|For Spanish Clubs, Biology Classes, Sports Teams, Fraternities, Women's Clubs… Virtually any group with a taste for adventure…|
Exercise your spirit of adventure, escape the confines of the traditional classroom and deliver for your students the learning experience of a lifetime.
Join us for a course which combines culture, natural history, language, bio-diversity, and fun. Make the rainforests of Ecuador your classroom and watch as your lesson plans come to life!
Courses can be tailored by length, activities, and learning objectives. Courses are very affordable and with minimal participation (eight students), the teacher/group coordinator participates free of charge.
Potential emphasis areas include: Spanish,Yoga (four forms), natural history, leadership development focus among many others. These cross curricular courses weave together skills taught in the traditional classroom with hiking and studying the rainforests with indigenous guides, rainforest tree-climbing, ashram stays, conservation and service projects, medicinal hikes with traditional healers, beach activities, cliff climbing, lectures on special subjects( see our list of courses and locations) , and more!
The Mystic Andean InBound School of Yoga exists to enhance the cross-curricular experience that students receive in the classroom. We give students first hand experience with South America's natural and cultural history and the Spanish language. Further, we complement the efforts of other educators by working with the help of the tradition of Yoga to develop the personal integrity of youth by teaching five primary principals: leadership, self-reliance, compassion, service and conservation.
Educators often ask that their students step outside their envelope. Here is your chance to lead the way.
|"Our experience with The Inbound School of Yoga was fantastic. We learned so much from our Instructors and felt so very lucky to have them as our leaders. Thank you for providing an experience we will never forget." |
-Patricia Kule, Languages Department Chair, Fountain Valley High School.