Continuing Education

Yoga Alliance Certified

Deepen your practice and your knowledge

Are you are a yoga professional or a curious practitioner and wish to deepen your yoga knowledge and techniques?

Then a continuing education course may be something for you!

You will learn selected specialized yoga topics that will allow you to expand your horizons when it comes to your personal practice or that of your students.

With the knowledge you will acquire, you will gain a deeper understanding of the functioning of anatomical and energetic body layers, and develop a more complete insight in yoga.

YACEP Courses 2025

yacep teacher coursesContinuing education courses consist of 30, 50 or 100 hours of study and practice of specific yoga and Restorative Alignment topics and are Yoga Alliance YACEP registered.


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Why to keep on learning?

You want to expand your range of problem-solving tools when practicing or teaching yoga.

You want to gain up-to-date, functional and practical yoga knowledge.

You want to go beyond theory and experience this knowledge at first hand.

You want to specialize your knowledge in order to be able to better help yourself and others.

You want to participate in a YACEP registered training to keep your Yoga Alliance registration valid.

Go out into the world with the knowledge you need to teach yoga safely and confidently.

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· Brigitte Longueville ·

Traveling to India 40 years ago was my big inspiration to start practicing yoga. Studying the more traditional yoga paths (Iyengar- and Ashtanga-yoga) and interlacing it with the functional restorative yoga that I have been practicing during the past 20 years, created a fruitful mix that resulted in the birth of Restorative Alignment. Some of my most influential teachers have been Clive Sheridan, Gert van Leeuwen, David McAmmond, and my Vipassana teacher S.N. Goenka.

Since 2008 I hold a Yoga Alliance registration as E-RYT500 and YACEP provider and have trained over a thousand new yoga teachers in my RYT200 Restorative Alignment teacher training courses.

· Susanna Borgatti ·

My passion for yoga started in San Francisco, California. Initially my interest was a simple desire to increase my flexibility and I felt yoga would be a great way to do so. Over the years I have explored many different styles of yoga such as Iyengar and Vinyasa. My practice in restorative yoga deepened with the help of Brigitte Longueville. Soon I discovered that it was an incredible tool that could address injuries and chronic pain while also calming the mind.

My style of teaching is accessible, yet informative, and adheres to the general principle that anyone and everyone can benefit from the practice. A balance of simple form, fluid movement and exploration of the particular nature of posture in yoga. The understanding of the movement patterns in the body is critical for the meaningful realization of asanas.

Certification: Yoga Alliance registered teacher (E-RYT200). Training: With Brigitte Longueville (E-RYT500) Restorative/ Multi-Style 300-hours teacher training, completed in 2008 at the Solstice Yoga Center.

· César Ramos ·

My curiosity for yoga started almost 10 years ago. When I started my practice I did it without a particular goal beyond exercising and developing flexibility, mostly self-taught.

This changed after a 10-day Vipassana meditation course, where I discovered how difficult it was to sit upright for more than two minutes. I felt something was wrong with my posture, despite being active and sporty my back could not support me. It was then that my interest in yoga was aroused, especially in Restorative Alignment.

In 2020 I trained as a yoga teacher, deepening my knowledge in techniques to help me develop a stronger and more flexible back,  created and since then I have been teaching online and private classes to people from all over the world.

I would like to thank my teachers, especially Brigitte and S.N. Goenka for sharing their knowledge with me.

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