Sunshine Yoga Teacher Trainings Keep Traditional Focus




Kim Mosby with student

Sunshine Yoga will offer several teacher training courses in the coming months, including a fast-track 200-hour program September 5 through October 25, a standard-track program October 5 through May 19, and a 15-day immersion in 2019 (details TBA). Studio owner Kim Mosby says her 200-hour teacher trainings cover all Yoga Alliance requirements as well as the advanced practices needed to become “a teacher of yoga, a teacher of life.” 

Sunshine Yoga recently opened a “hot studio” two doors down from the original, traditional yoga studio, which is located at 211-E Main Street in Destin.

“Sunshine Yoga provides a space for self-exploration to beginners and seasoned yogis alike,” she says. “In addition to offering a wide variety of yoga classes, meditation and healing practices in two studios, I’ve discovered that my deeper passion lies in helping students advance their yoga practice, and I aim to focus on yoga teacher training as a major part of my teaching path.”

Having studied in India for her 200-hour and 300-hour advanced teacher trainings, Mosby wants to carry the teachings of traditional Hatha yoga and the eight-limbed path to her students. “I’m supporting the roots of this ancient system at a time when ‘real yoga’ is being diluted and reduced to a physical practice, and the true purpose of yoga is needed now more than ever,” she says.

Register and pay for the standard track 200-hour teacher training by September 15 to receive a $250 discount. For more information, call 850-687-8603 or visit SunshineYogaStudio.com.

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