Hari Om Yoga School

Hari-Om Yoga School offers YA certified yoga teacher trainings, both in Italy and in Costa Rica, and organizes several yoga workshops and retreats.

  • Sezzadio, Italy

Speaks English

from US$439
from US$439
Price for:

4 days / 3 nights

Limited availability
from US$805
Price for:

7 days / 6 nights

Speaks English

from US$544
from US$544
Price for:

4 days / 3 nights

Limited availability
2 people currently interested

Speaks English

from US$805
from US$805
Price for:

7 days / 6 nights

Marco Mandrino

Marco is the founder and director of Hari Om Yoga School. His official profession is being a farmer, but he is the author of books, articles, and more. He is an enthusiastic practitioner of Muay Thai and combat sports in general. He also nourishes a deep love for music. Marco has been teaching yoga for around twenty years, dealing almost exclusively with teacher training and retreats. His idea, which the school reflects, is to integrate diverse techniques from various disciplines and arts in order to live simply, in harmony with the present moment, and to the best of one’s potential.

Riccardo Imperiale

Riccardo has been interested in martial arts since he was a child. Despite his passion, he could not learn a martial art until he was 17, when finally, fascinated by its simplicity and its effectiveness, he began his career in Muay Thai. His career on competitive level starts quite early and after the first year, his trainer asked him to teach children and then beginner adults. In the middle of his second year training, he also got involved with yoga and after several changes, he decided to stop competing and teach Muay Thai at Hari Om Yoga School.

Emanuela Boriotti

Emanuela Boriotti is an Ayurvedic therapist specialized in sound massage. She is also an expert in nutrition. Emanuela practices many different sports that range from functional training to Muay Thai practice and surfing. She has practiced yoga for many years and she is tireless in mountain trekking. She brings an incredible passion in everything she does.

Alberto Codognotto

Alberto started practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu in 2004 with his friends Andrea Gatti and Davide Lombardi, back then blue and purple belts, under the guidance of Master Ari Galo (Carlson Gracie Team). In May 2006, he was promoted to blue belt. In June 2009, he got the purple belt and in June 2013, he received the black belt by the Master Alexandre Vasconcelos Batatinha. To date, he continues teaching Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu always trying to keep up to date, organizing internships and camps.

Veronica Tamburella

Veronica is a certified yoga teacher. She has practiced Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga and she has been recognized by Master Manju Patthabi Jois to teach the first series. She integrates her journey of discovery of the synergies between body, mind, and spirit with different techniques and practices ranging from shamanic to bioenergetic pathways. She is also a Theta healing and Thai yoga massage Chelosiak style practitioner with the Sawaddee International School of Thai Yoga.

Testimonials

  • Review by Beatrice
    10 out of 10

    "I made it through this time... I am going to attend Yoga teacher training, taught by a pusher named Marco, who claims to be a farmer. I was convinced to practice “just Yoga", but I found myself playing Muay Thai, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Functional Training, Running, Painting, contemplative silence, and to attend live concerts with music from overseas groups, dining under the stars with a good beer. I am back with: 1) a piece of paper that enables me to teach Yoga at an advanced level (!) which I do not believe in as I firmly believe that we are all beginners; 2) the knowledge that the body is able to do everything, while the mind has to be convinced; 3) teachers who, without any presumption, will pass on the message by example. Conclusion: between a jump rope, a bath, a right-left hook, you also "learn" Yoga. You learn and play, just as children do. A sort of "get away from all, detoxify and put order in your closet" My Thanks to all. Beatrice"

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  • Review by Mac
    10 out of 10

    "The Silent Warrior Camp is a unique experience. It is a trip where the yin is constantly accompanied by the yang. It is a both a personal journey - where you do your best and go beyond your possibilities - and one that proves we are all part of something bigger. The Silent Warrior Camp, is a special meditation where I “felt” others without using words of sights. I was “there” and they were “there”, too. "

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  • Review by Ines
    10 out of 10

    "As for the Silent Warrior Training, I was fascinated by it during the course of the 300 hours and from that trial lesson I found that my body needs that discipline, that job, that new part of my yogi path. The setting is ideal: the climate, the food, the teachers. So I convinced one of my classmates, and we will be both part of this new Hari-Om path. "

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  • Review by Aisling

    "For Hari-Om Teacher Training: exceptional teachers whose passion had no limits and have instilled their passion in me, thank you!(I love the asana practice so much and the content of classes)"

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  • Review by Niki

    "Love love love the location for YTT, the sounds of the jungle really add to the experience. Amazing instructors, great classes and knowledge. Thanks "

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  • Review by Brittany

    "This has been an amazing experience! I feel the program is very well organized and both of you (Jun and Max) are very knowledgeable and personable. Your passion for the art of Yoga is so very inspiring! One idea would be to have more group discussions incorporated in the lectures. The group lecture that we did on Mudras was so powerful! Thanks again for a life changing experience"

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  • Review by Arianna

    "An experience that teaches us that there are no poles but only endless possibilities. A young and dynamic school that makes the student independent and prepares them to find their own path. In short, an experience, at the end of which, you only think: thank you to all."

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  • Review by Dominique
    10 out of 10

    "I enjoyed Hari-Oms yoga teacher training. I liked how it taught many different philosophies, basics of different styles, the differences and similarities between them."

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  • Review by Calin N.
    10 out of 10

    "I was impressed by the vast experience, in depth knowledge of yoga, and teaching skills of the instructors. I liked the special approach to teaching by using an invigorating blend of hard work, attention to details, and recurrent episodes of fun jokes to make everything feel lighter, more human, and all to make students love yoga more than they used to. And for me it worked and I think that is the secret and the big science.I left the training feeling a better yogi, and aside from the insights received, the asanas technicalities, and many other details and knowledge required of a yoga teacher, with which surely I will still require continuous study, self work and effort to improve and consolidate.I left feeling more in touch with the inner realms, with myself, perhaps a better person, with a better will, more clearly defined personal priorities and certainly better equipped to live a more yoga type of life, to be able to take care of myself, body, soul, spirit and emotion. And why not, who knows, perhaps one day, in my turn, to also be able to help others start to love or get closer to yoga, get closer to themselves."

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  • Review by Angelica Scott

    "I have been trained in a three year apprenticeship, with hundreds of hours, still ongoing seminars every year, where meditation and union with the Divine is the goal. I found the training to be not only enjoyable and beneficial.I loved the fact that there was always the referral to meditation as the real thing, as well as provision of a good introduction to yoga philosophy. It was rich, interesting and stimulating. I feel renewed enthusiasm for my teaching and the desire to expand and grow, which I had lost."

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