@ THE YOGA BARN • Ubud, Bali
October 1st to 26th, 2018


Tymi Howard’s 200 hour certification program in Vinyasa & Yin Yoga will qualify and fulfill requirements for the candidate to register with the Yoga Alliance at the 200 Level.

Immerse yourself into a 1-month yoga adventure with veteran yoga teacher trainer, Tymi Howard in the vibrating land of the Ubud, Bali!

Tymi is honored to be able to bring her signature “Vinyasa & Yin Yoga” 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Approved Teacher Training to one of her favorite places in the world, Ubud Bali.

Thanks to the overwhelming demand from her international students as well as her friends and the loving family at The Yoga Barn Tymi is honored to be able to offer this life changing and transformative training.

Unlike most trainings, you will spend almost all of your contact hours with the principal teacher, Tymi Howard 500 ERYT. Tymi is the Creator/Director of Guruv Yoga Studios 200 · 300 Hour Teacher Trainings as well as a sought after International Teacher · Festival Presenter

Her dynamic teaching style, wisdom and innovative teaching methods are the result of 25+ years of study, and over 20 years of teaching. Tymi’s commitment to sharing the vast teachings of yoga with quality and passion empowers students to develop a unique, authentic relationship to yoga. The training offers a world-class education, grounded in the wisdom of experience and empowered professionalism and self-inquiry. The Yoga Barn, our hosting studio, is located in Ubud, Bali, the heart of the yoga world in Bali. Learn more about location at: www.theyogabarn.com 

This training includes 15 hours of Functional Anatomy taught by Rachel  Ellery and  25 hours of Theory, History, and Philosophy led by Andrew Mournehis.



Frequently Asked Questions


200 hour Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training Program will cover the practical, theoretical, historical, and spiritual aspects of the science of Yoga. The program requires considerable energy, time, dedication, and commitment. The student will leave with a thorough education and how to teach Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga, Meditation & Pranayama. This program qualifies and fulfills requirements for the candidate to register with the Yoga Alliance at the 200 Level.


Students will be required to observe and assist with classes at their home studio or at The Yoga Barn. There will be course reading and writing assignments plus written and oral exams during the training program. A final written exam will be given at the end of the program.


  • Early Bird Rate:
    $3,450USD (If registered and paid in full by Aug 15,2018/ 6 weeks before training starts)
  • Standard Rate:
  • $500 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT IS DUE UPON APPLICATION (if not paying in full).
    Please fill in registration form at time of application.
  • Tuition includes training and materials 6 days a week.
  • Tuition cost does not include books, accommodation, food or airfare


  • Tuition includes entire course of study and training manual & handouts.
  • Additional texts and books required can be purchased online or at bookstore.
  • Travel and accommodations are the responsibility of the student.



• Must maintain personal practice and complete all reading, writing, and research assignments.
• PERSONAL PRACTICE- Students will be required to keep a practice log and/or journal.
• Technique-(25hrs) Evaluate 10 Yoga Classes
• Practicum- (5hrs) Assists in 4 Yoga Classes
• Teaching Methodology- (15hrs) Research Paper & Presentation
• Anatomy & Physiology- (15hrs )
Reading and Written Homework
• Journal Assignments and Final Exams
• Philosophy/Ethics/Lifestyle-(25hrs) Reading and Written Homework



• Asana (Both YIN & YANG)
• History of Yoga (broad outline of many traditions, detailed
examination of the history of Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha Yoga and Yin
• Pranayama & Meditation
• Kriyas
• Ayurveda and Yogic Diet
• Physical Anatomy & Subtle Anatomy
• Teaching (physical assists/adjustments of primary Series Asanas,
verbalization and cueing, special cases, and the “Seat of the Teacher”)
• Sequencing of Asanas, Theming of Classes.
• Mantra and Chanting ,Yoga Philosophy and Sutra Study
• Ethics & Business of Yoga



About Tymi Howard • Main Presenter

TYMI HOWARD 500 E-RYT is an International Yoga Teacher, Certified Holistic Health Coach and Owner of Guruv Yoga Studios in the United States. Pioneering the Vinyasa Yoga movement in Central Florida, Tymi is dedicated to inspiring people to discover their life's purpose through the art of yoga.

Her introduction to yoga began in NYC in 1993 as a professional ballet dancer with several nagging injuries and she found her way into an Ashtanga class. Receiving her BA in Theatre and Dance from Rollins College and Masters Degree from NYU/ Circle in the Square, and too many Yoga Teacher Trainings to list, she continues to be influenced by so many gifted teachers.

Tymi is known in the yoga community as a "Teacher of Teachers" and a skillful graceful practitioner. Students fall in love with her dynamic, playful style of teaching, artistic sequencing and music! Self proclaimed travel junky, blogger and animal rights advocate, she is a lover of God, Life and Yoga. Tymi is forever a student and grateful to all of her teachers, students and family who continue to inspire!

You can catch Tymi teaching and presenting at The Yoga Journal Conferences, Wanderlust, Bali Spirit Fest, Bhakti/Shakti Fest, Sedona Yoga Festival, India Yoga Festival, Telluride Yoga Festival, , Namaste AZ Fest, and on the regular teaching schedule at Guruv Yoga Studios and online classes at www.yogavibes.com




Rachel Ellery • Guest Presenter


Rachel is an international anatomy and movement teacher that specialises in teaching yoga students and teachers awareness of the structure and function of how their bodies move. Her personal mantra “educating and moving the world one body at a time” stems from over 24 years of hands on experience and 15 years of teaching.

Trained at the British School of Osteopathy, Rachel teaches alongside internationally renowned yogis in their teacher trainings, including: Les Leventhal, Tara Judelle, Kaya Peters, Tanya Kaps, Cat Kabira, Emily Kuser, Denise Payne, Bex Tyrer, School of Sacred Arts, Tina Nance and Beate McLatchie.

Based in Bali, the yoga capital of Asia, Rachel travels to yoga schools across the globe to educate yoga students and teachers in a holistic view of how the whole body works. She combines her extensive knowledge of osteopathy, sports therapy, pilates, Thai bodywork, and yoga into unique interactive anatomy and movement classes with the help of Charlie, her skeleton.

Rachel’s teaching experience extends back 15 years where she spent a decade instructing osteopath students at UniTech in New Zealand after graduating from the British School of Osteopathy. She encourages her students to develop their own self-awareness and invokes in them a playful curiosity about what happens under their skin. Rachel’s down-to-earth teaching style uses storytelling and case studies, visuals of the body, interactive exercises and informative handouts to make anatomy an engaging subject for all her students.

Rachel will be providing interactive anatomy education during the training giving the students time to integrate and embody the structural human form and how it functions in relation to yoga, helping you become a better yogi and yoga teacher. Learn more at http://www.theanatomyschool.com/

Andrew Mournehis * Guest Presenter


Andrew Mournehis started his career as an Optometrist looking through the “Windows of the Soul”, before giving it all up to dance and choreograph in London, which lead to an incredible opportunity to choreograph Tina Turner’s 1996 ‘Wildest Dreams’ world tour. In the peak of his career, an injury and visa expiry forced him to return to Australia, where he became extremely unwell and sought out a healing path. He turned to Yoga to heal his heart and his body. He immediately fell in Love with the practice, studied vigilantly, and in 1999 began teaching yoga to packed classes. Andrew went on to study Transpersonal Counselling, graduating from the Phoenix Institute of Australia in 2001. He had a very clear vision that his gifts and passions were best directed in the power of group, mythology and the potent healing energy that is exchanged in each other’s stories, both personal and Universal. Being an already well respected and established yoga teacher, he spent the next decade combining his love of Yoga with his passion for healing Transpersonal work to create Transformative spaces for his students and participants to heal and become more whole. Coming from a diverse and eclectic Yoga background, Andrew teaches a combination of Hatha, Bhakti and Tantra Yoga. His Creative, Joyful and Heart-filled teaching strengthens the body, soothes and clears the mind, whilst enlivening and enriching the Spirit through both Postural and Universal Alignment. His unique teaching style is imbued with Heart and Soul, rich in Tantric Philosophy and his classes are filled with Inspiration, Storytelling, Mantra and the Spirit of the Divine. Andrew has spent almost 20 years facilitating many healing groups, workshops, intensives and retreats both nationally and internationally working with the healing potential of Yoga, Movement, Tantra, Mythology, and Transpersonal Modalities.

Andrew brings to his work over 16 years of experience in Transpersonal Counselling and Art Therapy Techniques, 19 years of Yoga Teaching and over 25 Years experience in the Creative Arts Fields.

@ THE YOGA BARN • Ubud, Bali
October 1st to 26th, 2018


Tymi Howard’s 200 hour certification program in Vinyasa & Yin Yoga will qualify and fulfill requirements for the candidate to register with the Yoga Alliance at the 200 Level.

Ethical Guidelines / Moral Responsibilities

1. Uphold the integrity of my vocation by conducting myself in a professional and conscientious manner.
2. Acknowledge the limitations of my skills and scope of practice and where appropriate, refer students to seek alternative instruction, advice, treatment, or direction.
3. Create and maintain a safe, clean, and comfortable environment for the practice of yoga.
4. Encourage diversity actively by respecting all students regardless of age, physical limitations, race, creed, gender, ethnicity, religion affiliation, or sexual orientation.
5. Respect the rights, dignity, and privacy of all students.
6. Avoid words and actions that constitute sexual harassment.
7. Adhere to the traditional yoga principles as written in the Yamas and Niyamas.
8. Follow all local government and national laws that pertain to my yoga teaching and business.
* taken from yogaalliance.org