Ljubljana, Slovenia (English Language)

Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training

Program Dates: Saturday, April 27th – Sunday, May 5th, 2019

Language: The course will be held in English, all materials and the textbook are in English.

Course Days: Saturday–Friday, April 27th – Sunday, May 3th, 2019
Schedule: 9 AM – 6 PM (including 1-hour lunch break)
(100% attendance required. Saturday start time 9 am.)

Variable Testing Days: Saturday & Sunday, May 4th – 5th, 2019
(Required attendance to be determined with priority given to long-distance travelers. If you have a scheduling conflict, please email [email protected] to inquire.)

The Unnata® Aerial Yoga Teacher Training course provides a great deal of information in a relatively short amount of time. Course days span 9 hours, including a lunch break. This is an advanced yoga course. All applicants must be already certified yoga instructors in order to be enrolled.

Location:
NO STRESS CENTER
Ulica Milana Majcna 29a
SI-1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
Europe
www.nostresscenter.com

Instructor: Mina Morrgan

Cost: 1,250 € total tuition; Tuition balance due April 23th, 2019.
Early-Bird Incentive: 1.050 €: Pay in full by March 21th 2019.

500 € deposit reserves your spot.

All tuition fees, application fees, course materials, and licensing fees are included in the above costs. (Meals and lodging not included.)

Applying for the course: Please complete the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM and email your yoga certificate to [email protected]. Upon acceptance, you will receive an email from the course instructor with a link to submit your tuition deposit.

The teacher training course will be held in a beautiful yoga studio located across the beautiful Tivoli park. You can reach the famous three bridges from the studio on foot in about 10 minutes. The studio offers a kitchenette, changing room, shower, free wifi and a chill out area. A popular means of transportation is a bike, there is a rental station just across the street.

For lodging, we recommend checking out Airbnb options, Booking.com, and hostels (Celica is a very famous one). Ljubljana is a lovely city where you can get around easily on foot, bicycle or public transportation in it is very safe for wandering around. Beginning of May is our favorite time of year as the weather is warm, we all sit outside in the sun and enjoy the nice weather and our smoothies. Plenty of options for all sorts of dietary needs. If you need any more info do not hesitate to shoot us an email. See you on the sunny side of the Alps!

About Your Instructor

Mina is a 500 E-RYT yoga teacher, professional scuba diver and co-founder of No Stress center in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Founded in 2012 the No stress center was the first facility to introduce aerial yoga in the region and has since been the home to many modern approaches to body and movement.

Since her teenage years Mina has been a curious and voracious explorer, researching everything that posed her a challenge and allowed for a deeper connection with the world: from meditation, psychology, philosophy, yoga and various mind-body practices. Since 2010 she has travelled around the world from India to the US and all across Europe both as a student and a teacher seeking knowledge and union.

She used hammock both as an aerial yoga prop and as an aerial acrobatics apparatus before coming into contact with the Unnata aerial yoga method, but it was meting Michelle Dortignac in January 2014 and taking the teacher training course that has changed her perspective and unveiled the true potential and impact that this approach to yoga could have for all levels of students and body types.

Mina is an eclectic, passionate, straightforward, joyful woman and part time intellectual. Her teaching style is clear, light-hearted, creative and she has a nerdy attention to detail.  She believes that by practicing yoga and especially aerial yoga we can all awaken the free child that resides deep within us and by doing so we can find the strength to achieve our true potential. If she had to describe herself in one phrase it would be ‘State of constants change within stillness’.