Paraiso Yoga | We bring the class to you in Sayulita, Mexico.



Welcome to paradise! Discover the serene oasis of our Yoga School, nestled in beautiful Sayulita, a surf paradise along the Nayarit Riviera. Just a scenic 40-minute drive from Puerto Vallarta International Airport, our haven awaits, offering International Teacher Trainings, Yoga Immersions, private classes, and personalized retreats led by Mexico’s finest instructors.

At Paraiso Yoga School, we embrace yoga as more than just a physical practice but as a holistic way of life. Beyond its physical benefits, yoga offers a pathway to inner harmony, mental clarity, and spiritual awakening. Whether you’re stepping onto the mat for the first time or seeking to deepen your practice, you’ll find a sanctuary of peace and tranquility with us.

Indulge in the transformative journey of yoga at Paraiso Yoga School. Book your blissful yoga experience now!

Yoga Alliance Teacher Training (200hrTT)

Our Yoga Teacher training will empower each participant to connect with their authentic self and become a skilled and compassionate yoga teacher. Our teaching program will teach the ancient authentic teachings of yoga with an emphasis on Vinyasa sequencing

Yoga and Surf Packages

The best of both worlds! Get the best surf and yoga teachers in Mexico with our affordable yoga and surf discounts.

Sayulita’s Original Yoga Haven. Pioneering Teacher Training Since 2009.

YOGA IMMERSION 25 hs YACEP, Date to be confirm

This immersion is designed for those who are teaching and want to take their teaching to the next level, or to remember what they have learned.

  • Yoga philosophy
  • Pranayama
  • Meditation
  • Asanas
  • Body mechanics
  • Alignment
  • Adjustments
  • Teaching methodology
  • Class design

Friday and saturday 8 am to 6 pm with 1 hour lunch break Sunday 9am to 5 pm.

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Hatha Yoga

It acts progressively developing in those who practiced it the principles of Sthira and Sukha (strength and flexibility, consistency and convenience), achieving a healthy body as a whole. Through the practice of asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises) Hatha Yoga balances body, mind and emotions returning to its natural state of welfare.


This form of yoga is intensely physical and athletic. In America, “Ashtanga Yoga” most often refers to the system taught by Indian yoga master K. Pattabhi Jois and comprises a precise series of poses done in sequential order, linked together with the breath, using bandhas (locks), and concentrate on singular points using drishti (gaze) in asanas.

Yin Yoga

Much of the yoga that we practice in North America is a Yang in nature. It is active, creates heat in the body, and engages muscle strength. By contrast, Yin Yoga is slow and steady with a sense of calm and surrender. This is not to say it is easy. The yin areas of the body generally targeted in the practice are between the knees and navel, the lower body. Since poses are held for a long period of time (usually at least four minutes) to target deep ligaments and connective tissues , there are fewer poses that one can even attempt in one session, compared to the yang styles of yoga where one pose may be held for as little as five breaths. There are 3 main principles in Yin Yoga that we apply in the practice:

  • Come to Your Appropriate Edge
  • Be still and allow muscles to be soft
  • Hold each shape for a period of time

In Yin flow class we will start by unwinding the body with breath led movement and drift off into deep yin relaxation… we work on a subtle level to awaken the senses with aromatherapy and music. Beginner and advanced students are welcome!


Breath and movement are synchronized within and between asanas.

“Vinyasa” comes from the Sanksrit “nyasa” which means “to place” and the prefix “vi”, ” in a special way” – as in the arrangement of notes in a song, the steps along a path to the top of a mountain, or the linking of one asana to the next.

In the Yoga world, the most common understanding of “vinyasa” is as a flowing sequence of specific asanas coordinated with the movements of the breath. In Vinyasa Flow breath is given primacy – asanas form around the breath- and we move into the flow of awareness, internalization, concentration or action within and between asanas, soothing and harmonizing the mind.

Power Yoga

Power Yoga is about working hard sensitively. It's about feeling good, not just looking good. The tone and shapeliness you attain from this work is a by-product. The focus here is balance and healing, focusing on a deep Ujjai breath.