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23 Days Level 1 Yoga TTC in Bali

  • Kura Kura Yoga Retreat, Jalan Raya Seseh, Munggu, Banjar Seseh - Desa Munggu - Badung, Badung Regency, Bali

Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

Tribe Yoga is happy to offer you a teacher training course in paradise. Join this program and experience how Tribe Yoga shares their yoga teachings in beautiful Bali. The yoga teachings are presented in a modern and accessible to all approach. The emphasis is not 'what you are doing' but 'how you are doing it'. The focus is how one can integrate the yoga teachings into daily living so life can become a more effortless and enjoyable flow.


  • Meditation sessions and chanting
  • Yoga training practices and study materials
  • Student support and certification after completion
  • Lectures on theory, methodology, anatomy and philosophy
  • 22 nights of accommodation
  • All daily meals
  • 21 days with instruction
  • English
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Kura Kura Yoga Retreat Bali is situated along a small river, a few steps away from the sea. It was originally built as a family house and in a way it still is. The family house was the starting place to build. The original rooms are old Java style houses and the new rooms are added in the same style. All rooms have an elegant simplicity with modern basic comforts that are used to in the western world. Each room is decorated with love and care.

The heart of Kura Kura is the yoga shala or community space next to the small pool. Feel free to dip in whenever you like. Most rooms are built around the pool. Rooms are clean and fresh as the sea breeze, but protected and safe as the shield of a kura kura (turtle).

Each room is equipped with an en-suite bathroom with shower (warm/cold water) and Western toilet, comfortable beds covered with fine mosquito nets, a fan and veranda. Each room can be set up with two single or one double bed.

Being at Kura Kura means living close to nature with the rhythms of the sea and the music of birds singing in the coconut trees. You can hear the gamelan and mantras of the temple ceremonies near by. Coming at Kura Kura means moving away from the pressure of modern distractions.

Tribe Yoga is a collective of independent yoga practitioners who devote their life to conscious living. Teachers that you meet through Tribe Yoga share a common school of thought that yoga is a lifestyle, an attitude and an ever-present guide to a richer and fuller experience of oneself and the world one lives in. Tribe teachers are excited to share the yoga teachings in Bali. What could be better than practicing and studying yoga in a paradise location for an intensive 21 days immersion?

Yoga in Tribe Yogas opinion

Tribe Yoga recognizes the transformative power of yoga as something that creates great freedom in both the body and the mind. Reconnecting individuals with the inner truth that is fundamental to our very existence, but often buried deep beneath the physical, emotional and mental pollution that we experience in our everyday lives. Yoga helps us to shed this pollution, (fear, anguish, anxiety, etc.) so we can return to our natural state, peaceful and at ease, leading us to feel less separate and more a part of something that is bigger and greater than the usual confines of the physical body and personal ego.

Tribe teacher training

A Tribe Yoga Ashtanga teacher training is a fantastic learning area. Its an opportunity to practice and study through yogic teachings and disciplines in a safe and supportive environment. These trainings take all who attend on a special journey of discovery and exploration into the deeper realms of the self, which for many can be a life changing experience. Much of the yoga world today reduces yoga to mere gymnastics and fails to express the knowledge and understanding reflective of the true essence of yoga. Thankfully, Tribe Yoga teachers and practitioners are amongst the more informed yogis who have embraced and embodied authentic yoga teachings, not just practicing yoga, but living yoga, guiding individuals to achieve and utilize yoga in ones life to transform ones daily living.

The syllabus

  • Philosophy the eight limbs of Ashtanga yoga
  • Yoga history and the different paths of yoga
  • Yoga living and lifestyle
  • Practice of asana, pranayama and meditation
  • Yoga practice methodology
  • Teaching skills
  • Introduction to basic adjustments
  • Structuring and sequencing
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • The subtle body, chakras and nadis
  • Kriyas
  • Basic principles of Ayurveda
  • Acro asana (some trainings)
  • Healing sessions (some trainings)
  • Chanting
  • Establishing yourself as a yoga teacher
  • Business and ethics

Typical schedule

  • Saturday is considered to be a free day.
  • Sunday to Friday
  • 06:30 - Daily reading, pranayama, meditation, yoga asana
  • 10:00 - Breakfast
  • 11:00 - Lectures: theory, methodology, philosophy or anatomy
  • 13:00 - Lunch break
  • 14:00 - Study time and meditation
  • 15:30 - Group work, asana practice teaching skills
  • 18:00 - Chanting and meditation
  • 19:00 - Dinner
  • 20:00 - Open discussion (some evenings)

Morning readings

During the trainings Tribe Yoga will ask each student to share a reading with the group. This will be for about 1 to 10 minutes and can be anything from a piece of literature, a poem, a chapter or two from a spiritual text etc. anything uplifting, heart opening or thought provoking. All trainees are requested to bring at least one morning reading.

Required reading

The Yoga Sutras written by Patanjali is one of the core texts for the training. You are advised to read at least one translation before you attend any of the trainings. Translations differ from writer to writer, some more credible than others. Reading a cross-selection is always a good idea.

Here are just a few:

'Light on the yoga sutras of patanjali' by BKS Iyengar

Translation by Godfrey Devereux, available to copy and print on line at

'Inside the yoga sutras' by Reverend Jaganath Carrera

'Kriya Yoga Sutras of Patanjali and the Siddhas' by Marshall Govindan

Recommended reading list

For yoga practitioners and yoga teachers, it is highly recommended adding these books to your personal home library for reference and further studies. You do not need to bring any text books with you. All reading material will be supplied.

Autobiography of a Yogi by Pramahansa Yogananda

'Meditations from the mat' by Rolf Gates and Katrina Kenison

'The Spirit and Practice of Moving into Stillness by Erich Schiffmann

'A search in secret India' by Paul brunton

Dynamic Yoga by Godfrey Devereux

Light on yoga by BKS Iyengar

'The Bhagavad Gita' many translations available

'Yoga and Kriya' by Swami Satyananda Saraswat (Bihar School of Yoga)

'Conscious Eating' by Gabriel Cousens

'Hands of light' by Barabara Brennan

The yoga practice

Self Practice

One of Tribe Yogas main focuses is to guide you towards deepening into a strong self-practice and a more yogic lifestyle. They facilitate a space whereby each person is invited to appreciate and nurture their own individuality, developing a self-practice that reflects how and what one is feeling in each and every moment so that the sequencing of ones practice or teaching becomes more spontaneous and explorative.


In asana the sequencing for study and practice is based on a modified Ashtanga primary series and Vinyasa flow. To honor the varying abilities and limitations there are modifications to the traditional primary series asanas and introductions to a greater variety of asanas and sequencing taught under an umbrella of spiritual content and guidance.

Tribe Yoga feels that awareness is the fertile ground for transformation and the real essence of asana practice lies in connecting to the subtleties of the body, breath and mind. Instructions focus on leading the students into a deeper awareness, to feel and recognize whats going on inside their bodies not just physically!

Moving through an asana practice is not the inhale 'do this' and exhale 'do that' often experience in many Ashtanga classes. This does little to enhance a students self development and progress. Asana classes taught on Tribe training incorporate practical instruction and spiritual guidance.

Tribe Yogas approach, which is transmitted to trainees, is one of clear and effective instruction to increase awareness and sensitivity empowering students to deepen into a safe and beneficial practice. There are no Mysore style asana classes on these intensive yoga teacher trainings.

The method use in the asana practices and studies is inspired by 'Dynamic yoga ' as devised by Godfrey Devereux. The dynamic yoga method gives us a simplistic approach to the practice and understanding of some basic fundamentals applied during effective asana practice. Those fundamentals are:

A soft and passive core

A stable foundation

Expression of the bandhas

Freedom of the breath

Awareness and sensitivity act as the fertile ground on which the fundamentals can be cultivated


Pranayama can open the doors to the possibility of transcending physical and emotional blocks thereby accessing and connecting to the more subtle aspects of our being. The pranayama program includes a broad range of techniques that present a gradual yet deep exploration of the power of the breath.


As part of the yoga practice schedule the meditation program is a reflection of the different styles of meditations that the teachers on the training personally practice, which depending on the teaching team may include Anapasati (mindfulness of breathing), dynamic meditation, Aum meditation and various styles of guided meditations techniques including trataka and the hang-sa kriya.

Meditation can be quite challenging to western students who are not used to sitting for long periods in stillness so please consider this carefully if you wish to train with Tribe Yoga. Some meditations will be guided and some will be in silence.

All the meditations are an invitation to cultivate the awareness and stillness that is the hallmark of all spiritual practices.


At Tribe Yoga the ancient teachings of the east are taught in a modern way suitable for the western mind so students can flourish in their practice and naturally gravitate to a more yogic lifestyle. They have no bias to any particular spiritual teachings and teach in a non-dogmatic way, which embraces many spiritual traditions and paths.

Studying the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, you will focus on the eight limbs of Ashtanga yoga. The eight limbs illuminate the understanding of what yoga is and how to practice. Tribe Yoga likes to think that the 'real' teachings come from all those who participate in the training discussing, sharing, exploring and debating yoga practice and yogic lifestyle in the animated philosophical sessions that take place each week.

Other practices:


Fasting and detoxing

Chakra studies


Yoga Nidra

Acro-Partner yoga


All trainees who successfully complete the Ashtanga yoga teacher training receive an internationally recognized 200-hour yoga teacher certificate and are qualified to teach whatever style of yoga they love and practice. Holders of the Tribe teaching certificate can register with the Yoga Alliance and other yoga registries as a RYT (registered yoga teacher).

Kura Kura Yoga Retreat is an intimate resort at the shore of Bali and offers you an oasis of serenity, a sanctuary for the body, heart and mind. It is a perfect ground to rejuvenate and immerge into the magic of Bali. The surroundings invites rising with the song of the birds, taking walks along the beach, visiting the many local temples, watching the waves moving in and experiencing amazing sunsets. Kura Kura is settled just 50 steps from the beach of Seseh. A traditional fishing village, untouched by major tourism but close enough to the shops and buzz of Seminyak and on walking distance from Echo Beach, a famous Bali surf spot.

  • Activities
  • Swimming pool
  • General
  • Beach nearby
  • Yoga shala


Canggu is a small beach village, located about 20 minutes north of Seminyak. The name is often used to describe the large coastal stretch of 8 kilometers, running north from the village of Berawa to the village of Cemagi. Canggu can be easily reached by scooter or motorbike, within 10 minutes.

Echo beach

Echo beach is a well-known surfing spot, thanks to its big and powerful waves. It is situated in the west of Denpasar city, a short walk from the retreat. The boulevard has a variety of nice eateries for eastern and western cuisine. Also, the beach features an amazing panorama of the Indian ocean.


The next town north of Legian, Seminyak is more upmarket with mostly luxury accommodation and fashionable high-end restaurants and bars. The atmosphere is much more sophisticated and laid-back than Kuta, and the beach in particular is quieter during the day. Seminyak is also the high end spa and boutique shopping capital of Bali. Nowhere is the up scaling of Bali in recent years more obvious.


Seseh is a tiny traditional fishing village tucked away on the southwest coast of Bali, and has managed to retain the cultural spirit of Bali. Still untouched by major tourism. At the beach you meet Balinese families enjoying the amazing sunsets. Seseh Beach is revered by the Balinese as a sacred beach and is a place where many Balinese go to perform centuries old ceremonial rituals. It is also notable for its great surfing as Echo Beach about 2 kilometers south of Seseh. More than anything Seseh is a superb location to explore the cultural heritage sites for which Bali was once famous. It is the perfect location to see the real Bali.


Perched on the gentle slopes leading up towards the central mountains, Ubud is the other half of Balis tourism duopoly. Unlike South Bali, however, Ubuds focus remains on the remarkable Balinese culture in its myriad forms. Its not surprising that many people come to Ubud for a day or two and end up staying longer, drawn in by the rich culture and many activities. Besides the very popular dance-and-music shows, there are numerous courses on offer that allow you to become fully immersed in Balinese culture.

  • 22 nights of accommodation
  • All meals
  • During the day fruits, purified water, herbal teas, coffee and fresh juices
  • Certification fee
  • Study materials
  • 1 complimentary massage

Verified reviews

  • Review by Maria Pettman from United Kingdom
    9 out of 10

    "The Tribe level 1 yoga teacher training in Thailand Feb/Mar 2017 was an amazing experience which i would encourage any aspiring yoga teacher to enroll in."

    "The standard of teaching was excellent. The principle teacher Rory has a wealth of knowledge on asana and yoga philosophy that greatly surpassed my expectations. his delivery of teaching was perfect and is passion for yoga and teaching, transparent. Steve enchanted us with his mantras teaching and musical capabilities as well as his beautifully led asana classes. His pranayama and meditation classes complimented the strong asana classes and contributed to a beautifully balanced programme. Katerina and Francisca were previous Tribe level 1 graduates and supported the main faculty with a strong knowledge of all the teachings, strong asana, pranayama, meditation and yoga nidra practice but also supported us through friendship and humanity. Overall the standards of teaching were absolutely exceptional. Each and everyone of these teachers were not only good at what they did but were also inspiring role models of yogis. Kind, considerate, open hearted, generous of time, knowledge and spirit."

    "The course is intense but it really does need to be to ensure that the programme is covered. The programme was well set out and fully comprehensive. "

    "The resort was tranquil, surrounded by nature and clean. I would have preferred somewhere a little more in the mountains but that is just a personal view. The food was very good, slightly repetitive but again this is a minor point. I was surprised by how easy it was to enjoy a vegan diet. "

    "I am looking forward to starting my own yoga classes and would like to say a huge thank you to this team and the whole of Tribe for this wonderfully brilliant experience. Namaste"

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  • Review by Sophie Serex from witzerland
    10 out of 10

    "I loved everything about this yoga teacher training,the teachers were amazing and all had something different to teach us with their own approach.The training is very well organized and the curriculum very complete, covering many aspects of yoga and even more. We as students get lots of practice to feel confident to teach to the world once the training is completed. Having days off in between even though it was an intensive training is a nice break and allows for strengthening the bond with out fellow student yogis. The location was perfect, in nature, away from urban hustle and bustle, an ideal place to really immerse deeply into the training. I would do it all over again, I feel like I really learnt a lot during this month ad the whole experience exceeded widely all my expectations. Thank you Tribe! "

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  • Review by Michelle from United Kingdom
    3 out of 10

    "Having attended Tribe Yoga three week intensive course in Goa, I had expectations of leaving feeling lighter, inspired, and excited to pass this enthusiasm on to other people. If this is your expectation too, then this training may not be for you! In reality, my experience was far from what I believed the ethos of yoga to be (and I own a studio with a collective of seven amazing yoga teachers who encouraged me to go do my teacher training). I found it stifled my energies rather than nurtured them and I came away feeling crushed rather than uplifted, as a person and definitely as a potential yoga teacher. Being told how I had to learn humility and how it was maybe my age - that maybe I had trouble taking authority from people younger than myself. Whilst I appreciate an intensive training course must be based around rules and strict organization, I felt these were implemented to the point of patronizing and of a bullying nature, feeling particular teachers were frequently judgmental. I was left feeling demoralized, having been encouraged to purge (vomit for 29 days consecutively), criticized for any communication attempted for a six-hour period each day, and reprimanded with verbal abuse on many occasions. Maybe my age was my greatest hindrance, but having taught and lectured for many years, I just do not consider humiliation as a motivational tool. Good luck if you do!" website, edited

  • Review by Rosemary from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "A training with Tribe Yoga is life-changing. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to deepen their understanding of yoga for personal growth and those who want to become a yoga teacher. You learn so much in a training, it's a lot of work and great fun at times, and a truly nurturing atmosphere"

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  • Review by Lougal from Iran
    10 out of 10

    "What a great training! Five expert main teachers as well as three guests, all extremely competent and enthusiastic to share their knowledge and watch their students grow!"

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  • Review by Laurie from United States
    10 out of 10

    "The Tribe Yoga teacher training was truly life-changing. I signed up for a teacher training as a first step. The diversity of perspectives from the different teachers, the gorgeous setting in India, the warmth they held in their hearts, and the learning process was all amazing and inspiring. The training left me full of gratitude for the experience and with direction on where to go next along my yogic path."

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  • Review by Sian from Australia
    10 out of 10

    "I was completely immersed in the yogic philsophy, the teachers were amazing and it completely changed my life! A big thanks to all of the teachers from the program."

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  • Review by Tamara from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "Tribe Yoga training course is very well thought out and well presented. The information is relayed in a comprehensive and professional manner. It is evident through the results achieved, individually and as a collective group that a lot of consideration and effort went into crafting the syllabus, to not only make it accessible enough to everyone, but at the same time making sure that the optimum information gets filtered through effectively. In addition, there is also a very good balance with the structure of the training in terms of the percentage of time allocated to each specific subject category. I feel that the group received a strong foundation, to keep building on post training completion."

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  • Review by Hannah from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "Once in a life time experience. this fully comprehensive course not only allowed improvement for yoga asana and self-practice but also gave valuable tools for life as a yoga teacher and human being. Fabulous!"

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  • Review by Ashleigh from United States
    10 out of 10

    "The program was well thought out and covered everything that I needed to know. Of course, much of my training has been through other teachers, my self-practice, and my own teaching. But this course was a great basis for learning how to teach and delving deeper into the more spiritual aspects. The teachers were excellent and professional and the environment was beautiful and perfect for an intense teacher training."

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  • Review by Hannah Jackson from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "The Tribe Yoga teacher training course was an incredible experience! Not only was the setting fantastic, but the course itself was wonderful, in-depth, clear, and well-balanced. The variety of knowledge, styles, and approaches gained from the perfectly balanced teachers was amazing, allowing us the students to get a better idea of our own personal teaching styles and preferences. I would strongly recommend this course to anyone. Amazing!"

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  • Review by Jasmine Gadie from United States
    10 out of 10

    "My time at Tribe Yoga will forever be significant in my life. Like so many, my journey to yoga came as a way to save myself from becoming a lost soul. As an expat living abroad in South Korea, I lost both of my parents to heart failure and cancer within a 13 month period. Feeling as though I had lost everything, I fell into a crippling depression that nearly destroyed me. Practicing yoga and meditation was recommended to me by a friend as a way to reclaim and re-center myself. After several months of practice on my own, I could see change blossoming and a part of me emerging that I had not known before. I wanted to learn the deeper aspects of yoga and how this knowledge could greater shape my life. I came to Tribe Yoga with a sincere passion to ignite myself and flourish. Not only had I awakened a sleeping yogini within, but I came away with deeper love for myself, serenity of life, compassion in the world, a connection of the mind-body-soul, and loving friendships. All of my moments spent in the company of such amazing teachers, practitioners, spiritual seekers, and healers have elevated my personal practice to amazing heights. My journey is never ending and I revel in each day spent living and breathing yoga. I humbly thank my Tribe Yoga teachers and follow trainees for their gift of a love and light."

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  • Review by Trent Banyan from Australia
    10 out of 10

    "Since my 200-hour teacher training with Tribe Yoga in January 2013, I have consistently had a daily practice, incorporating it into every aspect of my life. I managed to get a general class at the yoga studio I attend called New Farm Power Yoga. This was a great honor for me as I idolize my teachers there. The trickle effect began, and I had a trial for a 90-minute Power Vinyasa class at another well-established yoga studio named Fusion Hot Yoga. After the class, I received a phone call to say that they were offering me two classes on a weekly basis. Since then I got offered another two classes at Active Life where I lead a 60-minute general class followed by a 90-minute Power Vinyasa flow. I now have six regular weekly classes at great places, but the one I love the most is the one where I lead a class at a beautiful park near my house under the fig tree and the energy of the sun. After a 60-minute asana practice, I teach my students techniques in pranayama and meditation. I can’t thank Tribe Yoga enough for the fantastic training I was provided. My yoga journey continually grows and my whole life feels in line with what the universe has in stalled for me. My classes are a credit to the teachings of the whole Tribe Yoga team and the countless gifts the other students on the course passed on to me! I am blessed to be a yoga teacher."

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  • Review by Rhan from New Zealand
    10 out of 10

    "This course was all that I hoped that it would be and all that it promised to be. I wanted a relaxed and in-depth introduction to the many aspects of the eight limbs of yoga, obviously a challenge to squeeze into a one month intro course, however I really feel that this was achieved. All aspects of the course revealed the dedication, devotion, and care of the teachers to our learning and further progress and understanding of this bottomless sea of knowledge. It was like being safely descended into a scuba dive, slowly exploring the depths of philosophy, asana, pranayama, meditation, teaching, chanting, adjusting, and yoga. My daily practice has continued and developed naturally as a result of this immersion. Even though I have been teaching yoga asana in Bali for five years now, I feel so much more confident and grounded in my personal yoga lifestyle and far more equipped to share what I feel and know of yoga. Many thanks to Scarlett, Sequoia, Raquel, Susie, and Hamid. Namaste."

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  • Review by Lea from United States
    10 out of 10

    "The Tribe Yoga teacher training was an immensely powerful tool to self-study, healing, and understanding the mechanics of the body and the mind. I came to India wanting to deepen my knowledge of the roots of yoga and was deeply inspired by the wealth of knowledge that I was given that extended far past any other studies that I had ever been of part of. Truthfully, I did not know what to expect at all and am incredibly moved by the powerful support and generosity the teachers offered about their own life journeys in yoga and its counterparts. The program was the most dynamic because of the encouragement each person was given to find their own voice within yoga, their own unique voice and style, and the groundwork was set from the first day to transcend any rigid dogma and create an individual path. It was a wonderful wonderful experience and I am forever touched. Thank you! Love and namaste!"

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  • Review by Nathalie from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "The tribe yoga teacher training has been an amazing experience for me; it has given me the skills to teach. From day one, we were teaching each other and I felt there was an emphasis on learning to teach. The anatomy sessions were very interesting and beneficial in really helping to bring the asana to life through learning how each posture affects the body, the muscles used, and the dynamics of stretching and relaxing. This course is the beginning of the journey and has been a great personal experience that I feel has opened me up in a way that enables me to share the teachings with others. Scarlett's knowledge of yoga is immense and she imparted it to us in such an easy way that it was impossible to not learn from her. She was attentive to each of our needs, nurturing us independently and as a group, so that we really grew together throughout the month. Raquel is an inspiring teacher, with a great sensitivity, care, and understanding of yoga and the student. Her style of teaching is fun and lighthearted and yet precise and in-depth. She really looked after us all and gave us as much time and energy as we required."

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  • Review by Evi van Meirhaege from Belgium
    10 out of 10

    "I attended the yoga teacher training in the picturesque town of Bad Mittendorf. The location was very relaxing, as the small town of Bad Mittendorf is surrounded by mountains and rolling meadows. The small town had very helpful and friendly people. The group of students attending the training developed a wonderful rapport amongst themselves. The sharing of breakfast and dinner preparations and eating together was very enjoyable. Although I arrived a couple of days into the training, Scarlett ensured that I soon caught up with her teachings to the rest of the group. As a teacher, Scarlett is very thorough in explaining the material and the mechanics of yoga to the students and the practitioners of yoga. Her style of teaching is consistent with the practicing of the asana, pranayama, and meditation techniques. Enough time was provided to complete the review of the asana with handouts to help the students. Raquel taught the group at the Tribe Yoga teacher training in Bad Mittendorf. The first yoga Nidra session with Raquel was a good indicator to her style of teaching. The following weeks, we realized and benefited from the gentleness of her voice that guided us through the most intense asana and Vinyasa. Scarlet and Raquel shared their own experience in establishing their practice, guiding the new teachers with encouragement and support."

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  • Review by Kathryn Krispin from UAE
    10 out of 10

    "I attended the Tribe Teacher Training course in Chiang Mai in March 2011. I cannot say enough wonderful things about my time there, but I'll try! Through my experience with Tribe Yoga, I grew emotionally and physically. Emotionally, the course was life-changing. I was sort of lacking in confidence and couldn't have imagined teaching a yoga course to anyone! Yet, in the month I was there, I was able to gather the courage and confidence, and a strong belief in myself. The teachers, Mark, Raquel, and Sequoia, were encouraging and supportive through everything. They helped me see what I could be, even when I couldn't imagine it. I grew physically through the daily practice and healthy eating, combined with proper breathing practices. I felt stronger than I'd ever been by the time I left Thailand. I have been teaching regularly since I returned to my home in Abu Dhabi. I feel prepared and confident, and I am so happy I can help others see how wonderful yoga is! Tribe Yoga made it all possible."

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  • Review by Sidone from United Kingdom
    10 out of 10

    "I wish to express my gratitude to all the teachers (including students) on the Tribe Yoga teacher training as I learned a lot about myself and about yoga! The retreat location for the training was beautiful and great for long meditative walks in nature. Raquel and Scarlett offer very different skills and abilities but come from the same place fueled by love and yoga. I feel blessed to have experienced the month long course, the journey has revealed a new me and new way of life and given me the experience and confidence to share yoga with others."

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