I practiced for several years before I decided to dive in and take a YTT. Researched several, was smart about it and took classes from trainers, and as luck would have it, not only did the Body Heat YTT match my schedule, but I happened to like Kelsey's class.

As for the training itself, I was more than satisfied in every way. As I did have a personal practice already, I was afraid it would just be going over asanas that I've done thousands of times, but unlike some other trainings that gloss over the philosophy behind yoga, the BH YTT delved into the other aspects of the 8 limbs. That, and including meditation and pranayama exercises, it was in these aspects that I really did deepen my practice. Another aspect that I liked was that regarding the asanas, sequencing wasn't a one and done workshop, but was instead incorporated throughout the training as new poses we're introduced into our repertoires. If anyone is even slightly interested in becoming a teacher or advancing their practice, I couldn't recommend the BH 200 YTT enough.