Teaching Skills – Teaching Inspired Classes Rooted in Technical Excellence

Join YuMee Chung, the Toronto Star’s resident yoga columnist and creator of The Moves, a weekly yoga video series. YuMee is known for her uplifting, breath-driven classes and intelligent, organic  sequencing, she is a kind-hearted and relatable teacher who communicates about the most subtle and nuanced parts of the yogic journey with  clarity and grace.

This is a yoga teaching skills module designed to foster inspired teaching rooted in technical excellence. This unique 100-hour program will shine light on often overlooked aspects of the teaching practice that can make a good class great, and a great class feel like pure magic.

This module is designed for certified yoga instructors who are deeply committed to the craft of teaching and are ready to lead students with renewed creativity and confidence. Participants can expect to: deepen their self-awareness and capacity for accurate self-assessment; deconstruct poor teaching habits; move past teaching ruts and plateaus; and uncover authentic teaching voices that speak powerfully to students. You will leave this module with renewed energy, purpose, and a greater capacity to change lives.

We start from the premise that the only thing more important than what you say is how you say it. This training is not a comprehensive teacher training in that it doesn’t explicitly cover what to teach. Instead, this training covers the nuts and bolts of how to teach. It will allow you to communicate what you’ve learned in previous trainings with greater ease and virtuosity. Expect lots of diagnostic and engaged learning exercises, as well as daily opportunities for focused practice teaching.

Please note that this training can be taken independently or as part of our 300 hour Registered Yoga Teacher Training Program. For more information on taking this module as part of our 300 hour program please email april@lostnfoundyoga.com.

The Investment

100 hours of rich content delivered over 6 weekends:

September 16-17 2023: Taking The Seat of the Teacher

October 21-22, 2023: The Language of Yoga

November 25 – 26, 2023: The Teaching Toolkit and the Art of Sequencing

January 6-7, 2024: Breath, Time and Music Playlists

February 24-25, 2024: Teaching Privates, Workshop, Retreats and Becoming a Yoga Entrepreneur


See below to register or give us a call at (905) 682-4469.