Content is heavy on biomechanics, principles of exercise science, applications of pain science, neurophysiology, and stretching. These themes are combined with somatics, motor control theory, pose analysis and purpose, use of props for specific adaptations, pathology, restorative yoga, and intentional sequencing. Participants will learn to read original research papers and analyze them for both their strengths and their biases. Critical thinking and intellectual discourse are central components in this training, which was designed to help teachers navigate through contradictory perspectives and empower them with education.

Graduates of Jules Mitchell’s 300hr yoga teacher training have successfully completed a comprehensive curriculum including topics such as biomechanics, principles of exercise science, applications of pain science, neurophysiology, stretching, somatics, motor control theory, restorative yoga, how to use effective use yoga props, and yoga class sequencing. These teachers are out in the world delivering yoga to their own communities, running their own yoga studios, and leading their own yoga education programs.

Integrate Biomechanics into Your Yoga Training Program

Jules’ passion is to share the most useful and applicable pieces of science with the yoga community. She helps teachers build confidence by giving them a grounded understanding of how research works, how to be an evidence-based teacher, and how to embrace the experiential aspects of living in a moving body.

Host Jules to teach at your yoga school or studio, online or in-person.

Jules appears as a guest teacher in yoga teacher training programs worldwide, offering biomechanics and anatomy courses as advanced continuing education. You can host Jules to teach online livestream courses or to teach in-person at your yoga school or studio.

Jules also offers Yoga Alliance-approved, on-demand courses for your 200hr or 300hr yoga teacher trainings.