Power Yoga Teacher Training - Minneapolis (Downtown), MN

Power Yoga Teacher Training - Minneapolis (Downtown), MN

CorePower Yoga Teacher Training will train you to teach an accessible and challenging Power Yoga class. Step out of your comfort zone, discover your power and challenge yourself in ways you have never been challenged before.

Teacher Training begins Wednesday, October 8th.

“I believe the Teacher Training Program has not only given me the tools to share the gift of yoga, but also the freedom to embrace my life with power and joy. It's rejuvenating like nothing else I have ever done. As a result, I know I have made changes that will stay with me for the rest of my life.”    
Rin E.

Power Yoga Training Highlights:

  • Master the ability to communicate with your students.
  • Learn the alignment of each posture with video review, posture-specific workshops, and more.
  • Develop a strong understanding of the way the body functions through anatomy study.
  • Understand why postures work the way they do and why the series follows a particular sequence.
  • Learn how to effectively give firm and safe hands-on physical adjustments.
  • Become a powerful, inspirational and dynamic power yoga teacher.

Interested? Please complete the questionnaire below, and a teacher training lead will contact you. The next CorePower Yoga Teacher Training at the Minneapolis (Downtown) Studio starts soon. This is an eight or nine week program with classes held three times a week: Wednesday evenings, Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

Teacher Training begins Wednesday, October 8th.

(discounts apply for program alumni & members).

CorePower Yoga offers one of the most affordable teacher training programs in the country. We are committed to working with your individual financial situation to ensure your presence in this program.

*Certification is not automatic upon completion of the course and will be determined by an instructor’s assessment of the student’s understanding of the materials as well as their capacity and ability to teach.

Meet the Teacher Training Leads:

Joel Klausler

Joel Klausler strives to bring his love of movement and music to all the classes he teaches at CorePower Yoga. His classes are moving meditations that allow students a place to listen to their own thoughts, feelings and intuition.

A graduate of Butler University and Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet School – Joel spent 20 years as a professional dancer on stages across North America and taught over 10,000 ballet classes before he was drawn to teaching yoga. He completed his training in Power Yoga and Yoga Sculpt in 2008, Level 2 Power Yoga in 2009, and Hot Yoga in 2012. In 2012, he studied Tantra with Rod Stryker and Power Yoga with Bryan Kest. In December of 2013, Joel taught yoga on his first Yoga Retreat in India with Darren Main. He joined the CPY Management Team in 2008 and previously worked at the Grand Ave, Minneapolis and Stadium Village Studios before starting his role as the Continuing Education Manager for the Minnesota Region.

In his current role, Joel teaches a full spectrum of yoga classes and leads trainings both in Minnesota and nationally. Joel is the National Program Lead for the CorePower Yoga Extensions Program where he refines and develops training curriculum.

Molly McNeil

Molly McNeil’s yoga practice began as a strictly physical practice; an alternative to running and weight-training. Over the years, it has morphed into so much more. After joining CorePower Yoga Downtown Minneapolis in 2008, the yoga studio became a place of peace and her practice deepened into something more mindful.
Molly completed Power Yoga Teacher Training in 2012 and Hot Yoga Teacher Training in 2013. Her daily practice now includes spreading the yoga LOVE throughout the community as the Assistant Studio Manager of the Downtown Minneapolis Studio. Along with teaching C1 and C2 classes, Molly has also participated as a coach of Power Yoga Teacher Training and BootCamp. Molly is looking forward to her first experience as a co-lead of Power Yoga Teacher Training this fall.