Yoga in Full

Anatomy, Philosophy, and Practice

Discover the multifaceted world of yoga with ‘Yoga in Full: Anatomy, Philosophy, and Practice’, a comprehensive program designed to deepen your understanding and engagement with yoga at every level. This enriching journey unfolds over four immersive weekends, each dedicated to exploring different aspects of yoga – from the intricacies of anatomy and the wisdom of yoga philosophy to the practicalities of asana practice. This program is a unique opportunity to explore the confluence of body, mind, and spirit, enhancing your physical abilities while nurturing your mental and spiritual growth.

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Weekend One: Foundations of Yoga 

The journey begins by laying a strong foundation in ‘Foundations of Yoga.’ This initial weekend focuses on the physical aspects of yoga, particularly Tadasanoids, coupled with an introductory exploration of yoga’s rich history and philosophy. The sessions delve into the foundational principles of the 8-limbs and Yama/Niyama, setting the stage for a deeper, more informed yoga practice.

Weekend Two: Meditation and Breath

The second weekend, ‘Meditation and Breath,’ brings a shift from physical postures to the internal landscapes of meditation and pranayama (breathwork). Centered around the Warrior 1 family of postures, this part of the program offers a profound understanding of how breath control can enhance both mental clarity and emotional stability, enriching the meditative experience.

Weekend Three: Understanding Purpose

In ‘Understanding Purpose,’ the third weekend, we explore the Warrior 2 family of asanas while intertwining lessons on Dharma (life’s purpose) and Sankalpa (intention or resolve). This segment is a journey of self-discovery, aimed at aligning your yoga practice with your personal values and goals, leading to a more purpose-driven life.

Weekend Four: Putting it All Together

The program culminates in ‘Putting it All Together,’ where the focus shifts to forward bends and the development of a sustainable, long-term yoga practice. This final weekend also emphasizes the importance of community, concluding with a special gathering that celebrates the connections and growth experienced throughout the program.

an expedition into the depths of yoga

Yoga in Full is more than just a training program; it’s an expedition into the depths of yoga. Suitable for both beginners and seasoned practitioners, it promises to enrich your yoga journey, offering insights and skills that extend well beyond the mat. Embrace this opportunity to explore and integrate the physical, mental, and spiritual elements of yoga into a harmonious whole.


Yoga in Full is open to all students seeking expansion in their personal practice. This training is for you if:


You wish to deep dive into the heart of your yoga practice + explore more.


You’re a beginner seeking foundational knowledge or a seasoned practitioner craving a deeper understanding of this path.


You are intrigued to explore the essence of yoga beyond the physical postures, embracing meditation, breathwork, and philosophical wisdom.


You want to discover how to infuse your yoga practice with purpose, aligning with your values and intentions both on and off the mat.


Weekend One – Foundations of Yoga
August 17 & 18
12:30p – 4:15p

Weekend Two – Meditation and Breath
August 24 & 25
12:30p – 4:15p

Weekend Three – Understanding Purpose
September 7 & 8
Session time/s: 12:30p – 4:15p

Weekend Four – Putting it all together:
September 14 & 15
12:30p – 4:15p


$600 first 10 Participants
$650 Full Price


Is this program suitable for beginners?

Absolutely! ‘Yoga in Full: Anatomy, Philosophy, and Practice’ is designed to accommodate all levels. We provide a comprehensive foundation while also delving into advanced concepts to enrich your practice, making it accessible and beneficial for everyone.

What if I can't attend all the weekends?

While we encourage full participation for the most immersive experience, we understand that life can be busy. If you can’t attend all the weekends, don’t worry! You’ll still gain valuable insights and skills from the weekends you can attend. We will add resources onto google classroom and you can connect with a peer for notes.

Do I need to have prior knowledge of yoga philosophy or anatomy?

No prior knowledge is required! We cover everything from the basics to more advanced topics throughout the program. Each session is structured to accommodate all levels of understanding of yoga and meet you where you are at on your yoga journey.

Will there be opportunities for interaction and questions?

Absolutely! We value community engagement, so there will be plenty of opportunities for interaction, questions, and discussions. Whether it’s during the sessions, breaks, or dedicated Q&A times, we encourage you to participate actively and connect with your fellow yogis.

What should I bring to the sessions?

All you need to bring is yourself and an open mind! Wear comfortable clothing suitable for movement, and if you have a yoga mat, feel free to bring it along. We’ll provide any additional props or materials needed for the sessions.

What is HAUM’s training cancellation & refund policy?

We get it — life happens. If you’re unable to attend your in-person or virtual practice, we ask that you cancel your class at least two hours prior to the start time. We’re unable to credit classes back to you if you cancel within the two hours before start time.

Can I use this training as CEUs through Yoga Alliance?

Yes, you can apply these 30 hours as CEUs through Yoga Alliance. Click here to learn more.

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