The Moksha Yoga community (internationally known as “Modo Yoga”) is a group of socially and environmentally conscious yoga studios, collectively changing the world one hot yoga class at a time! What’s ‘Moke-shaw‘? Moksha Yoga in Canada and Modo Yoga in the United States (and the rest of the world) is a unique hot yoga series that combines the precision of therapeutic yoga and the foundations of traditional yoga in a specially heated room.
The series is a cardiovascular workout that strengthens, tones, and loosens the muscles, while calming the mind and reducing stress. The ‘hot’ in hot yoga allows for deep, safe stretching and promotes detoxification of the skin, blood, and muscles through sweat. Moksha Yoga classes are suitable for all levels of ability – even ABSOLUTE beginners with limited flexibility! Moksha has studios all over North America, and soon to be in Europe and Australia.
The 7-Day Flow training was an advanced training. Moksha International brought a group of 35 already established yoga teachers to Zen Yoga Nicaragua Institute to lead them in a Flow training led by Dina Tsouluha. Flow training is a set sequence to master “the flow” element of yoga, to give the teachers more knowledge of what makes a class flow or more fluid. The group trained hard and played hard, receiving three nourishing meals a day and always finding time to enjoy the beautiful sunrises, sunsets, and blue skies in between over Nicaragua’s Pacific coast.
200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in San Juan Del Sur
This is the largest yoga teacher training in the world, with over 60 students coming together to spend 200 intensive hours from February 26th to March 28th at our brand new Tree Casa Resort Partner to learn, practice, and hone the skills required to be a top-notch yoga instructor. The instructors of the training are world-class, coming from years of practice and dozens of certifications, as well as thousands of hours of studio time leading classes for Moksha Yoga in Canada.
Don’t forget to like Zen Yoga Nicaragua on Facebook to follow their month-long training through pictures, as well as catch a few live moments of the beautiful sunrises and sunsets, practicing and training, and the fun eco-adventures many students will be participating in!