Physiyoga Advanced Teacher Training

Teach modern movement smarter.

Online Physiyoga Trainings

This online advanced yoga teacher training is for certified 200-hour yoga instructors looking to infuse their practice and teaching with a greater understanding of the body through a movement science lens. You will learn how to apply physical therapy principles related to anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and kinesiology to yoga in group and private sessions. 

You will gain an understanding of the “why” behind connecting breath, mindfulness and asana with evidence-informed methods in an approach that is therapeutic and supports a person as a whole being. This training includes in-depth learning that will enrich your teaching with TPM Principles and prepare you to help people understand their body, adapt their yoga, apply restorative therapeutic tools and progress with curated sequencing.

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Sep. 2022 — Apr. 2023


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Sep. 2022 — Apr. 2023

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"This was an exceptional training. It has changed the way I teach and work with my students. The instructors are excellent, and the rigorous curriculum kept me interested and looking forward to every module. The feedback from my own students has been wonderful, which only goes to show how terrific the instruction and instructors were."

—Zoe Mullhaupt
"One of the first things I’m noticing after completing the Three’s Physiyoga training is the increase in the amount of inquiries I receive for private lessons. This new language and skillset I began using in group classes triggered a wonderful curiosity in my students. They want to go deeper."

—Eric Lawrence
"This training was challenging yet supportive, eye opening yet reinforcing, inspiring and fun. I personally could have benefited from a deeper dive spanning additional hours so look forward to seeing what is next on the horizon for the TPM team."

—Kelly Love, E-RYT 500

What topics are covered in all three pathways?

  • Overview of anatomy and physiology of movement
  • Proprioception and interoception fundamentals
  • BioPsychoSocialSpiritual (BPSS) model introduction
  • Assessment of movement patterns using evidenced-informed TPM tools
  • Progression and regression of functional movement and complex asanas
  • Mobility and stability integration into yoga practice
  • Restoration techniques for sustainable, efficient yoga practice

What are the benefits of studying with TPM?

  • You’ll learn a scientific, knowledge-based approach to teaching yoga and movement.
  • You’ll learn the biomechanics of asana to safely progress and regress students.
  • You’ll be able to work with people of various ages and physical capabilities.
  • You’ll gain a better understanding of how to guide students with pain and injuries.
  • You’ll be better able to communicate with healthcare practitioners about clients.
  • You’ll differentiate yourself in the yoga market.

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The TPM Education Team

The TPM Education Team is powered by physical therapists who are certified yoga teachers, movement specialists, and experienced, certified TPM instructors. 

Diana Zotos Florio
Physical Therapist, Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Emily Tomlinson
Physical Therapist, Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Cara Ann Senicola
Physical Therapist, Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Giulia Pline
Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Brian Roy Garland
Physical Therapist, Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Deborah Singer Livingston
Physical Therapist, Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Amber Gregory
Yoga Teacher
Education Team
Jenny Link
Yoga Teacher
Education Team
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