100 Hour Online Yoga Certification Course in Bali

Started on April 18, 202415

Self-paced 100 hours online hatha/ vinyasa flow/ ashtanga based yoga teacher

Namaste to all, we at bali yoga school are offering 100 hours hatha/ vinyasa flow / Ashtanga based yoga teacher training, it is self-paced yoga course where you get minimum 30 Days to maximum 3 months to complete this course, course includes pre-recorded yoga session on each topic of each subject with clear explanation and demonstration from great teachers, You can play all the classes even in low internet speed, its completely real learning experience from us to your space, its great opportunity for all of you to complete 100 hours yoga course in very reasonable price with one of the top yoga school of Bali (Indonesia), join us today. 

100 hours yoga course is part of 200 hours yoga course, it’s for those who don’t want to complete the 200 hours in one time so we give them an option to complete 200 hours in two parts, first semester and 2nd semester, after completing 1st 100 hours you can join us any time to complete 2nd 100 hours program to get the certification of 200 hours certified yoga teacher training course which makes you able to teach anywhere in the world as a Bali Yoga School certified yoga teacher.

In case if you would like to complete 2nd 100 hours in school premises instead of online at Bali Yoga School so we are giving you that option too, you can choose yourself whether you want to do 2nd 100 hours course online or offline.

Once you complete your 1st 100 hours online teacher training program, you can join us any time for our 2nd 100 hour online program so that you can complete the whole 200 hours. 

What is included?

Access to Our Panel for all classes pre-recorded sessions – https://onlinecourse.himalayanyogaashram.com/  

Access to more than 90 pre-recorded hd quality yoga sessions over meditation, pranayama, yoga philosophy, yoga anatomy, ashtanga vinyasa yoga, Hatha vinyasa-flow. 

72 contact hours with pre-recorded sessions 

8 elective hours of assignment.

20 non-contact hours of self-practice.

Flexible duration: can be completed in 30 days to 3 months.

IST 10:00 to 17:00 assistance service available for any query relate to the course. 

One year membership access to all pre-recorded classes.

10% discount on all offline courses in the future.

Digital Course manual PDF.

Yoga Alliance Certified Certification.


Advantages of Becoming the part of the Bali Yoga Family- 

  • Classes recording by great teachers. 
  • You will also get free lifetime membership with Bali Yoga School & its branches.
  • You will be eligible for a 10% discount on our all off-line courses.
  • Opportunity to work with us as the assistant teacher.
  • Opportunity to work with us as the lead teacher.
  • Opportunity to work with us as the volunteer on our world-wide retreat programs.

Course Hours

  • 72 contact hours with pre-recorded sessions.
  • 8 elective hours of assignment
  • 20 non-contact hours of self-practice

Course Date
You can join the course at any-time to start it, all you need is to write us an email then we will write you back about the next step so book your seat today to start your yogic journey with Bali Yoga School. 

Course Fee– 240

In order to book for the course participant is required to deposit course fees, you can pay your course fees razor pay, bank transfer, transfer-wise, western union for more visit our payment page- https://www.baliyogaschool.com/course-payment/

Refund Policy – The course fees is non-refundable, only in the case of emergency students can join us on other schedules.

100 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Pre-recorded Classes Course Syllabus

Day 1st

Ashtanga Series Introduction

Vinyasa Flow – Introduction

Philosophy – Introduction

Anatomy – Introduction to Anatomy

Pranayama – Introduction

Meditation – What is Mantra?

Meditation – What is meditation?


Day 2

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Beginner

Philosophy – Summary of Yoga

Anatomy – Directional Term of anatomy

Ashtanga Series – Sun Salutation A

Pranayama – Benefits

Meditation – Yoga Nidra

Meditation – Shanti Mantra


Day 3

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (A) Intermediate

Philosophy – Evolution of Yoga

Anatomy – Introduction to Skeleton

Ashtanga Series Sun Salutation B

Pranayama – General Guidelines

Meditation – Dynamic Meditation

Meditation – Roles of Concentration


Day 4

Vinyasa Flow – Sun Salutation (B)

Philosophy – Introduction of Patanjali Yoga Sutra

Anatomy – Bone Anatomy

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 1

Pranayama – Mudras

Meditation – Om Meditation

Meditation – Mantra Meditation


Day 5

Vinyasa Flow 1 + Warm Up Session

Philosophy – Introduction to Raj Yoga

Anatomy – Important Name of Human Skeleton System

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 2

Pranayama – Naadi & Sitting Posture

Meditation – Mantra Maouna


Day 6

Vinyasa Flow 2 with Sun Salutation A & Sun Salutation B

Philosophy – Objectives of Yoga

Anatomy – Angular Movement

Ashtanga Series Standing Sequence 3

Pranayama – Jal Neti Shatkarma

Meditation – Trataka

Meditation – Andr Bahir


Day 7

Vinyasa Flow 3 – Standing Posture

Philosophy – Obstacles of Mind

Anatomy – Introduction of joints & functions of all joints

Pranayama – Yogic Breathing

Ashtanga Series – Standing Sequence 4

Meditation – Ajapa Japa

Day 8

Vinyasa Flow 4 – Leg Balancing Posture & Arm Balancing

Philosophy – Introduction Karma Yoga

Anatomy – Synovial

Ashtanga Series Standing Vinyasa Jump

Pranayama – Kapalbhati

Meditation – Body


Day 9

Vinyasa Flow 5 – Hip Opening

Philosophy – Introduction to Trigunas

Anatomy – Types of Synovial Joints

Ashtanga Series Sitting Vinyasa Jump

Pranayama – Naadi Sodhna

Meditation – Nada Meditation


Day 10

Vinyasa Flow 6 – Back Bending

Anatomy – Types of Cartilage

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 1

Pranayama – Ujjai Breathing

Philosophy – 8 Limbs of Yoga

Meditation – Shanti Mantra


Day 11

Vinyasa Flow 7 – Inversion

Pranayama – Bhastrika

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 2

Meditation – What is Mantra?


Day 12

Anatomy – Palvic Gurdel

Pranayama – Bhramri

Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 1

Meditation – Why should we meditate?

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 3

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 4


Day 13

Anatomy – Ankle Joint

Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 2

Meditation – Tips to Improve Concentration

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 5

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 6

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 7


Day 14

Anatomy – Wrist Joint

Anatomy – Types of Muscles

Anatomy – Types of Muscles Contraction

Anatomy – Muscular System and Function

Anatomy – Major Muscles

Ashtanga Series – Finishing Sequence 3


Day 15

Anatomy – Elbow Joint

Anatomy – Knee Anatomy

Anatomy – Skeleton Muscles Action’s

Anatomy – Spine

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 8

Ashtanga Series Sitting Sequence 9