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44 Day 300-Hour VY Vinyasa Advanced Yoga Teacher Training in Tulum

Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats, Lotes 9 y 10, Manzana 10, Predio Azteca, Chemuyil, Tulum, Quintana Roo, 77774 Mexico

Mexico Yoga Teacher Training Program

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You will spend 44 days in contact with nature, in touch with your soul, dedicated 100% to the study of Vinyasa yoga, away from any distraction. During this time, you will enjoy five delicious meals per day, all of which are light and balanced, cooked with healthy ingredients, and with lots of love!

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Highlights

  • Intensive yoga teacher training program
  • Eligible to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • Asana, theory, and many other special activities held each day
  • Roundtrip airport transfers are included
  • You will have free time for yourself
  • All daily meals will be served
  • 43 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Advanced

Styles


42 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Spanish
Airport transfer included: Cancún International Airport
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
15:00
Check-out Time:
12:00

Facilities

  • Swimming pool (outdoor)
  • Dining area
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Multilingual staff
  • Smoke-free property
  • Special menu request
  • Yoga shala
  • Free parking
  • Laundry
  • Tour assistance

The sleep accommodations are in reserved spaces for nature conservation, so you can learn to interact with nature responsibly and peacefully, and become more aware of your relationship with Mother Earth.

Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats

Situated five kilometers from the village of Chemuyil and nested in the heart of the jungle, Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats is a beautiful space dedicated to hosting yoga and holistic retreats and training programs, created to offer a peaceful experience in the middle of the jungle, co-habiting with nature, respecting and honoring all the jungle inhabitants.

The main concern in Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats is to have a space dedicated to show the world how you can preserve and guard flora and fauna of the region, creating the less impact possible by treating wastes, avoiding disturbance of the environment, and healing the footprint that modern society has done for centuries to Mother Earth.

To preserve nature, Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats operates with solar panels, so although they have enough electrical power for lights and phone and laptop chargers, no hairdryers, hair irons, clothes iron, or any appliances which operate with electric resistance are allowed, since they are not supported by the electrical system.

The water comes from a dwell and all the water and waste are treated in a state-of-the-art water treatment plant, which consists in a composter which collects the organic material from toilets and separates water from solids, drying the solids with wood chips and coconut debris, preventing the creation of methane, and therefore, avoiding unpleasant odors.

The water separated from the solids is directed to the wetland, which uses layers of stones, gravel, clay, sand, wood chips, coconut debris, and beautiful plants to absorb nutrients and fat from soaps to clean the water. At the end of the wetland, there is a beautiful bamboo garden and a little pond where tadpoles and fishes live happy and healthy.

Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats accommodation spaces are five gorgeous glamping tents: House of the Squirrel and House of the Sereque, single occupancy tents with one full-size mattress each, House of the Coatis and House of the Foxes for double occupancy with two twin size mattresses each, and House of the Monkeys, the dorm-style huge glamping tent, which accommodates four people in four sinlge beds. All of the tents are spacious and you are able to stand up.

Walls and ceiling of glamping tents are made of a special exterior fabric called Sunbrella, the leading premium fabric for outdoor furniture, shading, and marine applications. Because of its resistance to stains, mildew, fading, UV, and water, it is used to build boat canvas, upholstery, sling chairs, and more. The walls can be folded to leave only the mosquito net, so the tents are ventilated and fresh.

The beautiful polished cement floors provide coziness and beauty and invite you to walk barefoot, feeling the connection with nature even inside your tent. Pillows and bed linens are provided and bed linens are changed and sent to a local laundry in Chemuyil once a week to contribute with the local community economy. Please don’t forget to bring your own bath towel!

House of the Squirrel and House of the Sereque

These cozy and spacious glamping tents are equipped with a full-size mattress, a night table, a small set of drawers, and a lamp.

House of the Coatis and House of the Foxes

Two beautiful middle-size tents that were thought to be shared by two people, so they have two twin size mattresses, a night table, two small sets of drawers, and a lamp. There is enough space to place your suitcases or backpacks on the polished cement floor.

House of the Monkeys

For those who enjoy the company of others and sharing adventures and stories with them, they designed this dorm-style huge tent, consisting of four single beds that comfortably accommodate four people, four sets of small drawers, and lamps. There is enough space to place your suitcases or backpacks on the polished cement floor.

There is a common bathroom area close to the kitchen/dining area, equipped with three bathrooms, three showers, and four sinks, and there is also a pee-only dry bathroom close to the glamping tents area. The shala is a giant circular glamping tent with walls of mosquito net, which provides a 360-degree view of the beautiful jungle. The heart of the shala is a living huge tree native from the Riviera Maya region, called “zapote”.

This is the tree that was used by the ancient Mayans to make bubble gum and they preserved it to be your guide during your journey and remind you that yoga is about contributing to all living creatures’ wellbeing and happiness. Outside of the shala, there is a cute little space to leave your shoes and your egos outside the shala, to be ready to enjoy your practice.

Accommodations

1.) Dorm for 4 in glamping tent:

  • Four single size mattresses
  • Access to common bathrooms
  • Small sets of drawers for each student
  • Light
  • Bed linens

2.) Shared double glamping tents:

  • Two single size mattresses in each tent
  • Access to common bathrooms
  • Small sets of drawers for each student
  • Light
  • Bed linens

3.) Private single glamping tents:

  • One single size mattress in each tent
  • Access to common bathrooms
  • Small set of drawers
  • Light
  • Bed linens

Program

You will practice yoga asanas, you will learn how to sequence different styles of yoga classes and how to teach them safely and professionally; you will discuss the literal meaning and modern implication of each one of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and take a dive within ourselves through different exercises of introspection. You will also deepen your meditation practice and learn how to teach different techniques of meditation to others.

In these times when racism, sexism, intolerance, and imaginary divisions between the human races are separating people apart, their mission is to do exactly the opposite: VY Vinyasa Yoga wants to promote YOGA 1(UNION) with a bilingual yoga teacher training. The program will be taught in English, but you can speak English or Spanish. YOu will have a translator available at all times, and the teaching staff can speak and teach in both languages.

They encourage you to practice your second language in your daily activities and discussions and, if you feel comfortable enough, to also teach asana in your second language. No matter in which country of the world you were born and raised; the color of your skin, your religious beliefs or your social status; the language you speak, your sexual preference, or your political affiliation; if you are a football fan of any team, or not… they respect you, support you, and you are totally welcome. In other words, THEY ALREADY LOVE YOU… and they just want to invite you to love all.

About VY Vinyasa Yoga

VY Vinyasa Yoga is a yoga system founded in 2009 in the city on Monterrey, N.L. México and is now being reproduced by a lot of schools and teachers around the nation. VY Vinyasa Yoga is registered by Yoga Alliance as an RYS 200 and RYS 300, and it is one of the best certified schools for the

teachings of yoga, internationally speaking.

General Director, Hernán (Ors) Gutiérrez and Administrative Director, Marina Porras, are both registered as YACEP, E-RYT 500 and RYT 500, which are also the highest grades of certification for an individual according to the Yoga Alliance standards; therefore, they are authorized to certify yoga students as well as advanced yoga teachers. Also they are authorized to teach workshops and classes for yoga students at any level.

VY Vinyasa Yoga has a group of VY Lead Trainers with high ranks of certification like E-RYT 200 / RYT 500, certifications which allow them to teach workshops and teachers trainings. Aside from the teacher training programs, VY Lead Trainers offer workshops, master classes, and regular classes for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students to all and everyone, regardless of age, social or economic status, race, gender, nationality, or sexual preference.

VY Vinyasa Yoga has graduated almost 50 generations of RYT 200 and 11 generations of RYT 500 on intensive personal programs, intensive group programs and modular group programs of VY Vinyasa Yoga. The graduates from these programs represent a quarter of the yoga teachers from all México registered with Yoga Alliance. The programs are the best and most rated programs in México, obtaining a 95 out of 100 grade by the graduate students in Yoga Alliance survey.

In VY Vinyasa Yoga, they promote the yogi lifestyle, based on the personal, regular and constant yoga practice; they have created a favorable atmosphere for the physical, mental, and spiritual development of all the members of VY Vinyasa Yoga; they treat all people with respect and dignity; they are in constant training and study by maintaining ourselves informed and up to date regarding any general matter of interest for society and above all, on subjects related with yoga.

Their mission in life is to take yoga as far as possible by practicing and teaching daily asana classes responsibly and safely, following the Yamas and Niyamas every day, all day. The goal is to touch the heart of others, to leave a better world for future generations, and to follow the mantra: PEACE, LOVE and FREEDOM.

They will be teaching an VY Vinyasa Yoga 300-hours Bilingual Advanced Teacher Training. This is the only Advanced Program offered in an intensive and bilingual format in Mexico, and it is directed to yoga teachers who wish to enhance and diversify their yoga classes with different sequencing styles of multilevel, soft and advanced yoga in both languages, English and Spanish, or to those who would like to live a bilingual and multi-cultural experience.

This same program has been taught in modular teacher trainings in Spanish, but this is the first time it is being offered in a bilingual and intensive format. As of today, more than 90% of the students that have taken these teacher trainings have described their experience as: enriching, unique, beautiful, unrepeatable, educational, and many more other positive adjectives. The 300-hours VY Advanced Teacher Training (VYATT300) is an advanced training for yoga teachers.

This training not only seeks for the teacher to take the yoga practitioner down a safe path in their asana practice and the yoga lifestyle, this training takes the teacher a step further and takes the time to go deeper into specific topics of yoga practice. It is a fact that the teacher knows what a Virabhadrasana is, now it is about reaching the depths of it. It also takes for a fact that the teacher knows who Patanjali was, now he tries to scrutinize every word he wrote.

If you want this training to be part of your 300-hours Advanced Certification valid in Yoga Alliance (applicable for the RYT 500 registration), you must be a certified and registered Yoga Alliance teacher (RYT 200 or E-RYT 200). In case you do not want to register in Yoga Alliance, you can study it without being a RYT 200 registered teacher, but you must have studied a previous program of yoga teacher training, even if it´s not registered with Yoga Alliance.

In VY Vinyasa Yoga, they are convinced that the experience of this program does not depend 100% on us. In reality, a genuine potential of this program relies on the teamwork disposition the student has, as well as, the positive, proactive and optimist attitude they wish to maintain during the course of the program. This will be what transforms the training into the best life experience of a person and at the same time be able to contribute this energy to the whole group so they can enjoy and make the most out of their experience.

Sample daily schedule

  • 07:30 Breakfast
  • 08:30 Philosophy discussions/Sequencing techniques/Meditation techniques/Lectures/Advanced Anatomy
  • 10:30 Fruit and tea break
  • 11:00 Asana practice (half of the group)/Teaching practice (half of the group)/Meditation practice
  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 Philosophy discussions/Sequencing techniques/Meditation techniques/Lectures /Advanced Anatomy
  • 16:30 Fruit & tea break
  • 17:00 Asana practice (half of the group)/Teaching practice (half of the group)/Meditation practice
  • 19:00 Dinner
  • 20:00 Satsang/Kirtan/Special activities
  • 21:30 Bed time

How to apply

There are 2 requirements to apply to this program:

1.) The teacher must have studied a 200-hour yoga teacher training, preferably registered by Yoga Alliance.

2.) The teacher must have a constant and disciplined practice of asanas, in any Vinyasa style such as Vinyasa, Vinyasa flow, Ashtanga, Rocket, or similar.

Application process

Step 1: To secure your space, you need to make the payment of the deposit (or the full payment if you want to take advantage of the early bird price), using BookYogaRetreats or BookYogaTeacherTraining payment systems.

Step 2: After that, you will receive a confirmation from BookYogaRetreats or BookYogaTeacherTraining and as soon as you are notified, you will be sent with the acceptance letter and the VY Vinyasa Yoga Asana Manual.

Step 3: Payment of the remaining can be completed via PayPal with AMEX, VISA, or MasterCard prior to your arrival, or it can be paid directly at the venue in cash.

Step 4: Closer to the start date, you will be sent a couple of e-mails with important information such as required readings and study material, travel information, packing suggestions, and additional suggested personal preparations.

Required reading and study material

1.) Yoga Sutras of Patanjali on any of its versions or translations.

2.) Ray Long´s “The Key Muscles of Yoga” and “The Key Poses of Yoga”.

3.) Study and learn the names in sanskrit of the most common yoga asanas. As soon as your space is secured by paying your deposit, the VY Vinyasa Yoga Asana Manual will be sent via e-mail.

The VYATT300 Program

  • Advanced Anatomy - 50 hours

Many of the yoga asanas and the Vinyasas or transitions that take you to them or interlace them with each other are born of meditative practice, of fakirism, of gymnastics and other sports, and some more modern ones, come from different styles of dance. The vast majority of them have been developed intuitively or accidentally.

It is not until you stop to see what the human being knows about the biomechanics of the human body today and take into account the scientific developments they have achieved in the last century in subjects such as Anatomy, Sports Medicine, and Genetics, when you really measure the risks or benefits that the asanas or vinyasas can cause in the short, medium or long term.

You will study each joint and its movement, as well as muscles and tendons involved in those movements both in extension and contraction. They will open the matrix of the human body and after that, you will never see an asana in the same way; so that more than learning asanas or modifications for them, you will have the criteria to create or modify them. This training is the firm basis, is what establishes the criteria, of all advanced sequencing of asanas of this VYATT300.

The creators of this program believe that this module is one of the most important and transcendental of the program. Because the way of seeing the bodies, asanas and the yoga sequences change completely once the biomechanics of the human body is known in detail.

  • VY Advanced Asana Sequencing - 50 hours

In this training, you will learn to sequence series for practitioners who have a strong and solid asana practice, and who have reached a point where they feel too comfortable in multi-level vinyasa classes, so they have more trouble to stay in the here and the now. These practitioners need new challenges for their body, so that their mind is present and does not leave with their thoughts.

This training not only prepares you as a teacher to sequence and dictate more advanced series, with complex transitions and strong postures, but also helps you grow in your personal practice. But it is important to stress that although your personal practice is not at the point where you can make complex transitions or strong postures, this training prepares you to be able to teach such transitions safely and without having to show them with your own body, so you can be able to help your students to advance in their practice of asanas and, consequently, in their practice of meditation in movement.

This training is about the physical practice of vinyasa yoga that together with the Advanced Anatomy training of this VYATT300, become a perfect match to shape a unique, safe and inspiring practice.

  • VY Vinyasa Flow - 50 hrs

You will be learning and mastering 5 sequencing styles of the VY Vinyasa Flow system, and these encompass the forms of joining the postures that are used in the modern Vinyasa Yoga Flow around the world by the most representative teachers of this style. The system presented by the school in this Advanced Teacher Training gives the RYT the tools to dictate and create their own Vinyasa Flow series in a safe way for all practitioners of this vigorous and dynamic style.

  • Yoga Sutras of Patanjali - 50 hours

In this training, they will translate the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali directly from Sanskrit into English and Spanish. Then, you will discuss its context and analyze a possible re-interpretation in your personal life from a contemporary perspective.

  • Meditation - 50 hrs

Sati or mindfulness is the basic human capacity to be in the present and to "remind ourselves" to be in the present, that is, to constantly be returning to the here and now. This training offers you meditation tools and different techniques to achieve this goal, and prepares you to be able to teach them to other practitioners.

  • VY Soft Yoga - 50 hrs

In this training, you will analyze the necessary modifications in the alignment of the postures that are taught in a multilevel yoga practice to be able to adapt to this style of yoga that is very soft, focused on those people who are rehabilitating from some injury, are overweight, have some illness or physical condition that does not allow them to be agitated or to try too hard, are pregnant, or are simply looking for a smooth and calm yoga practice.

You will also study not only the typical injuries and the most common physical conditions, but also how to identify some emotional conditions such as depression and anxiety (among others), in order to use the practice of yoga as a complementary tool to the existing psychological therapy and, in if it does not exist, they can suggest to the student the search for psychological therapy.

Instructors

Ors (Hernán) Gutiérrez

Marina Porras

Conejo (Jorge) Castro

Susana De los Santos

Location

VY Vinyasa Yoga's 300-hour advanced teacher training program will be held in Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats, located in the Mayan Riviera, only 30 minutes from Tulum downtown. The program is limited to 10 students, in order to be able to provide personal attention and special care for all of the students. The beautiful location where this training will be held is in a warm, humid, and close to the sea area, literally in the middle of the Riviera Maya jungle with easy access from anywhere in the world, stress-free and crime-free.

Distances

  • Cancun, 108 kilometers south
  • Cancún International Airport (CUN), 91 kilometers
  • Playa del Carmen, 43 kilometers
  • Tulum, 20 kilometers

Food

Delicious homemade breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared with local and fresh products are served daily, and fresh fruit and tea will be served twice per day as mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks. You will be enjoying a buffet-type healthy menu. The regular menu includes eggs, dairy, poultry, and fish but vegetarian and vegan options are available upon request. Special diet restrictions and allergies should be mentioned upon booking.

Breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. on Sundays and the rest of the day is free up to 7:00 p.m., when you will meet for dinner and Satsang/Kirtan/Special activities.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Coffee
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
  • Other dietary requirements on request
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

What to do in your free time?

On-site, a few activities are at your disposal for your free time on Sundays. The environment and the atmosphere of Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats will help you relax and enjoy the peace and beauty of co-living with nature. You can also visit a few places nearby just by taking the van in the town to Chemuyil.

Cool off in the natural swimming pool

The swimming pool is carved in the rock and is surrounded by a mosquito net, so you can relax and enjoy nature, without the annoying presence of mosquitoes and other flying insects. The pool is cleaned by a natural system that involves plants, fishes, and different types of mineral and organic materials, eliminating the need of the use of chemicals to maintain clean and fresh pool water all the time, without polluting the natural underground water system.

Observe nature around Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats

The area surrounding Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats is very safe, so you can walk around, and you're very likely to see some typical fauna of the region, like coatis, sereques, squirrels, grey foxes, a variety of birds and insects, and if you´re lucky, even spider monkeys. Although it is true that jaguars and other big felines live in the jungle, they will not approach areas inhabited by humans since they are really afraid of people.

There have been no attacks by these animals to humans and VY Vinyasa Yoga states doesn´t need to be afraid that this will change. In the jungle, there are also a lot of different types of spiders, a couple of types of scorpions, and a few different types of snakes, but none of them are dangerous or lethal. In case you have an encounter with any of them, stay away from them and they will not harm you at all. Always stay on the paths and roads and it's strongly recommended that you not enter the wild jungle barefoot or wearing sandals.

Volunteer to help newly-born sea turtles make it safe to the ocean

There are a lot of sea turtle sanctuaries very close to Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats. Akumal is a little town that became very popular for the sea turtles that come and nest on its beaches, and if you are lucky, you might have the opportunity to watch their eggs hatch and help little sea turtles go into deep waters. Akumal is 12 kilometers away from the retreat.

Discover the Mayan history

Tulum is a town famous for the Mayan archeological site that dominates the Caribbean Sea. The archeological site is 18 kilometers from Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats and Tulum downtown is 1.5 kilometers ahead.

Explore the Mayan open cenotes and caves

A variety of open cenotes and caves are very close to Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats and can be visited during your free time on Sundays. VY Vinyasa Yoga can even arrange a tour with the best snorkel, diving, free diving, and apnea instructors in the area.

Swim in the beautiful turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean beaches

Just seven kilometers from Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats, you can find Xcacel, which is one of the most beautiful spots of the Mayan Riviera, still protected from mass tourism. Xcacel is a stunning wild place with no shops, no bars, and no restaurants. You can´t even buy a bottle of water! This beach is protected because it became a sanctuary of the sea turtles.

What's included

  • Daily practices, lessons, and activities
  • Tuition and the VY Vinyasa Yoga Asana manual
  • Eligibility to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • 43 nights accommodation
  • Daily homemade meals, snacks, and drinks
  • Roundtrip airport transfers
  • 1 Manduka PRO yoga mat and Cork yoga block for every student during your stay (You don’t need to bring your own mat and block for your practice at Santosha Sanctuary Yoga & Retreats if you don't want to do so.)
  • Laundry of bed linens once a week

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Additional activities
  • Laundry service for your clothes and bath towel twice a week (Extra charge)
  • Holistic massage services are available on Sunday or any free time during the week upon request (Extra charge)
  • German, Swiss-German, Serbian, French, and Italian native speaker yoga teachers available upon request (Extra charge)

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please arrange your flight to arrive at Cancún International Airport (CUN). Transfers are included, VY Vinyasa Yoga will pick you up from the airport.

  • Customs procedures at Cancun airport

During the inbound flight, you will receive and need to fill out a customs form (Hacienda). After passing through immigration, you collect your bags and proceed to the exit. You will hand the form to the customs agent and press the button on what looks like a traffic light. A green light means “go” and red means “inspection” in which case, officials perform a quick inspection.

As a rule of thumb you are allowed to bring into Mexico whatever you need for the time period you will be staying in Mexico. You are not allowed to bring food, fruits, and/or products that are not “company” packed and sealed. And if you are bringing food or products they are allowed only if you need them because of a special diet or for medical reasons.

The same rule applies to medicine. You are allowed to bring enough medicine for the time period you will be in Mexico. If you are bringing an unusual quantity of medicine, please bring a doctor’s prescription just in case you need to prove the medicine is for your own consumption.

  • Cancun International Airport (CUN) and Customs information

Cancun International Airport (CUN) handles the second-largest volume of airport traffic in Mexico. With its new terminal, it now receives extremely high scores for its modern facilities and equipment, and above all for its strict security level. The airport complies with all US FAA specifications.

Arrival by car

You can rent a car from:

  • National
  • Hertz
  • Avis
  • Budget
  • Thifty
  • Alamo
  • Executive
  • Europcar

Getting around Riviera Maya before or after the training?

So you are flying into Mexico and would like to know if a transfer or a taxi from Cancun International Airport to Playa Del Carmen is better. Taxis are the usual way people around the world get from the airport to their hotel but what about the Riviera Maya. One thing that makes flying into Cancun different is the fact that it is further to destinations like Playa Del Carmen than most cities.

A taxi to Playa Del Carmen from the airport takes 45-50 minutes. This is a lot of time in a taxi and why it costs as much as it does. Since Cancun airport transportation is regulated, each transport has to have a special license, and this is expensive. Normal taxis cannot pick people up at the airport. That is why a “taxi” at Cancun airport is just like a private transfer. So there is not really much difference between the two.

All prices for the Cancun Airport transfers include taxes and fees. The price is for the entire van and not per person. The transfer company is insured. A bilingual driver will meet you at the Cancun airport. This is a very reliable transfer service with the best prices for you. This is what the private transfer taxis from Cancun to Playa Del Carmen look like:

Private transfer taxi from Cancun Airport to Playa Del Carmen (Playa Del Carmen is south of the airport and it will take about 50 minutes to arrive at the city.):

  • 1-3 people - 60 USD one way or 110 USD round trip
  • 4-7 people - 70 USD one way or 120 USD round trip
  • 8-10 people - 85 USD one way or 135 USD round trip

Private transfer taxi from Cancun Airport to Cancun (The prices for a transfer from the Cancun Airport to both the "Hotel Zone" and the "Downtown" of Cancun are the same.):

  • 1-3 people - 35 USD one way or 55 USD round trip
  • 4-7 people - 40 USD one way or 65 USD round trip
  • 8-10 people - 50 USD one way or 80 USD round trip

Private transfer taxi from Cancun Airport to Puerto Morelos (Puerto Morelos is just south of the Cancun Airport and will take a little over 20 minutes):

  • 1-3 people - 40 USD one way or 70 USD round trip
  • 4-7 people - 50 USD one way or 85 USD round trip
  • 8-10 people - 65 USD one way or 100 USD round trip

Private transfer taxi from Cancun Airport to Tulum (From Cancun Airport to Tulum, a transfer takes about one hour and a half. That is why, VY Vinyasa Yoga likes private transfers so they can take you directly and comfortably.):

  • 1-3 people - 100 USD one way or 175 USD round trip
  • 4-7 people - 110 USD one way or 200 USD round trip
  • 8-10 people - 115 USD one way or 220 USD round trip

Cancun Buses

Buses are the cheapest way to get around Cancun and you can get from the "Hotel Zone" to almost anywhere for only 8.5 MXN (Mexican coins only).

  • R1 - R2 - R15 - R27 all travel within the Hotel Zone although only half of them go as far as Wet n’ Wild; you need to ask the driver.
  • R2 - R15 go to Walmart and the Market 28 in Downtown Cancun.
  • R1 takes you to Puerto Juarez where you can catch the ferry to Isla Mujeres.
  • R27 takes you to Plaza Las Americas.

There is also the Bus One (a white bus) which is the only bus with a/c traveling in the Hotel Zone. This costs 11 MXN pesos. If you want to get a bus to another town or city then you can go to the bus station IN THE AIRPORT OF CANCUN and get buses to Playa del Carmen, Tulum, Merida, Chetumal, and just about anywhere you would like to go in Mexico. The ADO bus service is very comfortable and reliable if you are planning a long trip.

Cancun Taxis

You can get a taxi anywhere in Cancun. The only restriction is that they are not allowed to collect from the airport. The airport has its own taxi system. Taxi fares are set by how many zones you travel through. It is best to agree on the rate before you start your journey and you can find the rates at the front desk of most hotels. Remember that taxis from outside your hotel or restaurant are more expensive than the one you hail in the street.

Airport: Cancún International Airport Airport transfer included: Cancún International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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Availability

Arrival: Sunday May 2, 2021
Departure: Monday June 14, 2021

Training information

The training starts on May 3 and ends on June 13, 2021, however, students should arrive on May 2 and leave on June 14.

Pricing information

The current situation derived from the world wide sanitary emergency of COVID-19 has been devastating for all and yoga has proven to be a powerful tool to bring physical, mental and emotional wellbeing to the general population. To support students to be able to acquire the tools to help others discover the power of yoga in their lives, VY Vinyasa Yoga have decided to decrease their cost as much as it is sustainable for the program to be held. They previously had 3 different packages available, but have now set a special unique price of 3,000 USD for all accommodations.

Assignation of the type of accommodation will be on a FIFO (first in, first out) basis, which means that the students securing their spaces first will have the opportunity to choose their accommodation first, and so on.

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