Advanced Vinyasa
Yoga Teacher Training

Are you …

  • a 200hr graduate who wants to continue to develop and refine your teaching skills?

  • a yoga teacher who feels stale, stuck, uninspired, fatigued or even fried in your teaching and/or are you unsure, confused, scattered, or just plain scared to share in your classes?

  • ready to powerfully lead playful, packed vinyasa classes that impact your students on and off their mat?

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Upcoming Training Module

  • Practice effective cueing to easefully move your students bodies from shape to shape

  • Create more options, shapes, and transitions to inform your teaching of Healing Flow and provide more variety in Power Flow

  • Create mini-flows to weave together to create whole classes with confidence

  • Modules can be taken individually as stand alones

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Namaspa's Advanced Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Development Program is created to support your growth after your 200hr yoga teacher training. It is for all yoga teachers willing to jump to the next lily pad and teach super badass vinyasa yoga. We will focus on building skills in your teaching - in your looking and speaking. It will be an experience of sharing, practicing and breaking through to higher levels in your bold and authentic expression - a chance for you to do brave work with your whole heart. Snorkel and courage in hand, you will dive in to embrace uncertainty to get to the creativity, playfulness and joy. In these modules of the 300 Hour DARE U Program, we will dare you to get clear on what is important to you now and support you in creating experiences that make a difference in people's lives.


  • You will be able to have immediate and lasting impacts on your students through leading powerful, easeful vinyasa classes.

  • You will shift your teaching from scattered and confusing to focused and fun!

  • You will transform your relationship to fear and vulnerability resulting in more authenticity and freedom in your classrooms.

  • You will trust and empower yourself to disrupt the drift in your classes and your life.


Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Weekends - Fridays 5p-9:30p and Saturday 9a-5:30p | Bend & Redmond Studios & Zoom

  • May 13-14. 2022

  • December 2-3, 2022​​​


Recommended Programs

  • Namaspa Winter 40 Days - Rest and Recharge Program 

  • Namaspa 40 Days - Connect to Courage Program (On Demand) 


  • Telling a Story in the Body with Connected Cueing 

  • Applying Functional and Energetic Anatomy to Educate and Inspire

  • Leading Slow Healing Flows for Every Body

  • Masterfully Leading a Vin/Yin 

  • Creating Focus and Possibility in Every Class with Themes

  • Hand-On Self- Assisting 

  • Disrupting the Drift with In-Class Demos and Workshops

  • Creating Exceptional Classrooms - In-Studio, Livestream & Synchronous

  • Leading Yoga Responsibility and Honoring Yoga's Roots


Sit, move, sweat, breathe, cackle, cry, meditate, pray, and play


  • Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff and Amy Matthews

  • Yoga of the Subtle Body by Tias Little

  • Breath by James Nestor

  • Embrace Yogas Roots by Susanna Barkataki

  • Dare to Lead by Brene Brown


  • $300/per (Friday/Saturday) weekend

    • Non-refundable and transferable to future trainings

  • $100 non-refundable down payment to secure your spot

  • Individualized payment plans available.

About your Facilitators

A lifelong educator and E-RYT 500, Brandy Berlin has a heart for authentic connection. As co-owner of Namaspa Yoga Community and co-founder Evoke Energy Yoga, Brandy leads lovingly fierce classes, workshops, trainings and retreats that invite all humans to break open their forbidden happiness and lead more empowered lives. Brandy believes together the teacher and the taught do the teaching, and her powerfully playful and often comically introspective offerings leave space for her students to lean in, grow, transform and heal. A grateful student of her primary teacher Suzie Newcome, Brandy supports teachers in purposefully and masterfully shaping the energy in their classrooms in ways that leave students feeling nourished, revitalized, and empowered. This training is also largely influenced by the work of Paul Grilley, Brene Brown, Marianne Williamson - and her Mom, Becky Berlin. It is ultimately grounded in the learnin’ and lovin’ harvested from Brandy’s 20 years as a high school social studies teacher and requisite humorist.


“When I graduated from my 200 Hour yoga teacher training, I was fired up and inspired to take yoga into the wider world as an offering of hope and possibility for others. Cuz people were hurtin. I was hurtin. I quietly suffered physically, emotionally and spiritually for a hell of a lot of years - and I just knew when I opened to Spirit and applied the Namaspa methodology to my teaching and life it worked. I wanted others to have a shot at the same course-altering transformation I had experienced. I’ve created DARE U for those who dare to put their feet to the fire - and are willing to burn. This training is the culmination of my studies and experiences, and I tender it in humble gratitude for the gifts I’ve been given. My constant prayer is, “Use me dear God so I might know the joy of being used by you - and heal me so I might of greatest service.” May we all grow, mend, love, laugh, and be at peace. Aho.”



Ashley Stevick is an E-RYT 200, RYT 500, YACEP, Power Yoga Instructor, and Certified Evoke Yin Instructor. After graduating from Namaspa's 200 hour training in 2018, she started teaching in John Day, Oregon. The result was a thriving yoga community that would eventually merge with Namaspa, bridging Central and Eastern Oregon. Ashley is the voice of Namaspa on social media and serves as our Communications Director and Eastern Oregon Community Outreach Coordinator. She's passionate about giving yoga teachers tools to create sustainability in their lives while freeing up in their classes.


"I spent much of my life being pretty damn serious — serious about community organizing, serious about politics, serious about what my life should look like, and wanting to be taken seriously. Yoga has given me an outlet to explore something else; it's brought me back to a place of playfulness I abandoned in grade school. I get to move my body and be as goofy as I like. Or as serious as I like. It varies.


I believe play is necessary if we're going to keep our humanity. We can only be serious for so long before we rip each other to shreds. Providing opportunities for adults to move, feel, and play helps to remind us all that we're in this together.


When I show up with a sense of playfulness, I invite others to do the same. And just as we need more backbends to counteract hunching over our devices all the time, we need opportunities to play in order to lighten the heavy ass load most of us are carrying around."