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Yoga Maya is a Yoga Alliance approved school, specialized in yoga teacher trainings. You will enjoy taking your yoga to a level where you can teach, and teach well. Extensive emphasis at Yoga Maya is on sequencing and learning how to put a Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin class together that is fun, safe, and effective. All Yoga Alliance subjects are covered along with disciplines in traditional and modern yoga.
Join them in La Ventana this February/March for a short but seriously sweet YTT-200 Yoga Alliance Approved course which will prepare you for teaching Vinyasa, Yin and a bit of Hatha Yoga. Prerequisite work will be due at the beginning of the course to get you ready for teaching. You will begin teaching day one! Low pressure but high gains!
Yoga Maya teacher training school offers a certification in the Vinyasa, Yin and Hatha disciplines of yoga. You really receive three trainings in one! Sequencing is the fundamental principle of your training. It's what you need to learn how to teach creative classes. Though rooted in tradition, Yoga Maya understands yoga is for most of you a physical practice. This practice needs to be creative to keep your students returning to the mat. They offer mudra, mantra, pranayama, and many other ayurvedic trainings. It's not just all about the asana. Yoga is so much more than the pose.
Yoga Maya tries to adhere to the schedule, sometimes they add and or subtract certain trainings. This depends on the group, their needs, and also the teachers you have with you at each particular training.
After several significant spinal injuries, Debbie turned to yoga and Pilates for more rehabilitation after all else had failed and found that they offered what was needed to heal and strengthen her body. Gaining her ERYT-200 and Advanced RYT-500 signifies Debbie's commitment to yoga. She is a Yoga Alliance CE provider also. Debbie's experience, light-hearted approach and clear instruction enable students of all levels to find ease and joy in their practice of yoga.
An Oklahoma native, Willis has made cities such as New York and Las Vegas his home, performing as a dancer at the Metropolitan Opera and Cirque du Soleil. Through the stressful and sometimes painful life as a dancer, Willis found yoga to be the most beneficial compliment, both mentally and physically, to dance. His relationship with yoga has since deepened throughout his years of practice.
Casa Tara, La Ventana, Mexico. Baja California Sur.
Three delicious meals a day are provided.
You can go to the Beach, swim, hike, shop. Eat street tacos. Live the life!