100 Hour Embodied Graduate Yoga Teacher Training

The next step after your 200 hour teacher training

This course is for anyone interested in pursuing further study and education after completing their initial 200 hour teacher training course.


Upon completion graduates will be supplied with a 100 hour certificate of Graduate Yoga Study and Teaching, this course counts towards continuing professional development points with Yoga Australia.


Training modules include:

Embodied awareness and kinesthetic training, posture and movement patterns, breath and posturing in asana;  advanced anatomy and physiology; advanced asana, benefits, variations, contraindications, adjustment and class sequencing; yoga philosophy; pranayama, relaxation and meditation; class management and ethics; and  workshop structure and business skills studies.



Applications are not yet open.

The course runs from June – August 2019. In addition, trainees must attend a minimum of 12 hours of yoga practice at Body Flow Yoga over the duration of the course.


Prior learning

This course is open to yoga teachers that have completed a minimum of 200 hours teacher training. We also recommend that you attend a few classes at Body Flow Yoga before applying to get a feel for the teaching style we offer.



Our 100 hour teacher training is $2,800. The first five applicants to the course receive a $300 discount. A deposit of $500 needs to be paid to secure your place. Flexible payment plans are available and can be arranged over the phone after your deposit has been paid. Body flow yoga members receive 15% off the full course fees.  All trainees are encouraged to register as members prior to course commencement.


Apply online early 2019

100 hour graduate application form will be available soon, please email hello@bodyflowyoga.com to receive yours as soon as it’s ready.  We’ll be in touch to chat about your application after which you can purchase the course online or pay your $500 deposit to reserve your place. Payment plans are arranged over the phone once your deposit has been received.

Sophie Le Fevre – Lead teacher trainer


asana, relaxation, pranayama, yoga philosophy, teaching methodology, sequencing, practicum, energetics, assessment


Sophie is a highly experienced yoga teacher and the director of education at body flow yoga. She grew up with a yoga teacher mother and was interested in yoga from an early age. Sophie qualified as a teacher through the Australian Yoga Teachers Network in 2000 and completed Donna Farhi’s Advanced Teacher Training in 2004. She has taught yoga for over 18 years in classes, workshops, retreats and teacher training.

Sophie has been Level 3 certified by Yoga Australia since 2013, holds a Bachelor of Science with a major in Psychology, has a Certificate IV in training and assessment as well as business management qualifications and experience.

She is passionate about connecting the universal principles of movement with breath and establishing strong foundations in poses. Sophie is known to incorporate yoga philosophy in classes with a modern and intuitive grace. She encourages her students’ ability for self observation and mindfullness. She posesses an natural ability to guide students to find listen deeply to aims for authentic experience in her classes.

Sarah Hammond – Lead teacher trainer


anatomy and physiology, asana, teaching methodology, mentoring, sequencing


Sarah is a fun and knowledgable yoga teacher and studio manager with more than 8 years of experience in the industry. Beginning yoga as a teen, she fell in love with the practice and trained as a teacher at just 21 and has been leading classes, workshops trainings ever since.


Sarah has a background in event management and oversees the day to day running of the studio and the administration of the teacher training program. She is passionate about building community amongst students and teacher trainees and facilitates the mentoring and methodology lectures.


Sarah has trained with Lesley Kaminoff and guides the anatomy and physiology lectures with a focus on the biomechanics of the body combined with a breath centred approach to the way we move. Her classes encourage self awareness and a thorough exploration of movement combined with modern anatomy. She is passionate about guiding students to use their Yoga practice as a means for accepting themselves and acceptance of others.

Additional teaching faculty

Suzie Hoile (philosophy), Lisa Ball (adjusting, theming) and other specialty teachers as appropriate.