Sadhana Yoga School proudly offers multiple yoga teacher trainings and events every year on Lake Atitlan, Guatemala.
Our Guatemala programs are located at The Seed, a unique space for both individuals and groups to practice, learn and experience magic in an intimate setting. This convenient yet remote location, a peaceful Mayan village in Tzununá, Guatemala, overlooks gorgeous Lake Atitlán. Being in harmony with nature is the highest concern, and the founders of The Seed pass the benefits of this interconnected lifestyle along to each student. The venue is ideal for those who are seeking transformation and rejuvenation alongside likeminded individuals.
While attending an event or yoga teacher training in Guatemala with us, we will meditate together each morning looking out at Lake Atitlan, practice yoga together on the open air deck, engage in meaningful philosophical discussion in a conscious way allowing us to explore the depth of mind and emotion.
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GUATEMALA TRAININGS AND EVENTS DETAILS
Flying to Guatemala
The Sadhana Yoga School team has over 10 years experience in planning flights to Guatemala. It is your responsibility to book and pay for your flight. To better assist you during planning, we’ve put together a flight resources guide. For programs in Guatemala, students should fly into the La Aurora Airport in Guatemala City. We will arrange for your transport, as it is a three hour drive from the airport and a 15 minute boat ride to the retreat center where you will be training. Cost is $150 USD total each way, cost divided between number of students. Contact our team today with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Passport and Visa for Guatemala
A valid U.S. passport is required for all U.S. citizens to enter Guatemala and return to the United States, regardless of age. Even if dual nationals are permitted to enter Guatemala on a second nationality passport, U.S. citizens returning to the United States from Guatemala are not allowed to board their flights without a valid U.S. passport. Visit the Ministry of Foreign Affairs website (Spanish only) website for the most current visa information.
U.S. citizens do not need a visa for a stay of 90 days or less. U.S. citizen travelers should have at least 6 months of validity remaining on their U.S. passports after the date of entry or they may be turned back by the airline or immigration.
Tuition, Room and Food
Our events and yoga teacher trainings in Guatemala vary in cost, dependent on time of year, location and selected room and food plan. Check out our upcoming program schedule to learn more about program-specific costs.
It is your responsibility to book and pay for your flight. Flight costs to Guatemala will vary dependent on location, time of year and airline. To better assist you during planning, we’ve put together a flight resources guide.
Personal Spending Money
There are ATMS at the airport when you arrive, as well as in town nearby. Your room and board are already paid for, but budget accordingly. You will need money for the taxi from the airport and back, as well as for your dinner each day ($10-15 daily budget). You also might want to go shopping in the nearby town, take a sightseeing trip on your day off.
WHAT SETS US APART?
“Amazing opportunity for yoga teacher training course. So many great options for whatever type of experience fits your lifestyle!” – Danielle, Sadhana Yoga School Graduate, New Hampshire Program
“I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at Sadhana Yoga School. Anjili & Bryan both have a world of knowledge that they impart to their students. I would highly recommend this program to anyone who is looking to either begin or continue their yoga education.” – Kristen, Sadhana Yoga School Graduate, New Hampshire Program
“I went to Fiji in September, 2014. Looking back now in 2016 I understand that this was the best yoga teacher training program I could have ever imagined. Not only did the training improve my physical practice, but I have now embraced Ayurveda and am a much, much healthier person than before my training. I even sent my 19-yr.-old son to Fiji in 2015 to do his 200 hr. training. He had a blast! Daku Resort is sweet.” – Sue, Sadhana Yoga School Graduate, Fiji Program