Take your love of Let Your Yoga Dance® one step further by becoming a certified Let Your Yoga Dance® instructor.
Learn More about Let Your Yoga Dance® Teacher Trainings - on Zoom
Let Your Yoga Dance® Teacher Training is a powerful, joyous training. I, Megha, have been training teachers for thirty-five years; I have developed my own unique training system which inspires rather than demeans, enriches rather than frightens my students. My intention is to build strength, spirit, and confidence in each one of my trainees so that you experience your unique brilliance. Then - in turn - you offer your gifts back out to the world. The training is an inquiry into becoming the very best Let Your Yoga Dance® instructor you can be.
You get to know your body and the chakras in a brand new way. Your relationship to music will never be the same. You will experience the art of becoming a transformational teacher. Together we create safe, brave, and sacred space in a loving environment. You receive a myriad of tools during the training; and you will continue to get tools and support long after graduation thanks to our excellent Let Your Yoga Dance Teacher's Association
This training is taught on Zoom in 3 weekend formats. All weekends are necessary to complete the training.
Let Your Yoga Dance® Weekend 1:
Weekend 1 is all about the science and method of Let Your Yoga Dance® and its applications. You will learn (through some lecture and vast experience) all about the chakra system and how it relates to a Let Your Yoga Dance® class. You will dance through the chakras and receive a tremendous music library. You will learn how different kinds of music relate to the chakras while it weaves through the class.
Let Your Yoga Dance® Weekend 2:
Weekend 2 is an outgrowth of the chakra-yoga-dance-music-movement methodology that is learned in Weekend 1. You will learn the art of dance prayer meditations, practice teaching and self-mentoring, while gaining confidence and all the tools you need to be a teacher. This learning environment is under the umbrella of compassion for self and for other, the ancient codes of yogic conduct: the yamas and niyamas. No competition. Kindness is key.
Let Your Yoga Dance® Weekend 3:
This is graduation weekend! Over the month break, you will be practicing for a final practice teach class that you will lead for three other people during this weekend. It is fun and delightful! After the final teach on Saturday, we will focus on marketing and Zoom skills for those of you who wish to teach on Zoom. On Sunday, the graduation ceremony, complete with diploma certifying you as a Let Your Yoga Dance® instructor, is deeply moving.
What People Are Saying
This training on Zoom was spectacular! I truthfully did not think it could work half as well not being in person, but I was so wrong. From the moment we started, it felt like we were are together in a group, and I received more than I ever imagined. This training is far more than learning how to be an instructor, it is transformational! Highly recommended.
~ Gloria G, Ohio, 2021
This training was extremely powerful. We were given a tremendous amount of tools to share this work with the world. Let Your Yoga Dance really is “Healing through Joy!”
~ Adam F, NYC, 2019
I have taken trainings and workshops for over 50 years. Let Your Yoga Dance Teacher Training is absolutely the best program I have ever taken in my life! It was just grand! Megha is magic. I am thrilled that with Megha’s teacher’s association and free conference calls awaiting us after graduation, the training will continue year after year long into the future. I am honored to be a Let Your Yoga Dance instructor!
~ Dian R, 2019
Dear Kripalu Trustees,
….As I deal with my mother’s passing, I’m writing to share with you one of those graceful experiences at Kripalu that opened me to receive and appreciate a gift...
Recently we transitioned my mother into hospice care...we recognized that she was nearing the end of her life. I had been invited to attend a morning of “Dance Prayers,” during Megha’s Let Your Yoga Dance teacher training program. I will forever cherish the gift of that day. In the safe, witnessing container that Megha had established among the participants, I connected deeply with myself in a way that does not often happen...I touched something much larger than myself... I offered a dance prayer to my mother...all was forgiven, all was love. Later, I returned to my mother’s bedside in time to say goodbye, still held in that experience. In the days since her death, in both my waking hours and in my dreams, I have often revisited that experience with profound gratitude…
~ Barbara Vacaar, Former CEO Kripalu Center, 2018