AUG 26-SEP 1, 2018

During this 7 day training in Victoria, BC we will learn homework exercises designed to deepen yoga postures. Because the Canadian National Yoga Competition will be held in Victoria on September 15th, additional focus will be given to the practice of competition routines, including coaching for effective ways to train as a yoga athlete. Although additional focus will be given to competition training, this is not a competitor only training, and therefore you do not need to have any prior competition experience, or an intention to compete.


August 26-September 1, 2018


Found City Yoga
1620 Garnet Rd #100, Victoria, BC V8P 3C8, Canada

What’s included

  • 7 days of Jedi training with Esak Garcia, including Jedi homework, 26&2 classes, e84 Intermediate classes, and the 84 class, known as the “advanced class”
  • 1 day posture technique workshop to refine hot yoga fundamentals
  • 50 hour Original Hot Yoga Association continuing education certificate for teachers
  • Daily green juice and superfood meal service (made to order, pay as you go)


No accommodation is provided, however there are many AirBnB options, hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area. We will provide housing assistance upon request, like pairing you with roommates, or finding a local student to billet with.


Sliding Scale ~ at the end of this training, participants will be asked to pay the amount that they determine the training is worth.

What’s not included

  • Flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transportation
  • Food

Travel Information

If you are flying, please arrive at Victoria International Airport (YYJ). The training will begin early in the morning on Sunday, August 26 and finish late in the evening on Saturday, September 1. If flying, please arrive on August 25 and depart on September 2.

Additional Information

Although there’s no minimum level of ability that’s required, in order to fully participate, you should be ready to practice 2 hot classes per day, plus additional training hours. In other words, you will be expected to arrive with a good level of fitness, but it doesn’t matter what you’re able to do in terms of postures. What matters most is that spending your days doing yoga and training is fun and exciting to you, and that you’re up for the challenge. Your willingness to participate, and to take a step forward from wherever you are now, is much more important than your current ability.


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