Yoga Instructor at Boutique Wellness Retreat

  • Instructor
  • Granada, Granada Department, Nicaragua
  • Posted 10 months ago
  • This position has been filled

Casa Lucia Boutique Hotel & Yoga

Yoga & Wellness

Date: April 1 – May 1, 2017
Please do not send applications via this website. Only applications sent by email will be considered –

Type of Instructor Wanted: Hatha/Vinyasa Flow, Restorative Yoga Experience a Plus

Position: Paid Job with Accommodation Provided (private bathroom, ceiling fan)

Meals: 1 Meal Provided 6 Days a week

Location: Granada, Nicaragua – heart of the city in a small 5 room boutique hotel and wellness retreat

Schedule: 6 Morning Yoga Classes Weekly, 1 hour 15min (1 day off determined by hotel management, changing day) 3 evening classes (relaxing) depending on guest demand. Classes are normally private but will be open to the community for this month by sign-up.

Come and explore Granada Nicaragua while basing yourself as the resident instructor at our beautiful yoga and wellness retreat. You will receive accommodation, 6 breakfasts weekly, fair pay, and private room in staff accommodation. This is a paid position ideal for a yoga teacher interested in exploring Central America and Spanish/Central American culture. Our classes are taught in a beginner – intermediate style, and you will be expected to teach for all levels. There is free time to enjoy during the day, learning Spanish or exploring the area.

Meals – we do not have a restaurant in the hotel: lunch and dinner are your own responsibility. These can be purchased from cafes and a gym nearby selling vegetarian meals for a reasonable price.

Instructor Qualities: We look for a friendly and reliable instructor with good manners as you will be conducting guest yoga classes. You are expected to set up the yoga class and create a quiet and peaceful environment.

To apply please send your CV, 2 professional references, a passport scan to

A note about Nicaragua:

Granada is a hot and developing city located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua. This position is not suitable for someone who does not adjust to high levels of heat. The climate in Nicaragua is hot and tropical. You will be based at a city location and expected to be able to adjust to heat, noise and the pace of life in a developing country. We do not use air conditioning in staff accommodation.

Bugs: these are all around all the time including mosquitos. This can vary on the time of the year. We recommend a good bug spray and long light clothing.