Online Education

Jules Mitchell delivers top-notch online education for yoga teachers in biomechanics, sports science, stretching, and injury prevention/rehab.

Online Education

Mitchell’s online courses are available for immediate download so you can keep forever and watch as often as you like. Her work is well researched, impeccably produced, and dense with content. Webinars are live courses that include real-time question and answer opportunities. View current offerings below and check back as new content is always in production.

Online Book Club

The online Book Club is a 6-week program designed to connect readers of Yoga Biomechanics: Stretching Redefined with the author, as well as with each other. Members of the Book Club will be invited to read one chapter each week, submit questions up to 24 hours prior to the online meeting, and attend a real-time online meeting in webinar-style format with video and chat.

Science of Stretching Webinar

The webinar focuses primarily on stretching and Jules’ interpretation of the research, covering nearly 100 slides complete with references when scientific studies are mentioned. The webinar is intended to be live as Jules addresses questions in real time via the webinar software chat function. The webinar is recorded for those that are unable to attend, and will now be available for download so you can keep it forever!

Ready to take your training to the next level? Attend one of our Workshops or Teaching Trainings.

Featured Workshop

05jun(jun 5)9:00 am19(jun 19)8:00 pm300 hour Teacher TrainingLas Vegas 2021Region:US - West Coast

300 Hour Teacher Training Program

Jules Mitchell’s 300 hour advanced teacher training is planned for 2019. It includes 2 required modules, homework during the time between modules, and an online component. Each 2-week module is hosted in a 6 bedroom luxury mansion in Las Vegas with a private pool and private chef. Meals, airport transfers, towels and linens all included. Content is heavy on biomechanics, pose analysis and purpose, use of props for specific adaptations, somatics for coordinative variability, applications of pain science, restorative yoga, and deliberate sequencing.