25-hour | Shoulder & Inversion Module | Southern Pines, NC

25-hour | Shoulder & Inversion Module | Southern Pines, NC

  • Dates: September 20-22, 2024
  • Times: Fri 5-9pm, Sat 8am-8pm, Sun 8am-5pm
  • Location: Hot Asana Southern Pines
  • Teacher: Brittney-Brady Gallagher

Join Brittney Brady-Gallagher for a 25-hour advanced teacher training module in Southern Pines, NC, September 20-22, 2024. This module will include:

• Advanced clinics of inverted postures, including handstand and forearm stand variations

• In-depth and specific tools to teach and refine inversions for any level of students, from beginning to advanced

• Skeletal and muscular anatomy of the shoulder

Evolve and deepen your understanding of teaching the science of yoga. This 50-hour yoga teacher training module has been carefully constructed to expand your knowledge, skill set and confidence as both a teacher and a student. The work that we do as yoga teachers is key in both the mental and physical wellness of our communities. Elevate your credentials to teach beyond the introductory information commonly delivered in a 200-hour teacher training. This is one of many modules set up by Hot Asana Yoga University to stand alone as continuing education or to allow you to build your 300-hour certification at your own pace. You have up to five years to complete your 300-hour certification.


Tuition is $400 per person. $250 deposit required to reserve your spot. Deposit will be deducted from your payment(s) due.

NOTE: Hot Asana staff discount applies.

All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.


Brittney Brady-Gallagher

Hot Asana Lead Teacher and Studio Ambassador, E-RYT 500, YACEP, Hot Asana Yoga University Faculty, Yin Yoga Certified, Hot Asana Certified Assist, Hot Asana Online Instructor, Hot Yoga Instructor, Aerial Yoga Instructor, BARRE instructor, Restorative Yoga Instructor, CPR/First Aid Certified and Reiki Certified

“Movement is the only way you have of affecting the world around you. The body will become better at whatever you do, or don't do. If you don't move, your body will make you better at not moving.”