Did you know that Columbus, Ohio’s Balanced Yoga is joining forces with Cleveland Yoga and The Baptiste Institute to launch a brand new Baptiste yoga teacher training program at Balanced Yoga, kicking off in January 2016?
Here are five reasons the two-week intensive is calling your name:
1. Tami Schneider.
Are Greg Fisher and Nicole Klasa some of your favorite instructors? We can’t get enough of their classes either. Well, you could learn from the same instructor who first taught them. Tami Schneider, Senior Certified Baptiste Yoga Teacher and owner of Cleveland Yoga will facilitate the 200-hour Teacher Training program offered at Balanced Yoga.
2. It’s currently one of only two Baptiste Institute’s 200-hour teacher training being offered in the United States.
You read that correctly. Our beloved studio is putting Ohio on the map, as we join the ranks of Singapore and Canada.
3. Hands-on assisting courtesy of Balanced Yoga owners, Leah Westwater and Nicole Klasa.
What better way to experience the heart of a yoga studio than with first-hand attention from its owners? Both Leah and Nicole are 200-hour certified from The Baptiste Institute.
4. You can do anything for two weeks.
After two sweaty, fun and intense weeks, you will be ready to lead and teach a powerful 90-minute Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga class.
5. You’re worth it.
You deserve personal discovery. To never stop learning. To deepen your practice—both on and off your mat. During the immersion, you’ll not only receive intensive education in yoga asana, meditation and practice teaching, but also, the training offers dedicated time for individual exploration. After all, whether becoming a yoga instructor is your dream, or yoga teacher training is calling your name for another reason, those around us always benefit when we take time to better our authentic selves.
Bonus: The Baptiste Institute’s 200 hour Training Program is a brand spanking new program. Be one of the first in the world to experience it. As Founder Baron Baptiste says, “Don’t wish for it. Work for it.”