Prana Yoga Teacher College is lovingly run by Shakti Mhi and Pepe Danza.
Together with their highly skilled staff and teachers, Prana College has trained hundreds of yoga leaders around the globe.
The teaching is transformational, experiential and deeply profound. The trainings are far more than just learning about the postures – which is why it is open to people with a variety of yoga experiences.
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Shakti and Pepe run and manage Prana Yoga College and have manifested a beautiful sanctuary in Tel Aviv called “The Center for Blissful Living,” a home for the College students and teachers.
Shakti Mhi has taught yoga and managed yoga centers in different countries for three decades. She has been dividing her time between teaching yoga classes and training teachers. Eventually, Shakti decided to completely devote her time to spreading the spiritual teaching of yoga so this ancient path would continue, and not disappear amidst the trends of westernized yoga. (read Shakti’s full bio here)
Pepe Danza, for more than three decades, has been a tireless musical and spiritual seeker, having studied, taught, and performed in just about every continent on this planet. From Buddhist studies in India and Nepal to Sufi Whirling and Native Shamanic Practices, his experience encompasses many cultures and traditions. Out of these he has distilled a unique personal practice and teaching style that embraces Sound, Asana practice, and various forms of Meditation, spiced with a deeply cultivated and well earned sense of humor and playfulness. (read Pepe’s full bio here)
Shakti and Pepe deliver their teaching with a very harmonized Shiva/Shakti energy. Their male/female flow brings balance and diversity to their students’ experience.
Together they continue to support many of their graduates, students and other yogis who meet obstacles on their own spiritual path. They created an online forum designed for this purpose – helping to dispel doubts, confusion, and to provide inspiration for yogis all over the world.