Drishti Beats Online Yoga Teacher Training is built upon a Vinyasa Flow style of yoga. Our Online Teacher Training program is a 200 hour teacher training that is set up to parallel our live trainings, recognizing graduates as a 200 hour RYT by the Yoga Alliance. Upon completion of this course, you will receive a Drishti Beats Online 200 hour certificate.  If you are interested in being accredited by the Yoga Alliance, you will need to participate in a certain number of hours, in person, which we can accommodate and can discuss individually.  Yoga Alliance is currently working on the Online Criteria and Requirements but they have not been fully determined yet.

Our qualified, well-versed teachers will take teacher trainees on a journey like no other. Drishti is a Sanskrit term meaning “A focused and concentrated gaze” and that is our DNA. We provide trainees the opportunity to focus on, and understand, the magic of teaching yoga and enhancing one’s yoga practice.

Our training team comes from a myriad of backgrounds including leaders in the fitness/yoga industry, medically based professionals, teachers, and curriculum developers, all with strong yoga practices. DBOYTT allows participants to explore all the possibilities that become open to them as they embark on the new profession of becoming a 200 hour qualified yoga teacher.

Our goal is to allow as much flexibility as possible in order to participate in the program with ease and comfort. The Online platform is very easy to follow giving you all of the tools needed to be ready to teach, upon completion. Working at your own pace, in the comfort of your own space, will give you a blissful environment to ensure a productive and comfortable learning experience.

DBOYTT will take you to a new level in your yoga/fitness career and show you the way to become the best you can be as a teacher and/or practitioner. The training will explore:

  • Your own practice each and every session
  • Learning the history and philosophy of yoga
  • Learning various breath practices (Pranyama)
  • Learning anatomy and physiology of the body and how it relates to yoga
  • Learning the art of sequencing and developing flow
  • Learning various styles of meditation
  • Learning to develop playlists and music flow for your class
  • Developing professional and flawless language and delivery skills with authenticity
  • Understanding all aspects and different types of yoga
  • Becoming familiar with the business of yoga and studio ownership
  • Learning all applications for outstanding assisting and hands on adjustments
  • Developing confidence to teach a strong, professional, and mindful yoga class
  • In addition DBOYTT is the sister to Drishti Beats, a live music Vinyasa Flow experience. Learn the amazing aspects of a music to movement connection. Gain strong skills in incorporating music flow to your yoga flow in a mindful and energy driven way, delivering an amazing yoga class journey.
  • Realizing the benefits and joy of “being in” yoga not only as a practice, but also as a way of life
  • Read in Advance:
    • Journey into Powerby Baron Baptiste
  • Anatomy: Bring to every class
    • The Key Muscles of Hatha Yogaand The Key Poses of Hatha Yogaby Ray Long
  • Read in advance or during the course:
    • The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westernersby Jack Hawley
    • The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali(Books 1 & 2 only) by Sri Swami Satchidananda


  • You might enjoy now or at a later date:


  • Teaching Yogaby Mark Stephens. A great all around reference book for absolutely everything yoga. I get an AHA every time I open it
  • Bringing Yoga to Life by Donna Farhi
  • Teaching Yoga: Exploring the Student-Teacher Relationshipby Donna Farhi
  • The Heart of Yoga: Developing a Personal Practiceby T. K. V. Desikachar
  • Hatha YogaIllustrated by Kirk, Boon and DiTuro. A great handy reference for asanas – has Sanskrit and English name, step by step photos and instructions, counter pose, drishti, physical benefits, mental benefits, contraindications, gentle variation, other variations ALL ON ONE PAGE
  • Journeys to the Heart by Melody Beattie
  • The Language of Yoga: Complete A to Y Guide to Asana Names, Sanskrit Terms, and Chantsby Nicolai Bachman
  • Yamas and Niyamasby Deborah Adele