Create Truly Inclusive Yoga Classes

for students from various backgrounds

  • Learn common mistakes teachers make to unintentionally exclude students

  • Opportunities for deep reflection on hidden biases and ways to avoid them

  • Gain better languaging and cueing skills to make all your class speak to students from various backgrounds

  • Yogic practices that make everyone and every body feel included in your classes

  • Quizzes, role-playing, and self-care exercises throughout to support your growth and learning

Who Should Take This Course?

  • New & Experienced Teachers

    Who want to learn various ways to create inclusive, inviting spaces for all students.

  • Studio Owners

    Who want to invite new, diverse populations to their spaces.

  • Yoga Business Coaches

    Who want to use proper language in their offerings so others don't feel alienated.

Watch Intro Video

Meet Your Instructor

Aishatu Yusuf, Johns Hopkins EdD Candidate & E-RYT

Student Testimonials

“Aishatu helped open my eyes to a different perspective. This will help me as I continue to go through my daily life. ”

“I really felt that Aishatu personally connected with me, even through a screen, and she got her point across eloquently but firmly. I don't think I'll ever forget her stories or our privilege "walk" and her contributions to the community. ”

“I thoroughly enjoyed the activity where we had to calculate our privilege score. It was very informative. I found her work to be really inspiring and I was so intrigued the whole time she was speaking. ”


  • How long is this course?

    5.5 hours of content which includes recording content, quizzes, demos, activities for integration, and more. The additional hours earned for YA credits come in the place of work and assignments outside of this course.

  • Does this course count towards YACEP hours?

    Yes! Aishatu Yusuf is a Yoga Alliance Continuing Education Provider (YACEP). By completing this training, you will receive 10 non-contact training hours under the Teaching Methodology category.

  • Will I learn everything I need to know about race, gender, and ability after taking this course?

    Of course not! This course is a jumping off point for teachers to start to understand HOW to create inclusive spaces. Once taking this course, we encourage you to do more research to unlearn centuries of socialization.