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This is a life changing experience! You will have a great opportunity to raise your yoga practice to the next level, both physically and mentally. More than just an asana practice, you will be guided through meditation and learn what it takes to be a good yoga teacher. Every day you will go deeper and realize your best qualities. Every day is an amazing experience to learn, practice and recharge yourself in such a beautiful place. Make it real! Become a great yoga teacher.
Pondok Pitaya Hotel is located on the south west coast. The surf is amazing and the accommodation and facilities are outstanding. If you like the idea to train at the beach and at the same be able to surf high quality waves, this is the right place for you. A great opportunity to combine surf and yoga together.
In this location, Its Yoga Satellite offers a single package including accommodation, food, and yoga practice in an amazing ambience. The intention is to have the right atmosphere to promote a deep inner journey and to support and facilitate the learning process.
Balian Beach is one of the most secret beach in Bali, Indonesia. It has great set up and environment. It is incredible for yoga training and a paradise for surfers. This hotel is right on the beach which is full of nature, prana, and sunshine.The hotel has great staffs ready to serve you 24 hours a day and free Wi-Fi is available in the restaurant area.
The hotel has a beautiful swimming pool and amazing garden, also Balian river is just right in the corner which is very nice to chill out and swim. The masseuse from Pondok offers Balinese massage in front of the beach or at your room, creating a nice atmosphere in order to feel relaxed. The restaurant has great cooks and always gives an elephant side of food, which is delicious Balinese and international food.
The 200 hours yoga teacher training course was designed by Larry Shultz and is supported by Yoga Alliance that has certified more than 5000 yoga teachers to the world since 1989. The main idea of this training is to help you develop a committed self practice and find your inner voice as a unique yoga instructor.
In this training, you will be able to communicate in an effective and clear way when you teach, you will feel ready to lead a yoga class right after the course finishes. Every day, you will learn about many different aspects of yoga: Ashtanga yoga philosophy, Kriya, pranayama, meditation, asana, alignment anatomy, hand on adjustment, how to teach, how to modify the asana to suite to different body types and much more.
This yoga teacher training, based on Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, is open to any level of yoga practice. The only requirement is to be open to learn, practice, and be with the team during the 22 days. In the system, Its Yoga Satellite will pay lot of attention to help you to develop your own self-practice and practice with the right foundation. You will be able to open your journey of self-transformation. Its Yoga Satellite will give you many different tools in order to become a high quality yoga teacher and good practitioner.
The Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Teacher Training program, based on Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, is a practical training designed to make you become a confident and effective yoga teacher for all levels of students. The training includes the opportunity to learn five different routines based on the Ashtanga yoga tradition. The routines are ranged from the basic beginner to the most advanced. You will also learn about marketing, pricing, teaching group or private classes, and setting up your own yoga school. Your interest in yoga will be growing along with the demand for qualified yoga teachers.
The training is designed to provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge and information which you can confidently and effectively facilitate a modified Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga class for beginners.
Yoga Alliance RYT 500 (Ashtanga Yoga)
Ricardo started to practice yoga almost 9 years ago back in his hometown in Venezuela, where he soon found this was something he wanted to pursue full time - loving what yoga was to him, and how he could share this with others. His vision as a yoga teacher is to share this beautiful path, awake the inner light in others to illuminate the path of their own journey.
Kunkanit (Joy) Phrombut
Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200 (Ashtanga Yoga)
Kunkanit (Joy) was born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1979. Joy began to practice yoga in 2005 and quickly realizes it was what she really wanted to do in life, so she continued her yoga journey, practiced and learned with many teachers around the world and studied many different styles of yoga to gain more knowledge and get deeper understanding of yoga. Reaching and help as many students as possible is one of her main goals as a yoga teacher.
Bali is a small Island in Indonesia which is surrounded by a few smaller neighboring islands. Although Indonesia is predominantly Muslim, Balinese culture was strongly influenced by Hindu culture and Hinduism is the main religion.
Bali is famous as a tourist destination with a relaxed island lifestyle. It is surrounded by coral reef, perfect for scuba diving and surfing. You can find some of the most famous beaches in the world like Uluwatu and Keramas on this island. There are also a number of mountains over 3,000 meters in elevation. The highest is Mount Agung (3,031 meters), known as mother mountain which is an active volcano.
The weather is tropical with a strong rainy season from November to mid January. The rest of the year is mainly sunny with some occasional rains. The principal languages are Balinese and Indonesian, but most of the population speaks English.
Bali is renowned for its diverse and sophisticated art forms, such as painting, sculpture, woodcarving, handicrafts, and performing arts. Balinese cuisine is also distinctive and Balinese percussion orchestra music, known as gamelan, is highly developed and varied. Balinese performing arts often portray stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana but with heavy Balinese influence. Famous Balinese dances include pendet, legong, baris, topeng, barong, gong keybar, and kecak (the monkey dance).
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You will be served delicious Balinese and international food.