Max 8 people
United States, Hillsborough
What’s included20 Nights Accommodation, 200-Hour Professional Yoga Certification, Yoga Training Manual, Meals, Wifi, Eco-friendly Resort, Yoga Alliance 200-RYT Recognized Teacher Training
What’s not includedAirfare, Airport transfers, Travel insurance, All services not listed above
Meeting pointThe Yoga teacher training venue, Bethel Farm in Hillsborough, NH
How to get thereBethel Farm is located at 34 Bethel Farm Road, Hillsborough, NH 03244We are near the airports below: Manchester: 1 Hour Boston: 1.5 Hours Hartford: 2.25 Hours We can help people arrange transportation from the Manchester airport.
Airport transfersAirport transfers are not included in this Yoga teacher training
Stephen Bethel, affectionately known by many of his yoga comrades as Bethel, has been an avid yoga practitioner for many years. Establishing a daily meditation practice as a teenager, Bethel’s involvement with yoga blossomed into a lifestyle slowly over time. He became a Jivamukti yoga instructor in 2005. Since that time, he has assisted his mentors Sharon Gannon and David Life in training other teachers and now holds the title of advanced Jivamukti certification. Bethel has been a dedicated caretaker of his homestead in Hillsborough, NH. Through his desire to share this special place with others, Bethel and his partner, Kristen, began dreaming of a way to bring the community together to cultivate yoga, the growing food, and the celebration of other living arts. They created Bethel Farm Yoga and Living Arts Center. http://bethelfarm.org. With the support of the large family they share, Bethel Farm is charged with positive intention and a lot of heart. When Bethel is not in the yoga studio, he may be found out in one of the hoop houses, doing trail maintenance or finishing up a plaster job. He is very happy to share this magical place he feels honoured to call home.
Nadi started practising yoga in college out of general interest. She quickly found the wisdom and health benefits of yoga to be the backbone in all her adventures; both out into the world and deep into her heart. She has used yoga to heal injuries, body aches, heartaches and anxiety. She has watched yoga increase her capacity for love, joy, and compassion in everyday life. Nadi says that with yoga, she feels strong in the body, steady in the mind and open in the heart. Her greatest pleasure is learning more about this ancient tradition and sharing the knowledge with others. She is a 500hr RYT Yoga Alliance certified instructor in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow through School Yoga Institute. She also has experience teaching Restorative, Prenatal and Kids Yoga. When she’s not on her mat you can find her strolling around Portland’s great neighbourhoods or out in the world travelling to new places. She finds herself frequently heading up a trail or down a river in her kayak connecting with mother earth. She loves relaxing in the park with friends, playing music, writing poetry and talking about the wonders of life and this planet. She is currently studying Wilderness Therapy and obtaining her Professional Mental Health Counseling Licence from Lewis & Clark College.
Period : July, 2018