Has yoga made a difference in your life? Would you like to share the gifts you have received from your practice with others? Or are you drawn to simply go deeper into cultivating presence and awareness in all that you do?
All That Matters is proud to offer the Pranotthan School of Yoga's comprehensive, inspired and transformational teacher training with All That Matters senior teachers Kendall Sheldon, Mel Gorman-Wegimont and Tara Beaulieu, plus special guest, Devarshi Steven Hartman, founder of the Pranotthan School of Yoga. A passage of self-awakening in the fundamentals of yoga, this program is designed to deepen and clarify your experience, knowledge and practice of yoga while you train to become a confident, skillful and compassionate teacher in the style of your choice.
Immerse yourself fully in the yogic tools of asana, pranayama and meditation. In this training you learn the essential ingredients that create experiential, enlightening, yoga inquiries for your students that increase awareness in body, breath, emotion and thought. You learn how to bring awareness to movement and breath in a way that is right for you and your student’s body, limitations, strengths, and age – in other words, you discover the yoga that is right for you.
Gain ancient tools to create your most fulfilling life and learn how to bring the experience, depth, and benefits of yoga to your students in an inspiring, creative, safe format.
All That Matters senior teachers Kendall Sheldon, Mel Gorman Wegimont and Tara Beaulieu will lead the training with special guest, Devarshi Steven Hartman, founder of the Pranotthan Yoga School.
Select weekends will welcome a variety of experienced All That Matters’ faculty and guest teachers.
This training offers you a place in a rich and meaningful community that provides a safe and sacred place to learn, grow and to be witnessed and supported. You'll become a member of a well established yoga community that will be with you for the rest of your life.
This program is designed to deepen all facets of your relationship with yoga and the world around you. You will be encouraged to cultivate an embodied sense of self and purpose through the practice of living your yoga in all ways, body mind and spirit.
The Pranotthan Curriculum
We put emphasis on how to embody the teacher, so you’ll walk away with a heightened ability to be the most dynamic, energetic, informed and inspired teacher that you can be.
Complete attendance at all modules is mandatory, and all requirements must be fulfilled for certification.
All training weekend sessions (excluding Online Sessions) are held at
All That Matters Yoga + Wellness
315 Main St, Wakefield, RI
Weekend 1: January 12-15, 2023
Thursday, 5:30–9:30pm // Friday –Saturday, 8:30am–7:30pm // Sunday, 8:30am–6pm
Weekends 2–5: Feb 3, 4, 5 // Feb 24, 25, 26 // Mar 10, 11, 12 // Mar 31, Apr 1, Apr 2
Fridays, 5:30–9:30pm // Saturdays, 8:30am–7:30pm // Sundays, 8:30am–6pm
Weekend 6 (Graduation Weekend): May 4-7
Thursday, 6:00pm–9:00pm // Friday –Saturday, 8:30am–7:30pm // Sunday, 8:30am–12:30pm
Online (Zoom) Sessions: Saturdays 9am - 12:00pm
Jan 21, Feb 11, Mar 18, Apr 8, AND Apr 29, 8am-1:00pm
ATMYW reserves the right to cancel a program (workshop or training) at any time. If ATMYW cancels a program, you will receive a full refund. No refunds or credit are issued for classes postponed due to weather—every effort is made to reschedule such classes. Some programs may have special cancellation policies; see individual workshop and training descriptions. The in-person trainings currently offered at ATMYW are highly experiential in nature and require group participation to be successful. In order to ensure our high standards of excellence are met, training dates may be postponed to allow additional time for more enrollment. Programs that are rescheduled will do so with at least 2 weeks notice to participants to minimize the impact of those changes If a student cancels:
(see complete list of dates/times below)
January 12-15, 2023
Feb 3, 4, 5
Feb 24, 25, 26
Mar 10, 11, 12
Mar 31, Apr 1, Apr 2
Weekend 6 (Graduation Weekend):
Online (Zoom) Sessions:
Saturdays 9am - 12:00pm
Jan 21, Feb 11, Mar 18, Apr 8, AND
Apr 29, 8am-1:00pm
All That Matters yoga + wellness
315 Main Street Wakefield RI
All That Matters Senior Teacher
All That Matters Senior Teacher
All That Matters Senior Teacher & Director of Yoga
Special Guest Instructor:
Devarshi Steven Hartman
Founder, Pranotthan School of Yoga
How To Apply
Repeat PYTT students: $1600
Those with another 200-hr YTT certificate: $2300
This training is a Yoga Alliance certified program. Upon successful completion of this program, you can apply to Yoga Alliance for your RYT 200-Hour Designation.
Join us for a free informational session where you'll meet some of your trainers,
past graduates, and get your questions answered!
FREE INFO/Q+A SESSION WITH TARA
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11TH | 10:00AM-11:00AM
COME EARLY + EXPERIENCE A PRANOTTHAN YOGA CLASS FOR
FREE FROM 8:15-9:30am, CALL TO REGISTER 401.409.2121
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Kendall Sheldon, a founding teacher of All That Matters’ yoga program (1995), comes from a family of yogis. Practicing with both her mother and uncle, and meeting Swami Kripalu set her on her path as a teenager. Certified by the Kripalu Center in 1980 and Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy Center in 1994, Kendall has been sharing yoga with students and clients for over 30 years. In 2009 she completed the advanced training in Integrative Restoration (iRest®) with Richard Miller, PhD – who developed this modern adaptation of the ancient meditation practice of yoga nidra. Kendall is also a senior teacher in the Pranotthan Yoga Teacher Training at All That Matters since 2013.
Kendall teaches yoga as a practice of self-inquiry that invites students to experience their greatest potential.
Mel Gorman Wegimont, E RYT 500, has been teaching transformative yoga classes for 11 years. She completed her 200-hour teacher training with Cathy Cesario of Spirit Tree Yoga and her 500-hour Prana Flow® teacher training with Coral Brown. She is trained in Restorative Yoga through Jillian Pransky, is a certified Reiki Master and a co-teacher in the Pranotthan 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training. Mel’s journey with yoga has led her to study in Rishikesh, India and beyond. She regularly leads local workshops and trainings as well as yoga retreats around the world.
Mel became a student of yoga and the healing arts in 1999, when a friend brought her – one week after a breast-cancer diagnosis – to Kendall Sheldon's yoga class. In that first class Mel discovered the healing power of yoga, and today she is not only radiantly healthy but also joyfully sharing the healing benefits of yoga with students and mentoring others coping with cancer. Her practice and teaching are informed by study with numerous teachers, and her classroom setting is one of safe and sacred space where her students encounter a mixture of levity, reverence, and honesty as Mel guides them to their own experience of yoga. She encourages students to take their yoga – this practice of finding what they need in body, spirit, and heart – off their mats and into their lives.
Tara Beaulieu, E-RYT 200, is a graduate of the Pranotthan Yoga School through All That Matters. Her teachings are informed by extensive study of sacred texts, yogic philosophy, and modern-day yoga and movement modalities with teachers like Doug Keller and Trina Altman. She is trained in Deep Play for Kids, Yin Yoga and Meditation, Restorative Yoga, and is currently completing her 500-Hour teacher training with Alanna Kaivalya. Tara is also a teacher in the Pranotthan 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training.
A lifelong student of yoga and the arts, Tara’s practice is guided by her creative process: finding a balance between intuitive living and mindful action. Making the choice nearly 20 years ago to step out of the workforce and stay home with her three boys and pursue her art, she learned that the secret to living a consciously happy life is to practice listening to oneself. She believes that doing the work to make space for inner knowing, learning to trust instincts, and above all honoring personal truth paves a clear path for happiness in our lives. When we learn to interpret the signals that are inherent to our being (tuning in to our life force) we awaken an awareness and understanding that allows us to heal from within.
In addition to teaching yoga classes and leading retreats, Tara is a mother of 3 boys, a sea glass artist and silversmith.
Devarshi Steven Hartman, E-RYT, is the dean of the Pranotthan Yoga Guild, faculty member of Nosara Yoga Institute’s Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Curriculum, and former dean of The Kripalu School of Yoga. He has been a student and teacher of yoga and yoga philosophy since 1974, was a longtime Kripalu Ashram resident, and has dedicated his life to the study and practice of the art and science of yoga.
Devarshi is author of the best selling audio series The Essence of the Bhagavad Gita and the DVD Vigorous Kripalu Yoga. Founder of LifeQuest Intensive, Co-Founder of Acharya Intensive, and teacher of A Course in Miracles, Devarshi has lead transformational programs for over 35 years. He maintains a private practice in yoga therapy, life coaching, transformational breathwork, and bodywork in Palm Springs, California.