Two Birds Yoga Training at Balanced Hot Yoga

Yoga Alliance Certified School

Balanced Hot Yoga is excited to sponsor these upcoming teacher trainings:

Study with internationally recognized yoga teacher trainer Libby Cox (E-RYT 500) & her amazing team!

Earn your 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Certification through Two Birds Yoga Training at Balanced Hot Yoga

200 and 300 Hour Fall Programs

Balanced Hot Yoga is thrilled to play host to Two Birds Yoga Training again this Fall, 2017. The training is a comprehensive 200-Hour, Yoga Alliance-certified course, designed to help you find your unique voice within the context of the yoga teaching conversation. 

After years of continued service and contributions to teacher trainings such as Yoga YogaEveryOne Yoga School and Global Yoga Shala, Libby BaileyCox is now the director of Two Birds Yoga Training, a 200-hour and 300-hour Registered Yoga School with the Yoga Alliance. The curriculum for Two Birds Yoga Training draws from many different yogic disciplines and philosophies, as the faculty roster is populated with a diverse and erudite group of educators and yoginis. 


October 19, 2017 - June 14, 2018*
 *excepting Holidays and Spring Break.
The Sanskrit word tapas translates to “fiery discipline,” and it is one of the oldest and most classical ideas of a focused practice that burns away all that keeps us separate from the world. In this unprecedented training at Balanced Hot Yoga in Eugene, an experienced group of teacher trainers led by Libby BaileyCox (E-RYT 500) will inspire you to discover the physical, philosophical, and energetic benefits of hot yoga so that you may kindle this fire within and share it with others.

Unique in the hot yoga world, the Two Birds teacher training program focuses on how today’s alignment-based hot yoga practice can be enriched by classical Indian philosophy, pranayama, and Ayurveda to build an integrated yoga practice (in a heated room or not) for you and your students. The program is designed to bring students into focus with the body rather than escaping it, using the body itself as a form of meditation and concentration through the flow of movement.

In this teacher training program, you will:

  • Discover the long-standing physical and energetic benefits of a hot yoga practice

  • Discover the long-standing physical and energetic benefits of non-heated yoga practice

  • Explore the quality of tapas (internal heat) as a source of strength, austerity, and discipline

  • Discuss the roots and history of hot yoga through the study of yogic philosophy, the Sutras, and basics of Sanskrit language

  • Receive expert instruction about the anatomy, physiology, and alignment of yoga practices in a heated environment

  • Learn the basics of yogic energetic models, including the koshas, the gunas, the cakras, and the doshas

  • Practice leading classes using precise cues and active language rather than pure demonstration

  • Develop comprehensive and creative hot yoga sequences while remaining true to the classical discipline of yoga

Your study is led by a tenured faculty whose experience as yoginis, yoga teachers, and teacher trainers together spans several decades. They offer expertise in anatomy and kinesiology (Rachel Hector), yogic philosophy (Libby BaileyCox), themes and alignment in posture practice (Michele Bulgatz), yoga for women's health (Delora Frederickson), and your trainers have long-standing practices in several styles including Ashtanga, Bikram, Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative and Kundalini yoga. This intensive program gives you the tools to lead safe yet challenging yoga practices for all levels of students while also teaching yoga as a truly holistic practice.

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