The Mexican Iyengar Yoga Association invites all Yoga practitioners to the Intensive Course 2020. Querétaro, Mexico.

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT! POSTPONED EVENT:

NEW DATE: OCTOBER 7-11, 2020

The AMYI takes seriously and solidarity any circumstance that may affect the health of our partners, practitioners and society in general. That is why, taking into account the sanitary recommendations, the decision has been made and every effort has been made not to cancel and thus postpone this event that is long awaited by the Yoga practicing community.

If you have already purchased a package, it will have the same validity and with the same content.

We invite you not to miss this great experience and join the solidarity by not canceling your participation.

“I am not here to teach you. This will be more like a walk through the Iyengar Yoga museum. I will share with you the little I know. I will show and present Guruji’s works of art. “
Raya Uma Datta

Raya Uma Datta

This is a great opportunity to learn directly from one of the key teachers of the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute (RIMYI). Raya Uma Datta has attended the Institute since the age of 10 years. At the age of 20 he began teaching there. In 1998 he was part of the demonstration of asanas for the celebration of the 80th birthday of B.K.S. Iyengar, and from that demonstration he took it as his student.

He accompanied Guruji to Russia in 2009 and China in 2011. In 2009 he was also part of the Geetaji delegation for the Australian Convention and in 2011 for the South African Convention. Since 2002 he is one of the teachers of the RIMYI general classes.

ACTIVITY PROGRAM

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 7

SCHEDULE ACTIVITY
2:00pm
Registration, room allocation.
4:00pm – 7:00pm
Inauguration and Iyengar Yoga Class
7:15pm
Dinner (buffet)

THURSDAY OCTOBER 8

SCHEDULE ACTIVITY
7:00-8:00
American breakfast
8:30am- 11:30 am
Iyengar Yoga class
11:45am– 1:30pm
Buffet lunch
1:30pm- 3:00pm
Informal philosophy talk
3:30pm-5:30pm
Iyengar Yoga class
5:30pm-7:00pm
Dinner (buffet)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 9

SCHEDULE ACTIVIDADES
7:00-8:00
American breakfast
8:30am- 11:30 am
Iyengar Yoga class
11:30am-11:45
Official group photo
11:45am– 1:30pm
Buffet lunch
1:30pm- 3:00pm
Informal philosophy talk
3:30pm-5:30pm
Iyengar Yoga class
5:30pm-7:00pm
Gala dinner (buffet)

SATURDAY OCTOBER 10

SCHEDULE ACTIVITY
7:00-8:00
American breakfast
8:30am- 11:30 am
Iyengar Yoga class
11:45am– 1:30pm
Buffet lunch
1:30pm- 3:00pm
Informal philosophy talk
3:30pm-5:30pm
Iyengar Yoga class
5:30pm-7:00pm
Dinner (buffet)

SUNDAY OCTOBER 11

SCHEDULE ACTIVITY
7:00-8:00
American breakfast
8:30am- 11:30 am
Iyengar Yoga class
11:30am-12:00
Closure

packages

special price until March 23, 2020

From $15,850 MX
Card payment through Paypal
All inclusive!
  • Lodging
  • Lessons
  • Foods

REGULAR PRICE $17,770 MX

VENUE: Mission San Gil Hotel, San Juan del Río, Querétaro.

The Mision San Gil Hotel is an estate from the colonial era that has all the comforts of a hotel. It is in a very nice isolated area with airs of town square. The hotel also has a pool, restaurant, massage rooms, sports areas and bonfire area.

Queretaro State

The meaning of the name “Querétaro” has two versions, one Purépecha that means “place of rocks” and the other Otomi that means “ball game”. Tradition mentions July 25, 1531 as the date of the foundation of Querétaro.

Located in the heart of Mexico, just two hours from the capital of the country, the state of Querétaro is a mosaic of contrasting natural beauty, archaeological remains, architectural wealth and vast culture; with warm and friendly inhabitants that make it one of the most representative states of our country.

Handicrafts
• Opal size • Making jewelry • “Capelos” in wood, quarry and marble • Wicker and rattan • Yarns and fabrics

Traditional food
Querétaro has a culinary richness full of typical dishes such as: nopales in penca, queretano rice, revoltillo, tapas goat, arriero toasted and the gorditas of broken corn

Tourist places

-Temple and convent of the cross
-Ex convent of San Francisco today regional museum
-Ex convent of San Agustín today Federal Palace
-The aqueduct
-Temple of Santa Clara
-Cathedral
-Government palace
-Main Square
– Marquise House
-Theatre of the Republic