30-Hour Yoga
Trapeze Teacher Training

Starting May 4th!

Why Trapeze Yoga?

Instant Pain Relief

As much as 80% of the population live with back pain, but with the Yoga Trapeze, clients can use gravity to elongate their spine and find pain relief. No prior yoga experience is needed, and the pain relief provided is unmatched by any other treatment. 

Functional Fitness

The Yoga Trapeze allows traditional mat yoga classes to meet functional fitness. Mat yoga classes do not offer pulling motions, which is a critical movement for neck, back, and upper body health. The Yoga Trapeze allows functional pulling movements in a fun and dynamic way.


Using the sling, suspension, and gravity, the yoga trapeze allows you to build flexibility in a whole new way. The Trapeze acts as a prop and allows for deeper, and supported hip & shoulder openers, backbends, and hamstring stretches that can only be done with the Trapeze.


Exercise has never been more fun! With the Yoga Trapeze, you are challenged to get into new, fun poses that encourage you to get stronger and more flexible WITHOUT forcing yourself into the gym. Having fun in the Trapeze is all the motivation you’ll need!

Integral Anatomy Approach

Just like our 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training program, our Trapeze Teacher Training program incorporates anatomy throughout training, building on the foundation we learned in the 200-Hour to include more in-depth spinal anatomy and injury prevention. 

During Trapeze Teacher Training, our focus is to create strong, confident instructors who are ready to teach right out of training. This means, we start off teaching from the first day of class.  We take into consideration all learning styles, visual, auditory and kinesthetic, ensuring no one is left behind. 

Whether you’re looking to teach in a studio right after certification, or to deepen your own understanding of Trapeze Yoga, this teacher training will deliver exactly what you’re looking to accomplish.

Yoga Alliance Certified

Our training programs are certified through the Yoga Alliance, and the Trapeze Teacher Training qualifies as continuing educational requirements. 

Build a Stronger Foundation

Trapeze Yoga is the perfect pair to mat yoga, allowing the practitioner to build grip strength, upper body strength, and posterior chain strength. Whether you’re looking to advance your own practice or your student’s, this training is an excellent option. 

Feel Support Learning Your Way

Everyone learns and absorbs information differently, so we offer different types of instruction and training, from at home study to in person integration in the classroom so all students feel supported and set up for success. 

Get the Most Out of Your Training

We hold ourselves to the highest standard and take our students’ time and investment seriously. This program is professionally crafted to put the student at the center and deliver maximum educational impact. 

Yoga Trapeze Teacher Training Curriculum

Integral Anatomy
The way we move in the trapeze is different from how we move on the mat. We focus on making smart adjustments and applying anatomy specifically in the trapeze.
Back Injuries
Back injuries are uniquely challenging in the Yoga Trapeze due to the traction we get in the sling. While traction can often be helpful for those with back injuries, understanding the posterior chain and back injuries is very important to Trapeze Yoga Instructors.
The Yoga Trapeze is not an intuitive tool, so sequencing can be drastically different in the trapeze vs. a mat yoga class. We empower our trainees so they are prepared to create well-organized, smart classes that flow easily with breath.
Class Management
Teaching a Trapeze class is often more challenging than a mat class because we have to orient ourselves to students who are upside-down, sometimes fearful, and often playful or distracted. We teach our students how to keep control of their classes with grace and ease.
Safety is a core component of training due to the nature of Trapeze Yoga classes - where students hang from their hips and hands. We ensure students understand the proper precautions and what to look for to ensure a safe environment for their students.


Yoga Trapeze Teacher Training:

May 4, 2024 – May 19, 2024

  • Saturdays 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
  • Sundays 1:30 PM – 6:00 PM
  • Online Learning 1-2 Hours per Week

Additional Requirements

  • Take 1 Trapeze Class per Week
  • Observe 1 Trapeze Class Per Week

Typical Daily Schedule:

  • 1:30-2:00: Practice
  • 2:00-2:30: Anatomy review and integration
  • 2:30-4:30: Asana Lab and teaching application
  • 4:30-5:00: Safety and injury prevention
  • 5:00-5:30: Q & A and closing

Teacher Trainers

yoga teacher training and yoga trapeze teacher training director

Roni Amrich

Lead Instructor & Program Director

Roni is an E-RYT-200 with a background in corporate training. Yoga is her whole life, not only because she owns the studio, but because it literally changed her life. Yoga was able to help her focus on what matters most, allowing her to find peace within chaos, and has helped her through the most challenging situations she’s been presented with.

Not only is Roni an avid yogi, she has an extensive background in corporate training, so she has a strong ability to create and execute training programs that not only inform and educate, but can also be put into practice with ease.

In addition to training her students, Roni is able to identify areas of opportunity and how the student may need to address the opportunities that will impact their ability to absorb the information the most. She can easily help to guide the student to practice how they feel the most joy and ease, increasing their retention and ability to implement the training at the highest level.


Dulce Hernandez

Lead Instructor

Fascinated with the study of movement, function and performance Dulce obtained her first certification through National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA-Personal Training) in 2009. She began to dive not just into the science of exercise but program designing to successfully achieve fitness goals. During personal training she acquired more experience teaching group classes in kickboxing and cycling but the physical demands drained her both physically and mentally. In search for balance she walked into her first yoga class at her local gym. Feeling energized, restored, and more present she redirected her career to learn more through yoga certification programs. Obtaining 200HR YT certifications in both Power Yoga(2010) and Hot Power Fusion(2011) her love for her yoga practice increased. Her 10 years of teaching experience include heated and non heated power and vinyasa classes, along with restorative (yin) yoga and a fusion of yoga sculpt. She continues to seek new ways to incorporate strength, endurance, stability, and flexibility into her classes to help created a more balanced practice. Her most recent certification of Yoga Trapeze (2020) through Yoga Teachers College has allowed her to include the benefits of suspension training to increase strength and stability, spinal traction to help relieve stress and tension, and passive flexibility to help with mobility. Her intention is to create a safe space for practice, allowing awareness and mind and body connection to increase.


Yoga Trapeze Teacher Training includes:

30-Hour Yoga Trapeze
Teacher Training


Frequently Asked Questions

This program is perfect for those looking to dive into their passion, as well as those who wish to teach.

It is very common for beginners to become yoga instructors! The training is for any level of practitioner; you don’t have to be flexible or able to do fancy poses to take the training. Your personal practice will deepen at the pace that works for you.

While there are many factors to consider when choosing a yoga teacher training, here are a few important ones to consider:

  • Is the school registered with the Yoga Alliance? While the Yoga Alliance isn’t the only way to ensure you have a good training, it does help to ensure you’ll get trained under a program that meets their standards, which are strict and universal.
  • Do you love the studio? You’ll spend 200 hours there in a short time, so be sure you connect with the studio and the instructors who will be providing the training. 
  • Do you agree with the curriculum? The Yoga Alliance has guideance but there will be variability among studios. Are you getting what you want out of the training? 
  • Are you able to get a  mix of instruction, or is it all online or in-person? Everyone learns differently, so depending on the person, you may want one of the above or both! 

Overall, follow your gut. If you feel like it’s meant to be, it probably is!

Graduation from our program requires the trainee’s attendance at all training sessions. Except for
emergency situations, all absences must be approved in advance by the trainer. A maximum of 24
hours may be missed if arranged in advance and approved by the trainer. Certificates will not be
granted until all training hours are accounted for.

Trainees make may up missed time in several ways:

  • Attend the same session in a subsequent training at no cost;
  • Pay to attend a private session with a trainer in which a one-hour private session may make up for 1 hour of missed classroom time. If more than one trainee misses the same material, it is encouraged to schedule the private session as a group and split the cost.


Unapproved absences may result in dismissal from the program. In this case, graduation will be at the sole discretion of the program director.


Tardiness is disruptive to fellow trainees and undermines a yoga teacher’s standards for professionalism. Any trainee who has an unexcused tardiness for class by more than 10 minutes will be docked an hour from their training hours and need to make up the time as per the attendance policy. 

The process to get hired at Good Moodra Yoga after certification is to get certified to teach Trapeze Yoga. All instructors employed must be trained in Trapeze Yoga as well as certified under the 200-hour program.

Next, graduates should go through a more streamlined application process in order to work for us. Priority is given to graduates of our program but it is not a guarantee of employment. 


Yoga Alliance Certified means the school has gone through the process of registration and curriculum scrutinization through the Yoga Alliance. This ensures quality and consistency among teacher trainings. 

Good Moodra Yoga’s training programs are Yoga Alliance Certified. 

Tuition must be paid in full prior to the first day of training. This means, the earlier you sign up, the smaller the monthly payments will be. 

The day you sign up, you’ll pay the $500 (or $600) non-refundable deposit and we will set up your payment plan thereafter so you are paid in full prior to the first day of training. 


If a trainee wishes to withdraw from our program for any reason, they must first contact the
program director to discuss their reasons for withdrawal. Refunds will be given in accordance with
the program’s refund policy here. 

Please note the deposit is non-refundable. 

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