Yoga Navan is a 200hr yoga teacher training school in Tulum, Mexico focusing on Sivananda Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, meditation, and pranayama.
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In 2012, Michelle traveled to Isla Mujeres, Mexico to fulfill the requirements and her dream of becoming a yoga teacher. In the 200-hour teacher training at Vastu School of Yoga, Michelle was taught the gentle confidence to teach Hatha yoga, Sivananda style. In 2016, she went to Ajijic, Mexico to Yoga Veda 200-hour teacher training to renew and expand on her Sivananda experience and added Ayurveda and meditation. She is influenced by the five Principles of Swami Sivananda’s Yoga - proper relaxation, exercise, diet, breathing, and thinking / meditation. She offers a refreshing and relaxing class.
Olga is a 2018 certified Sivananda instructor and has taught classes in Florida in 2018 as well as taught 200-hour yoga teacher training in Tulum, Mexico in 2018.
from Ireland, August 2018
"Enjoy the time for self development !"
This is a great short course for people that want to develop there yoga practice and start to teach, also those you love yoga but have not had time for themselves and want to get back I to it. It's tough but not intense, you get nearly full weekend of and Tullum is cool to explore on a bike it has big Mayan Ruins and the snorkling is cool especially with the turtles 😎
from Mexico, August 2018
"A beautifully life experience"
Loved the teachers. The people. The place. The experience.
from United States, July 2018
"Best time in my life!"
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from Jamaica, June 2018
"nice people but disappointing experience overall"
I have a lot to say regarding the professional aspects of the YTtraining itself and I really hope that the 2 teachers won't take it personal as the aims of this feedback isn't to criticise them as persons, but to share our impression after experiencing their training.
Most of us in the group shared our views during the last week and we were all feeling the same way...mostly desapointed by the training...
So the best thing we could do is to be honest and give a real feedback of what we felt during these weeks. Because there is nothing best we can wish our teachers than to improve and raise the overall level of the training they are offering.
The most positive thing was about the people themselves : Two nice and kind ladies as teachers and a small group of 5 students, from beginners to advanced, from 28 to 65. Nice variety of backgrounds and culture creating a respectful, friendly and supportive atmosphere ;-)