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15 Days 100-Hours Yoga Teacher Training in USA

  • Seven Springs Holistic Retreats, 120 Sweet Hollow Way, Maryville, Tennessee, USA


Smoky Mountain Yoga Teacher Training USA

Join this teacher training and immerse yourself in nature and sadhana in crisp mountain air. With a special focus on earth based skills, natural cleansing, and local plants and herbs, this training will give you the skills to live your yoga wherever your path leads. Journey through the first four chakras as the guides in this first half of a complete 200-hour teacher training.


  • Daily yoga classes
  • Yogic philosophy lessons
  • Daily meditation practices
  • Ceremony; kirtan or satsang gathering
  • Appalachian and Cherokee wisdom practices
  • Asana analysis and yoga Anatomy
  • 14 nights accommodation
  • Daily vegetarian meals
  • 15 days with instruction
  • English
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During this teacher training, you can stay either in a glamping style tent or a shared yurt. You can also bring your own tent and use the camping site.


Seven Springs has three yurts on site, each fully furnished with beds, tables, and dressers.


​Seven Springs have several ideal camping spots along the creek. These are near the community kitchen and bathrooms.


Glamping-style tents are beautiful and comfortable, tent and bedding will be provided.

Yoga shala

Standing 16 feet tall and 28 foot diameter, the yoga shala is held by mighty cedar tree poles from our forest. Enjoy glimpses of the first light of sunrise in this open air pavilion with a breathtaking view of the Chillhowee mountains.

This teacher training will be held at Seven Springs in Tennessee, USA. Seven Springs is a holistic retreat center nestled in the bio-diverse foothills of the smoky mountains on 126 acres of mostly forested hills featuring seven natural springs. Each spring corresponds to each chakra giving potency to the fresh water that flows from within the earth. They are within 500 miles of 50% of the USA population Near Maryville, Tennessee.

The Smoky Mountains are the world's oldest mountains and one of the world's most ecologically diverse regions featuring temperate rain forest climate with over 17,000 species of plants and animals. This incredible biodiversity adds to the abundant richness of Seven Springs.

Fire circle

For nightly gathering or special ceremonies, this is a space to bring people together around the power of the fire.

Octagonal classroom

The outdoor classroom is made for experiential learning. With whiteboards and long tables, this is the place to learn and design.

Nearby places

  • Smoky Mountains National Park, 25 miles
  • Cherokee National Forest - 45 minutes
  • 3 daily vegetarian meals
  • 14 nights accommodation
  • 100-hour accreditation certificate
  • Cherokee sweat lodge ceremony
  • Collaborating with several local healers
  • Full teacher training program
  • Making medicinal herbal remedies using natural products and fermented foods
  • Natural hikes around the area

During this training, you will wake up while the sun rises and experience the beauty and serenity in the midst of a the tropical setting. You will end with meditation or satsang (wise gathering) to contemplate and reflect on your sadhana (spiritual practice) of the day. Living with the rhythms of the earth and embracing the fullness of our practice, you grow into yourself and into life.

This 15-day immersion training will give you the first half of your yoga teacher training certification. The first module of your certification is focused on yogic philosophy and history, physical asana, anatomy, Ayurveda, and the physical grounded connection of yoga. This first half of the training will take you from the root to the heart chakra as you explore each energy center.

Taking a very hands on approach to these energetic concepts, you will integrate traditional Appalachian and Cherokee wisdom and practices including a Cherokee sweat lodge, medicinal herb workshops, natural product making with goat milk and local honey, and food fermentation.The classes are held in beautiful and inspiring spaces, and are led with an open and informative guidance that encourages interaction and group participation.

You will spend the day communicating from the heart, discovering new parts of ourselves and the world, and releasing the guru within. The chakana provides the backbone of your experience, alongside the yogic and quechua chakra system, which lead us through the lower, middle, and upper worlds of study and self-discovery in the three cycles of the program.

Each cycle progresses on the last, leading you through a medicine cycle of learning and healing. You will take the eighth day of the cycle off to rest and finish at lunch on the fourth day for a half-day of self-sadhana (spiritual practice). You will meet on alternate evenings for satsang, traditional Indian gathering, and sacred sharing circle, and we open and close each cycle with sacred ceremony.

Each morning is also spent sharing daily intention and philosophy through the art of living component, followed by comprehensive lectures on yogic theory and holistic healing practices in art of healing. The afternoon is devoted to the art of sharing yoga, interactive workshops that break down the art of teaching and practice, and giving participants the opportunity to teach right from the first class.

For the first half of the training, during both the morning practice and the afternoon workshops you will share the kula flow; a unique sequence. During the second half, you will cover creative sequences that build upon what you have already learned.

Art of teaching

  • Sharing yoga is a process of intimacy; one that asks for deep movement within both giver and receiver through love, authenticity, attention, and connection. There are many ways in which yoga can be shared, but at Kula Collective they believe that the fundamental principle that links all of our yoga teaching is connection; the concept that in order to truly help another being to find oneness, you must be a channel to that oneness for your students
  • Learn to teach the signature Kula flow complete with full anatomic and energetic cues, physical, verbal and energetic adjustments, and modifications for all levels of practice
  • Become familiar with the form, teaching methodology, benefits, and cautions of principal asanas (postures), pranayamas (breathing techniques) and kriyas (cleansing techniques)
  • Explore teaching as an art; how to keep the energy flow within a class, how to create a grounded and inspired space for teaching and learning, how to weave your intention and your unique presence into your class and how to share yoga off the mat
  • Learning to create various class-styles; beginner, intermediate and specialized yoga integrating your own style into tradition techniques
  • Receive a foundational education in Anatomy specific to yoga, including functional alignment, benefits and contraindications of the practice as well as learning modifications for age and common injuries and conditions
  • Become familiar with the subtle yogic anatomy and the chakras, as well as the systems of the Peruvian shamanic tradition
  • Receive a foundation in the history of yoga and the four traditional paths, as well as Ashtanga philosophy (the eight-fold path) and related practices and topics to broaden knowledge and understanding of conscious living
  • Teach two full classes and many mini-sequences throughout the training, and receive loving and specific feedback from the trainers and your peers

Art of healing

  • When you step into the role of yoga teacher, you are not simply sharing a physical practice to keep people fit, you are sharing a holistic practice that helps people to heal physically, mentally, emotionally, and energetically. Through sharing yoga as a holistic practice of living, you are allowing yourself a whole to connect to your true nature, as spiritual being.
  • Have the time and space to dive into your own personal healing, guided by experienced facilitators, and supported by a safe, energetic container
  • Be guided through a wheel of transformation as you cycle through the three levels of the Peruvian Chakana
  • Take part in Sacred Ceremony, calling in the energies of the four cardinal directions as you hold full and new moon ceremonies, ceremonies of release and of manifestation, cacao ceremonies and ceremonies of healing asking the elements of the Earth for support as you transform
  • Abandon yourself to the healing power of sound through traditional Kirtan circles, native medicine song, and ceremony chants from around the world
  • Become familiar with the subtle yogic anatomy and the chakras as well as the systems of the Peruvian shamanic traditions
  • Receive introduction to many different healing modalities and lifestyle practices, including but not limited to: Ayurveda, nutrition, massage, Thai massage, energetic healing, Tai Chi, chakra cleansing, herbal healing, and the yogic diet
  • Step into your role as healing practitioner and sharer of yoga

Art of living

  • Through study of the yoga sutras, modern yoga’s foundational text, as well as the Bhagavad Gita and Upanishads, you better come to understand the true nature of the self and your place in the world. And through discussion as a group, you will uncover what it is to make an art out of living
  • Experience true community; share from the heart, experience as a whole, and make new friends with the same passion for truth as you
  • Become the spiritual being you truly are through learning how to take your yoga off the mat and into life
  • Live a spiritual intention every day by weaving your inner practice into your outer world
  • Explore key themes for integrating yoga into daily life experiencing them through practice and self-study and discussing as a group
  • Study and discuss the yoga sutras of Patanjali, aphorisms giving insight into profound yogic practices, and contemplation as well as their life-transforming benefits
  • Study select sections of other great yogic texts such as the Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads

Art of practice

  • The art of practice is the true yoga; for no matter how much you study, “an ounce of practice is worth a ton of theory”
  • Build your practice with daily meditation, pranayama, and asana in a beautiful location
  • Cleanse your body as you live the yogic diet and filling your body and soul with high-prana, Sattvic (pure) food, and observe the space that is created in all aspects of your being as a result
  • See your poses improve with one-on-one guidance and hands-on adjustments to help you get the most of your practice
  • Learn how to deepen your practice through mudras, bandhas, and understanding of yogic anatomy and alignment
  • Experience a wide selection of meditation and pranayama techniques, both traditional and modern
  • Learn how to reintegrate your practice into your daily life
  • Discover the depths that lie within you through your own true connection to the spirit

Sample daily schedule

  • 06:30 - 09:00 Art of practice; meditation, pranayama, and asana
  • 10:00 - 13:00 art of living and teaching yogic philosophy, theory and diet, yogic living, and daily intentions
  • 15:00 - 17:30 Art of teaching kula flow, asana analysis, adjustments, and yoga anatomy
  • 19:00 - 20:30 Art of healing ceremony, kirtan, or satsang sacred gathering

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS).

Group size

8 - 16 persons.

Additional information

For more information, ask your questions directly to Kula Collective, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send Inquiry button to send a message.

Natural hikes and trips to collaborate with several local healers from the Cherokee nation and traditional Appalachian naturopathy are included in this teacher training.

  • Jessi Luna

    Since a young age, Jessi has studied dance and creative movement. Since her first 200-hour registered yoga teacher training in 2008, Jessi has led retreats and workshops throughout the US, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, and Costa Rica. She completed her 500-hour registered yoga teacher training hour certification in 2012 and now leads teacher trainings in these places she most enjoys to share.

  • Zachary Towne-Smith

    Zachary Towne-Smith is a passionate connector. His innate creativity, flexible perspective, and quick smile make him a natural leader, inspiring participation and thoughtful consensus in the wide array of groups he works with. He has dedicated his life to the study and development of intercultural relations and the facilitation of innovative solutions for sustainable well-being.

  • Additional activities
  • Airfare
  • Airport and local transportation
  • Massage services

During this teacher training, you will be served three daily delicious vegetarian meals. Seven Springs features an outdoor kitchen with a gas stove, a refrigerator, large sinks, and ample preparation and storage space.

During this teacher training, you may also enjoy massage services at the massage pavilion in Seven Springs. It sits upon a hill near the shala. You may relax on the massage table with a massage by one of the resident therapists.

Hiking on Abrams Creek trail

This is the closest National Park trail head to Seven Springs. It provides many beautiful trails filled with lush vegetation and classic hiking.


One of the best ways to enjoy the river in the mountains on a hot day is to go to tubing. There are many tubing companies in Townsend that will rent you tubes and drop you off and pick you up on the river. The cost of this activity is approximately 20 USD.

Visit Chimney Tops

One of the highest lookouts in the Smokies, the Chimney Tops is a fun and rewarding climb.

Visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Located less than 25 miles from Seven Springs is the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited National Park in USA. On your way you will drive through Townsend with a wonderful visitor’s center that is recommend to visit. Cades Cove is also a beautiful 11 mile loops to drive or bike on Saturday mornings when it is closed to cars! Abrams Falls is a nice five-mile hike from Cades Cove.

Visit Look Rock fire tower

A short and windy drive up the mountain from Seven Springs is Look Rock fire tower. Still used as a fire lookout, this tower is at the top of an easy half-mile hike up to a breathtaking 360 view of the surrounding mountains. You can see the fire tower from Seven Springs and even see Seven Springs from the fire tower.

Visit Mount Leconte

Visit this place for a more challenging and longer hike. Plan for a full day and lots of water. There are a few trails to choose from and a Lodge at the top if you’d like to spend the night (reservations required). You may try Alum Cave Bluff trail which It’s steeper and more difficult but the Bluffs are a must see on your way up. Or you may also try the Rainbow Falls trail.

Visit the Cherokee National Forest

About a 45-minute drive, there a many places to hike, fish, camp, kayak, and white water raft on the Ocoee River.

Visit Tremont

A nearby nature education center, Tremont is fun to visit for information and connect to some good trail heads.

  • Hiking
  • Massage
  • Mountain walking/trekking
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Meditation garden
  • River nearby
  • Yoga studio
  • Tour assistance
For information about the booking conditions, please send Kula Collective an inquiry.
  • Review by Jake Ferree

    "I wanted to take the time and share a massive amount of praise for the 300hr training that I just completed in Peru. I know words can never express the amount of gratitude that has filled my heart but I will give it a try. The course was above and beyond all of my expectations. It seemed like every other day the facilitators had another surprise trip and/or present for us. The days were long, waking up at 5:30 a.m. every morning and staying in classes until 9 p.m. every night, although the days were long and jam packed with classes they seemed to still go pretty fast and I found myself completely engaged in all of the lessons. All of the facilitators put their whole heart into their teachings and it was definitely felt and fully received. The connections that I made on this journey and all the self work that I was able to accomplish wile I was there will be something that will forever change me and something I will forever be grateful for. This trip was definitely a life changer and I would highly recommend it to anybody looking to enhance their knowledge mentally, spiritually, emotionally and physically. Thank you thank you thank you."

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  • Review by Veronica

    "Hey, I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my entire being. My life has been forever changed, for the better, all because Jessi responded to my call and offered me a scholarship. If not for that moment, it may have taken me a lot longer to find the peace and happiness I embody now. I feel eternally grateful, and have an immense amount of love and respect for all of my facilitators: Jiya (Julia), Kali (Jessi), Tarzan (Zach), Anahata (Bonnie), and Madonna (Krystalin) ... your wisdom and passion was incredibly moving and real, and was just what my soul was seeking. Your intentions are so true, and I am honored to have been your student. I in fact, hope to see some of you again when it's time for my 300-hr! Eternal love and light, " website, edited

  • Review by Paula from USA

    "After 27 days away in Mexico I am home. The experience was by far the most beautiful healing I've personally felt in my life. I am a Certified Kula Collective Yoga Teacher! And dam proud to be a part of the kula experience and crew for life! Our instructors CJ Ananda Page and Randi Schiffman brought a love to the experience that I am not even able to put into words. It was very clear that these two women are full of integrity and passion for their dharma. Thank you Kula!! I had the support of many friends and family members. I love you guys. A special thank you to the guy who has always seen the greatness within me. The one who is always there for me. Supporting me in every way possible. This experience would not have been possible without you Wade Martin. He has been busy preparing my studio for my return. How lucky am I right!?It's so amazing. I cannot wait to spread the wisdom and love. Stay tuned for the healing and yoga schedule at Orchid Awakenings studio in Radville!" website, edited

  • Review by Seth Martiniuk

    "I attended the 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in May 2015 in Mexico, and it was an absolutely fantastic experience, largely because of the two talented and knowledgeable teachers. CJ Ananda Page brought knowledge, passion to every class and despite the gruelling, all day schedule she maintained a high level of energy and presence throughout! She created a safe learning environment with her calm and compassionate manner, allowing the students to feel as comfortable as possible while learning new skills. Whenever you have a teacher that has the practical knowledge, combined with passion for the subject, you end up having happy, well taught students! I truly feel lucky for all that Ananda brought to the course, her value to our experience cannot be understated.” Thanks so much Kula!"

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  • Review by David May

    "Ananda and Coby both embody the true nature of the yogi and divinity within us all with their light, knowledge, and dedication to growth, whether its their personal evolution or their student's evolution! Not only do I feel prepared to build my business as a yoga instructor and fitness professional after our time together, but I feel prepared to do it with all of me. I feel that I am ready to put myself in everything I do! They each helped me open doors inside of myself so I could grow. I came to our training together at a point in my life where I felt I knew what I was, a spiritual being, but I had no idea who I was, as a yoga teacher or human! It is the very essence of Coby and Anandas nurturing nature and knowledge of yoga that aided my growth as a yogi back into my true self! My roots took hold deeper into my soul and I relearned my true nature. Through listening to each of them, I gained extensive knowledge. Through watching each of them I gained examples of growth. And through all of our learning, I became permanently rooted to each of them. Something deeper than teacher and student. Something deeper than friends. Something deeper than family. Something deeper than these words. We all (the entire group) became one, all thanks to their gracious, nurturing guidance. I feel beyond blessed that my1 path crossed with these two souls!"

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  • Review by Martiniuk

    "I attended the 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training in May 2015 in Mexico, and it was an absolutely fantastic experience, largely because of the two talented and knowledgeable teachers. CJ Ananda Page brought knowledge, passion to every class and despite the grueling, all day schedule she maintained a high level of energy and presence throughout! She created a safe learning environment with her calm and compassionate manner, allowing the students to feel as comfortable as possible while learning new skills. Whenever you have a teacher that has the practical knowledge, combined with passion for the subject, you end up having happy, well taught students! I truly feel lucky for all that Ananda brought to the course, her value to our experience cannot be understated. Thanks so much Kula!"

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  • Review by Gaia Good

    "I was unbelievably blessed to have Ananda as my teacher and guide during both my 200-hrs in Mexico and 500-hrs in Peru, both were completely life changing experiences. Ananda held a beautiful sacred space as she supported us in our transformation from a place of complete unconditional love. Ananda helped me to understand that I can live my dream and live as the light. The wisdom that was imparted intertwining the shamanic practices of the Americas with the traditional yogic practices of the East was fascinating and creates a holistic way for us to move spiritually forward into our new connected earth. Ananda's teaching clearly comes from a depth of knowledge, wisdom and experience, and was shared humbly, providing an abundance of space for our expansion. Ananda embodies the bliss that can be found in the present moment, representing that our existence is our creation, that what we create comes from what we are, which is love. During the trainings we were gracefully lead to raising our vibration, bringing us into union with the divine. I met soul family and discovered infinite love, I will be eternally grateful! I love you dear soul sister!"

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  • Review by Silvia Gallo

    "It was with much gratitude, love and respect that I thank you for having the courage and enthusiasm to follow your yogic journey. As a result I was honored with a teacher. You are patient, focused, wise and giving. It was inspiring to observe your unwavering commitment to guide 13 women (myself included) through a mind, body, soul journey. You were encouraging, nonjudgmental and demanding when needed (the appropriate amount, of course). You were the wise observer yet you were also a bright light, full of smiles and fun. I know that I will speak to my own students some day of my teacher and they will see admiration and gratitude on my face. I hope our paths cross again. Until then I pull strength daily from remembering your commitment and recalling the courage that not only you displayed but my fellow students that through your guidance and energy are now certified yoga teachers! Yeah!!! Namaste and lets Om it out!:)"

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  • Review by Mikaela Hardwick

    "I completed my 200-hr training with Randi in Guatemala in February 2015. It was the best thing I have ever done for myself. It was a life changing experience and I couldnt have done it without Randi. I was very homesick and Randi was so understanding and loving. She is an incredible yogi and always makes you feel like you can do more. I learned so much from her; its hard to do yoga without her! She is still my favorite yoga teacher I have ever had! I would highly recommend taking any class, training, or retreat with Randi. I promise you will not be disappointed! Namaste!"

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  • Review by Hristina Georgieva

    "I left the yoga teacher training with abundance of gratefulness for what I've learnt, and life in general. I wouldn't have achieved such a state if it wasn't for the path that our main facilitator, Jiya, opened for us and guided us through each day. Her teaching style was super fluid, open and deep, it simply felt effortless from her side. I respect and love the endless patience that she showed throughout the training. She was always present, holding the space for us, aware of the material delivery deadlines but also of our progress and our mood thus was able to easily adjust the tempo. Her music passion definitely rubbed off on me, she has an amazing voice :) And overall she has this effortless ability to share with and without words or actions her light and wisdom."

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  • Review by Hana Pepin

    "It is a dedication to asking the questions, Who Am I? What is my purpose? How can I serve? In becoming a part of this world wide Kula family I have been blessed to have such incredible guides on this spiritual path. The community of beings that come together are here to awaken, to create and to heal the self and one another. I have spent the last month in Peru with Coby, Ananda, and Randi as facilitators and my life has shifted. When in their presence I feel a part of something greater, more vibrant and so much more alive. The program offered me space to discover who I truly am, to feel safe and protected while exploring sides of me I was unsure of. The integration of yoga, mantra, ayurveda, shamanism, plant medicine, Andean and native American culture along with many more is brought together so well by this diverse group of light beings. Every moment became a new opportunity to sink into the heart and to lead from this space of greater awareness and peace of mind. When we step into our darkness we become more aware, more mindful and more awake as we enter the light. We become capable of letting go of past beliefs, ideas, habits, and thoughts that no longer serve who we are, in the Now. We are emptied of the old stagnation and become full of spirit. I am grateful for this wonderful experience to have learned such assurance of these things. I have truly received all the wisdom and knowledge I had been seeking and manifesting because of this program with Kula. Many thanks and many more fun times to come! Kula Aho. Namaste."

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  • Review by Elizabeth Cohn-Martin

    "I came into creativity and yoga retreat after a very academically, mentally and emotionally stressful semester in New York City. While I was pretty fatigued and exhausted initially, the transition into the workshop brought a tremendous amount of relief and an influx of joy that I had not felt in a long time. I consider myself quite lucky to have been able to offer myself such a fantastic gift and can fully vouch for the benefits of this experience. This retreat is very special for many reasons. The obvious reason is that it merges creativity development practices with yoga practices. I have yet to find a workshop or retreat like this elsewhere and think that it is powerful to merge these two practices, as the physical practice of yoga enables the mind to become much more malleable and open to creative flows and desires. Being able to use the physical practice in a way that directly supports creative development is super special and really quite useful for the support of all different kinds of creative practices. Zach helps to clarify and direct those creative instincts while Jessi crafts the physical practice as a meditative and spiritual journey that distinctly feeds the creator or artist in each of us."

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  • Review by Jonathan Barcant from USA

    "Filled me with confidence to take my practice into the world. I had the pleasure of being a student to Randi's Thai yoga massage training at the Yoga Forest on beautiful lake Atitlan, in January 2015. Randi's got a fun, kind, loving, and also kind of hilarious energy that is so warm and enjoyable, and I loved getting to spend two weeks with her as a friend, mush-partner, and student her techniques of teaching of Thai massage are very clear, and her touch and demonstrations are great, and give a sweet feel of what Thai massage is all about. I've definitely taken a little bit of her along with me into my own practice wherever I go now, and for anyone thinking of getting a massage or taking a course with Randi, I give my strong recommendation. Enjoy."

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  • Review by Hannah Ornsby from UK

    "I came to the forest for one week as a guest and ended up staying for five. I signed up for the lunar yoga immersion course which ended up being the best decision of my life. Hayley is an incredible teacher with so much wisdom to share. It's a brilliant course with 1 hour meditation and 3 hours yoga a day, alongside a 2 hour wisdom theory class a day, which were so amazing. I learned so much and would recommend anyone interested in yoga, consciousness deepening practice or teacher training to come here. I'll be back for my teacher training for sure. The forest is so beautiful and amazing place to go and visit, the permaculture farm, food, cabanas, yoga platforms, and chill out spots are all amazing. I had the most incredible time and made friends for life. Everyone is super genuine, supporting, and beautiful at the forest. It will always remain as one of the most special experiences of my life."

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  • Review by Dawn Hyde from USA

    "My stay at the yoga forest was nothing short of amazing. My experience in the lunar yoga immersion far surpassed all of my expectations. The land is beautiful. The daily routine at the forest is full of sweet rituals: We would rise early with the sun to practice meditation, and asana. After nourishing meals, there were philosophy and permaculture lectures, and restorative yoga in classes. There were plenty of opportunities to participate in sacred ceremonies which included many offerings, such as fresh flowers, chanting, music, and sharing. After that I would then settle into my tent under the moon and stars. I've never felt so connected to a community, the earth, and myself as I did during that transformational month at the yoga forest. The lunar yoga immersion program was wonderful. Hayley is one of the most incredible yoga philosophy teachers that I've ever had. Her patient guidance on this path will be unforgettable. The wisdom classes that she taught were a true gift, and I'm so grateful to have the opportunity to study under her. The program that she has created really allowed me to venture deep within my consciousness. She created a loving and supportive space to help me shed the layers of myself that no longer serve me, and to shine my light brighter. I highly recommend this program to anyone who is looking to reconnect with their hearts, their bodies, and the earth. Thank you."

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