Cyndi Lee Logo

OM yoga 200hr Teacher Training



Friday Sep 26, 2014 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Sep 28, 2014 at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday Oct 10, 2014 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Oct 12, 2014 at 12:00 PM EDT

Friday Nov 7, 2014 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Nov 9, 2014 at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday Jan 9, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Jan 11, 2015 at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday Feb 6, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Feb 8, 2015 at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday Feb 27, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Mar 1, 2015 at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday Apr 10, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday Apr 12, 2015at 2:00 PM EDT

Friday May 1, 2015 at 6:00 PM EDT
-to- Sunday May 3, 2015 at 2:00 PM EDT

Mind Body Studio

The Piedmont Center
311 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA 24504 

Driving Directions 


Cyndi Lee 
OM Yoga 

OM yoga 200hr Teacher Training 

OM yoga Teacher Training taught by Cyndi Lee will give you the tools to teach creatively sequenced, alignment-based yoga classes grounded in mindfulness and compassion. Keep it safe, keep it fun, keep it real.
  • What is OM? * September 26-28
Establishing the class mandala, clarifying motivation, discovering the layers of an OM yoga practice as a student and a teacher, Svadyaya, learning to teach 3 variations of Surya Namaskar.
  • Not Too Tight, Not Too Loose * October 10-12
Finding balance through asana, ayurveda, tapas and standing poses. Developing inner vision and outer awareness; caring for self as the ground for caring for others.
  • Transitions, Openings & Closings: * November 7-9
Learning sequencing, Creating Thematic Content, Movement relationship to inhaling and exhaling, standing and seated twists
  • Turning Upside Down and Inside Out * January 9-11
Inversions & Backbends: understanding how to grow inversions and backbends through sequencing, safe hands-on adjustments, use of props, correct alignment and breathing.
  • Yoga Body Buddha Mind * February 6-8
Instruction and practice of mindfulness meditation, Cultivating Lovingkindness meditation, Learning to integrate mindfulness and compassion into the practice of teaching OM yoga. 
TT students
  • Anatomy for Yoga * February 27- March 1
Students will learn anatomy as it specifically applies to yoga Learn to feel and identify anatomical landmarks during asana practice, ie., the scapulae or ischial tuberosities or how the hip relates to Navasana and Virasana – as a path toward gaining confidence in working with students.
  • Grounding, Breathing, Restoring * April 10-12
Seated forward bends: preparing, use of props, creating seated sequences
Pranayama: cultivating Breath awareness, kapalabhati, viloma, nadi shodanam and bandhas, The Meaning of Savasana
  • Joining Heaven and Earth * May 1-3
= Reviewing hands-on work
= Final Written Exam, Group Teaching Exam
= What Ifs?
= Clarifying your vision as a yoga teacher,
= Dedicating our Practice
= Party!

  • At least one year of committed practice is recommended.
  • Working toward doing inversions at the wall: Adho Mukha Vrksasana, Pinca Mayurasana, Sirsasana (If you can’t do them yet, you can apply for the training and work on getting there by the time the training begins and I will help you!)
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana with straight arms

Enrollment & Tuition

Register and make Full Tuition Payment $3,000

To hold your spot at any time, pay $200 deposit.Payment plans available Inquire here for details.

To receive the Early Bird Discount you must pay the entire amount all at once, you do not need to make the $200 deposit.


For out of town students here are a list of local accommodations:

Courtyard Marriott (434) 846-7900, 4.6 miles from campus. Call for rate.
Craddock Terry Hotel at Bluffwalk Center (434) 455-1500, 2.8 miles from campus,
$149 for single-1 king bed, 2 night minimum.
University Inn (434) 847-8655, 4.5 miles from campus,
$75 plus tax, single or double, breakfast included.
Holiday Inn Downtown (434) 528-2500, 1.9 miles from campus,
Ask for Randolph rate: $92 plus tax for a single or double room,
breakfast included.
Kirkley Hotel and Conference Center (866) 510-6333, 4.5 miles from campus,
$89 plus tax for a single or double.
Sleep Inn (434) 846-6900, 5.2 miles from campus,
$130 for room with a king bed or 2 queen beds.
Acorn Hill Lodge 
Book early. Prices are subject to change.
For more options:
How to get to Lynchburg:
Lynchburg is 3.5 hours Southwest of Washington, DC. 
TRAIN: Amtrak train arrives twice daily from parts north, ie. DC, NYC, etc. This is a very fun way to come to Lynchburg.
PLANE: You can fly to Lynchburg, on American Airlines or US Airways, with a transfer through Charlotte, NC
AIRPORTS:  Charlottesville (1 hr. 15 min.), Raleigh/Durham (3 hours), Washington/Dulles (3.5 hours) Roanoke, (1 hour)