Yoga Teacher Training in Topanga, California with Caroline Klebl

Los Angeles, Feb 19, 2019 ( – Immerse deeply in the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice in this Yoga Teacher Training with Caroline Klebl from April 22nd to May 22nd, 2019. This certification course is registered with the Yoga Alliance and surpasses their 200 and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training standards. Caroline Klebl offers a comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training program to yoga teachers, aspiring teachers and all levels of yoga practitioners. This teacher training combines the high standards of practice of the Ashtanga Vinyasa System with the development of teaching skills necessary to introduce students to Yoga practice safely and effectively. By learning the Ashtanga Yoga method, it is possible to teach Vinyasa, Power, and Ashtanga Yoga classes. For additional information please visit

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A Yoga Teacher Training Manual will be supplied to each participant. To those who attend all scheduled classes, a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certificate will be issued, at the end of the course. With this certificate, you will be able to register as a 200 RYT with the Yoga Alliance. Those who have already completed a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training, will receive a 200-hour Advanced Training Certificate towards 500-hour Certification. Beginners are welcome to attend the 200-hour program.


April 22nd to May 22nd, 2019

Price: $2900

Early Bird before March 22nd: $2600

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To reserve your space, please pay the $500 deposit


Training Location: 

The 1909

1909 N Topanga Canyon Blvd

Topanga, CA 90209

The 1909 is a beautiful venue in the Santa Monica Mountains, with a large yoga space with vaulted ceilings and views of trees and nature, changing rooms, an outdoor amphitheater for yoga and meditation and free abundant street parking. 


For additional information and to register for the course please visit

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