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Alchemy of Yoga 200-hour yoga teacher training is wholeheartedly dedicated to the art of self-discovery through self-inquiry and the transformative power of self-healing. Consider this the ultimate alchemist adventure! A hero’s journey that will both challenge and encourage you to embrace your potential and awaken your inner power. This training will transform your doubts and ignite your passion for life. Upon completion, you will be prepared to design and confidently lead intelligent alignment driven Vinyasa, Hatha, and Restorative classes, all with your own signature style.
During this yoga teacher training, you will stay at beautiful and luxurious Bagus Jati. Bali's premier Health and Wellbeing Spa Retreat, Bagus Jati, is set in 5 hectares of hillside gardens amongst lush tropical forests in the mountains of Ubud, Bali, with the temperature at night will be 18-23 Celsius degrees.
Accommodations consist of 8 (eight) deluxe spa villas, each with private spa facilities and 12 (twelve) superior villas with wide windows overlooking the tropical forest. Verandas on both the Deluxe and Superior villas provide an excellent setting for a romantic dinner or just relaxing on the day bed. The newest room types of 2 (two) bedroom pool villas and 2 (two) one bedroom pool villas are available now, each with private pool facing lush tropical forest, and private living room equipped with entertainment set for your convenient.
A complete health and wellbeing center, organic gardens and gourmet restaurant, offer the guest the true spirit and grace of Asian inspired traditional healing.
Students who complete their subsequent trainings are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).
Choosing a training can be a tad overwhelming with the surplus of programs offered around the world, so Alchemy Tours is humbled and honored to be considered in your search. Since no two yoga teacher trainings are alike, they encourage you to consider what is most important to you, so that you can find a program that is aligned with your goals and values. Choosing the right one should be based on what kind of experience you want out of it. After all, it’s a huge investment of time, energy, and money.
If you’ve been feeling like there’s something bigger out there, if you’ve been wanting to dig deeper into yourself, if you’re ready to make changes in your life, Alchemy Tours' yoga teacher training is for you.
Alchemy Tours is a proud member school with Yoga Alliance. For 15 years they have been dedicated to inspiring alchemists worldwide to discover their most authentic selves through the study, practice, and service of yoga.
They have graduated over 28 classes of registered yoga teachers in their Bali, Costa Rica, and United States programs. Their alumni come from over 25 countries, including but not limited to: Australia, Austria, Belize, Canada, Costa Rica, Dubai, England, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, New Zealand, Norway, The Netherlands, Philippines, Romania, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Singapore, Turkey, Qatar, United States, and more!
This program is recognized by Yoga Alliance as a Registered 200-Hour Yoga School and offers you a unique opportunity to make a deep commitment to learning more about yourself. This soul-dive takes place in a safe haven: a nurturing environment to engage in open-minded self-exploration.
The Alchemy of Yoga team is devoted to offering an atmosphere in which freedom of expression, fun, creativity, and passion for life are totally encouraged! This program covers the foundations of the eight-limbed path of yoga and believes in yoga as a life-long truthful celebration of everyone and the world.
Upon completion, you will be prepared to design and confidently lead intelligent alignment driven Vinyasa, Hatha, and Restorative classes, all with your own signature style all while having the skill to adapt to varied fitness and experience levels of your students.
“Authenticity and joyful self-confidence in living your dharma!”
Their mission to teach peace is rooted in the idea that yoga creates a kinder and more gentle world. The reverberations of the practice are not only felt by the self and those around you but extend beyond on a universal plane.
People are searching for their soul brothers and sisters who are seeking a deep dive into the center of their heart, emerging as happiness ambassadors ready to effectively inspire others and teach peace to the world one breath, one down dog, one moment of meditation at a time.
Alchemy Tours is seekers, adventurers, lovers of love, rebel yoga spirits, stretchy-minded, soulful, and sensitive. They enjoy supporting one another, laughter, organic food, dancing in the moonlight, lounging in a hot tub under the stars, playing in the water, silent meditation hikes, taking naps, and enthusiastic conversation about elevating the world. If you feel their vibe, join their tribe!
Alchemy Tours' teacher training tribe, or Kula, is defined as a community of the heart. Within this safe, nurturing environment, they can delve into the deepest study of who you are so you can live your happiness in a big way.
Something magical and mystical happens when a group of high-intentioned individuals makes the decision to gather together for two-hundred hours with the purpose of uplifting their lives and expanding consciousness into radical authenticity.
In completing Alchemy’s 200-Hour Program you will be empowered to:
Initiation into truth, the four agreements, how to live an inspired life, alchemy as a map of transformation, how and why Alchemy of Yoga works
Freedom from fear / shadow work, ethical guidelines, greatness and living honorably, the hero / heroine’s path, power of manifestation, living your yoga.
Body love, spiritual happiness, svadhaya of possibility, intention and dharma, vision boards and dream journaling, the five koshas, energetic anatomy, the psychology of yoga, and the chakra system.
Recapitulation, intrinsic and extrinsic movement, bandhas, somatics, the neuroscience of yoga, developing a personal practice, sun salutations, dancing warriors, moon salutations, mandala namaskars, general principles of poses (purpose, stages, and benefits), how to teach a pose safely to all levels of students, stress response and relaxation 101, restorative poses, yoga therapeutics, anatomy (muscles and bones).
Yoga history and lineages, the yoga sutras of Patanjali, the yamas and niyamas, alchemy of balance and happiness, breathing (pranayama), meditation (dhyana), Ayurveda, dinacharya, doshas and guidelines for balancing the doshas, nourishing the physical body and Ayurvedic diet, food plans to balance the doshas.
The psychologically healthy teacher, teaching as art, skill, and service, staying inspired as a teacher, teacher mission statement, teaching to the heart of the student, creating a safe and sacred space, assessment of class energy, mood, style, the essence of great teaching, teacher and student relationship, honoring the sacred seat of the teacher, ethical relationships and boundaries, alchemy of communication, learning Sanskrit, languaging, class theme preparation, how to theme in a psychologically healthy way, how to guide students to their own experience, the art of sequencing Vinyasa flow, wave theory and choreography, the business of yoga and sustainability.
There will be a cacao ceremony to open up your heart chakras, for love is the strongest healing power and if your heart chakra is open, then you are assured a profoundly healing experience. Sound healing will accompany the ceremony to harmonize the group vibration and to synchronize your energy with the earth.
Free mornings, afternoons, evenings, and days off are built into the schedule to allow time for rest, relaxation, self-study, reflection, and play. A detailed schedule will be provided upon registration.
Alchemy Tours includes more because Bali is home for the founder of Alchemy of Yoga, Silvia Mordini, and she wants you to experience all the beauty and bliss this island of love has to offer.
Situated in Tegalalang Village north of Ubud, Bali featuring amazing rice terraces set up on cliffs. These famous rice paddies involving the subak (traditional Balinese cooperative irrigation system), which according to history, was passed down by a revered holy man named Rsi Markandeya in the eighth century, are a joy to behold.
Tegallalang forms the three most splendid terraced landscapes in Ubud’s shared region, with the others being in the villages of Pejeng and Campuhan. You will enjoy a privately led hike and ceremony in this epic natural wonder together as a tribe
Goa Gajah or Elephant Cave is an archaeological site of significant historical value that makes it a special place to visit. Located on the cool western edge of Bedulu Village, six kilometers out of central Ubud. The 11th-century cave used by monks and was named for the statue of Ganesh found inside. A few minutes drive from Goa Gajah is Tampak Siring, a holy spring temple known as Pura Tirta Empul. Goa Gajah dates back to the 11th century, built as a spiritual place for meditation.
The main grounds are down a flight of steps from the roadside and parking area, which is lined with various art and souvenir shops and refreshment kiosks. Upon reaching the base you will come across a large wantilan meeting hall and an assortment of large old stone carvings, some restored to their former full glory. The pool, excavated in 1954, features five out of supposedly seven statues depicting Hindu angels holding vases that act as waterspouts.
Various structures reveal Hindu influences dating back to the 10th century, and some relics feature elements of Buddhism dating even earlier to the 8th century. The cave is shallow; inside are three stone idols each wrapped in red, yellow, and black cloths. Black soot lines the cave’s walls as a result of the current-day incense burning. Several indentations show where meditating priests once sat. The northern side of the complex is dominantly Buddhist while south across the river it’s mostly Shivaite.
At the southern end are beautiful rice fields and small streams that lead to the Petanu River, another natural site entwined in local legends. Goa Gajah was built on a hillside and as two small streams met here forming a campuhan or river junction, the site was considered sacred and was built for hermetic meditation and prayers.
The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary of Padangtegal is dedicated to educating people about the importance of conserving cultural resources. The monkeys within the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary of Padangtegal are commonly called long-tailed macaques. Their scientific name is Macaca Fascicuiaris. Macaques are found throughout Southeast Asia and many species of macaques live successfully in areas that are heavily utilized by humans like they do in Monkey Forest.
Interestingly, within long-tailed macaque societies, females are typically born into and remain with a single troop for life. In contrast, adult males may migrate between troops. Currently, there are approximately 600 Balinese long-tailed macaques that inhabit the Sacred Monkey Forest.
The cultural importance: Jai Hanuman Monkeys can be the embodiment of both positive and negative forces. The dual nature of monkeys is especially reflected in the Ramayana (the most important epic Indian poem). Within the Ramayana, Sita (the beloved bride of Rama) is abducted by Rawana (an evil king). Rama (an incarnation of Dewa Wisnu) calls upon Sugriwa (king of the monkeys) and Hanuman (Sugriwa’s General) to help him retrieve Sita.
However, within the Ramayana, there are also antagonist monkeys like Subali that attempt to assist Rawana. In the end, Hanuman, along with his monkey army, defeats Rawana’s evil forces and helps Rama to retrieve Sita. The temple inside Monkey Forest represents a sacred Balinese Hindu site.
In trying to understand Balinese Hinduism, it is important to keep in mind that Balinese Hinduism is unlike Hinduism practiced in other parts of the world today. Balinese Hinduism combines aspects of animism, ancestor worship, Buddhism, and Hinduism.
Next, you’ll walk to a traditional local market and have lunch at the famous Clear Café. Clear Café’s philosophy is “eat the food you wish to be”. In the spirit of this idea, they have created a must-see sanctuary where everyone can enjoy organic, delicious, pure, and natural food while experiencing the magical and nurturing ways of Clear’s pure Balinese team.
Come on in, choose your favorite table / sofa, and hang out as long as you like. At Clear they are quite known for their music so please enjoy the tunes. Clear Café has over 6000 hand-picked songs (on rotation) that you will love. The music is a little bit of all your favorites. Clear Café uses all natural ingredients from local Balinese farmers.
At Clear, they believe that energy can be transferred through food, so it’s very important to them how their chef’s and kitchen staff are feeling. That is why they pride themselves on laughing, playing, and having a good time while preparing your food, so that it may be charged with life. Clear's drinks and foods are so diverse that you may never get bored. At least they hope not.
Healing, love, and transformation. This experience provides a healing ritual and an understanding of the magical mysteries of Balinese spirituality. Water is believed by the Balinese to be one of the key forces of life. For this unique spiritual experience, it is established a collaboration with a Holy Water Temple located in the outskirts of Ubud, that carries mystifying and ancient energy.
Upon arrival, you will be provided with a ceremonial sarong and a space to change your clothes at a nearby venue. After, you will be escorted for a guided tour of the beautiful peace and quiet of this ancient site prior to the ceremony, where you will learn the history that is held on these sacred grounds. After your tour of the temple, the ceremony will be conducted by a Mangku (Balinese priest).
While sitting in meditation, the priest will prepare some holy water in a vase with flowers and incense while chanting mantras in ancient Sanskrit. Following the mantras, you will be invited to receive a holy water cleansing as this blessed water is sprinkled over your head.
You will then be guided into the sacred water pools where several Koi fish swim and live. Once you have emerged in the sacred pools, it will be requested that you bow down before each spring, putting your head under the stream of water.
First, you will wash the holy water on your face as the symbol of physical purification, then over your fontanel (crown of the head) as the purification of the tirtha. After, you will also consume the water three times as a symbol of spiritual purification. This will create a full sensation of the body receiving holy bathing.
After the ceremony, you will be invited to change your clothing where a healthy, high vibe lunch will be served. After lunch, you will have a closing ceremony in the yoga studio including meditation, group sharing, journaling, and mantra. Afterward, you will have free time to either enjoy the swimming pool, spa, or visit the traditional town.
Experience the impressive traditional Bali Kecak and fire dance inspired by the epic of Ramayana. Learn about the history and culture of the island through dance performance. Normally music plays a vital role to accompany the dancers' movements. But in the Kecak dance, the music generated is from a combination of sounds by the 50-100 or more men sounding like “cak”.
They sit in concentric circles, swaying, standing up, lying prone as the story develops. A person will act as a leader who gives the tone early, someone else acting as a suppressor in charge of high or low tone, someone else acting as a solo singer, and someone else will act as the mastermind behind all of that to deliver the story.
The story is a fragment from the Ramayana, the Hindu epic which finds its expression in many forms, not only in dance but also in painting and carving. Prince Rama, heir to the throne of the kingdom of Ayodya, and his wife Sita have been banished from the kingdom by King Dasarata as a result of trickery by Rama’s stepmother. The story begins with the arrival of Rama and Sita accompanied by Rama’s brother Laksmana in the forest of Dandaka.
The trio has been observed by the demon Rahwana, king of Alengka, who lusts after the beautiful Sita. Rahwana sends his prime minister Marica to try and isolate Sita so that Rahwana can kidnap her. Marica’s magical powers turn him into a golden deer and he enters the forest and when Sita sees the golden deer she is so enchanted by it that she asks Rama to capture it for her. Rama chases after the deer leaving his brother Laksamana behind with strict instruction to protect Sita.
When Sita thinks she hears a cry for help from Rama, she forces Laksamana to go after Rama by accusing him of cowardice, and he goes off to help Rama with great reluctance after drawing a magic circle on the ground and telling Sita she should not under any circumstance step outside the circle.
Sita, left alone in the forest becomes an easy prey to the trickery of Rahwana who has disguised himself has an old priest and begs Sita for some food as he is cold and hungry. Sita falls for his trick, she steps outside the circle to give the old priest some food and Rahwana grabs her and takes her to his palace. Once back in his palace in Alengka, Rahwana tries everything he can to seduce Sita without any luck.
In the palace of Alengka, Sita pours out her heart about her cruel fate to Rahwana’s niece Trijata, when Hanoman appears telling her that he is Rama’s envoy and proving it by showing her Rama’s ring. Sita gives Hanoman a hairpin to show she is still alive and send him back to Rama with a message to come to her rescue.
In the meantime, Rama and Laksamana, accompanied by Tualen, are wandering in the forest looking for Sita when Meganada, Rahwana’s son, appears and engages Rama and Laksamana in battle. Meganada uses his magic powers and shoots an arrow which magically turns in to a dragon, overpowering Rama and Laksamana, who are trussed up in ropes.
The bird Garuda, king of all the birds, a good friend of King Dasarata, has observed trouble Rama is in from high up in the sky and comes to the rescue freeing the brothers from the ropes. Rama and Laksamana continue on their way to rescue Sita and are joined by Sugriwa, king of the monkeys, and his monkey army.
This fragment of the Ramayana comes to an end with the battle between Sugriwa, and his monkey army, and Meganada, and his demon army, which ends with the defeat of Meganada.
The group will enjoy a tour of an ancestral home, learn why it is organized as such and what the meaning is behind everything. You will learn how to make traditional Balinese offerings. And enjoy an incredibly generous dinner buffet with private Traditional Balinese Dance.
The performance is a dance-drama telling stories and expressed through elegant movements detailed all the way into the gestures of eyes, fingers, head, and hands. These mudras are learned early as Balinese children are taught to dance with their hands even before they can walk! In December 2015 UNESCO recognized 3 forms of Balinese Dance as “intangible cultural heritage.” This is sacred moving meditation at its finest.
Silvia is a converse collector, travel addict (can't stop, won't stop), and Happiness Activist. She mostly follows the sun for an endless summer switching between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres where you’ll find me in Bali half the year. She's a storyteller inspiring happiness, global awareness, and joyful living in everyone she meets. For over 15 years, with more than 12000 hours of teaching experience through her writings, workshops, podcast, and international retreats and trainings she has activated people to get unstuck from their pain and uplevel their happiness.
Bali is an island and the smallest province of Indonesia and includes a few smaller neighboring islands. It is located between Java to the west and Lombok to the east, and its capital, Denpasar, is at the southern part of the island. Bali is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music.
Bali’s central mountains include several peaks over 3000 meters in elevation. The highest is Mount Agung (3,031 m), known as the “mother mountain” which is an active volcano. South of the mountains is a broad, steadily descending area where most of Bali’s large rice crop is grown.
The island is surrounded by coral reefs. Beaches in the south tend to have white sand while those in the north and west have black sand. Bali received the Best Island award from Travel and Leisure in 2010. The island of Bali won because of its attractive surroundings (both mountain and coastal areas), diverse tourist attractions, excellent international and local restaurants, and the friendliness of the local people.
Three healthful high vibe, delicious meals per day will be served, with vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian, and gluten-free options including purified water, freshly brewed coffees, teas, and tropical fruits provided through the day.
Ngurah Rai International Airport
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Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), also known as Denpasar International Airport. Make sure to have all travel arrangement to the airport and transfer to the retreat location.
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