Welcome to ReneeYoga™ & the Institute of Interdisciplinary Yoga Studies
Home of yoga teacher training in the midwest

I am Renee DeTar and the creator of The Institute of Interdisciplinary Yoga Studies (IIYS), a registered yoga teacher training program with the United States Yoga Alliance at both the 200- 300 and 500-hour levels.

IIYS and ReneeYoga is the manifestation of many years of teaching and studying yoga along with other healing modalities. After owning and managing large yoga studios offering a variety of yoga styles, as well as working with fit elite athletes, students suffering from severe accident injuries, mothers and mommies-in-waiting, and those experiencing the aches and pains of the body from aging and disease, I have a unique perspective in the yoga teacher training field. The IIYS offers a liberal arts approach to learning; not holding one style over another.  Thus, we have a rockin' teacher training faculty and a liberal approach to your plan of study, whether you are looking for a 200 hour certificate or want to finish your 500 hour certificate.

I hope you take the time to review my site in detail, feeling free to contact me with any questions that you may have.

With immense gratitude and appreciation for you, the yoga teacher of the future, and to my past teachers and students, and especially to my own teachers with whom I continue to study, thank you for allowing me to be a part of this incredible journey.

The art work on my site was created by Liz Lark of the United Kingdom who is a yoga artist and famous for her "Yoga Poetry" vinyasa sequencing classes and elemental vinyasa workshops as well as world reknowned published author.  ReneeYoga proudly represents Liz and her artistry here in the US.  We are posting a few pieces of her work that will be for sell on our ReneeYoga Shop page as soon as they are ready for production. Large canvas and laminated vinyasa sequences for students and teachers alike will be available.

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