Intensives with Christina Sell
Intensives are an excellent way to deepen your practice, to hone your teaching skills and to renew your commitment to yourself and your growth. The following intensives will be held in Nathrop, Colorado at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort. Nestled at the base of the 14,000 foot mountain, Mt. Princeton, this resort provides ample opportunity for you to experience the healing power of nature, yoga and good company in one of the most beautiful settings imaginable.
Combined, the following intensives form the backbone of Christina Sell's 300-hour Advanced Teacher Training. Individually, these intensives provide seasoned students and teachers a way to continue their education in an inspiring, down-to-earth, and collegial environment. Practitioners from various yoga trainings and backgrounds will benefit from Christina's non-dogmatic, open-minded approach to learning, practice and teaching.
If you want to learn, grow and expand your understanding of yoga and yoga teaching, these offerings are for you.
- April 30-May 3, 2020- Asana Intensive
- June 25-28, 2020-- Mindfulness and Self Compassion Intensive with Christina Sell and Kelly Sell
- September 10-13, 2020--Asana Intensive
- October 15-18, 2020-- Asana Intensive
- November 12-15, 2020-- Asana with Christina and Luminous Soul Studies with Manorama
Mount Princeton Hot Springs
All intensives are held at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs in Nathrop, Colorado. Buena Vista is located about 15 minutes north of the resort. Salida is located approximately 25 minutes south. Both are friendly towns with various dining, shopping and other activities to enjoy. Denver International Airport is approximately three hours from Nathrop. Colorado Springs is about two hours away. For more travel information and driving directions, please click here.
Lodging is available at the Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort. We have a block of rooms reserved for each intensive. Please book your lodging 60 days prior to the intensive to insure that you will have onsite accommodations, as the room block is no longer reserved after that point. Room codes are listed for each intensive on the web page for said intensive.
Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort has a restaurant, a juice bar and a coffee bar as well as several natural springs for soaking and a spa with a full set of offerings.