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This yoga teacher training course has been developed in full compliance with the requisites and standards set by the Yoga Alliance. Presented in association with the Prem Flow Yoga School, it provides a solid yogic foundation for expanding your practice and giving you the knowledge for teaching or simply sharing yoga with compassion, understanding, and awareness. Treasure this transformative training to deepen your practice in a safe, sustainable, and enjoyable setting!
You will be staying at the eXtreme Hotel, located on Kite Beach, Cabarete, the north coast of the Dominican Republic. The hotel is focused on keeping their facilities as eco-friendly, sustainable, and self-sufficient as possible. The ventilation system at the hotel is designed to use the wind as a natural cooling element instead of high energy consuming air conditioning.
Tiled floors keep the heat down and low energy fans keep the air from getting stale. Lots of green vegetation also helps to reduce the heat during the hottest months. As an eco-friendly hotel, they do not offer a lot of extras, instead, they offer environmentally conscious, comfortable rooms where you can feel restful and relaxed in, knowing you are leaving a minimal carbon footprint!
Staying at the eXtreme Hotel is thus a relaxing and healthy experience. They try to keep the rat race of the outside world at bay and in doing so they do not offer televisions or cable and encourage the guests to spend their time soaking up the sun and participating in energy infused nature and health and fitness orientated activities. Think of your stay as a ‘digital detox’.
However they do understand how important it is to stay in contact with people back home or to get digital work done while on vacation, so they offer two free Wi-Fi access points for the hotel, ensuring you can be online when needed. Their restaurant also has its own separate Wi-Fi.
You can choose between a double or a single room for your stay during the retreat. The rooms are large and airy with a 52-inch ceiling fan, 100 percent solar powered, and come with a mini fridge, safe, screens against mosquitos, private bathroom, balcony, and a five-gallon jug of drinking water.
They are functional rooms for active people. The ground floor is cooler, private, and has better beach access for kitesurfers. The upstairs rooms have a partial ocean view and a view of the trapeze. The front rooms have a view of the ocean.
This 300-hour Yoga Alliance teacher training course contains the 200-hour schedule and covers five instead of four weeks as in the later.
Yoga Alliance teacher training course students will get half a day to a full day off, this might change depending on how the group progresses.
This half day experience will teach you about aquaponics and sustainable agriculture, as well as get you into the local culture of rural Dominican Republic. The Taino organic farm grows a variety of fruit, vegetables, and superfoods which you can taste fresh off the trees during your tour.
After the farm tour, be ready to head down to the beautiful Yasica river, for a river tubing experience. The cooling fresh waters will be your guide as you float peacefully downstream from one to two hours. Adventurists are invited to scramble up a jungle side cliff and jump from an overhanging tree into the crystal waters below. Afterward, you will enjoy a lunch prepared from fresh organic produce.
This retreat will take place at Cabarete, a small and laid-back Caribbean beach village. With its charming hip ambiance and a combination of relaxed and adventurous lifestyles, most visitors can barely resist the spontaneous temptation of extending their stay.
Cabarete is best known as one of the world’s meccas for kiteboarding. The sport is popular here due to the consistent winds nearly year round, so it is one of the best places to learn, practice, and perfect the sports. Cabarete has amazing beaches on the ocean side and a serene lagoon, El Choco national park and the Cabarete caves on the other side of town for you to explore.
The Dominican Republic is best known for its breathtaking sandy beaches, Pico Duarte, the tallest mountain in the Caribbean, a picturesque rainforest, flatlands, and great golfing. It is the second largest Caribbean nation (after Cuba) and has a population of approximately 10 million people.
There are numerous golf courses to practice or perfect your swing like the Los Haitises national park, Los Tres Ojos, and Ocean World adventure park. The Dominican Republic is also home to Mount Isabel, El Choco, and Pico Duarte for the hiking adventure.
If you are interested in architecture and history there is the Basilica Cathedral of Santa Maria la Menor, the Fortaleza Ozama, or Fortaleza San Pelipe just to mention a few of the rich historical sites around the country.
All breakfasts and dinners are included in the yoga teacher training course. The Yoga Loft believes that how you feed your body is as much of a part of a yogic life as breathing. The food served is made from organic, natural, farm fresh, and unaltered ingredients supplied by the Yoga Loft's own Taino organic farm.
The menu is carefully planned to provide fuel and energy to your body to keep it running at its top level. Every bit of food is prepared with love and will be enjoyed with just as much zealous pleasure as that with which it was created. The Yoga Loft can cater to vegetarians and those on gluten and lactose restricted diets, however, unfortunately they do not have the ability to cater to vegans or raw foodies yet.
In the free time during your yoga teacher training course there is the possibility to go surfing, learning the trapeze or go on outdoor adventures. Depending on your desires you might be kiting, surfing, learning the trapeze, experiencing a circus class, or taking fitness classes.
There are also one-off activities such as visiting the 27 waterfalls, coral reef sighting, scuba diving, white water rafting, horseback riding, stand up paddle tours, massages, and more, all of which you can schedule upon your arrival.
Please arrange your flight to arrive at Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP), Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL), or Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ).
From Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), you can take a local bus at a price of about 20 USD.
You can take a 30-minute taxi ride that seats four people, for 35 USD, from Gregorio Luperón International Airport (POP). From Las Americas International Airport (SDQ), a four-hour taxi ride costs about 200 USD.
From Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL), a one and a half-hour taxi ride costs about 100 USD and from Punta Cana International Airport (PUJ), a seven-hour taxi ride costs 400 USD.