Unnata can enhance what you already know about yoga, challenge what you think you know about your practice (and teaching), and illuminate what you’re ready to discover about yourself.
Since 2005, Michelle has grown the Unnata organization into a worldwide community of teachers and practitioners, each on their own journey to become a better yogi, and a better human.
Michelle demystifies complex yogic concepts so you can understand and apply them in your daily life. And she trains Unnata teachers how to observe, how to listen, and how to guide students to move beyond their limits and arrive at their own “ah-ha” moments of clarity.
So whether you study directly with Michelle, or with another capable Unnata teacher, the Unnata method will help you become a more perceptive student, a more skillful teacher, and a more deeply fulfilled human.
Unnata is the Sanskrit word for elevated, meaning both spiritually and physically elevated. Unnata® is also the name of our organization, and we hold internationally registered trademarks to help distinguish our organization and teachers.
The Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training provides far more than a foundation to teach Aerial Yoga. It’s a deep immersion into a unique method of Yoga that uses the support of the hammock to explore, refine and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground.
Study with Michelle Dortignac in person at your studio or home, in private or semi-private classes, or via online video education.
Bring Michelle Dortignac to your studio or school for Master Classes, Workshops, or Short Courses. You can also host an Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training at your space.
Study with Michelle through streaming or online video lessons or workshops.
Over 800 yoga teachers from 54 countries and 40 states in the USA have completed the Unnata Aerial Yoga Teacher Training. Besides founder Michelle Dortignac in NYC, there are Unnata course leaders in Spain, Japan, Slovenia, Russia, as well as in Texas and South Carolina.
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