WildYoga Teacher Training: Fire Element

Discernment & precision in teaching

with Heather Sullivan, Dennis Eagan & Eliza Kerr
WildYoga Teacher Training: Fire Element
Date: January 10, 2020 - January 12, 2020
Location: Yogasemite (previously studio m)
Early Bird Price: $350 if purchased by Aug 2, 2019
Regular Price: $375
Type of Program:


This will be our third WildYoga Teacher Training weekend based out of Yogasemite (previously studio m yoga), where we will hone in on efficient, effective and sustainable approaches to yoga practice and teaching. The Fire Element teaches us to look at our words and actions with precision and discernment and to achieve our goals in a structured and empowered way. It is the perfect place in which to practice clarity and conciseness as a developing yoga teacher!

General Schedule:

Friday 6:00pm-9:00pm 
Please arrive having eaten dinner as we begin with an asana practice at 6:30pm.

Saturday 6:30am-9:00pm 
We will allow at least one hour for lunch and two hours for dinner.

Sunday 6:30am-4:00pm 
We will allow at least one hour for lunch.

*Please note, once you are registered we will send you a more specific schedule via email. We generally take one outdoor field trip (weather permitting) per weekend, while the other full day is spent in the studio environment.


Asana: We will break down, analyze and practice arm balances, inversions, core-strengthening poses and twists.

Pranayama: We will explore and discuss the sun and moon channel of the subtle body. We will practice and teach alternate-nostril breathing and potentially the fire breaths of kapalbhati and bhastrika.

Philosophy: We will read and discuss selected portions of the Bhagavad Gita and explore the transformational nature of yoga in your life.  

Anatomy: We will review the digestive system and muscles of the core.

Student teaching: Students will continue teaching each other through a variety of safe and supported exercises. Those who feel ready will have the opportunity to teach an hour-long yoga class.

Please note:

Food and accommodation are not included in the course tuition, and students are responsible for making their own arrangements. Please feel free to contact us with questions. 

There is more information available on the comprehensive 200-hr WildYoga Teacher Training here.

Cancellation Policy

Meet Your Instructors

Dennis Eagan, E-RYT 500 began practicing yoga in 1989 and has been teaching since 1998. As founder of Wild Yoga, he weaves nearly four decades of wilderness guiding and study/teacher training courses, workshops, and wilderness yoga retreats throughout the west from Baja to Alaska.

Eliza Kerr, CAS is passionate about supporting people on their journey towards well-being by sharing the tools of yoga and Ayurveda in the natural world. Co-founder of Balanced Rock, Eliza has been teaching yoga in Yosemite for 20 years, and practicing as a certified Clinical Ayurvedic Specialist (CAS) for 13 years. She has studied a variety of styles including Iyengar, Bikram, and Ashtanga.

Heather Sullivan, RYT 500 Yosemite’s steep granite walls, seasonal changing river song and community of animals and humans have shaped Heather’s being, world-view, and are fundamental blocks of her yoga and teaching practice. Her adventurous spirit and classes inspire inward and outward exploration. She’s Co-Founder, Managing Director, and lead Wilderness Guide for Balanced Rock.