There's Yoga, Then There's YogaZama

शम Zama (n) ~ balance, equanimity (Sanskrit)

YogaZama's 200-hour RYT program balances eastern tradition with western neuroscience to bring its students next-level yoga. 

Based on our psychotherapeutic yoga curriculum at The LISPY School, YogaZama steeps neurobiology and psychology into traditional yoga teacher training — with instruction in asana, pranayama, Ayurveda, mudras and more.

In addition to learning the necessary yoga foundations to be a successful instructor, YogaZama students will also explore:

  • Biomechanics of Movement and Physiology
  • Mantra Mindfulness and Meditation
  • Psychopathology and Yoga

In just 9 weeks you can walk away with a 200-hour RYT that goes deeper than standard yoga training. With YogaZama, you'll learn how to use yoga to transform both the brain and the body. And, in times like these, you know everyone can use some mind-body love.

YogaZama | Strong Body, Strong Mind

Already a yoga therapist or mental health clinician? GREAT! Our YogaZama program will give you new skills designed for use in clinical settings!  Plus you get an additional certification upon completion of this program. 

Enroll Today and Save $$$

Students who enroll before Jan. 1, 2021 can save up to 20%!

Pricing Options

You can choose to pay in full or use our interest-free payment plan options below! Early bird pricing ends Jan. 1, 2021.

Course Schedule

YogaZama 200 Hour RYT Spring 2021                

Course Intro: Friday, Jan. 22 @ 6 PM CT.

Weekend 1: Jan 23-24                

Weekend 2: Jan. 30-31                

Weekend 3: Feb. 6-7                  

-> Break: Feb. 8-14                         

Weekend 4: Feb. 20-21                

Weekend 5: Feb. 27-28              

Weekend 6: March 6-7               

-> Break: March 8-14                   

Weekend 7: March 20-21            

Weekend 8: March 27-28           

Weekend 9: April 3-4 *live attendance required                

Class Structure & FAQ

Who is YogaZama Perfect For?  

YogaZama is designed for anyone ready to OPTIMIZE mental health and personal performance for themselves, their clients, their students, and their communities.                               

Our past students have included yoga students of all levels, therapists, counselors, yoga teachers, business coaches, social workers, entrepreneurs, athletes, psychologists, musicians, teachers, and business owners, to name a few.

Our students tend to share a lifelong commitment to learning, a desire to make the world a better place, curiosity about how the human brain and body work, and a calling to help people. Basically, the YogaZama tribe is made up of totally incredible people that you will be so happy you met through this program! 

In short -- YogaZama is perfect for anyone interested in upping their game and changing their world for the better.

Is this Program Yoga Alliance Certified?

Yes! All graduates of this program will receive RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) credentials, and our YZT Certification (YogaZama Teacher). 

Bonus - if you're a Licensed or Pre-Licensed Therapist or IAYT Certified, you will also qualify for our YZC Certification (YogaZama Clinician). Two credentials for you!

Where Do We Meet?

This course is offered 100% virtually with live online weekends and replays included to support our busy and global community of students.  Simply log into your LISPY School account to join us virtually or to access the course materials. 

If you live in the Dallas area, you're welcome to join us in-person for the weekends at our LISPY school.  

Do I Need To Attend All Weekends Live - Virtually or In Person?


We encourage you to attend all weekends live in order to interact with faculty, fellow students, participate in discussions, ask questions, and be fully interactive with the course. We also know you're busy and replays of every weekend will be available, too.  

All course assignments must be complete by the final weekend to qualify for the certifications.

What Time Do Weekends Start & End?

Weekends start at 8:30 am central time.  We break for lunch and then wrap up by 5 pm central time. 

Still have more questions?
Email [email protected]. We're happy to help you!

Meet the Faculty

Head Instructor

Lisa Scheller

Lisa Scheller is a 200-hour RYT and a Certified Personal Trainer with 12 years of experience. She has worked for Equinox in New York and Dallas for the past 8 years. In 2012 she attended a Mindfulness Retreat at Plum Village, a Buddhist Monastery, and studied meditation under Thich Nhat Hanh. Her background is in dance, with 15 years of formal ballet training and an 8-year career as an office coach and Yoga Teacher for competitive figure skaters. Lisa attended Joschi International School of Yoga for her 200-hour training and has continued her yoga education through workshops at Pure Yoga and Equinox in New York.

Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Certified in Neurotherapy, Certificate in the Foundations of NeuroLeadership, HeartMath Certified Trainer

Dee O'Neill

Dee O’Neill is a Keynote Speaker and the Founder of NeuroCognitive Fitness, a concierge brain fitness assessment and training practice to help clients better understand how their brain works and how to make it work better. By first using advanced neurotechnology to assess NeuroCognition via brainmapping, cognitive testing, and standardized metrics, then secondly enhancing brain fitness through customized training programs. Dee has uniquely specialized education and experience in neuroscience, neurotechnology, along with coaching and counseling to effortlessly translate complex brain science principles into practical practices to not only manage, but maximize, brain fitness. Dee has a Master of Science Graduate Degree in Psychology from Chaminade University of Honolulu, and her undergraduate work was in Human Health and Exercise Science at the University of Hawaii.

Senior Instructor, C-IAYT, E-RYT500, YACEP

Kim Cox

Kim Cox is a long-time LISPY faculty member — in fact she actually helped WRITE the curriculum in 2016! Kim believes in the power and science of yoga with the tools of breathwork, mindfulness, asanas or poses, mantras, bandhas and more. Her philosophy with working with clients is not just about getting fit, losing a few pounds or inches or fitting into a smaller size, but more so working towards helping them find and live a healthy, centered and joyful way of life that is found on the mat. Kim is passionate about working with special populations, injuries and sickness, specifically focusing on stress, anxiety and depression, yoga therapy for the wellness and balancing of the brain and nervous system, and specifically in working with somatic experiencing to gain greater awareness and bandwidth with the sensations in the felt sense in the body. Since she was a teenager, Kim Cox has been drawn to all things physical. Moving her body in different sports and activities was always key to her health and well-being. Kim understood from a young age the benefits of keeping active, connecting the mind and the body and the release that was brought on by physical activity. It was no surprise that she would choose a career that would carry out her passion and share her beliefs with others.