Become a Fully Accredited Yoga Teacher!
Our Bali Yoga Teacher Trainings offer a transformative experience that goes beyond traditional certification programs. In addition to learning to teach yoga, you will have the opportunity to explore rituals, ceremonies, crystal work, essential oils, meditation journeys, Ayurvedic herbs, and more. Our program empowers you to break free from unconscious limitations and unlock your infinite potential, elevating your consciousness to new heights. Many students have experienced profound healing, release of past traumas, and a deep cleansing of the soul through our training. Join us in Bali and transform your body, mind, and spirit.21 Day Training Includes Tuition, Lodging and Meals
200 HOUR Yoga Teacher Training Dates:
September 3-26 2023 - 24 Day Training
January 8-31 2024 - 24 Day Training
What is Yoga-An Exploration Of It's Ancient Roots
Yoga Sutras Of Patanjali-Exploring The 8 Limbs of Yoga
Pranayama-Breath Is Life
Nourishing Your Yoga Practice
Prana Nadis & Subtle Energy-Exploring The Energy Body
Koshas-The Five Sheaths/Five Layers Of Consciousness
Bandas-Benefits & Uses
The Chakra System-The Wheels Of Life
Meditation-Techniques Styles, & Cultivating A Home Practice
Mantras-What Are They & How To Use Them To Invoke Magic
Mudras-What Are They & Adding Intention To Your Practice
Doshas - What Is Your Dosha, What Does It Mean, How To Implement
Journey Through the Chakras
Yoga Mythology & Archetypes-Adding Richness Of Story To Your Practice
Yogic Diet & Lifestyle
Manifestation & The Art Of Abundance
Crystals & Essential Oils-Benefits/Uses On And Off The Mat
Energetic Alignment For Yoga Asana
Trauma-Healing Yourself & Guiding Others On And Off The Mat
Anatomy 1, 2, 3, Business of Yoga
Hands On Adjustments
Basic Arc & Structure of a Yoga Class
Asana Labs During Training
Arrival is day one of your 24 day training, Departure is final day of you 24 full days of training. Graduation is evening on day 23. You will be finished and free to go anytime on day 24.
Ngurah Rai International Airport is a 2-hour drive away.
Megan your lead facilitator lives in Bali and will help arrange drivers for airport pick-up that she knows and trusts once you book.
We recommend that you exchange money at the airport. Keep in mind the highest denomination Indonesian bill is equivalent to just $7.50, so if you change large amounts of USD, you'll be carrying a large stack of Indonesian rupiah!
If you plan to stay longer than 30 days to explore the island before or after the training, you must find the Visa On Arrival (VOA) counter at the airport before proceeding through immigration, and pay the 500k rupiah ($35 USD) fee for an extendable 30-day visa (called a VOA). The VOA is extendable for up to an additional 30 days (for 60 days total). We can help you arrange the extension, which will cost another 900k idr ($65 USD) and require a trip to the immigration office on one of the days off.
If, however, you're coming just for the training and plan to be in Bali for 30 days or fewer, you are considered a "visa-exempt" tourist, and upon arrival at the airport, you can proceed directly to the immigration counter without paying. You're free to stay in Indonesia for 30 days. (If you accidentally overstay the 30 days, a 1 million idr ($71 USD) per day penalty will be charged at departure.)
We start our retreat in Sideman, considered the holiest village in Bali. In the valley of the sacred volcano, Mt. Agung, our venue, Subak Tabola Villa, features endless rice field views, sprawling to the sea. About an hour away in all directions from the main tourist areas, this is the "real Bali." Our venue host, Ibu Ati, is a Balinese priestess, who welcomes us with open arms to her temples to participate in Balinese ceremonies.
Subak Tabola in Sideman is surrounded by nature, massive sprawling gardens and lotus ponds. The views of the rice-field terraced valley of Sidemen are breathtaking from every part of the expansive property. The villa features Balinese-style rooms with private terraces overlooking the mountains, beautiful outdoor pool and sun terrace. There are also two yoga shalas, an outdoor one with a Ganesha statue and an indoor air conditioned one. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in all areas.
Pondok Pitaya, our home in Balian, is a gorgeous sprawling garden property set directly on the Indian Ocean. Our wooden yoga shala is wedged between the Balian River and the sea, with stunning water views on 3 sides. Even our private dining area looks directly out over the sea.
Like all of Bali's south coast, the dark volcanic sand here glitters in the sun, and the turquoise water of Balian is a secret paradise for surfers.
Like stepping back in time to our ancestral roots, we’ll stay in traditional wooden houses--less luxurious than the rooms in Sidemen, but with all the comforts you need (air conditioning, hot water showers, and comfy beds!) With a swimming pool (and stunning ocean just steps away), you'll have plenty of time to enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. From this coast, we're blessed with vibrant sunsets every night over the water.
6:00-7:30am Daily Morning Yoga Practice, Hatha/Vinyasa Infused with Pranayama, Mudra, Mantra or Seed Sounds, Essential Oil, Specific Chakra Balancing
7:30-8:00am BREAKFAST BREAK
8:00-9:00 Homework Review, Chakra Review, 8 Limbs discussion-
9:00-11:00 Workshops Asana Lab
11:00-1:00 Practice Teach/ Pranayama Practice
2:00-2:30 Chakra Infused Meditation, Guided Pranayama and Shavasana
6:00-6:30pm SNACK BREAK
6:30-8:00pm Evening Asana Closing Circle, Satsang, or Event
* Homework is nightly consisting short writing assignments that compliment your studies, readings, and working on class sequencing based on that day's asana learning. we send you these short exercises as soon as you enroll so you can complete prior to training if you wish.
Yoga Manual Provided
Please purchase the book- "The Heart of Yoga" by TKV Desikachar.
You do not need to bring this book to the training, as the information in our manual (which you'll receive in hard copy) is derived from it, but it will serve as your lifelong yoga study companion. Before arriving at the course, Please read Part III of the The Heart of Yoga,"The Yoga Sutra of Patanjali" with translation and commentary by TKV Desikachar.
Heart Of Yoga by TKV Desikachar
Notebook with lined paper, 2 is recommended
Journal for writing and collecting quotes and things
Writing instruments (pens/pencils)
Large water bottle or two filled with water
Natural Sunscreen -with no chemicals, it isn't healthy and destroys our oceans and reefs
Bug Spray - all natural only
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