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31 Days 300-Hour Guatemala Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training in Guatemala

Explore a fusion of the practice and philosophy of the mystical traditions of yoga, shamanism, ancient wisdom, tantra and sound healing. Step into the wisdom of self (vidya), as you journey through the shamanic worlds, experiencing yoga as union with the divine.

Retreat highlights

  • Yoga Alliance certification
  • Daily yoga teaching, healing, living, and practicing
  • Explore the beautiful forest gardens, waterfalls and natural abundance
  • Live in sustainably built eco-cabins and experience conscious off-the-grid living
  • Swim or kayak in the beautiful Lake Atitlan
  • Live in permaculture food forest
  • 30 nights accommodation
  • Vegetarian meals

Yoga styles

30 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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Participants can either choose shared cabana, private circus tent, or private room.

Kula Collective Guatemala Yoga Teacher Training Program

Lower world: Advanced creative sequencing and adjustments, therapeutic yoga and trauma sensitivity, pre-natal

Deepen your personal practice and teaching of yoga throughout this cycle with advanced asana analysis and adjustment techniques. You will explore the art of teaching methodology in detail and creative sequencing. Incorporating approaches to yoga teaching for special populations such as pre-natal and older populations, and you will learn how to diagnose and treat disease in the body through therapeutic applications to yoga asana. Together you co-create holistic classes from a variety of lineages, artistically weaved together with themes and intentions, encouraging advanced levels of awareness throughout the program.​

Middle world: Shamanic and energetic healing, holistic cleansing, ancient wisdom, tantra, ayurveda and yoga philosophy

Focus on the expansion of our own sacred consciousness in the context of shamanic healing, holistic cleansing and ancient wisdom. By releasing the stories and holdings that no longer serve you, you create more space to see your gifts, and the essence of who we are as teachers and beings on this path of Light and Oneness. Connecting to the essence of the true teacher within, you are able to integrate the wisdom of your own yoga with the deep wisdom of Native American earth medicine, shamanic practices, subtle energy systems and other healing practices of the world. Exploring ancient wisdom traditions and deepening our understanding of the timeline of Yoga as you study the philosophy of the Bhagavad Gita and the Upanishads, providing you the tools and understandings for you as teachers to weave together authentically inspired intentions and themes into your practice and into your classes.

Upper world: Yoga of sound; nada yoga, mantra and deep listening, bhakti bliss and yoga nidra

Uncover your heart’s true voice through ancient and modern practices of Bhakti (the Yoga of devotion) with ceremonies of sacred song, Kirtan, Bhajan and Mantra practice. ​Learn to introduce musical themes to classes and invigorate your own understanding with the science and philosophy of Nada Yoga —the Yoga of inner and outer sound. Through the art of deep listening you come to awaken a profound presence. Refresh your understanding of consciousness and meditation in the lessons of Nidra—the Yoga of sleep and deep relaxation as you equip your tool-bags with a therapeutic and healing gem. In this cycle you will be encouraged to find your unique creative expression using sound, mantra and mystical poetry, the power of your word and creative process as you enhance your teaching and offerings with the wisdom and freedom of expression and emotional integrity to better serve yourself and your community.

Sample day

  • 06:30 - 09:00 Art of practice: meditation, pranayama, and asana
  • 10:00 - 13:00 Art of living/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 **every other evening**: ceremony, kirtan or satsang sacred gathering

For 300-hour training, Kula Collective recommends that you have been teaching yoga for at least one year before participating.

Included excursions

Swim or kayak in the beautiful Lake Atitlan.

Retreat location

This retreat will take place in The Yoga Forest, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.



  • Hiking nearby
  • Kayaking
  • Massage nearby
  • Swimming


  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden


During this retreat, you will eat delicious vegetarian meals sourced from the organic gardens and local producers.

Things to do (optional)

  • Shop for beautiful textiles and handicrafts in local indigenous villages
  • Various therapies

What's included

  • 30 nights accommodation
  • Daily yoga teaching, healing, living, and practicing
  • Explore the beautiful forest gardens, waterfalls and natural abundance
  • Live in permaculture food forest
  • Live in sustainably built eco-cabins and experience conscious off-the-grid living
  • Swim or kayak in the beautiful Lake Atitlan
  • Vegetarian meals
  • Yoga Alliance certification

What's not included

  • Therapies

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 3 days before arrival.
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