Yoga Training in Morocco

yogahaven Teacher Training in Morocco

During our yoga teacher training in Morocco, we make Villa Mandalla on the southern coastline your home and sanctuary.

Sitting on the coastline of the tiny Banana Village near Taghazout, a small fishing area and famed surf spot, escape the hustle and bustle of the normal tourist traps. This rustic, beautifully maintained villa offers the perfect amount peace and privacy needed for an intensive training.

Wake up and practice with sunrise views over the Atlas Mountains and wind down with stunning sunsets, dipping below the waves. We take our yoga classes and training on the roof of the villa, in a dark wooden yoga shala which is gently warmed by the sun, making it the perfect place to be on the mat.

Enjoy sumptuous, healthy, fresh vegetarian meals to replenish your energy levels and cleanse your body.

On your days off there are plenty of adventurous activities to take part in, from surfing to horse-riding. To soak in the local culture journey to Agadir souk to barter for bargains and exotic wares. For those more inclined to soaking up some sunshine and chilling out, the Villa pool or a trip to Paradise Valley beckons.

Embrace the fairytale magic of Morocco and let your practice and relationship with yoga be transported.

Transfers to and from the villa are included on the Morocco yoga teacher training course.

Yoga Training in Greece

yogahaven Teacher Training in Greece

Our second location lies peacefully on the sea in the port of the quaint fishing village of Ancient Epidavros. Unspoiled and away from mass tourism, our accommodation sits next to a bay of morning sunrises, afternoon sail boats lazily making their way to shore and evening magenta colored sunsets which can be viewed against the backdrop of the sleeping volcano of Methana. This culturally rich area is the perfect setting for peaceful yoga and meditation.

The yoga shala located on the rooftop of the hotel, offers gorgeous views of the sea below. The space can be open to the warm breezes off the ocean, or protected from the elements with transparent closures as to not obstruct the extraordinary views. Buoys bobbing quietly below and the chime of the church bells lure in a meditative connection between local elements and spirituality.

The rooms are simple and clean with a Mediterranean feel. Most rooms offer a view of the sea and a balcony, and gentle waves can be heard through the open windows.

On your days off there are plenty of adventurous activities to take part in; boating, kayaking, bush walks, archeological walks, and mountain biking are easily available. If you happen to be interested in the culture and history of the area, then world heritage monuments are a stone's throw away. The world-famous attractions of Argolis (Epidavros, Mycenae, Tiryns, Nafplion, Corinth) and Athens are near. Day trips to Poros, Hydra and Spetses, epitomizing the Greek Island experience, are possible too. Dive into the local flare in the nearby village, which includes small shops, bakeries and seaside walking paths. A visit to the local amphitheater, dating back to 4th BC is an easy ten-minute stroll away through orange groves and olive trees. Snorkeling is also available and highly recommended is snorkeling at the 3000 year old 'Sunken City'. For those with an inclination for flight, take to the skies with the local paragliding school.

Note for travelling to Greece

Arrive to Athens International Airport. You need to leave approximately 2 hours travel time to and from the venue, so please consider this this when booking flight times.

When you arrive at Athens International Airport take a train to Korinthos (the final destination on that train journey is Kaito - approx. 1 hr).

You will then need to get a taxi to the venue, which is € 70. This part of the journey is 45 minutes.

You are responsible for paying your own flights and any travel costs. (Please note: if you intend to arrive a day early or leave later than the dates specified you will need to arrange your own accommodation).

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