Meet Our Yoga Teacher Training Staff
Cleveland Yoga is proud to offer our renowned RYT 200 hour yoga teacher training
This yoga teacher training has inspired and guided hundreds of yogis from all over the country.
Our talented yoga teacher training faculty makes that possible, and we are grateful for our 2019 line-up!
Our instructors are steeped in knowledge about alignment, anatomy, breath, and movement. We can’t wait to see you in the classroom and on your mat.
Program Facilitator – Tami Schneider
Tami Schneider has spent 25+ years studying and teaching various wellness and fitness disciplines. She loves being a student in her ongoing inquiries of life.
Her unique style of teaching and leadership has made CY’s teacher training a high-demand program that draws students from across the country. She has certified over 400 yoga teachers. She has trained thousands of yoga teachers within world-wide as a prestigious member of the Baptiste Yoga Global Leader/Teacher Faculty.
Training Lead – Amy Schneider
Amy Schneider began teaching yoga in 2007. She is a graduate of Cleveland Yoga’s 200-hour teacher training program and is a Certified Baptiste Yoga Teacher. Amy’s has studied with Tami Schneider, Baron Baptiste, Jonny Kest, and Parker Bean.
Training Lead – Christina LaMarca
Christina LaMarca received her 200-hour teacher training with Tami Schneider at Cleveland Yoga in 2009. She continues to train with Jonny Kest, Bryan Kest, Kathryn Budig, and Tiffany Cruikshank. She is inspired by Terri Bahr, Patrick Beach, Dice Ilda-Klein, Tami Schneider, Marni Task and Ted Larder.
Training Lead – Scott Supler
Scott Supler began teaching after graduating from Cleveland Yoga 200-Hour Teacher Training program in 2011. He studied with Baron Baptiste at his Foundations in Action and at his Level 1 Teacher Training programs.
Training Lead – Anthony Trem
Anthony Trem, PT, DPT, SCS, has been practicing yoga since 2010. After personally experiencing yoga’s positive affects, he was certified through Cleveland Yoga’s 200-hour program with Tami Schneider to better utilize the Baptiste practice with his patients and athletes.