Jason Crandell Yoga Method


Power + Precision + Mindfulness

Vinyasa Training



Upcoming Dates & Locations:

London | triyoga

August 3 to 28, 2020

A Reputation, Method, and Community You Can Trust

Experience matters. And, with countless options in today’s training environment, Jason Crandell’s method of practicing, teaching, and developing curriculum stands above the rest. Jason has been recognized as a “teacher’s teacher” by the most prestigious national and international yoga conferences and publications for nearly two decades. His method of incorporating the timeless tradition of self-inquiry with modern vinyasa yoga has made him one of the most sought after yoga teachers in the world.

As part of his dedication to depth, accuracy, and a rational approach to yoga, the anatomy components of this program were co-created by Jason and Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon and Sports Medicine Dr. Paul Roache. Even more, his Injury Management process has been co-created by Dr. Bryan Lau, Dr. of Sports Medicine for Hong Kong’s Olympic athletes.

Hundreds of exceptional students have graduated from Jason’s programs over the years. Many of whom have become leading teachers in their community and beyond. Two of these teachers, Adam Husler and Adam Hocke, have become celebrated teachers in the UK and Europe, and will be joining Jason as Faculty for this training. 

Take this training if:

 + You crave a more consistent and systematic method of teaching vinyasa yoga

 + You’re looking for a training that will 200-hour teacher training will provide you with the knowledge, support, and technique to begin teaching yoga in a clear and confident way.

 + You’re not sure if you want to teach, but you love yoga and are looking for a transformative and comprehensive immersion

 + You want to learn the most up-to-date asana techniques, the most effective sequencing structures, and the most contemporary way to safely cue and guide your students.


What You’ll Learn

Our goal is to prepare graduates so that they’re ready to begin teaching upon graduation. To do this, we will emphasize the four most critical elements of teaching: sequencing your classes, verbally cueing your classes, manually guiding your students, and being technical accurate in your description of postures, techniques and philosophy. We’ll cover:

+ The 3 layers of sequencing: how to begin your teaching journey by memorizing sequences that are provided to you, developing your own effective sequences, and developing a month-long curriculum of sequences.

+ A revolutionary approach to manual adjustments that focuses on helping your students develop greater stability, strength, and comfort—not simply flexibility.

+ Verbal cueing that focuses on accuracy and how students effectively learn information in the classroom.

+ How to hosting your students with kindness, care, and compassion in order to create a safe, supportive, and inclusive community.


Jason Crandell will teach 80% of the 200-hr Training Immersion,
while Adam Husler and Adam Hocke will teach the remaining 20%.

 Jason Crandell


Jason Crandell, is a natural teacher and author with over 20 years of experience. His accessible, grounded classes integrate the best elements of power yoga, anatomical precision and mindfulness teachings. With a “knack for teaching subtle body movements in a way that everyone can understand” (Yoga Journal),Jason’s articulate, down-to-earth teaching will educate and empower you.

Named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga,” by Yoga Journal, Jason has been one of the most in-demand teachers at conferences around the world for over a decade. Considered a “teachers-teacher,” Jason has taught on countless teacher-training faculties, leads trainings globally, and regularly presents teacher-training content at esteemed conferences. He also provides online training on Yogaglo.com.


Adam Hocke

Adam Hocke teaches precise, strong, and practical yoga classes to students in London, blending contemporary understandings of movement and mindfulness with the traditions of yoga. His popular video and audio classes stream online to yogis in over 150 countries. Adam’s writing has been featured in numerous publications including Huffington Post and Om Yoga & Lifestyle Magazine. He leads teacher trainings, workshops, and immersions throughout the UK and Europe. Adam has trained with Jason since 2010. Learn more at adamhocke.com .

Adam Husler

Adam Husler offers creative, effective and clearly-sequenced teachings that focus on balancing flexibility and strength; physically and mentally. Educated by globally renown teachers, including Jason Crandell and Michael Stone, Adam specialises in a signature style of Alignment-Based Vinyasa— fuelled by a fascination with anatomy and a desire to ask ‘why?’ Adam teaches a robust home schedule in London and continuously leads workshops, trainings and festivals around the world. Learn more at adamhusler.com .

The Curriculum

Our curriculum is comprised of four integrated units of practice and study: Asana Practice, Functional Anatomy, Philosophical Inquiry, and Teaching Methodology. Each of these units is inherently intertwined. For example, functional anatomy informs our asana practice and our teaching techniques. Similarly, our philosophical inquiry grounds us in the yoga tradition and guides our teaching. Here is a small sample of how these units will work together.

Asana Practice

This training has an exceptionally skillful and comprehensive approach to practicing and teaching modern yoga. Yoga is much more than an asana practice. At the same time, the asana practice is the main place where people experience all of the other dimensions of the practice.

Our Asana Practice curriculum will operate on two levels simultaneously: you will deepen and refine your practice while learning the most effective techniques to teach your future students.

You will learn:

 + How to effectively practice and teach 5 different styles of Sun Salutations with consistent timing and rhythm.

 + How to practice and teach standing postures in the most skillful, effective way—and, how to group them together in standing-pose flows that make sense for a modern body. 

How to practice and teach basic arm balances, inversions, and core strengthening work in the most practical and impactful way.

How to practice and teach forward bends and backbends to support spinal health and longevity.

+ How to help students adapt postures to meet the needs of all ages and body-types.

+ How to incorporate strength training and stability work into asana practice.

+ How to incorporate restorative yoga and myofascial release into asana practice. 

Functional Anatomy + Injury Prevention


Our study of functional anatomy focuses on yoga’s unique ability to manage the physical and mental stresses of modern life. We’ll also study functional anatomy to ensure that the techniques we’re using are modern, logical, and up-to-date.

Our approach to functional anatomy and technique is informed by Jason’s two decades of teaching, as well as his work ongoing study with Dr. Bryan Lau and Dr. Paul Roache, both of whom are leading doctors of Sports Medicine and Orthopedics.

As teachers, we’ll dive deeply into:

+ How to keep the knees and hips healthy on and off the mat.

+ How to create balance in the spine and core through our asana practice. 

+ How to produce functional strength and mobility in the shoulders, neck and upper-back.

+ How to troubleshoot the common challenges that students experience in their wrists and elbows.

+ How to move beyond simply stretching and create greater mobility with strength and active range of motion.

+ How to reduce repetitive stress injuries and over-stretch injuries. 

Philosophical Inquiry

At its core, yoga is the study of our humanity and transcendence. Although we take a modern approach to asana practice, functional anatomy, and teaching methodology, our philosophical inquiry is rooted in the tradition of yoga.

In this training, we will study the history, wisdom, and philosophical paradigms that form the yoga tradition.

Specifically, we will explore the insight contained in:

+ The Hatha Yoga Pradipika

+ The Upanishads

+ The Bhagavad-Gita

+ The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 

+ Contemporary Buddhist and Neuroscience, as discussed in the book, The Buddha’s Brain

Daily Experience:

Each morning is dedicated to your practice and meditation. We will begin with a brief, seated meditation, followed by a complete, intelligently sequenced vinyasa practice. In these practices, you’ll experience your physical edge and grow as a practitioner. You’ll simultaneously deepen your practice by working on advanced postures and their modifications. Even more, you’ll learn to work with your own body in a more skillful, effective and efficient way in order to build depth in your practice for years to come.

Each afternoon is dedicated to becoming a knowledgeable, skillful and insightful teacher. You’ll work on every aspect of teaching, from functional anatomy and injury prevention, to intelligent sequencing and effective cueing. Through the techniques that Jason has developed over decades of teaching and working with leaders in Sports Medicine, you will learn the most accurate and modern ways of teaching vinyasa yoga. Through structured reading, lectures, and discussions about yoga philosophy and self-inquiry, you will also develop keen insight into the subtle dimensions of this timeless practice. 


Week 1: August 3 – 8, Day off Sunday, August 9

Week 2: August 10-15, Day off, Sunday, August 16

Week 3: August 17-22, Day off, Sunday, August 23

Week 4: August 24-28, Friday, August 28th is the final day.

Mondays – Thursday: 9:00am-5:30pm

Fridays and Saturdays: 9am-9:00pm

9:00am-9:30am: Daily overview and seated meditation

9:30am-12:00pm: Daily asana practice and technique laboratory

12:00pm-1:30pm: Lunch (most important 90 minutes of the day)

1:30pm-3:00pm: Functional Anatomy, Asana Breakdowns, Injury Prevention  + Management

3:00pm-5:00pm: Teaching Lab: sequencing, cueing, adjusting,

professional/business development

5:00pm-5:30pm: Yoga Philosophy + Meditation

Certification and Pre-Requisites

Jason has developed this program so that every student can be successful in the training, regardless of age and ability level. In order to join this program, we ask that you have been practicing yoga consistently for a minimum of 18 months. Upon full completion of the program, you will be qualified to join Yoga Alliance as a 200-hour Certified Teacher.

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