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22 Days 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Mexico

  • Callejon del Chorro #6 San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato 37700, Mexico

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Yoga Teacher Training Mexico

Join YogaMultimedia in the picturesque town of San Miguel de Allende. This yoga teacher training is intensive enough to equip you with the knowledge, confidence, and skills you need to teach, but it will also provide you with enough free time to explore and enjoy the local lifestyle. The compilation of yoga material for this training is integrated from different traditional yoga Vedic, Tantric, and Buddhist schools, a variety of martial arts, sports, and physiotherapeutical and neurological sciences.


  • Yoga and meditation practices
  • Technical study and asana workshop
  • History, philosophy, and teaching methodologies course
  • Yoga Alliance certification upon completion of the training
  • Introduction to physiology and energetic anatomy course
  • Breakfast six times a week
  • 24 nights' accommodation
  • Lunch five times a week
  • 22 days with instruction
  • English
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In this course, you will be accommodated at a beautiful artist home in San Miguel de Allende. It has 40-foot terrace for amazing views of the whole town, including beautiful sunsets, private bedrooms with queen-sized beds and en-suite bathroom with hot tub, a large garden, and kitchen where you can make your own dinner. You also have the option of staying elsewhere in town and coming to the venue for classes.


The yoga material for your training is integrated by all different kinds of sources, from traditional Vedic yoga, Tantric, and Buddhist schools (Kundalini, Hatha, Ashtanga, Yantra, and Thai massage), a variety of martial arts (Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Capoeira, Aikido, and Tae Kwon Do) as well as sports (freedive, body weight exercise, and acrobatics), and physiotherapeutical and neurological sciences. The subjects covered will include:

  • Basic anatomy and movement planes
  • Introduction to physiology
  • Postures: alignment, variations, foundations, and bandhas
  • Energetic anatomy: chakras, Kundalini, nadis, and prana vayus
  • Breath, pranayama, mind, and meditation
  • Introduction to Ayurveda
  • History and philosophy including Ashtanga or the eight limbs of yoga, Samkhya philosophy, the three gunas, and the five koshas
  • Teaching methodologies: sequencing and cueing

Sample schedule

Monday - Friday

  • 08:30 Asana practice and meditation
  • 10:00 Breakfast
  • 11:00 Technical studies
  • 12:30 Lunch and free time
  • 13:30 Asana workshop
  • 16:30 Evening asana practice


  • 08:30 Asana practice and meditation
  • 10:00 Breakfast
  • 11:00 Technical studies and asana workshop
  • 12:30 Free time for the rest of the day


Free day. There’s plenty to do from exploring the city streets to heading out of town to the thermal pools.

  • Victor Varana

    Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Yoga)

    Victor has been a practitioner since his early childhood, and he has thousands of hours of teaching experience in Tulum, one of the most important yoga destinations in the world. Victor will bring to this training his experience of teaching to yogis from all ages, body conditions and practice levels in the same classroom, while still being able to give everyone the challenge they need. Come learn from him!

  • Cara Luna

    Cara Luna completed her teacher training with YogaMultimedia in Tulum, Mexico. She received her yoga Nidra training with Dr. Marc Halpern at Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas. With a background of training internationally, mostly in Africa, Cara Luna is passionate about sharing her knowledge and experience of yoga. Cara Luna’s personal practice has foundations in Hatha, Vinyasa and Pilates. She is currently studying to become an Ayurvedic Health Counselor.

This course will be located in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. The city is on the side of a mountain, so there are many hills. There is plenty to see in the city, you can explore the buildings, visit art institutes, and more. There are also thermal pools just outside of town, which will be a great to rejuvenate and relax after intense yoga practices on Sunday.

Nearby places

  • Del Bajío International Airport (BJX), 70 miles
  • Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO), 45 miles
  • Hot spring nearby
  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Garden
  • Terrace

During this training, you will be provided with breakfast every Monday to Saturday and lunch every Monday to Friday. Most dietary restrictions can be accommodated, please send inquiry to Yoga Multimedia.

There are plenty of things you can do during your free time on Sunday. You can just sit back and relax on the terrace, or put on a good pair of shoes and explore the San Miguel de Allendo's buildings, art institutes, and other interesting places. There are also thermal pools just outside of town, which will be a great treat for Sunday.

  • 24 nights' accommodation
  • 200-YTT tuition
  • Breakfast every Monday to Saturday
  • Lunch every Monday to Friday
  • Training materials
  • Yoga Alliance certificate
  • Airfare
  • Excursions
  • Meals and snacks (other than breakfast five days a week and lunch six days a week)
  • Transportation to San Miguel de Allende

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Del Bajío International Airport (BJX) or Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO).

Arrival by taxi

From Del Bajío International Airport (BJX) or Querétaro Intercontinental Airport (QRO), you can take shuttle or taxi for a relatively inexpensive price, about 30 to 60 USD.

For information about the booking conditions, please send Yoga Multimedia an inquiry.


  • Review by Matilde Juliette from Denver Colorado

    "Victor Varana taught Kalam-Balam - The Path of the Snake and the Jaguar - tying the ancient knowledge both to the practice in our minds as well as for our bodies. Combining methods from two of his passions, yoga and Aikido, he moved us through honestly the most unique sequence I’ve probably ever experienced."

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  • Review by Tanushka from Denver Colorado

    "I recommend you try the yoga at this place too. I know there are many hotels that offer yoga, but the guy who teaches here is excellent - perhaps one of the best yoga classes I've ever taken. It's 15 USD per class, and there are daily classes at 10:30."

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  • Review by Judith Labrozzi from Georgia, USA

    "I feel very privileged to have had the opportunity to do yoga three times a week with Victor. He knows how to make yoga not only challenging, but fun too. He is always such a happy person that it wears off on others around him. To know him is to love him."

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  • Review by Lynn Stewart Stevenson from BC, Canada

    "Victor is an amazing yoga instructor that is able to modify his yoga moves to meet all age groups and personal limitations. I have been very fortunate to work with Victor. In the past six weeks and three sessions a week, he has never duplicated any of the moves. He encourages us to reach our fullest potential even with our personal imitations. Thank you Victor for being such a dedicated, caring and experienced instructor. I look forward to every class."

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  • Review by Eva-Maria Hahler from Montreal, Quebec

    "People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel. - Maya Angelou"

    "The fact that I am writing this testimonial over a year after I have been on a yoga retreat with Victor in Tulum is a testimonial in and of itself. The fact that I am taking the time in a very busy moment in my life is an additional testimonial to Victor's awesomeness. Would I write this testimonial two years after the retreat, it would still be as enthusiastic as I felt leaving Tulum two summers ago. Tulum has changed my life before, but somehow Victor always seems to play a role in it. I can feel his heart smile while I am sitting here writing about his retreat, in a far away country, way after our last encounter. His open heart and creative mind together have led to the creation of the most wonderful and inspiring Yoga retreat I have ever been on- with ripple effects until today and for a long time to come. Victor's first ever retreat incorporated a mix of spirituality, creativity and power. Ingredients: a knowledgeable, kind and compassionate master, wonderful participants, nurtured and nourished by Victor's overflowing love, a beautiful beach setting, some Aztec healers and a Temazcal, to name just a few. Every day was a surprise. You know when you open a Kinder chocolate and you don't know what to expect. This was Victor's retreat. Obviously I cannot tell you what to expect, as I don't want to spoil any surprises, but I can say as much: every day was more awesome than the previous one and at the end of it all, we were all beaming of pure joy and happiness. Victor helped us peel away all those layers around our true selves - those beautiful selves that were there all along. Peeling away doubts and worries, transforming us into warriors, lovely powerful warriors, who knew that anything was possible. Just knew and still know. I for one wrote my doctoral thesis in the months after the retreat and Victor's magic worked its way all the way, giving me the courage to fight right through this arduous journey. The same happens to this date. At times when I doubt, even in moments of deep exhaustion, I remember one of the many activities and I find strength within - I remember how I felt when we practiced together. I felt powerful, playful, joyful. I felt loved. I felt One. Victor, I am forever grateful for your warm heart that plants seeds and patiently encourages a blossom to search for the light. I will never forget how you made me feel, Victor, and I am looking forward to the next time we meet and practice, play and pray, laugh and joke. You are the best and I truly miss you. Thank you, brother, In Lak'ech."

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  • Review by Elissa Heyman from Santa Fe, New Mexico

    "Victor created a wonderful week for our group that I’ll always remember: a week in paradise with a true teacher. Being in Victor’s classes with his level of commitment made me understand more about spiritual development and what it entailed. We went on really fun and fascinating excursions, ate great food, and swam in the Caribbean while still living a beautiful life of practicing yoga, and learning Mayan and Eastern spiritual traditions."

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  • Review by Aviva S. Bernat MD, from Los Angeles, California

    "I gave myself this workshop and week at Maya Tulum as a 45th birthday present and it was one of the best weeks of my life. It was deeply relaxing, wonderfully joyful, and physically, emotionally and spiritually nourishing and enlivening. The workshop that Victor created was amazing. He put so much heart and creative thought into every detail. He planned the journey on which he lead us with such care and insight. He wove physically challenging and deeply restorative yoga into each day and integrated the yoga with the energetic and natural world. I tried things I never thought I could possibly do and ended up loving them and feeling very empowered. He also incorporated ceremony and ritual into the week and it was a transformative opportunity to participate in the Mayan Temezcal ritual. He also introduced his unique style of Alquimia yoga, which was a blast! Victor is also so multi talented and brought those gifts of chanting/kirtan, photography, multimedia to each of us. I was so inspired and impressed, I asked him to design my professional website. Victor’s wisdom and playful spirit was evident in all that we did. He chose meaningful and fun excursions that were also connected to our journey for the week. He introduced different styles of yoga and challenged us to push ourselves in a really gentle and supportive way. He taught by example, which inspired me. His breadth of knowledge and commitment to this work was evident. The gifts of that week continue to emerge in my life. I have such gratitude for Victor, my fellow participants, and the exquisite Maya Tulum."

    "Thank you, thank you, thank you!"

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  • Review by Janet Goldman from St. Louis, Missouri

    "Spending a week on a yoga retreat with Victor Verano is amazing, empowering, and fun! Each day was different and presented a new challenge for me. What a powerful and exhilarating feeling it was for me to do postures that I thought I was unable to do. I really got out of my head and into my body. My batteries were totally charged to go back into the world in a more loving and peaceful way."

    "The Kirtan session led by Victor the last night was strong and transformative. I would highly recommend this yoga retreat and I am looking forward to his next one."

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  • Review by Sandy from Washington DC

    "I came here after researching remote beach resorts and seeing that they offered yoga, healthy food, and no TV or Internet. I was in desperate need to relax and recharge. Maya Tulum exceeded all of my expectations. Tulum is spectacularly beautiful and there is an indescribably strong and peaceful energy here. The yoga is challenging and the teacher really passionate. Tania and Victor are standout instructors who are excellent at both the yoga and meditation. The food is amazing. Not a single bad meal. Fish tacos, veg sandwich, guajillo fish and granola are my favorites but honestly it's all so good, fresh and filling. Don't let the vegetarian thing fool you the food is so satisfying."

    "If you're looking to restore yourself and feel healthier in body, spirit, and mind, this is the place."

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  • Review by A. Farley from Las Vegas, Nevada

    "I went to 3 a.m. yoga classes (two with Maria, one with Victor). The yoga studio is beautiful. One large room, lots of windows, ceiling fans, and well-stocked with mats, blankets, small towels, blocks, antiseptic spray, and drinking water. In fact, I've never been to a nicer studio. The practice was really nice, very professional, and restful and challenging at the same time. Neither Maria nor Victor take themselves too seriously - they were light hearted and calm and made me feel very comfortable. They both spent time checking postures and assisting students with their poses. I wish I could transport them and the studio here to Las Vegas!"

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