October 6th – November 12th -Applications due September 15th Full Payment Due October 1st, 2017

Standard Program Tuition: $500 (paid in full)

Dates: October 6th – November 12th


Fridays 4:30pm-9pm

Saturdays 10am-3:30pm

Sundays 10am-3:30pm

Trainees are invited to use the studio at student pricing

Full Schedule HERE >

Teacher Training Application HERE >>

Applications due September 15th Full Payment Due October 1st, 2017 for the Fall 2017 program.

Payment Information: A $100 non–refundable deposit is due with registration.  Please note LLF will charge a $100 service fee to set up monthly payments.

Questions? info@liveloveflowyoga.com


Max Twogood– Lead Trainer

Max has been teaching yoga since 2013, when he completed his 200 hour training in San Diego. He teaches a variety of styles including vinyasa, hot, and yin, aside from a variety of other fitness classes. Coming from an athletic background, Max found that yoga offered an opportunity to balance his other sports and tap into true mobility – flexibility and strength. What started as a very physical practice overtime manifested into a mental and spiritual practice as well. Max creates classes that are energetic and accessible to everyone in the room, regardless of experience, focused on strengthening our bodies and our awareness.

Indira Avdić, E- RYT 200 – Business of Yoga

Indira is a yogi who is passionate about life, people, and yoga. She first discovered yoga in 2009, as a way to heal a back injury she got in a car accident. By experiencing the physical and the mental benefits of the yoga practice, Indira knew from the very beginning that yoga would become an important part of her life. In 2011, Indira completed her 200-hour teacher training, knowing that this was what she wanted to do – share the benefits of yoga and help people in their healing journeys. Having extensive experience in the corporate world, Indira felt confident combining her business skills and passion for yoga to build a successful yoga studio where people could feel safe and welcomed. Today, a proud owner of Live Love Flow Yoga Studio, Indira works with a diverse group of talented teachers. Off the mat, Indira enjoys spending time with her family and traveling, especially to Europe, where she grew up. She often brings her worldliness into the classroom in addition to her spirituality and yoga philosophy.

Dr. Vivian M. Ledesma, DC – Anatomy & Physiology

Dr. Vivian Ledesma was born in Puerto Rico, and raised in Miami Florida. She graduated from Life University in 1991 with her doctorate in chiropractic. She has been in private practice in Seattle at Alliance Chiropractic and Healing Arts for over 25 years. Her passion for natural healing inspired her to create a team of providers who focus on a holistic approach to patient care. Dr. Ledesma is an active member of  Washington State Chiropractic Association and the Professional Business Builders. Her personal interests include fitness,travel, healthy cuisine, culture, and personal development. She is a member of the LLF community




Whether your Teacher Training journey is rooted in a commitment to yourself, your future as a teacher or your love of all things yoga, students who have gone through our program have increased their strength, clarity and confidence in their practice and themselves.

Through our Teacher Training program you will:

  • Learn to teach a yoga class as an all-encompassing workout for the body, mind, and spirit
  • Explore the foundations and history of yoga in comparison to modern day yoga
  • Learn proper alignment of poses, how to avoid injuries, and basic anatomy
  • Understand how to sequence postures/asanas in a fluid manner and unite breath with movement
  • Receive the tools to create a successful, dynamic yoga class that draws your students in and expands your following
  • Hone your presentation and communication skills to inspire and deliver a class in a concise, effective manner
  • Learn to read bodies and give safe and effective hands-on physical adjustments that increase the power of your students’ practice