Calling all yoga teachers! Do you want to take a fabulous vacation at absolutely no cost?
That’s what we figured… Check out all of these amazing opportunities this spring and summer to teach yoga at the brand new and absolutely gorgeous Club Med Sandpiper Bay through Bella Luna Yoga!
This newly renovated resort is located in sunny Southeastern Florida, and offers activities for all ages, including sailing, circus, tennis, golf, fitness, entertainment, and much, much more! Instructors are responsible for teaching two yoga classes daily, excluding day of arrival and departure. $300 booking fee covers all-inclusive stay for you and one guest. Up to two children under 16 may join in the same room for $75/day per child. Free transport to and from Palm Beach International airport for you and your guest, provided you arrive and depart on the same schedule. For more information, please email [email protected], or visit www.bellalunayoga.com to fill out an online application.
April 24 – May 1
May 29 – June 5
June 26 – July 3
July 31 – August 7
About Bella Luna Yoga
Our goal is to make vacations accessible and affordable for yoga instructors while providing luxury resorts with the gift of yoga. As a member of our team of elite instructors, you will have your choice of affordable luxury vacations through our network of affiliated resorts and spas. In exchange for your commitment to teach two yoga classes each day, you and a guest enjoy all the amenities the resort has to offer!
Bella Luna Yoga provides working vacations for qualified yoga teachers at resorts around the world. In exchange for teaching 2 classes daily, you and a guest can enjoy a free week at one of our fabulous all-inclusive resorts. There is a $300 booking fee which covers accommodations, food, drinks, and activities for you and a guest. Teachers and guests are responsible for booking their own airfare or travel arrangements, but a free shuttle to/from the airport is included for you and your guest, provided that you arrive and depart on the same schedule. Weeks begin and end on Sundays, and you are not responsible for teaching on your days of arrival and departure.