200 hour Vinyasa & Hatha Teacher training. Bend, OR
January 2019 – June 2019
Participating in a yoga teacher training will transform your practice and empower you to teach. It’s the beginning of a lifestyle and a career rooted in service to helping others.
Your instructors Autumn Adams, RYT 500, Founder of Ambuja Yoga & Toni Larson, RYT 500 founder Barefoot BLISS Yoga.
The training will take place in downtown Bend. The beautiful Northwest is a perfect place to submerge yourself into the teachings of Yoga.
This training exceeds Yoga Alliance’s requirements for a 200 hr yoga teacher training. This training includes 220 hours of education; including:
Mantra and Chanting
Intro to Pre-Natal Yoga
Yamas and Niyamas
What a sustainable yoga practice means and why you teach it
Mentor-ship is available for students attending our 200 hr. yoga teacher training in Bend, Oregon
Super fun outdoor field trips in Bend, Oregon
Professional yoga photo and head shot
200 Hr. Yoga Teacher Training in Bend, Oregon Schedule:
Bend, Oregon 200 Hr. Yoga Teacher Training Investment:
$1750 USD for current yoga instructors with a 200 hour certification*
$500 deposit reserves your spot.
Balance Due by January 2nd 2019 (unless on a payment plan — all payments must be completed to receive certification)
*Do you currently have a 200 hr. yoga teacher certification, but feel like you need a “tune-up”? We invite you to join us in October to up-level your yoga teaching. Gain confidence as an instructor by diving deeper into relevant anatomy, safe and effective sequencing techniques, theme-ing and yoga philosophy. Improve your ability to “read the room” and adjust your teaching to best serve the students in front of you.
Scholarships & Payment Plans Available. $175 surcharge for payment plans.
I started Yoga several years ago with Toni as my instructor. She is an amazing teacher. Her knowledge of the anatomy of our bodies and her keen awareness of alignment and proper form are right on. She uses forms of verbal visualization to guide her students in their practice. For example the Eb and flow of the ocean waves in relationship to our breathing technique. I’m so thankful I have found strength and beauty through Toni’s nurturing classes. Namaste
To me, yoga is a purely physical pursuit. I am not a ‘seeker’. I come to class because it makes my nearly 60 year old, physically limited body feel better. Even though I’m not personally on a spiritual quest I appreciate that many people look to yoga because they are.
What I love about Toni’s classes; what I love about TONI, is her ability to provide a safe, comfortable yet challenging yoga environment that feeds ALL of her students no matter what brought them into her class in the first place. Honestly, over the years that I’ve been practicing with Toni I’ve often ended class wondering how she manages to pull it off considering the mash-up of student’s abilities and needs she encounters on the mat every day.
Most of all, Toni teaches respectfully; she meets each one of us where we are at the moment, without projecting expectation. That sounds like such a simple thing but it really isn’t; it’s pure, rare instinct, nurtured into talent. Take that, mix in a little wicked humor and that’s what I admire most about Toni and what keeps me and so many others coming back.
Toni reaches out through Yoga to her students in an incredible unique way, she is very knowledgeable and intuitive, thank you for sharing your amazing gift of the union of mind, body and spirit!