200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Intensive

Whitefish, Montana August 4th-19th 2018

Join Selena Garefino ERYT and team in beautiful Whitefish Montana this summer. Connect with nature, connect with your heart, and learn to share your love of yoga with the world. Training will be held in a stunning home in Whitefish Montana. On the 19th participants will celebrate the conclusion of training with a trip to Glacier National Park. Training will be limited to 15 participants. We anticipate this training selling out as space is limited given the location and desire for an intimate educational experience. We recommend you get your applications and deposits in early to avoid disappointment. 

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This 16 day Intensive (15 nights, 16 days), Yoga Alliance approved, 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training is a foundational training rooted in the lineages of Hatha and Ashtanga yoga.  This Yoga Alliance certified training will provide participants with the knowledge, practice, and experience to become creative, competent, and inspiring teachers.

The training is open to all, both those inspiring to become the next generation of dynamic teachers as well as to those simply wishing to immerse themselves in the practice of yoga. Those with injuries and health issues are welcome and encouraged to attend. 



Students will be able to perform or guide a student into various asana (postures). Additionally, for each posture participants will know the safety precautions, modifications, contraindications, the proper alignment of the pose, and will feel confident offering hands-on-adjustments.


Pranayama: Effectively guide and practice various traditional pranayama exercise and effectively link movement with breath.

Bandhas: Understand the bandhas and how to apply them in their own practice as well as their student's.


Students should feel comfortable guiding a basic meditation practice and cultivating awareness and movement as meditation through a guided asana practice.


Students will be familiar with the 8 limbs of yoga and the ethical principles of yoga (the yamas and the niyamas). They will have a basic understanding of the history of  modern yoga. They will be familiar with the classic yogic texts. Additionally, students will learn how to live a yogic lifestyle, taking their yoga off of their mats and into their day-to-day lives. 


Students will be able to correctly identify the primary bones and muscles of the body. They will understand movement principles and how to prevent injury. Students will also have a basic understanding of the yoga energetic body (the chakras, nadis, and koshas).


Graduating teachers will feel comfortable leading a group, all-levels class. Students will be comfortable with sequencing, cueing, and leading. They will be able to guide students safely through a 60-minute alignment-based vinyasa class. 


Students will grow their personal practice, develop their voice, and deepen their connection. They will learn to lead and to support their fellow teachers and community members.



Join Selena and her team in the wilds of Northwest Montana her home state. The training is located at a stunning home in the wilderness near Whitefish, Montana. Space is limited to 15 participants. The home sleeps 12 and camping is available for the remaining three participants. 

The 19th of August we will travel to Glacier National Park for hiking, yoga, and a graduation party. 

COST: All Inclusive and Non-Inclusive Options Available

Room assignments are first come first serve. 

 All INCLUSIVE: Meals, Tuition, and Accommodations

$2,500.00 Early Bird


Breakfast: cereals, fresh fruit, yogurt, etc. 

Light mid-morning snack

Lunch and Dinner will be catered vegetarian meals. 





Not Included

airfare and transportation

any other expenses not listed


$1,800.00 Early Bird

Participants are responsible for transportation to and from the venue. And are expected to arrive in a timely manner. Meals are not included with this option so you must be prepared to pack your meals for the day as there will not be time to leave the venue for meals.