Become a Certified
Yoga Trapeze Instructor

NEW! Exciting Opportunity for Passionate Yoga Students

13 – 18 November 2018 | 50hr Course | Fallbrook (San Diego), USA 13 Spots Available!


We’re now accepting applications for The Yoga Trapeze Certification course where you’ll learn how to teach both group and private lessons for beginning and intermediate students.

For passionate yoga students who love inversion yoga, this is an exciting opportunity to train with YOGABODY, the leading educator and manufacturer of inversion slings worldwide. The Yoga Trapeze is the most-popular yoga inversion sling ever with over 100,000 students in 81 countries. Despite the ever-growing demand, there are hardly any professional instructors—until now.

Benefits of Teaching the Yoga Trapeze:

  • Deliver Results: At YOGABODY, we love all styles of yoga, but our students tend to be results-oriented and come to us with very clear goals. For students with back pain, poor flexibility, weak core muscles, and poor grip strength (all very common issues), The Yoga Trapeze offers a remarkable way for them to experience transformation.

  • Share the Benefits of Inversions with Everyone: Inversions have never been more popular in yoga, but most students can’t perform even a simple headstand so they skip these poses and miss both the health benefits as well as the fun of going upside down. When taught correctly, people of all ages can experience inversion therapy using The Yoga Trapeze and eventually build the strength needed to progress to mat-based inverted poses as well.

  • Attract Students Easily: Traditional yoga has become so common that it can be difficult to attract the attention of new students. Mat classes are amazing and will always be the core of yoga, but everyone loves variety and something new. The Yoga Trapeze provides and fun and fresh way to introduce people to yoga. It takes the ancient practice of yoga and literally turns it upside down. As a teacher, it’ll help you attract new students; and for your students, they’ll have yet another great reason to give yoga a try.

  • Set Your Own Schedule: The ability to set your own schedule is one of the biggest benefits to working as a yoga teacher. As a certified Yoga Trapeze instructor, you can decide to work full time or part time, take random days off, or take vacations as you please. Finally, you’re in charge of your own time.

  • Travel & Teach Anywhere: If you’re interested in traveling and teaching in different cities and even different countries, yoga teaching is the choice for you. More and more opportunities arise every day, and for adventurous people, there are so many options.

  • Earn a Great Salary: Even as a new teacher, you can make a great hourly wage. When you’re highly specialized in your teaching, you’ll typically make as much as senior-level teachers of other styles; and your private session rates will be comparable to that of a massage therapist or chiropractor.

The Opportunity

At YOGABODY, we pioneered both group and private-led classes in our yoga studios, and the response has been overwhelming. More and more studios, fitness centers, and individuals worldwide are now looking for highly-trained teachers to model our success and lead this fun and dynamic style of practice.

For certified Trapeze teachers, there are three main teaching opportunities right now. First, working with private clients can be a great way to create highly-individualized, solution-oriented sessions. Private client work offers you a flexible schedule, great pay, and the opportunity to impact your students’ lives in a big way.

Next, group classes are popping up in yoga studios all over the world, but most studios don’t have qualified teachers, so this gives you a unique and specialized service to offer. Group classes are fun, challenging, and are instant community-builders. Last but not least, gyms and fitness centers are quickly adding Yoga Trapeze inversion trainers to their facilities as their clients are hungry for new ways stretch and strengthen their bodies.

Key Teaching Opportunities:

  • Private Sessions: Yoga Trapeze teachers can teach from their home or office and work one-on-one with clients while earning a great hourly wage.

  • Yoga Studios: more and more studios are adding inversion yoga rigging to their existing facilities, and they need teaches like you.

  • Gyms: many gyms already have suspension trainer (TRX) riggings, so it’s easy to add in Yoga Trapezes for private or semi-private sessions.

  • CrossFit Boxes: These fitness fanatics love the Yoga Trapeze because it combines gymnastics-like movements they already know with classic yoga postures. Many CrossFit boxes have ceiling riggings ready-made for adding in The Yoga Trapeze.

  • Rock Climbing Gyms: Climbers love yoga, and with so many pull-up bars, ceiling rigs, and other setups, you can quickly get a Yoga Trapeze class going.

  • Schools: Kids naturally gravitate toward inversion training. Once they start playing, you’ll have a hard time getting them off The Yoga Trapeze. Private schools and even some public schools now offer yoga as an extracurricular activity, and the Yoga Trapeze can be a great addition to those classes.

Why People Love the Yoga Trapeze
  • Instant Spinal Traction: Back pain is an epidemic, and using the Yoga Trapeze, clients can invert gravity and elongate their spine with little-or-no prior yoga experience. For many, this type of pain relief is unmatched by any other form of treatment.

  • Suspension Training: Functional fitness requires pushing, pulling, and holding of weight. In traditional yoga classes, you push and hold your body weight constantly, but it’s very difficult to find pulling motions in classes. Pulling is a crucial movement for back, neck, and upper-body health, and The Yoga Trapeze introduces functional pulling movements in a fun and dynamic way.

  • Flexibility: Aside from inversions, there are also dozens of hip openers, shoulder openers, and hamstring stretches that work amazingly well for flexibility. Using the leverage of the sling, gravity, and suspension, you can practice flexibility training in a whole new way.

  • Deep Backbends: Backbends are some of the most-challenging poses in yoga, and students often get so frustrated that they skip them altogether. On the Yoga Trapeze, you can do passive backbends (just hang and breathe) to open the stiff and stuck areas of your shoulders and thoracic spine.

The Curriculum

The Yoga Trapeze Training curriculum is designed to empower you with the anatomy, physiology, leadership, safety, and business skills needed to become a successful teacher. Course director, Lucas Rockwood, has been training professional instructors since 2006, and his approach is 100% focused on results. This is not a yoga retreat or an extended workshop. You’re here to learn to teach, and you’ll walk away as a qualified instructor.

Anatomy & Physiology: The movements and exercises on the Yoga Trapeze are atypical and rarely found in any studio or gym, so you’ll deep dive into the movement physiology and the anatomy of what’s going on internally. This knowledge will give you a deeper understanding of your own body, and more importantly, the bodies of your clients. We’ll put particular emphasis on the spine as that is a key area of focus.

Back Care & Back Injury: Many people are drawn to the Yoga Trapeze for back pain relief, so as a teacher, you need to be well-versed in common ailments, treatments, terminology, and safety protocols. As yoga teachers, we are not doctors, but our yoga can serve as a form of rehab therapy when taught correctly with support of health care professionals. Our students are not always as prudent as they should be, so you need to understand the landscape of back pain and medical problems so you can navigate it safely and effectively as a teacher.

Sequencing & Class Planning: You’ll learn dozens of individual poses during the course, but more importantly, you’ll learn how to structure and sequence both beginner and intermediate flowing class. You’ll also learn how you can teach pose-by-pose workshop style sessions which are great for guest teaching gigs while traveling.

Leadership & Class Management: Leading a Yoga Trapeze class is much more challenging than a mat-based class because students are upside down, twisted around, cannot see you, and can sometimes be talking or laughing during class. As an instructor, you need to always enforce safety and keep control over your group and private classes. Leadership, word choice, body language, and demonstrations are of the utmost importance.

Safety: Taught correctly, the Yoga Trapeze is extremely safe, but anytime you’re hanging upside down, there is potential for danger. As a teacher, your job is first and foremost to keep everyone safe and that means: checking the rigs, disallowing wild students, teaching appropriate level postures, and constantly staying vigilant. Safety is a key part of your job, and it’s something you’ll master during the course.

Marketing & Business: It’s great to learn a new skill, but if you don’t know how to market and sell your services, what’s the point? During the course, you’ll learn how to use common tools like social media to attract and retain clients, earn a great living, and charge for your services. This is not a mindset module, we’ll teach you exactly what to do to get paying clients right away.

About the Certification

This course is registered with both Yoga Alliance and American Council on Exercise (ACE). By successfully graduating from this course, you’ll be qualified and ready to teach both beginning and intermediate classes internationally. We currently have instructors in 21 countries (and counting), and the demand for teachers far out-reaches the current supply. So it’s a great time to get trained.

Where can you teach?

  • Yoga studios
  • Fitness centers/gyms
  • Health centers
  • Schools
  • Privately (home or office)

Meet Your Teachers

Camilo Carreiro | Master Trainer, Training Director

Certified as Hatha Vinyasa Yoga 200hr Certified Yoga Teacher by Yoga Alliance, Camilo decided to train as a Yoga Teacher to deepen his practice. From his first couple of classes he knew that he wanted to dedicate himself to teaching Yoga, and now has a very important role in his life.

Camilo has been teaching classes in different studios in Barcelona for many years. In January of 2015 he joined the YOGABODY Barcelona team as a full-time teacher and trainer. He teachers groups of all sizes and levels.

Connect with Eva: Facebook | Email

Reyna Beckler| Trainer

Reyna has been practicing yoga for over 17 years. In 2015, she realized her dream of becoming a Yoga Studio owner in her hometown of Fallbrook! She teaches several hot/heated classes, aerial Trapeze Yoga and offers 200 & 300 hr yoga teacher training at Sage. Reyna was born and raised in Fallbrook and was lucky enough to travel the world with her Marine husband, Lee. They moved back in 2007 and are raising their 3 children here. Reyna is also very passionate about natural and alternative healing and has made it her personal goal to inspire as many people as possible and help them take control of their health and wellness in order to live a more beautiful life.

QUALIFICATIONS: E-RYT 200, RYT 500, RCYT, Aerial/Trapeze, Barre.

Connect with Reyna: Facebook | Instagram | Email

Lee Beckler| Trainer

Lee had been suffering from back pain for over 10 years. Enjoying an active lifestyle of hiking, running, and biking was slowly becoming out of reach. Trying physical therapy, chiropractic treatment, and spending thousands of dollars on many different beds would not provide more than 3 hours of sleep a night. Yoga has made such a positive impact that Lee attended 200-hr training within months of trying his first class. Being a veteran inspired Lee to also attend the Connected Warriors trauma conscious training with a focus on Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS). He now hopes to share his experience and help others find what yoga can do for them.

QUALIFICATIONS: RYT 200, Aerial/Trapeze

Connect with Lee: Facebook | Instagram | Email

Tuition Investment

The Yoga Trapeze is the most-popular yoga inversion sling internationally with over 100,000 students in 81 countries—but there are hardly any teachers. YOGABODY is excited to offer this Yoga Trapeze Teacher Certification course where you’ll learn how to teach both group and private sessions for beginning and intermediate students.

50hr Diploma Course – Tuition Prices (subject to change)

* Early Price Discount applies to full payments received before September 1st.

Tuition Fees Include

  • 1 FREE Yoga Trapeze (plus S&H and color of your choice)
  • 4-module eLearning program
  • 2x web classes (video & lecture)
  • 25-hr immersion in Fallbrook San Diego
  • Course manual
  • Professional teaching certification (upon successful graduation)

Other Expenses (not included)

Travel Information – Fallbrook (San Diego area)

The Yoga Trapeze Teacher Training course is conducted in beautiful Fallbrook, California. This quiet city is easily accessible from either Los Angeles or San Diego airports making it a convenient and affordable travel destination. Fallbrook is home base for Sage Yoga Studios, run by Yoga Trapeze certified teachers, Reyna and Lee Beckler. The weather is great, the cost travel is very reasonable, and the yoga studio is ideal for a training of this type.

Why Fallbrook (San Diego area) is Awesome:

  • Professional Yoga Trapeze studio (just 18 places available)
  • Great weather, always
  • The sea & the mountains
  • Great escape from your busy life
  • Very affordable flights and accommodation
  • Easy access from either Los Angeles or San Diego airports
  • Learn more about travel to Fallbrook (San Diego)

    Daily Immersion Schedule

    Daily Immersion Schedule*

    • 07:30-09:30 Group Class & Practice Teaching I
    • 09:30-11:00 Breakfast Break
    • 11:00-14:00 Workshop I & Practicing Teaching II
    • 14:00-15:00 Lunch Break
    • 15:00-17:30 Workshop II & Methodology
    • 17:30-19:00 Dinner Break
    • 19:00-20:30 Theory & Review

    *Schedule subject to change.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    There are two parts to the course. First, you’ll complete a 4-module eLearning component where you’ll study online with video-based classes. This is particularly effective for learning pose names, anatomical names, and basic sequences. We also have two live webinar sessions where you can ask questions, get answers, and prepare for the course.

    The second part of the course is the in-person immersion, and that is focused on practice teaching, leadership and safety. It’s 90% practical and designed to give you the confidence, experience, and practical skills needed to get out there and teach professionally.
    This course is designed for both current yoga teachers and non-teachers. If you’re a yoga teacher, obviously, the teaching skills will come more quickly; but still, the technical way to teach, the rigging, sequences, and the safety are all new to anyone. We do require you have a minimum of 6 months experience as a yoga student (any style).
    Yes, this course is just the right length of time required to give you the confidence, knowledge and experience needed to work professionally. This is not a yoga holiday or retreat, it’s a practical course designed to give you the skills needed to teach.
    Yes, absolutely. To get started, we recommend you start teaching privately right away, and you’ll be surprised how many gyms and yoga studios will be excited to add your classes to their schedules as well. Opportunities for this exciting new style are growing every day.
    Yes, you get a free Trapeze shipped anywhere in the world—you just choose the color!
    Yes. The minimum order is 10 units, and we can set you up with a wholesale account at no cost. Just pay as you go.
    We have loads of different options for you. San Diego is an extremely easy city to travel to. Please see our travel information page for ideas.

    Student Reviews (watch below)

    Success Stories: Yoga Trapeze Training (watch below)

    “The Yoga Trapeze Teacher Training could not have been better. The teachers were great in both professional and personal levels. The facilities were fantastic and of course the group was also very good. I not only learned a lot during the training but also had a very good time.

    I definitively recommend YOGABODY for those that are interested in knowing more about other yoga modalities.”

    Nathalia Moraes

    “Everything was explained step by step, nice and easy. There was plenty of time to learn as well, so I found it quite easy.”

    Kimberly Tripp

    “I was a little bit frustrated with the system before because I did not understand the moves and I did not have the upper body strength for some of the poses or the techniques so, after I came to the course, I was thought a lot about the technique.

    Barcelona it’s also the perfect place to be, the studios are gorgeous and clean, very professional. I loved the staff, they give the group experience but also take the time to give you the individual experience you are looking for.”

    Shannon Miller
    United States

    “The Trapeze Course really set us up for not only teaching it but also how to use it yourself and loads of creative opportunities; to create your own sequences and flows.

    For me was just a great community, there is a lot of people very who are very active in the yoga community. They have cool ideas, business ideas so is really cool to hear what they are into and start a good discussion. ”

    Andy Seymour
    United States


    Now Accepting Applications


    • Experience: 6 months consistent yoga practice
    • Mindset: long-term, positive, and career-focused
    • Culture: international and open-minded (we embrace diversity)
    • Tech: online access, a personal computer, basic computer literacy a microphone/headset
    • Language: conversational-level English (English as a 2nd language most welcome)

    Application Process

    1. Complete your application form
    2. Email us a photo (non-yoga is fine) to [email protected]

    Next Course: 13 – 18 November 2018


    By Application Only – All Applications Are Reviewed Thoroughly
    Incomplete Applications Cannot be Considered