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Choose Between Two Options
- $1,200 for a 200-hour yoga-teacher training (up to a $3,400 value)
- $39 for 10 yoga classes (up to a $200 value)
Yogis spend 200 hours learning the ins and out of sadhana yoga during a one-month intensive or six-month teacher-training course. During the sessions, program instructors take a contemporary approach as they teach such subjects as anatomy, sutras, adjustment, and the art of teaching. Students of all levels are welcome to participate, and room and food packages are included.
Certified instructors customize postures while helping students of all levels channel their energy during Chakra Flow and Vinyasa classes. Restorative Yoga classes harness props such as straps and blocks to help students deepen stretches and relax. All of Zen Den Yoga School's classes accept donations of $8–$20 only. See the full class schedule.
Prices are subject to change.
Zen Den Yoga School
The instructors at Zen Den Yoga School are so dedicated to creating a welcoming community environment that they eschew rigid class prices. Instead, they ask only for donations, inviting everyone to join them in sun salutations during chakra flows and vigorous vinyasa classes despite their financial background. Led by founder of the school and studio, Ira Schneider—a 500-hour RYT certified instructor—has spent the past three years teaching on his yoga farm in Guatemala and has recently brought his teachings of sadhana yoga to South Florida. The studio's instructors—all of whom have completed at least 200-hour Yoga Alliance certification program—alongside Ira, help students of all ages and abilities develop their own personal practice and celebrate life.
96% of 24 customers recommend
“I've only been to Lori's class but really like the energy and flow of her classes”
“Great school, enviorment, and even better teachers. Ira is a special light that radiates his positive energy onto everyone he encounters. I love it here.”
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