Unnata® Aerial Yoga Teacher Training

Program Dates: Saturday, October 27th – Sunday, November 4th, 2018

Language: The course will be held in English.

Course Days: Saturday–Friday, October & November from 9am – 6pm
(100% attendance required. Saturday 9:00 am start time. Schedule might vary slightly from day to day.)

Variable Testing Days: Saturday & Sunday, November 03-04, 2018
(Required attendance to be determined with priority given to long-distance travelers. If you have a scheduling conflict, please email mina@nostresscenter.com to inquire.)

Schedule: The Unnata® Aerial Yoga Teacher Training course provides a great deal of information in a relatively short amount of time. Course days span approximately 9 hours, including a lunch break. This is an advanced yoga course. All applicants must be already certified yoga instructors in order to be enrolled.

Learn more about the Unnata® Aerial Yoga method  Unnata…

Instructor: Mina Morrgan

Cost: 1,250 € total tuition; Tuition balance due October 25st, 2018.

Early-Bird Incentive: 1000 €: Pay in full by September 25th, 2018.

500 € deposit reserves your spot.

All tuition fees, application fees, course materials, and licensing fees are included in the above costs. (Meals and lodging not included.)

To Apply: Please complete the online application button below and email mina@nostresscenter.com your yoga certificate. Upon acceptance, you will receive an email from the course instructor with a link to submit your tuition deposit.


Budapest, Margit krt. 31-33, 1024 Hungary

The teacher training course will take place in a beautiful studio located in the heart of Buda, plenty of public transportation available right on the spot. We advise you to contact Mina for lodging suggestions.


We suggest looking for the accommodation on booking.com or airnb.com.  Below you can find links to accommodations that are all within walking distance from the studio. It can be helpful to search around Széll Kálmán tér, this is a big square close  to the studio (5 minutes walk), if you don’t want to use public transportation. Buda side is more expensive, so if you are looking for something budget friendly look at Pest side and close to tram lines number 4 or 6.

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