Epídavros Yoga School

For deeper understanding of your body, and your practice.

For continued learning and CEUs .

Every yoga enthusiast would be well served to take a 200 hour foundational yoga training.

Epídavros Yoga School is a Yoga Alliance  registered yoga school and offers foundational 200 hour trainings, as well as continuing education for both teachers and practitioners, alike.

300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Not just for teachers.

Upcoming Training Details
300 hour Yoga Training:
September 18th, 2018 thru June 16th, 2019

We lead aspiring teachers, current teachers, and serious students into a deeper and richer practice, enabling them to live richer, more full lives through yoga.

For More Information: Contact Tara at 503.931.5686 or info@epidavrosonline.com

Program Fees:​ 
Early Bird price is $4300 (paid in full by 7-16-18).
Early price is $4500 (paid in full by 8-16-18). 
Regular rate $4800 on 8-17-18 or after.
$500 additional discount for Epidavros 200 hour training alumni. 
($800 deposit paid at time of application.  Balance due in full prior to or on 9-11-2018.)
OR, take modules at your own pace. Priced individually.
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Take the entire training in 9 months, or take modules at your own pace toward a 300 hour certification, or for CEUs.
What We are Offering
It is our passion to reach anyone and everyone seeking yoga instruction. Some of these students will be household yogis and some will have the drive to become a devout yogi, transforming every area of their lives. It is our goal and mission to walk with them down their paths, guiding, encouraging and inspiring thru our own example and knowledge of the classic teachings of yoga. We do this by relying on a variety of highly trained and skilled trainers who bring their own unique personality and drive to the mat.

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Meet Your Lead Trainers
Lead Trainer, Patti Stone, 

Patti Stone,  BS, e500RYT, 1000CYT, AYS, TIYT, is an IAYT Certified Yoga Therapist at the 1000hr level, an Ayurvedic Yoga Specialist and a Trauma Informed Yoga Therapist.  She is a member of International Association of Yoga Therapists as well as Yoga Alliance.  Patti uses the yoga tools to find balance and ease of living in our body, mind, heart, and spirit.  She has trained with Joseph LePage, Nischala Joy Devi, Tom Myers, and Katherine Templeton among others at, Kripalu, Himalyan Institute, and Satchidananda Ashram.  Patti has extensive experience working with clients with various conditions and she is associated with Legacy Health to work with cancer patients.

Lead Trainer, Yogi Nasser
Since 1994, Yogi Nasser has been teaching nondenominational Hatha Yoga to all those who are passionate about developing themselves holistically. His classes are conducted with an emphasis on conscious thought, breath, and movement. The practice is non-strenuous, yet challenging, and is tailored to suit each student at what ever level of ability they may be. From students who have never practiced before, to the most seasoned teachers, all can benefit from his guidance.
Other Trainers:

Tyler Kragerud, BS, LMT
​With a background in personal training, yoga, and massage therapy, I love sharing my passion for the human body in relation to movement with others. Seeing how form dictates function and function affects our structure has always been fascinating to me. I look forward to bringing fresh perspectives to students who also share the joy of putting knowledge in to practice in order to experience it firsthand and share its many benefits with others.

Beth Learn, founder and CEO of Fit2B® 
Beth Learn has been teaching Yoga since 2004, and she holds a bachelors degree in Exercise & Sport Science from Oregon State University. She is the founder and main instructor of Fit2B Studio at fit2b.com which provides niche workouts that speak to postpartum recovery, diastasis recti, prolapse, hernia, and knee and spine issues. Beth lives in on a small hobby farm in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and 2 wild offspring. She is happiest when she's helping people discover how to connect with their bodies so they can be stronger contributors to their families, communities, and this world! In her spare time, she enjoys reading historical fiction, race walking, weightlifting, snowshoeing, hiking, and just about anything active! 

Laura Helms
Laura came to yoga in 2005, when she enrolled in a class at a community college. She was instantly inspired and moved by the practice. Throughout the years her practice waxed and waned, but it was always there when she needed help getting through life’s transitions. In 2010, she used the power of pranayama breathing to bring her daughter into the world au-natural. After the birth of her daughter, she was left with a lot of extra baby weight and an unfamiliar sense of self. Feeling a bit awkward in her new skin, Laura returned to her yoga practice with a renewed sense of self, dedication, and commitment. She lost all the baby weight, and her story was even featured in Kathryn Budig’s Big Book of Yoga from Women’s Health Magazine. Laura began her teaching career by teaching English to adults, but was eventually inspired to switch gears and begin teaching her true passion, yoga! As an avid Vinyasa Flow practitioner with an obsession for arm balances and inversions, Laura seeks to bring her spirited love of yoga to her students. Laura’s classes are a playful multi-level mix of alignment, breath, challenge, humor, and love.

Sophia Miller
As a young child who experienced high anxiety and obsessive compulsive tendencies, I practiced yoga naturally. My body knew exactly what to do to calm and soothe itself in times of stress, whether it be rocking gently, hanging upside down from a tree, or curling up in a ball. I became involved in gymnastics, and fell head over heels in love with the balance beam because of the feelings of joy and peace that I felt in those moments of total concentration. I practiced gymnastics for three years before giving up the lessons due to financial hardship, and what followed was a painful adolescence and young adulthood marked by a total lack of physical activity and body awareness. As my awareness left my body, it got stuck in my mind, which was filled with confusion, fear, and longing, and I became obsessed with seeking out external sources of love. At the age of twenty-nine, I reclaimed my Yoga practice, and awoke to find, with joy, that all of the love I will ever need is already within me. As a practitioner of Yoga, my aim is to cultivate the health, presence, and authenticity necessary for that love to shine out into the world and someday expand to its fullest expression. As an Instructor, my purpose is to share with other practitioners the tools that have allowed me to bring peace back into my body and spirit, and to promote a community of support and connection as we walk together but separately on our journeys toward increased health and well being.

Shaunna Sutcliffe
200 hour Certification with Heartsong Yoga. 500 hour Holistic Yoga Therapeutics.
Breathe in and love every moment of life. That is my mantra. Yoga has helped me realize how to do this, and how to overcome stress and pain, which can stand in the way of letting go, breathing and being in the moment.
I have training in Vinyasa yoga, Yoga for Seniors and received my 200 hour certification with Leslie Ellis at Heartsong Yoga in Beaverton. In 2017 I completed my 500 certification in Holistic Yoga Therapeutics, with Annie Adamson at Yoga Union in Portland. I hold certifications of completion in Aerial Yoga, The Roll Model Method (self massage training with Jill Miller), and Primal Vinyasa Inspired (with Annie Adamson).

Stability and strength are more important now than ever as our culture has designed a life of ease, more sitting and less physical work. People have more injuries and pain from repetitive movement patterns and lack of movement than we should; and learning healthy every day movement patterns can prevent and heal these injuries. I like to think of myself as a guide or third party to your healing, I can see things you can't because you are in your body all the time, and because I have training to see asymmetries and subtle clues. Bringing awareness, into our every day movements and postures can help us come into wholeness, live more fully, and be more present and joyful.

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