Tiffany Russo wide-legged forward bend D variation
Tiffany Russo one-legged king pigeon pose half-frog variation
Tiffany Russo tripod headstand

The SmartFLOW® Yoga 200-hour Teacher Training offers students a strong foundation in classical yoga paired with modern study of anatomy and fluid transitions. Powerful principles — physical and spiritual — lead to inspired and creative teaching. Teachers, future teachers, and lovers of yoga who wants to take their practice to a new level are welcome to attend this training.

2017 200-hour SmartFLOW® Teacher Trainings

Tiffany Russo trained our class in the Pacific Northwest with fierce compassion! Over 22 days, she welded our group and transformed us into passionate teachers.
— Ellen Haas

Jan 12 – Apr 2: 5-Weekend Format
With Tiffany Russo
Studio Santosha in Glendale, AZ

Tiffany is a master of the art of seeing and adjusting bodies.
— Sharon Lebenkoff

Feb 3 – Apr 30: 9-Weekend Format
With Tiffany Russo
You and the Mat in Laguna Niguel, CA

 

2017 SmartFLOW Yoga Mentorship

Saturdays May 20 - June 24 (NO SESSION 5/27) 
With Tiffany Russo
11:00am - 5:30pm
$399 Early Bird / $450 after April 30
SINGLE DAY: $100 

SmartFLOW Trainees Earn 25 Credit Hours
This 25 hour mentorship program is designed for yoga teachers who are interested in taking what they have learned in teacher training and apply it to the art of teaching classes. Knowing where you have strengths and weakness and finding balance to bring into your classroom settings.

Each day will begin with a practice focused on a specific movement of the body. We will then carry that movement of the body into the afternoon and spend time reviewing:
Alignment and language that works for the entire room but speaks to individuals

Hands on Adjustments: taking time to see the students and offering an adjustment that is individual to their needs

Sequencing for everyone: weaving in the opening and closing of a class to create a well balanced yoga practice

How to structure a sequence for your private clients and help them meet their goals
Get clear on what it is you are trying to teach your students and leave knowing what kind of teacher you are!