it made an imprint on me. Later, yoga helped me to heal past traumas, body dysmorphia, & more. It became my safe haven. I learned to be strong, resilient, & most importantly I learned how to navigate my emotions rather than numb them. That’s what made me want to teach. I wanted to teach people to heal their own minds and bodies.“ Her intention is to share what she has learned about the magic of movement & the bliss of being.
Samantha Okumura is a yoga instructor with over 7 years of experience teaching group and private classes. She believes that yoga is a powerful tool for healing physical and emotional trauma, and her classes prioritize intelligent sequencing, alignment, and the subtle aspects of the practice to help students build a sustainable and strong self-care practice.
Samantha has taught vinyasa, hatha, and restorative yoga classes in the Bay Area and Las Vegas, specializing in adaptive yoga for neurological injuries and disorders as well as pain management. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Physiology from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and holds several certifications, including 200 Hour YTT Dragonfly Yoga + Wellness, ACE Personal Trainer, and ACE MediCupping.
Samantha is the Director of Operations and Co-Owner of Solstice Yoga School, which she founded to provide access to healing for all. She teaches Hatha, vinyasa, and restorative yoga, with a focus on adaptive yoga for spinal cord injuries, Multiple Sclerosis, and stroke.
In her approach to teaching, Samantha prioritizes fluidity while remaining grounded in anatomy. She encourages her students to discover their own spirituality and connection to something universal through their yoga practice.
Outside of yoga, Samantha enjoys spending time with her family in nature, reading fiction, and crafting.