Source Of Yoga

  • June 22nd, 2013
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200hr & 500hr Ashtanga Vinyasa Teacher Training In Los Angeles & Greece

Yoga Alliance: Yes


About Our School

Caroline Klebl has been teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa based Yoga courses, retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings in the US and internationally since 1998. In 2008, she developed a 200 and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training Program and has since taught Yoga Teacher Training courses and retreats in San Francisco and in beautiful tropical retreat locations. Over 300 people have graduated from her program, who teach Yoga all over the world. Caroline Klebl trained with Ashtanga Yoga Guru for over nine years and studied Sanskrit, Yoga Philosophy and traditional Ayurveda in South India. Her Yoga Teacher Training Programs emphasize the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice and include traditional teachings on Yoga Philosophy and Ayurveda. The Ashtanga Yoga practice is the basis of Vinyasa as well as Power Yoga. By attending Caroline Klebl’s Yoga Teacher Training one can greatly improve one’s Yoga Asana practice and learn to teach Yoga Asana and Vinyasa (the breath initiated movements between the postures) very effectively.

Testimonials – Here are what some past students have to say about their experience with me…

“I have gained a huge amount of confidence in my knowledge and practical skills as a teacher and feel my identity has shifted from ‘someone who wants to be a yoga teacher’ to a ‘yoga teacher'”. – Annika Amos, UK

“Caroline Klebl’s teachings on Ayurveda and Ashtanga Yoga have changed me physically, mentally and spiritually. My back is stronger and fatigues much less, and the friends made along the way are priceless.” – Rolga Smith, Texas, USA

“I have become fitter. I now know all the postures, how to get into them, adjust them, teach them and I improved my practice.” – Debra Joseph, UK

“A teacher with a very admirable Yoga practice and appreciation for Yoga in the essence and not just the physical aspect. ” – Jessica Renee Webster, Toronto, Canada

“I understand each posture and how my body is supposed to feel in them much better. I learned a lot about adjustments, which I had no idea how to do before this.” – Dana Yeminy, New York, USA

You can find more testimonials at the bottom of this page.

Please enjoy this video of my personal yoga practice…

200 & 500 hour Yoga Teacher Certification:

Immerse deeply in the Ashtanga Yoga practice in this Source of Yoga Teacher Training intensive with Priya Jhawar. Source of Yoga teacher training programs are registered with the Yoga Alliance and meet their 200 & 500 hour International Certification standards.

Source of Yoga offers a comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training program to yoga teachers, aspiring teachers and yoga practitioners. This teacher training combines the high standards of practice required by the Ashtanga Vinyasa System with the development of teaching skills which are necessary to introduce students to Yoga practice safely and effectively.

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. Returning students and those who have already completed a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training will receive a 200 hour advanced training certificate towards 500 hour certification.

Topics Include:

  • Practice of the postures of the Ashtanga Primary Series
  • The principles of Vinyasa, Bandhas, Drishti and Ujjayi Pranayama
  • Adjustments and Teaching Techniques
  • Assisting and supervised teaching
  • The Anatomy of the postures of the Primary Series
  • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • Meditation instruction
  • The Chanting and Philosophy of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras

General Day

Six day a week training Schedule

6:45-7:15am Sunrise Meditation

7:15-9:00am Yoga Asana Practice, Led Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series or Mysore Style

9-10am Vegetarian Breakfast Buffet10am-12:30pm Teaching Techniques, Adjustments, Assisting & Supervised Teaching

12:30-3:00pm Lunch and afternoon break

3:00-4:00pm Ayurveda, Yoga Philosophy or Yoga Anatomy

4-5:30pm Restorative Asana practice

6:00-7:00pm Dinner

7:30pm Occasional Yoga Related Films

Teacher Profile

source of yogaCaroline Klebl

Caroline Klebl has been teaching Yoga courses, workshops, retreats and Yoga Teacher Training programs within the US and Internationally since 1998. She trained in Mysore, India with Ashtanga Yoga Guru Sri K Pattabhi Jois over the course of nine years and received a PhD in Yoga from the Indian University of Alternative Medicine. She has a background in Tibetan Buddhism, Iyengar and Viniyoga and studied Sanskrit, Yoga Philosophy and traditional Ayurveda in South India.

Her Yoga Asanas were featured in a 2007 and 2008 Yoga Calendar. She has written numerous Articles for Yoga Magazines, produced a Yoga DVD and wrote a book on the Primary and Intermediate Series of Ashtanga Yoga.

Caroline Klebl developed 200 and 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training programs, which are registered with and meet the International standards of the Yoga Alliance.


“I understand each posture and how my body is supposed to feel in them much better. I learned a lot about adjustments, which I had no idea how to do before this.” – Dana Yeminy, New York, USA

“My practice improved a lot. I’m able to do a lot of Asanas, which were not possible at the beginning of the course. I can feel my hips and shoulders so much more open! I’ve got more strength and endurance.” – Sebastien Carincotte, Paris, France

“I highly recommend taking this course for deepening your own practice or to become a teacher. Invaluable information is imparted in an organized professional manner by Caroline.” – Stacey Kasselman, New Jersey, USA

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much experience do I require to attend this program?

A: The 200 hour training is open to all levels of yoga practitioners. It is recommended to practice yoga asana, preferable Ashtanga Yoga 3-6 times a week in preparation for the course.

Q: If one already has a 200 hour certificate, is it possible to complete the 300 advanced training hours?

A: One can complete the 300 advanced training hours, by completing one 4 week program and 2 weeks of any other upcoming 4 week program.

Q: How can I complete the 500 hour training?

A: It is recommended that everyone complete the 500 hour training. One can complete the 500 hour training, by attending 2 four week programs and two weeks of any other upcoming 4 week program. A total of 10 weeks of training are required to obtain the 500 hour certificate.

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