500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

Started on June 21, 2024

Bali Yoga School offers affordable Multi-style Ashtanga/ Hatha/ Vinyasa flow based 500 hour yoga teacher training in Bali. This intensive yoga course is designed to be practiced by beginner, intermediate and advanced level yoga students. The training is challenging which equip the yoga teachers with both physical and theoretical knowledge of yoga. 

The top yoga school has a wonderful place where you learn to establish both as student and teacher of yoga physically and mentally. Yoga School in Bali helps you to achieve excellence in the field of yoga and allow you discover new aspects to learn, teach and embrace yoga. The 500 hour yoga teacher training in Bali yoga school is structured to fulfill all advance learning and practice of yoga. Our yoga instructors will teach the teaching practical methodology for physical postures (Asana), breath control (pranayama),  meditation, Yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, yoga therapy, mantras. 

500 hour yoga teacher training is for those who want to become a highly skilled yoga teacher; improve their physical, mental and spiritual well-being and want to improve their personal yoga practice techniques. During this training program, we also emphasize on the personal growth to become a good person. We offer a safe and supportive learning environment where you can practice yoga and learn theoretical and interactive teaching methodologies. After completion of 500 hour yoga teacher training, the yoga students will be awarded a Yoga Alliance certification.

Are you looking to join the advanced yoga teacher training course to become a skilled teacher? If yes, then register with Bali Yoga School for 500 hour yoga teacher training in Bali.

Course certification-
Our all courses are yoga alliance USA certified that enables everyone to teach anywhere around the world as a certified yoga teacher. 

Dress code for opening and graduation ceremony-
Keep 1 or 2 pairs of white clothes for the opening and graduation ceremony of the course.

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500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Bali Course Syllabus - 1st Month

Ashtanga Primary Series

Ashtanga Yoga Postures

Ashtanga yoga primary series sequence made by K. pattabhi jois, In 200 hours yoga TTC we teach our students basics of Ashtanga yoga and we guide them through the completely Ashtanga yoga series in a systematically way according to the ashtanga yoga tradition which includes-

Sun salutation A
Sun salutation B
Standing sequence postures
Seated sequence postures
Finishing sequence postures
Mysore style/ use of yoga propas/ Teaching practice 

On 1st week- introduction to Ashtanga yoga followed by Sun salutation A & B.
On 2nd week – Standing sequence postures & use of yoga props.
On 3rd week – Seated sequence postures & Finishing sequence postures.
On 4th week – Mysore style & Teaching practice.

Hatha Yoga Vinyasa Flow

Hatha Yoga/ Vinyasa Flow (Asanas) 1 st to 3rd week

Philosophy of Hatha Yoga
Ancient Scriptures of Hatha
Yoga Aim and Objectives of Hatha Yoga
Pavan Muktasana series 1
Pavanamuktasana series – 2
Pavanamuktasana series – 3
Centering postures series
Surya Namaskara
Chandra Namaskara
Padmasana Group of Asanas
Backward Bending Asanas
Forward Bending Asanas
Spinal Twisting Asanas
Inverted Asanas
Balancing Asanas

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Meditation Practices

What is Meditation and what it is not
History of Meditation
Om Meditation
Shiva Mantra Meditation (Om Namah Shivaya)
Breath Awareness (Anapana)
Chakra meditation.
Sound Healing Meditation
Yoga Nidra
Nada Brahma Meditation
Dynamic Moving Meditation (Osho)
Kirtan Spiritual Dancing Meditation
Tratak Meditation
Body Awareness Meditation
Vipassana Meditation
Self Surrender Meditation
laughing meditation
Walking Meditation

Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)

What is Yoga & Its history ?

Eight Limbs of Yoga

YAMA – Restraints, moral disciplines or moral vows.
NIYAMA – Positive duties or observances.
ASANA – Posture.
PRANAYAMA – Breathing Techniques.
PRATYAHARA – Sense withdrawal.
DHARANA – Focused Concentration.
DHYANA – Meditative Absorption.
SAMADHI – Bliss or Enlightenment.

Understanding all 4 paths of yoga-
Karma Yoga
Bhakti Yoga
Gyan Yoga
Dhyana Yoga
Teaching of The Buddha
(Trigunas) Sattva, Rajas & Tamas
What is Bhagavad Geeta & Upanishad
An Overview on Patanjali Yoga Sutras all chapters
What is Kundalini Yoga
What are the Pancha-Kosha In yoga
what are the chakras in yoga
The Nadi in Yoga
Three kinds of pain or Three-fold misery
Teaching of Ramana Maharshi (Who am I)

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Pranayama (Breathing Practices)

What is pranayama & It’s Benefits
3 Best Postures For Pranayama 
( Quarter Lotus/ Half Lotus/ Full Lotus)
Clavicular Pranayama 
Thoracic Pranayama 
Diaphragmatic Pranayama 
Yogic Pranayama 
Nadisodhanam Pranayama
Bhastrika Pranayama 
Kapalbhati Pranayama 
Bhramari Pranayama 
Ujjayi Pranayama 
Sitali Pranayama
Sitkari Pranayama
Ashta Kumbhaka
Anulom Vilom
Surya Bhedi,
Chandra Bhedi,
Sheetkari
Antar and Bahir Kumbakh
Pranava Pranayama

anatomy course

Alignment & Adjustment – In this class we will go through each asana or posture alignment & adjustment teaching

What is alignment and why it is important
Standing Postures
seated Postures
backward extension Postures
forward extension Postures
twisting Postures
inverted postures
How to perform the posture
Correct Alignment
Common mistakes and Precautions
Contraindication

Benefits :
Modifications
Verbal adjustments
Hands on adjustments
What is the sense of yoga adjustment
What is the level of yoga adjustment
Why adjustment is needed in yoga asana
Role of adjustments in yoga asana class
How to adjust others during the class
Pre required methods of adjustment
Uses of different tools and props to achieve a peak of the posture

Yoga Anatomy & Physiology

Introduction to Body and Its Structure
Body Planes
Bones of the Skull
Cervical Vertebrae
Shoulder Girdle/ Arm Bones/ Pelvic Region
Food & Digestive System
Deformities of the Spine
Lower Extremity
Tendons and Ligaments
Kati Basti or lower back pain treatment Practice
Lifestyle According to the Ayurveda
Muscular System
Nervous System
Respiratory System
Human Cells, Types of Tissues, Organs
Important names of human skeleton system
Angular movements of human body
Directional terms of anatomy

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Mudras (Yoga Gestures)

Jnana mudra
Chin mudra
Bhairava mudra
Nasikagra

Yoga Bandhas (Energy Lock)

Preparation
Uddiyana
Jalandhar
Mula & Maha Bandha

Yoga Cleansing (Shatkarma)

Rubber-neti
Jalaneti
kunjal kriya
shankh prakshalan kriya

Sitting postures for pranayama sadhana

Easy pose
Half-lotus
Swastikasana
siddha yoni asana

teaching practice

Teaching Practice & Methodology

Demonstration
Instructions
Alignment
Adjustment

Evaluation are based on

Written Test
Asana Practical Test
Attendance
Performance
Behaviour

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500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Bali Course Syllabus - 2nd Month

Hatha Yoga Vinyasa Flow

Mastering Hatha / Vinyasa Flow

1st Week

Introduction of Hatha & Vinyasa flow
Pawanmuktasana series A
Surya namaskar (Hatha)
Chandra namaskar (Hatha)
Trikonasana
Parsvokonasana
Privarta Trikonasana
Privarta Parsvokanasana
Virbhadrasana A,B,C
Ardha chandrasana
Chaturangadandasana
Mathchendrasana A,B,C
Adra Ustrasana
Salabhasana
Setabandasana
Gatyatmak Paschimottasana
Pada prasar Paschimottasana
Saithalyasana
Sarvangasana
Core exercises

2nd Week

Surya namaskar A,B (ashtanga)
Chandra namaskar (Hatha)
Standing
Veerbhadrasana A,B,C
Trikonasana
Parsvottanasana
Parsvokonasana
Privirta Trikonasana
Privirta Parsvokonasana
Ardha chandrasana
Utthita hasta padangusthasana
Natrajasana
Vriksasana
Garudasana
Eka pada uttanasana
Natavarasana
Tandavasana
Eka padasana
Vatayanasana
Pada angushtasana
Baka dhyanasana
Eka pada baka dhyanasana

3rd Week

Eka hasta bhujasana
Santolanasana
Vashisthasana
Poorna matsyendrasana
Marichyasana C, D
Eka pada rajakaputasana
Raja kaputasana
Poorna ustrasana
Dhanurasana
Poorna shalabhbasana
Poorna chakrasana
Parighasana
Koormasana
Upavistakonasana
Ubhaya padangustasana
Urdvamukha paschimottasana
Hanumanasana
Bhoonamansana
Laguvajarasana
Badhakonasana
Vishwamitrasana
Kashyapasana

Inverted asanas-
Bhumi padamastakasana
Vipreetakarani Asana
Sarvangasana
Padma Sarvangasana
Halasana
Ardha padma halasana
Sirshasana
Salamba sirshasana
Niralambasana
Urdhwa padmasana
Leg stretching

4th Week

Teaching
Doubts
Questions / Answer

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Mastering Ishtanga intermediate series postures

Ashtanga Yoga Postures

Standing Postures-
Samasthiti
Sun salutation (A & B)
Padangushtasana
Pada hastasana
Utthita Trikonasana
Parivritta Trikonasana
Utthita Parsvakonasana
Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
Prasarita Padottanasana (A, B, C & D)
Parsvottanasana

Intermediate Postures –
Pasasana
Krounchasana
Shalabhasana A, B
Bhekasana
Dhanurasana
Parsvadhanurasana
Ustrasana
Laghu Vajrasana
Kapotasana
Supta Vajrasana
Bakasana
Bharadvajasana
Ardha Matsyendrasana
Ekapada Sirsasana A, B, C
Dwipada Sirsasana B
Yoga nidrasana
Tittibhasana A, B, C
Pincha Mayurasana
Karandavasana
Mayurasana
Makarasana
Vatayanasana
Parighasana
Gomukhasana A, B, C
Supta Urdhvapada Vajrasana A, B
Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C
Baddha Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C, D
Urdhva Dhanurasana
Drop back to Urdhva Dhanurasana
Paschimottanasana

Finishing Postures-
Salamba Sarvangasana
Halasana Karnapidasana
Urdhva Padmasana
Pindasana
Matsyasana
Uttana Padasana
Shirshasana
Baddha Padmasana
Yoga Mudra Padmasana
Uth Pluthi (Tolasana)
Shavasana

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Dhayan (Meditation)

What is mind and its role in meditation?
Nature of mind and why it is restless?
What is Concentration?
Difference between concentration and meditation.
Fundamental importance of meditation.
Types of meditation.
Anapana Meditation
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra Meditation
Gayatri mantra Meditation
Om mani padme hum Mantra Meditation
Yoga Nidra Meditation
Vipassana meditation
Sound Healing therapy for chakras
Introduction to 7 Chakras, Aura and Prana
Mantra for Muladhara Chakra Meditation
Mantra for Swadhisthana Chakra Meditation
Mantra for Manipura Chakra Meditation
Mantra for Anahata Chakra Meditation
Mantra for Vishuddhi Chakra Meditation
Dynamic Moving Meditation (Osho)
Kirtan Spiritual Dancing Meditation
Walking Meditation
Self-Surrender Meditation
Jyoti Tratak meditation
What is samadhi & It’s process

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Yoga Therapy & Ayurveda – 1st, 2nd, 3rd weeks

Concept and fundamentals of Ayurveda
Meaning, definition and principles of Ayurveda.
Tridosha meaning and functions.
Agni types and functions.
Ama meaning and types.
Trimalas types and relation with tridosha.
Triguna importance and attributes.
Fundamental Relation of triguna with Tridosha.
Saptprakarti attributes, qualities.
General functions of saptprakarti and their characteristics.
Mithahara definition and meaning
Fundamentals and importance of satavic diet.
Categories of food and its explanation.
Diet according to position of sun.
Saptprakarti and Tridosha diet.
Therapy and dietary needs for arthritis.
Therapeutic use of Asanas for Disc herniation.
Therapeutic use of Asanas for back problems.
Osteoporosis treatment and therapy.
Asthma’s problematic area and cure.
Sinusitis therapeutic cure.
Irritable bowel syndrome therapy.
Therapy for constipation problems.
Therapeutic use of meditation for Depression.
Therapeutic use of pranayama for Anxiety Disorders
Therapeutic use of shatkarmas for Migraine.
Therapeutic use of pranayama for Amnesia disorder.

4th week

Submission of assignments
Revision
Practical exam :presentation on one topic

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Pranayama (Breathing Practices)

Four Weeks of Pranayama

Week 1: Advanced pranayama practices
Week 2: Variations and experiments
Week 3: Awakening nadis and chakras
Week 4: Teaching practices and mastery of breathing

Topics:
What is Pranayama?
How pranayama brought happiness
Physiology of prana
Elements in nature of prana
Prana body types
Astrology of Breathing science
Prana and it routes
How prana flows in the body
Prana & Consciousness
Number of breaths we take
Research on prana
Health parameter with breath length
Guideline and discipline of pranayama

(Intermediate and Advance Practices of Pranayama)
Clavicular Pranayama (Upper Chest Pranayama)
Thoracic Pranayama (Middle Chest Pranayama)
Koshtiya (Diaphragmatic Pranayama)
Full body Yogic Pranayama
Pranava Pranayama (Om Meditation Breathing)
Nadi Shodhana Pranayama or Anulom Vilom Pranayama
Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellows Breath)
Kapalbhati Pranayama (Skull Shining Breath)
Bhramari Pranayama (Humming Bee Breath)
Ujjayi Pranayama (Ocean Breath)
Sitali Pranayama (Cooling Breath)
Sitkari Pranayama (Hissing Breath)
Murcha Pranayama (Swooning Breath Yoga)
Surya Bhedi Pranayama (Right Nostril Breathing)
Chandra Bhedi Pranayama (Left Nostril Breathing)

Yoga philosophy 

Week 1 – Chapter 1st (Yoga Samadhi)
What is Yoga & Samadhi 
How can we be in present moment in order to achieve Samadhi 
Yoga discipline Different states of mind 
How to control the mind 
Why Samadhi 
Controlling right knowledge, wrong knowledge, imagination, sleep & memory 
The benefit of practice & non attachment 
How to mastery self-practice 
Two kinds of Samadhi 
What is God and why His name is Om 
Obstacles of Yoga
 Experience of highest Samadhi

Week 2: Chapter 2nd (Yoga Sadhana)
How to do Tapasya (Intense practice of Yoga) 
How to do Swadhyaya (Self-Analyasis, self-discovery) 
How to do Self-surrender/surrender to Divine 
Kriya Yoga – Why What is ignorance and emotional attachment 
What is pleasure & pain (sukha & dukha) 
How pain lives with you and how it generates and vanishes 
Clear perception, right action, stability, control of sense organ and experience of self is the source of liberation 
How to achieve total withdrawal and separation of mundane psychology 
Viveka kyati – insight discrimination 
Eight limbs of yoga

Week 3: Chapter 3rd (Yoga Vibhuti)
What is concentration? 
What is meditation? 
What is Samadhi? 
External and internal yoga 
How Yogi’s receive the knowledge of the entire cosmos 
How cessation of hunger and thrust is achieved 
How to acquire complete stillness 
How can you see celestial beings 
How can one have knowledge of mind 
Siddhis are helpful or hindrance for Sadhana 
How can a Yogi walk on thorns and water 
How can we achieve the divine sense of hearing 

Week 4: Yoga Kaivalya
How Siddhi generates 
How to achieve Kaivalya(liberation)

Alignmement & Adjustment 

Standing Postures-
Samasthiti
Sun salutation (A & B)
Padangushtasana
Pada hastasana
Utthita Trikonasana
Parivritta Trikonasana
Utthita Parsvakonasana
Parivrtta Parsvakonasana
Prasarita Padottanasana (A, B, C & D)
Parsvottanasana

Intermediate Postures –
Pasasana
Krounchasana
Shalabhasana A, B
Bhekasana
Dhanurasana
Parsvadhanurasana
Ustrasana
Laghu Vajrasana
Kapotasana
Supta Vajrasana
Bakasana
Bharadvajasana
Ardha Matsyendrasana
Ekapada Sirsasana A, B, C
Dwipada Sirsasana B
Yoga nidrasana
Tittibhasana A, B, C
Pincha Mayurasana
Karandavasana
Mayurasana
Makarasana
Vatayanasana
Parighasana
Gomukhasana A, B, C
Supta Urdhvapada Vajrasana A, B
Mukta Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C
Baddha Hasta Sirsasana A, B, C, D
Urdhva Dhanurasana
Drop back to Urdhva Dhanurasana
Paschimottanasana

Finishing Postures-
Salamba Sarvangasana
Halasana Karnapidasana
Urdhva Padmasana
Pindasana
Matsyasana
Uttana Padasana
Shirshasana
Baddha Padmasana
Yoga Mudra Padmasana
Uth Pluthi (Tolasana)
Shavasana

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Yoga Anatomy & Physiology

1st Week

Brief introduction of skeleton system & function
Anatomy of shoulder & function with the important name of muscles
Anatomy of pelvic griddle with muscles names
Spine anatomy & function/ importance in yoga practice
Kundalini shakti introduction & function
Chakra introduction & function with the endocrine system
Nadis- the energy channel function & importance
Prana introduction & importance in organ function
Panchakosha importance in function of the body

2nd week
Chakra introduction & function with endocrine system
Nadis- the energy channel function & importance
prana introduction & importance in organ function
Panchakosha importance in function of body

3rd week
Respiratory system introduction/ function and problems
Circulatory system importance/ function & problems
Digestive system importance/ function & problems
Submission of assignment & revision

4th week
Practical exam : Presentation given to teacher
Written exam: Submission of assignment to teacher

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Shatkarma (Yoga Cleansing)

Introduction to shatkarma
Jalaneti Satkarma (Nasal cleansing with salty water)
Rubber neti (Nasal cleansing with a rubber string)
Kunjal kriya
Shankh prakshalan kriya

Bandhas (Energy Locks)

Introduction to bandha
Jalandhara bandha
Moola bandha
Uddiyana bandha
Maha bandha

Mudra (Yoga Gestures)

Introduction of Mudras
Fundamental importance of Mudras
Jnana mudra
Vayu mudra
Bhairava mudra
Pranav mudra
Sankhmukhi mudra

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Teaching Practice

Demonstration & Teaching methodology
Alignment
Instructions

Evaluation are based on

Written Test
Asana Practical Test
Attendance
Performance
Behaviour

 

Yoga Course Books for 500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

Are you ready to do what it takes to become an ideal yoga teacher?

“What books should I go through before , during and after yoga teacher training?” This is a common question that arises in the mind of every yogi, which raises his curiosity on the subject. As a student of yoga teacher training, you will feel a sense of achievement on your graduation day, yet the desire to explore more and continue the learning path may linger on in your mind. Learning is infinite.

Even as a teacher, you will still continue learning. Your yoga teacher training course itself may demand the reading of many books to foster your learning experience. Reading books on yoga should ideally be a habit inculcated by a yogi prior to the commencement of the yoga teacher training course, during the course and should carry on even after the course completion. Thus it should be a lifelong practice.

In addition to the ancient texts, you will find innumerable contemporary ones as well to further your development spiritually and encourage your growth as a knowledgeable yoga teacher.

Here is a list of inspirational books that will encourage and support your practice and teaching of yoga:

Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda

This is an interesting classic autobiography on Paramahansa Yogananda. It narrates his life story right from his childhood days in India to his journey on the quest for a guru and his experiences as a spiritual speaker and teacher later in America. The book also educates the reader on the history of yoga and its inception in the American continent.

Be Here Now by Ram Dass

A spiritual classic, Dass tells us his story of spiritual awakening witnessed by him, and the enlightenment journey. You will also get an insight into the practical exercises like visualisation meditation and breathing practices which you can inculcate in your daily regimen as well as teachings.

“Many Lives, Many Masters: The True Story of a Prominent Psychiatrist, His Young Patient, and the Past-Life Therapy That Changed Both Their Lives” – by Dr. Brian Weiss

Do you fear death? Get rid of this conventional thinking and look at death from a different perspective , with Dr.Brian Weiss’ s work on ‘Many Lives, Many Masters.’ Several yoga scriptures talk about the subject of reincarnation , this book serves as a bridge linking East and West, via its presentation of reincarnation in an appealing manner.

Light on Yoga by B.K.S. Iyengar

Bible to the yoga teacher, this book gives readers an insight into the 8-limbed path including a number of postures . It portrays the poses being performed by the young Mr.Iyengar – one of the founders of modern yoga in the western world. Opt for this book and possess it for life! It serves as a handy reference too ,many a time, as you continue exploring your yogic journey throughout.

Yoga is a practice that is lifelong. The routine practice of ‘Svadhyaya’ fosters the habit in yogis to conduct self-study sand includes the reading of spiritual and holy texts .

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Yoga Teacher Training Dates  2024 & Fees

  • 4th Jan 2024 to 28th Feb

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    Available – $5000 USD

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Course Duration : 58 Days

Course Fee :
USD 5000
Shared Room 
USD 6400
Private Room
USD 2000
Without Food & Room

An advance Booking fees : In order to book for the course participant is required to deposit booking fees of 500 USD, we accept booking fee via Razor pay| Western union | bank transfer or Transfer wise. An official booking confirmation letter will be sent to you shortly after successful advance deposit for the course fees, the balance of the course fees can be paid on arrival at school either by credit card, debit card or cash, bank account details are given below, if you face any issue feel free to write us, we are always available to assist you.

500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Daily Schedule - 1st Month

Time Schedule
5:30 Am Morning Bell
6:00 – 7:00 Am Shatkarma & Pranayama (Yogi Bablu)
7:00 – 8:30 Am Hatha/ Vinyasa Flow (Yogi Chiara)
08:30 Am Breakfast
09:30 – 10:30 Am Alignment/ Adjustment/ Teaching Methodology (Yogi Ida)
10:30 – 11:30 Pm Yoga Philosophy (Yogi Shanti)
11:30 – 12:30 Pm Anatomy (Yogi Divy)
12:30 pm Lunch
16:00 – 17:30 Pm  Ashtanga Yoga (Yogi Nikki)
17:30 Pm  Tea Break
18:00 – 19:00 Pm Medtation (Yogi Shanti)
19:00 Pm Dinner
21:00 Pm Lights Off

500 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Daily Schedule - 2nd Month

Time Schedule
5:30 Am Morning Bell
6:00 – 7:00 Am Pranayama and Shatkarma (Yogi Shanthi)
7:00 – 8:30 Am Hatha/ Vinyasa flow (Yogi Ida)
08:30 Am Breakfast
09:30 – 10:30 Am Yoga Philosophy (Yogi Shanti)
10:30 – 11:30 Pm Anatomy (Yogi Divy)
11:30 – 12:30 Pm Alignment / Adjustment/ Teaching Methodology (Yogi Bablu)
12:30 pm Lunch
15:00 – 16:00 Pm  Yoga Therapy / Ayurveda (Yogi Divy)
16:00 – 17:30 Pm Ashtanga Yoga (Yogi Bablu)
17:30 Pm  Tea Break
18:00 – 19:00 Pm Meditation (Yogi Shanti)
19:00 Pm Dinner
21:00 Pm Lights Off

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Arrival & Departure Dates:
The course starts on 1st of every month at 5:00 PM with the opening ceremony & orientation program, The course completes on 27th of every next month at 7:00 Pm with graduation & fire ceremony performed by the graduates & their masters, Departure date is 28th of every next month before 12:00 Pm afternoon time.

What is the best way to arrive at Bali Yoga School ?
The best and most convenient way to travel for Bali is to take a flight to Ngurah Rai International Airport Denpasar Bali . Denpasar Bali airport is merely 38 kms from school.As soon as you book your flight, forward us your flight details and we will send our driver to receive you from Denpasar Bali airport.

Note : Pick up charge is 30 USD extra from Ngurah Rai International Airport Denpasar to school.

How to prepare yourself for the course?

Do you dream of becoming a successful yoga teacher? Do you look forward to a quality yoga teacher training from a recognized yoga institution?  Then a professional yoga teacher training in bali is right for you! Not only does it equip you with the necessary skills and know-how to teach yoga, but also prepares you mentally, physically and spiritually to be able to embark upon a wonderful yogic journey and venture ahead. So if you are wondering how to add a great start to your plans, then here it is important to keep in mind that your preparations prior to joining a yoga school, count! Read on to find out more on how to prepare yourself for your upcoming 500 hour yoga teacher training course in bali.

To set your stepping stone to success in the field of teaching yoga, here are some key factors to keep in mind:

Read some quality yoga literature

Investing in some books updates your know-how on the history of yoga, its philosophy and so on. This will acquaint you to the subject and the evolution of yoga over time.

Physical and mental preparation

The daily regimen to be followed during a yoga teacher training in bali program, could start as early as 5.30 to 6 a.m and end by 8 to 10 p.m.  The entire day keeps you busy with arduous yoga sessions under the guidance of the yoga expert teachers with theory classes to add to it and other such activities. So joining a fitness routine, adopting healthy eating habits  and reading blogs on yoga training experiences helps one to be mentally prepared prior to the commencement of the program.

Researching yoga schools in bali

Though you will find plenty of yoga school in bali they may however differ in terms of the style of yoga, the teachers, reviews and ratings, fees and so on. These are some of the crucial factors to check while doing your research and more importantly if the yoga school chosen by you is recognized by the Yoga Alliance or not. So make sure you enroll for a Yoga Alliance certified 500 hour yoga teacher training school in bali that will make you eligible to teach anywhere in the world.

The RYT500 yoga teacher training certification happens to be the most popular certification course in yoga teaching demanded by aspiring yoga teachers and practitioners, intended to provide you a month long intensive foundation on the concepts of learning yoga and the art of teaching the same .

Practicing daily and on a serious note

Before joining our best 500 hour yoga teacher training in bali, practicing frequently and seriously will allow you to achieve a better insight into your strengths and weaknesses. This will help you understand the areas that need more focus from your end and the kind of queries that you may have to ask your teachers during the course sessions.

So make the most of 500-hour your yoga teacher training program without having to lose on your precious sleep over it!  Stay positive to be able to look forward to the course with much interest and enthusiasm.

Yogic food to suit yogic lifestyle

Best Yogic food in bali

 

Each time you work on a yoga pose or practice pranayama, you intensify your capacity to exercise control over your focus, breath and  body. Likewise, as you delve deeper into the yogic philosophy, you will find yourself eating, sleeping and thinking like a yogi!  And when it comes to eating, diet certainly plays a significant role. 

It is a known fact, that food is an important element and life-giving energy to the human body. The quality and type of food impact our physical and mental well-being. When nutrition is talked of from a yogic perspective, it includes much more than just the nutritional content of the food. As a full-fledged yogic practice demands the proper supplementation of the body with nutrients, the energetic aspect of nutrition is also to be taken into consideration while determining your choice of diet.

Meat or no meat?- The dilemma

Many yogis are faced with this question. As heard from many, practitioners feel that after long hours of practice, there comes a point when they do not really feel right or ready to consume non-vegetarian food anymore!

So what is the correct yogic diet (Sattvic Diet)?

Have you ever observed the impact that your food intake has been having upon your practice of yoga?  It has been evident that some foods might wreck internal turmoil in the form of bloating or other such digestion disorders. On the other hand, there are some foods that are said to be more subtle and suitable to the body and mind.

The concept of Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga, enlightens us on the impact of different foods on our overall physical, spiritual and mental well-being. As per Ayurveda, “Sattva” denotes purity in quality of  the self-control and spiritual well-being as apparent in the form of intelligence, virtue, awareness and happiness. Thus foods that are sattvic, promote purity in terms of both mind and body. They help nurture the mind – one that is clear, filled with compassion and keeps calm.

Following Sattvic diet

The good news for yogis is that Sattvic foods are absolutely vegetarian! Thus no animals are harmed in the making of such foods as they do not contain any animal products. These foods should be naturally cultivated and should not include any harmful preservatives, additive substances or artificial flavors.  

What does a Sattvic diet or Food consist of?

A sattvic diet generally includes:

  • Fresh, organically grown  fruits and vegetables
  • Nuts and whole grains
  • Dairy – based foods example ghee (clarified butter ) and milk
  • Lentils
  • Beans
  • Oils that are plant-based
  • Foods with mild sweetness containing natural and unrefined sugars
  • Spices such as turmeric, ginger, coriander, basil and cinnamon

How is Sattvic diet beneficial?

A sattvic diet aids in sharpening your intellect. According to the Bhagavad-Gita, the sattvic diet is said to be light and easy–to–digest. Being enriched with prana or purity, it fosters positive thoughts and satisfaction of the mind.  Following such a diet can keep you alert, refreshed and peaceful.

Read Terms & Conditions Before Join RYT300

All classes are mandatory only in case of an emergency or illness one can take leave with respected teacher permission. Uninformed leaves won’t be accepted and this will leave bad impression on student monthly performance.

Prerequisites A high degree of self-motivation is required for all aspects of the course. The practice and especially the teaching of yoga demand a high degree of self-discipline and purity. To ensure the success of the program, participants are required to attend all spiritual activities, meditation sessions, lectures and asana classes. Meat, fish, eggs, black tea, coffee, alcohol, tobacco, drugs and nudity are prohibited during the course as they are counterproductive to the yoga practice. Participants who do not comply with the school rules may be dismissed from the course.

Discipline Rules for Students Smoking and alcohol are strictly prohibited in the school. If you are having a fast any day, you have to inform kitchen manager for avoiding food waste. Always make discipline, respect teachers and follow all rules. Always be in the time, you are late means will not be permitted to join class. Clear your books of account before departure from Himalayan Yoga Association. Before departure return your books, maps or any goods which you borrowed. Himalayan Yoga Association provides accommodation for a student who join the yoga course. So any friends or relatives will not be included in accommodation however they can stay in school by renting another room. Student have to be present in all scheduled program of Himalayan Yoga Association.

Refund Policy Booking deposit is refundable only when the customer cancels the course more than 15 days before the course starting date. The booking deposit well be refunded after deducting the amount of 10% from the deposit as the service charge + bank charge + the government tax. The refund will be initiated within 7 working days upon the request. If you cancel the course within 15 days from the course starting date, the deposit is not refundable. In this case, we accept date rescheduling.
If you cancel the course after joining, we accept the cancellation but the course fees will not be refunded with the cancellation.

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