Oceanic Yoga is registered by Yoga Alliance, offering 200-hour yoga teacher training in Hatha and Vinyasa flow, yoga retreats and holidays in Goa, India.
Yoga Retreats (5)
Abhay started practicing asana when he was twelve years old. He did his Yoga Teacher Training at Kaivalyadham Yoga Institue India in 2004. Since 2006 he began teaching Yoga. Up to now, he has trained thousands of students in India and Thailand. During years of regular Meditation and silent retreats, he had many blissful experiences. By studying many modern and ancient Yoga texts, he was able to make the philosophical component of the teacher training courses easy to understand for the students.
Manisha is a certified E-RYT200 and RYT 500 Yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance USA and well as Yoga Alliance International. She is currently working as the Co-Director of Oceanic Yoga with her husband, Yogi Abhay. Manisha is practicing yoga and meditation regularly and she possesses a naturally playful and light-hearted personality which infuses her classes with love, joy and laughter.
He is one of the authenticate gems in the world of yoga. He is associated with the therapeutic aspects of different yogic practices. Over the years, he has developed a scientific attitude towards spiritual practices leading to a combination of Eastern feeling and Western mind. He has teaching experience of philosophy, yogic anatomy, Hatha yoga, pranayama, meditation, and various cleansing processes in different schools and individual workshops in India and Europe. He has experience teaching in more than 80 teachers training programme and since 2014, he is teaching in Oceanic Yoga, Goa.
She is a dancer, choreographer, and 500-hour Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher from Germany. Her sequences are strong and fluid, and her classes turn into a poetic journey to yourself. She has been teaching for more than two decades and she’s still honestly passionate about it. She started practicing yoga in 2007 and it has become one of her major influences in her life. Combining two of her passions, yoga, and dance, she created her own fusion called Vinyasa dance. She’s been working on the concept for years and recently started teaching Vinyasa dance in different places around the globe.
from Great Britain, January 2018
The yoga instructor rahul was quite new but very good. Udie my other teacher was fantastic and understood my problems. Vinod didn't teach me yoga but organized everything. He was very very helpful. All 3 young men were patient and kind. I learnt a lot from them.
When you are asked to write a review about your experience with Oceanic Yoga how can you illustrate your personal experience?! I don’t think it’s easy to use words to describe it in a proper way, at least not for me, but what I know and I can clearly say is what I felt : an intense happy time for my heart my soul and my body. I randomly chose this place a month before my airplane ticket reminded me that I was almost ready to leave to Goa and this ‘randomness’ was the secret for not having any expectation, the best starting point ever. I was there for the seven days yoga package and I enjoyed every single moment of that: moments by myself surrounded by the ocean, the sun, the birds, the dogs (yes different setting from what we are used in our western society!), and moments with other people I was lucky enough to meet in my journey. I do appreciate every person I met: all the Oceanic Yoga teachers, the other guys who were doing their 200 hours program, the waiters and the cleaning staff (the meal was excellent and our huts were daily cleaned) and all the people who still make that place warmer with their smiling eyes. Somehow you become more opened more vulnerable in a way and able to share and be shared. Oceanic staff has been very kind and gentle, available and able to make our staying as comfortable as it was possible. I really need to thank them all from my inside and as we all need to take a break from our society at some point in life, I’d suggest to go there and experience yourself in a new magical way! So thank you very much to all, indeed. Namaste!
Der Retreat wurde als Veganer Yoga-Urlaub angepriesen, aber leider war es nur Vegetarisch. Zudem war eine Baustelle auf dem Gelände, an welcher Tag und Nacht gearbeitet wurde. Zusätzlicher Lärm war nachts durch die Partys in der Umgebung bis in die frühen Morgenstunde um 8 Uhr. Ärgerlicherweise musste ich aber - wegen Hochsaison - den doppelten Preis bezahlen. Zusätzlich haben die anderen Gäste des Resorts - welche nichts mit dem Oceanic Yoga Retreat zu tun hatten - das Umfeld und die Atmosphäre gestört. Es wurden 3 Yoga-Lehrer angekündigt, es war in diesen 8 Tagen aber nur 1 Lehrer da. Ärgerlich war auch, dass man nur 2 von 3 angebotenen Einheiten pro Tag nutzen durfte. Die Beschreibung des Oceanic Yoga Retreats auf Ihrer Website stimmt leider nicht mit der Realität überein.