Path of Yoga is a transformational month of teacher-training, skills, certification, & everything you need to start your journey as a successful yoga teacher.
Yoga Retreats (3)
James was born in London and first discovered yoga in 2003, while at drama school. However, he truly caught the bug a few years later while performing in a Shakespeare production which toured India. His routine of sunrise practices overlooking the rooftops of Udaipur with an old yogi called Prakash sealed the deal. Since completing his 500 hours with Tribe, James has done 200 hours with Max Strom and taken further training with David Swenson, Yogrishi Vishvketu, and Tiffany Cruickshank & continues his studies on advanced trainings with Jason Crandell.
Susan Marrufo, MA, E-RYT 500, left the United States and a job in advertising in 2008 to travel internationally and experience life beyond the confines of her cultural conditioning. She received her first 500-hr yoga certification in Thailand in 2009, where she began her studies of the classical yogic scriptures and delved deeply into esoteric tantric philosophy. She is the Co-founder of Samarasa Center in Los Angeles, California.
As a former basketball player, yoga initially became a way to support his athletic training. A natural curiosity towards the healing power of yoga led to a journey to India, where Claudio lived in Hindu ashrams during a three-year period. This time in India, the connection to yogic tradition and the study of texts and philosophy under the guidance of his guru in a Bramhin community enables Claudio to bring a deeper understanding of the practice being ultimate, a spiritual one steeped in faith and devotion.
Candy began her yoga journey with a curiosity for meditation, seeking alternative medicine as a way to heal her anxiety and burnout. That led her to yoga asana and reconnecting with her body as a way of self-medicating. As it tends to, yoga became her way of life, carrying those lessons and insights off the matt. Her inspiration as a teacher is to get people connected to their breath, to trust their bodies, and trust the unique journey that will unfold within each individual through this process of movement, breath and mental focus.
Sharon has been teaching yoga in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2008 and practicing since 2002. Her yoga practice has brought her joy, grounding, challenge, strength, growth and constant learning. In September 2019 she moved to Sicily indefinitely to explore life beyond what she had grown accustomed to in the United States. Her yoga practice serves many roles: a laboratory of physical and mental self exploration, a coping mechanism, and a way to connect to something bigger than herself. The practice of yoga has helped her find her life purpose – to share yoga with as many people as possi
Rory; a Scottish Yogi, Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist in training has been teaching around the globe since 2007. Rory has become popular for his wide ranging knowledge, charisma, humour and ability to transmit the teachings of Hatha, Kundalini, Tantra, Yoga therapy, meditation and classical eastern philosophy simply and succinctly. He has facilitated over 20 Yoga Teacher Trainings and taught on many more for several Yoga schools (senior teacher for Tribe Yoga, Seasonal Yoga & Satyaloka) and due to popular demand has finally decided to team up with James French to offer the cherry picked teac
from United States, March 2020
"You will know how to teach before you leave. "
This course was very well planned, organized and implemented. It was strongly geared towards actual teaching of yoga, not just theory. If you do this course, you will be able to teach a whole one hour class of poses, breathing and meditation on the day you get home. The teachers will work with you as much as possible to make that happen.
from Thailand, October 2019
"Transformative, Nurturing and Challenging"
Path of Yoga Teacher Training is an amazing experience. I could not recommend this course more strongly. I learned more about Yoga than I could have imagined beforehand, and just as much about myself.
The teachers were wonderfully kind, inspiring and professional. Their dedication to their practice and their knowledge was impressive. I felt individually supported and understood throughout the course.
The environment was beautiful. The covered but open-sided Shala where we spent the majority of our waking hours had the most incredible views, cooling breeze, and protected us from the extremes of sun and rain that are an unavoidable part of the Thai wet season.
It was a pleasure to be looked after by the resort. I would definitely recommend paying the relatively small amount extra for a private room. I would not have liked to to have to share as others did, particularly as I was the only male student!
It is an hour out of town, which has up and downsides. You need to pay some small extra costs for laundry, and if you want to eat exactly as you please. However, the vegan menu set out by the course was astonishingly diverse and delicious.
I left feeling exhausted but completely uplifted. If you take this course, you will not be disappointed.
from United States, September 2019
"this month at Mala Dhara Eco Resort In Chiang Mai, Thailand"
The instructors knowledge, performance and sincerity in what they teach.
from France, June 2019
"Life changing 🌈"
Going in, I knew mostly about asana practice, and wanted to learn more about the rest of yoga. Turns out, I did learn so much more, more so than I even dared to hope. After this month, I feel enlightened, energized, wiser, faster better stronger, thoroughly inspired, and ready to give back. Thank you Amazing Amy, Rocking Rory, fantastic intervenants Olga and Tara, and facilitators Monine and Thea for everything you taught us, for the love and the laugh and the life we shared.
Gorgeous setting amongs organic rice fields, surrounded by many furry loving friends, an everyday delight for nature & animal lovers.
And the foooood was a marvel!! Do take note that it is FULLY VEGAN, not vegetarian. Still dreaming of the fresh fruit-filled breakfasts, noodle soups galore, pad thai and home-made tempeh.
Again, what a magical journey, filled with rich knowledge and packed full of teaching practice experiences. I would do it all again in a heartbeat.