Prana Yoga College, Tel Aviv

3.6
#19 of 31 in Spas in Tel Aviv
Prana Yoga College is lovingly run by Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza. Together with their highly skilled staff and teachers, Prana College has trained hundreds of yoga leaders around the globe and is opened to people with a variety of yoga experiences.

Shakti Mhi the founder of Prana Yoga College, brings years of experience and complete personal commitment, having trained hundreds of yoga leaders around the globe.

The teaching is transformational, experiential and deeply profound. This course is far more than just learning about the postures which is why it is open to people with a variety of yoga experiences.

The course is especially relevant if you are looking to :

- learn how to teach with confidence and precision,

- take your practice to the next level and go beyond the physical,

- fully integrate asana (poses) with meditation,

- immerse yourself in a retreat of like-minded people,

- cleanse your body, discipline your mind, and awaken your spirit.
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  • Wow, I was in shock at how terrible this place made me feel. After signing myself up on the Hebrew website to come for a class, I was rudely rejected. I have been taking yoga classes in Hebrew for...  more »
  • Great Yoga center. Always good to practice yoga with Shakti and the rest of the teachers there. Also a fun place to drink tea and relax.  more »
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  • As a new Oleh I figured a place with so many top reviews and a great free trial period would be the perfect place to begin to ease the stresses of my move and life in general. Thing is that once stepping in to register I was immediately asked if I knew fluent Hebrew. Since I still am learning I replied honestly and said no. They turned me away and said that they are “very spiritual” and require a fluent understanding of Hebrew. I was and still am shocked. This is blatant discrimination simply because I don’t know Hebrew like a native Israeli. Yoga isn’t simply communal. As anyone else that has practiced yoga knows, there is a strong individual component of meditation and inner searching as well. Simply amazed at the short sightedness. Crazy part is that they told me no in English. Thanks for nothing. Edit: Before arriving I read their website and nowhere does it mention the language requirement.
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