Beyond the Pose Yoga Offers Options for All Stages of a Yoga Journey


Caroline San Juan Czubaj, owner of Beyond The Pose Yoga

We are constantly busy — clogged with notifications, cell phone screens alighting and minds racing. In a world of constant connectivity, we often neglect truly connecting with ourselves.

Caroline San Juan Czubaj, owner of Beyond the Pose Yoga, seeks to provide a reprieve and certain stillness through the practice of yoga. “Each of us has stillness within, a place of calm and peace.

But most of us don’t know how to get there,” said Caroline. “When we practice yoga and allow ourselves to spend time in stillness, every aspect of our life improves.

Physically, we become healthier, stronger and lengthened. We improve balance and increase vitality. Our mind and emotions become more centered and less reactionary. Practicing yoga gives us the tools to see life clearly rather than through a distorted lens.”

Caroline has always been concerned with matters of the mind and body. After earning a bachelor’s in exercise science and a master’s in
management, she directed two Florida hospital wellness centers. She has spread the message of healthy mind and body as a writer and lecturer, and ultimately as a certified yoga instructor (E-RYT 500) with over 4,700 teaching hours.

She returned to her native Panama City with her family in 2011, and began Beyond the Pose Yoga, which specializes in private sessions, beginner and advanced classes and 200- and 300-hour yoga training (Yoga Alliance accredited). She has since taught hundreds of students in the area, some traveling from out of state and other parts of Florida to study with her.

As one of the most experienced yoga experts in the area, her goal is to strengthen and deepen the yoga community by offering classes and training that provide an in-depth examination of yoga and guide students to grow their own practice.

She also provides the opportunity for some students to study to become certified instructors. “My students continuously say the classes and programs I
teach are transforming,” said Caroline.

“Yet it’s not me that transforms them. What they’re seeking is already within. It’s the practice of yoga that nurtures their ability to draw it out and transform themselves. My role is to guide them along their yoga journey and help them embrace their bodies as more than physical. I am tremendously grateful for the honor of teaching my students.”


Want to learn more about Beyond the Pose Yoga?

Whether you’re a beginner searching for private sessions or group classes or you desire to expand your full yoga potential through a 200-hour training program, Beyond the Pose Yoga can meet your needs. The 200-hour Yoga Training is currently accepting applications for the program beginning in September 2018.


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