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curso instructor de yoga


Discover our Yoga Instructor Course in its different modalities, as well as other additional training.


So that you continue to evolve, regardless of where you are now.


Yoga instructor
200 hours AYA

In this training you will immerse yourself in the classical and dynamic styles of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga. It is designed to give you an enriching and complete experience to become a highly skilled and confident Yoga instructor.

We will show you the most advanced and creative forms of assistance, contemporary alignment supports, biomechanics as the principle of movement and respect for Himalayan traditions.

In October 2023, we start with the next edition of our Yoga teacher training, 200h! Registrations open!


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yoga instructor course 200 hours

Yoga instructor
500 hours AYA

Choose to evolve: the time has come to share your knowledge, delve into a discipline that is 35 centuries old and specialize in its art and methods. Join the new training call for Lemon Yoga and Institute of Yoga Studies 500hrs AYA, international accreditation.

In this certification we offer specialized seminars that are titled simultaneously to the study plan to specialize in the different lineages that we will find in this path of well-being.


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(level i)


A 60-hour Yin Yoga training recognized by the Yoga Alliance at Lemon Yoga in March 2023.

This training course will take you to delve into the theoretical foundations of Yin yoga. You'll also get a number of practical resources so you can safely and beneficially teach or practice on your own.


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Aerial yoga Course instructor training
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Aerial Yoga training certified by the Yoga Alliance.

A course oriented to know the basics of aerial yoga and learn how to build a complete and coherent aerial yoga class.

Taught by: Fatima Martínez Ponce, Yoga Alliance certified teacher and specialist in several areas, ERYT 500 YACEP in aerial yoga. Fatima is one of the directors of the Lemon Yoga center where she regularly teaches aerial yoga classes.


Meet the collaborators
On our team
teacher training

Specialists from various fields participate in our teacher training courses: doctors, anatomists, nurses (for prevention), physiotherapists, professional coaches, among others.

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Fatima Martinez

Air Yoga Expert  and Meditation

Fátima Martínez is one of the founders of the Lemon Yoga center in Seville. She graduated in law and studied Arabic Islamic studies. She has great passionate about life in general and the path of improvement that Yoga has offered her for almost 20 years. Her passion for oriental cultures led her to delve into Yoga and its history and philosophy. She has specialized in yoga for children, meditation, mindfulness for children (Eline Snel method), Hatha yoga, Vinyasa and Aerial Yoga.

She is a Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor (E-RYT 500) and YACEP Aerial Yoga Trainer. Currently, Fátima develops specific aerial yoga training and collaborates in the training of the Lemon school on different topics.

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Roberto Flores


Director, Professional Coach and expert in Vinyasa

Roberto Flores is the Director of Lemon School. He is a Certified Yoga Alliance Trainer (E-RYT500), and a YACEP Trainer in Vinyasa Yoga. He is also a personal and sports coach and an expert in leadership.

Hatha Yoga and meditation practitioner for more than 20 years, he decided to delve into Yoga at a key moment in his life and it is, at that time, that he completed a teacher training, later collaborating in Vinyasa Flow training for 5 years in a renowned American yoga based school. He completed Expert training with the Institute of Yoga Studies, studying psychophysical techniques of yoga, connecting again with the Hatha yoga style and focusing on biomechanics and yogasana theories. He studied Vinyasa in all its variants, taking the master T. Krisnamacharia as a cornerstone. He studied conscious breathing techniques and delved into the science of pranayama by giving specific workshops in this discipline. He teaches Vinyasa Flow, Slow Vinyasa, Power Yoga and Hatha Yoga classes. His practice is based on the intelligent activation of the body and conscious movement using the breath as the true engine.


Jacqueline Lozano

Coordinator and expert in Biomechanics

Jacqueline Lozano is the Training Coordinator of the Lemon school and certified Yoga Alliance trainer (E-RYT500). She studied journalism in Nicaragua and decided to travel to see the world until she landed in Spain. Jacqueline has been a Hatha yoga teacher for 9 years. Her trajectory began when she was young since she noticed the importance of the body in physical and emotional health; She worked as a pedagogue for 5 years in several Latin American countries with the Institute of Yoga Studies, specializing in anatomy and biomechanics. 

For her, the development of awareness in body hygiene on a day-to-day basis is essential and this is transmitted in each class she teaches. Jacqueline is capable of taking the participant to their maximum physical expression, making them find their own sense of yoga. A practitioner of Hatha, Rocket and Ashtanga yoga, she is a great lover of this discipline and a student of the Yoga Sutras of PatanJali. She cares about learning as she goes and not losing the reason for the practice. 


Corrie O'Sullivan

Vinyasa Flow Expert

Corrie O'Sullivan began her fascination with movement at the age of 8, starting out in Taekwondo. She would spend the next 10 years practicing this form of martial arts, earning her black belt, and beginning to teach classes alongside her Sabonim. The body awareness and mental strength generated by this discipline led her to explore other physical expressions and to work in the gym and outdoor sports fields for a long time.


It is of little surprise that before her second decade of life, she discovered yoga. She began training in Vinyasa Yoga between Arizona and California, completing YACEP hours in Advanced Vinyasa Sequencing and was fortunate to expand her knowledge in several different countries and cultures, since, along with her passion for the body, Corrie loves traveling and living among new cultures. At the moment, she is a Yoga Alliance certified yoga instructor (E-RYT 500) at her yoga center in Seville, Lemon Yoga.


Victor M. Flores

Orientalist and Yogic Writer

Founder of the Institute of Yoga Studies, also known as Senge Dorje. After quitting his job as a marketing director for a multinational, he decided to dedicate his life to spreading yoga.

He has been trained in different lines of Hatha, Kriya, Kalpa Siddhi and Tantra yoga. After eight years of teacher certification in different communities in Spain, he moved to Central America with the intention of continuing to disseminate this discipline, living between both waters, dizzy from the birdsong and stunned by the purity of the smells. His 
passion is travel, poetry and cooking.

Author of 12 books on yoga, spirituality and rehabilitation.


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Alexandra Leal


Expert in Yoga Sutras

Alexandra Leal had her first contact with yoga more than 25 years ago, but it was not until 2017 that she began as a yoga teacher. Since then she has studied with her teacher Sir Srivatsa Ramaswami who was the longest student of the father of modern yoga, Sri T. Krisnamacharya.

He completed his training in Yoga Vinyasa Krama, with his teacher Srivatsa Ramaswami, first in Dublin, doing an intensive in Yoga Vinyasa Krama, and later, doing the 100h Advanced Yoga Vinyasa Krama Teacher Training with him, in Chennai-India, place in the one where the great Yoga teacher Sri T Krishnamacharya lived and died and where Alexandra continues to go to be trained in the philosophy of Yoga through classical texts, in addition to enjoying and learning about the roots of the country where yoga was born.

Since then she continues to study with her teacher Srivatsa Ramaswami, both the most important texts of Yoga such as Yoga Yajñavalkya, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Yoga Rahasya and the Vinyasa Krama system taught by Sri T. Krishnamacharya.

Alexandra also studies with other teachers under the Krishnamacharya lineage such as Steve Brandon, Leslie Kaminoff and Mark Whitwell. In 2020 she began her studies with Saraswathi Vasudevan, a student of Sri TKV Desikachar for over 17 years and a yoga teacher, consultant, trainer and therapist at Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai.


Dr. Rafael Periañez


Dr. Rafael Periáñez is a graduate and doctor of medicine from the US, specialist in Surgery
Orthopedics and Traumatology, dedicated to back pain and spinal surgery, especially

oriented to minimally invasive and endoscopic surgery. He is currently Head of Service for
Traumatology at the Virgen Macarena Hospital in Seville. He received his master's degree in hospital management from UAB.

Dr. Periañez, in his interest in helping patients with back pain, has completed a master in acupuncture and TCM, as well as yoga teacher training 200 hours from Yoga Alliance, trying to practice holistic and integrative medicine.

The practice of yoga for Doctor Periáñez has been common for 10 years, although he was always present hand in hand with his mother, Conchi, who was a certified yogini and worked as a teacher in his hometown.

Rafael will transfer to us his passion for medicine and his love for this wonderful discipline of yoga. He will talk about muscle chains, kinetic chains, fascias, bioenergy; will deal with the main problems of our body, back, knees, muscles and emotions, among other topics of interest.


Fatima Cofino


Expert in Yoga History and Philosophy

Fátima Cofiño loves history and has specialized in the origins, philosophy of yoga and its applications to professional and amateur sports life.

It has been over 24 years since she received her first yoga class. And she didn't like it. But she decided to give this discipline another chance later on, which reminded her of her years of rhythmic gymnastics, compensated for her excesses as a runner, allowed her to "dance" and especially led her to what was important in her hectic work rhythm.

After a 2-year personal and professional experience in the Caribbean (where she learned about other yoga approaches and teaching styles); She decided to go deeper and study as a Vinyasa instructor in Spain, without ever thinking about teaching classes. Although, after accepting a substitution, she realized that if practicing made her happy, sharing the practice and helping the development of other practitioners made her even happier.


Later she expanded her training with higher studies at the Yoga Studies Institute, in various specific courses at the UNED of the Balearic Islands and with workshops with teachers from different disciplines. Today she is a certified Yoga Alliance teacher (E-RYT 500).

She combines classes with her "other" professional life; which is also linked to her passion for people, the planet and conscious living.

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