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New Teacher Training Dates!


Warrior Bridge 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Are you ready to live like a warrior? Throughout our 10 weekend teacher training program you will transform the way you move, gain a newfound understanding of yoga and movement while cultivating your voice as a teacher.

In our training aspiring teachers will learn a system of yoga, movement and meditation techniques from which they can design practices that range from restorative and healing to vigorous flows incorporating strength training and advanced asana. Training will be led by some of NYC's most respected yoga and movement teachers including Sean Langhaus, Emily Lesinski, Sam Chase, Isaac Pena, Erin Vaughn and David Rome.


November 4th-January 28th
Saturday & Sunday

*No training the weekends of 11/25, 12/23, 12/30, 

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Acro Warrior Teacher Training

February 10th- April 1st

Saturdays & Sundays


*No training weekend of March 3rd & 4th

At AcroWarrior we believe in the transformative power of Acro, the power that AcroYoga and Partner Acrobatics has to transform an individual, a community or even the world.


Starting February 10th at Warrior Bridge we commence NYC's first Acro Teacher Training. Our 7 weekend teacher training program will equip movement teachers with the tools and methodology to share the practice of partner Acro. Each weekend will consist of skill refinement, conditioning, practice teaching, lectures and group discussions to cultivate our voices as Acro teachers. In our training we will offer tools for intelligent warm ups, clear explanations and well thought out progressions as well as an emphasis on community building and safe play.


Through out training we will also spend significant time refining and developing our personal movement practices through handstand and flexibility training, acrobatic movement and conditioning as well as other movement arts. Our results in partner acro are going to be intimately affected by the quality of our personal movement practice and for that reason we  also must also understand how to train the two in unison.


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