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Join ULU Yoga for a 50-Hour Aerial Yoga Teacher Training in Bali, Indonesia! Become a registered Yoga Alliance instructor or simply enjoy a yoga retreat in paradise. Experience a dynamic mix of traditional Aerial Hatha asanas, graceful aerial vinyasa flow, new styles like aerial acro and aerial choreography plus therapeutic approaches like Aerial massage to decompress the spine and relieve pain. Learn detailed analytics and alignment to become a skilled practitioner. Do aerial in nature and release your inner child while flying through the jungle. Practice teaching every day to become a confident instructor and receive a Yoga Alliance certificate.
Budhi Ayu Villas has clean spacious deluxe rooms, air-con, balcony, Wi-Fi, fridge, safe, TV, wardrobe, hot showers and bathtub, plus lush green gardens, swimming pool and restaurant. Shared rooms have two twin beds. A cheaper option is the Shared Dorm at Lagas Hostel, which has nice 6-8 person dorms and is just a 5 min walk from Budhi Ayu Villas.
The schedule is subject to change according to student needs and travel plans.
Each morning you will practice aerial hatha yoga, which focuses on holding traditional yoga poses adapted for aerial. In the evening you will practice aerial vinyasa, which connects poses with breath and movement to create a dynamic flow. Also included is a short meditation and pranayama to focus the mind, warm up the body and awaken the spirit (daily).
Receive detailed analytic instruction of traditional aerial yoga asanas and techniques along with their classical hatha yoga counterparts. Learn correct alignment, cueing, sequencing, adjustments, mistakes, and modifications for various levels. Analytics are detailed with a course manual, which includes scripted sequences and over 50 pictures (daily).
Use swings to support flyers and bases with balance and alignment to achieve creative poses mixing Aerial with Partner and Acro yoga. You will learn to trust and communicate with each other in fun and challenging new ways plus try some therapeutic Thai massage techniques for spinal decompression and pain relief (1x).
Learn to synchronize simple aerial sequences in pairs then coordinate as a group to choreograph an artistic performance mixing aerial with regular yoga, acro yoga, and dance. Create a theme with music and record an amazing video (1x).
Receive detailed analytic instruction of traditional aerial yoga asanas and techniques along with their classical hatha yoga counterparts. Learn correct alignment, cueing, sequencing, adjustments, mistakes, and modifications for various levels (daily).
Explore the body as a holistic system, the biomechanics of movement, the health benefits of various poses, principles of compression and decompression, stretching safely, techniques to reduce pain and heal injuries with an emphasis on the spine (1-2 x).
Receive a brief overview of yoga history and philosophy and learn to create an authentic yogic lifestyle by integrating the ethical guidelines of the yamas and niyamas from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, plus the history and development of aerial yoga (1x).
ULU Yoga's greatest strength is producing confident skilled instructors. You will practice teaching every day plus design and teach an original class followed by detailed feedback. This has proven to be exceptionally effective and many students get great jobs after completing the course (daily).
Learn the qualities of a good teacher, different teaching styles, communication skills, principles of demonstration, observation, time management, group dynamics, fulfilling individual needs, working in various group settings plus establishing priorities and boundaries (1x).
Students must complete 5 hours of pre-course work. ULU Yoga has online videos to practice some basic poses and pranayama. During the course, there is daily self-study, group work and various assignments such as designing original classes and preparing short presentations.
One morning you will trek down the river gorge and do aerial flying through the wild jungle. Additional excursions may include kirtan with live music at Sayuri, ecstatic dance at the Yoga Barn and walk through the famous Monkey Forest (entry fee and taxi fare not included).
This course is open to all levels and students are recommended to take rest and modify as needed for advanced poses. Before starting the course you should to do yoga at least twice a week for a couple of months plus practice along with ULU Yoga's online videos and get a medical check-up.
Students receive printed course manuals based on Teaching Yoga by Mark Stephens, Hatha Illustrated by Martin Kirk and Yoga Anatomy by Leslie Kaminoff, Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, and the Bhagavad Gita. You are encouraged to read these in advance.
The key to ULU Yoga’s success has been open communication. Each week there is a group sharing circle to maintain group harmony and ensure your personal and academic needs are met so your time is truly enjoyable and nurturing on all levels to create a holistic balance.
Since 2014, ULU Yoga has led over 100 yoga courses and produced over 500 new instructors. ULU Yoga strives to be creative and unique while still honoring the sacred wisdom of traditional yoga as a means to better health, happiness, and spiritual liberation.
ULU Yoga RYS is a 200-Hour, 300-Hour, and 500-Hour Registered School, plus a Continuing Education Provider with Yoga Alliance USA. After successfully completing one of these courses, you will receive a certificate of completion and can register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).
RYT who complete a 50-hour or 100-hour Aerial Yoga TT (or other additional courses on offer), will receive a Yoga Alliance Certificate of Continuing Education, which counts as Additional Teacher Training Hours.
Non-RYT (people who have not completed a 200-Hour Yoga TT), will still receive a certificate of completion. Many employers accept this as a qualified teaching credential and ULU Yoga graduates (both RYT and non-RYT) teach Aerial, Acro, Hatha, Vinyasa and SUP yoga all over the world.
Kehkashan (Pakistan) has 20 years of yoga experience. She completed a 500-hour Advanced YTT in Nepal, plus several other courses including a 6 month long intensive training at the Institute of Classical Yoga Pakistan. She has additional certifications in Hot Yoga TT from Absolute Yoga Academy, Advance Teaching Skills at the Yoga Expert Academy, Aerial Yoga TT at ULU Yoga & Sky Yoga Level 2 TT in Bali. Kehkeh’s commitment to practice allowed her to be the first to bring Aerial Yoga in Pakistan, which soon gained popularity.
Since then, she became a lead instructor for ULU Yoga teacher training courses in Bali and Thailand. Kehkeh’s’ passion for improving oneself through yoga is infectious. She is a master at taking you through the paces, drawing connections between poses, giving you the confidence to try tricky things and get into advanced poses eventually. She is tough when one needs to be challenged, & compassionate as she tailors poses to suit one’s capabilities, taking time to discuss students’ health & introduce them to pranayama & meditation, determined to take one deeper into the sublime joyride that is yoga.
She found yoga back in 1999. She was looking for a light supple practice to heal her body after two difficult childbirths. There was only one yoga school in Pakistan at that time and she became a dedicated student. In 2000, her teacher asked her to join their yoga training. She refused as she didn’t want to be just a yoga teacher, but he insisted that she doesn’t have to teach and it’s also good for her own practice, so she changed my mind.
Her first yoga training was more than 1,000 hours long over a 6 month period followed by 3 months of volunteer teaching. She loved it and began to teach professionally. Since 2001, she has taught, practiced and studied every single day despite a busy family life with two kids. Each year, she attends more training to improve her skills in various styles and will continue for the rest of her life. Yoga gave her such an amazing meaningful life and thanks to my instructors and students for allowing her to share what she loves.
Shashi is a certified RYT 500hr Hatha Yoga & 500h Aerial Yoga plus manager and lead instructor at ULU Yoga. After studying law Shashi did several years of intensive training and retreats in India and Thailand to study metaphysics, energetics yoga and Buddhist philosophy. Shashi unfolds her passion for the life-changing power of Yoga with the creation of Aerial Restorative and Aerial Prenatal courses.
Her fiery passion and infectious laughter serve as a transformative inspiration for students and the entire school. Shashi’s aim is to show the compassionate way of self-healing through the opening and acceptance of the body and curiosity of the depth within. She is dedicated to sharing the invaluable gift yoga has to offer for the overall well being and happiness for all.
Edward is an E-200-RYT Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga instructor, is certified in traditional Thai massage, completed several Buddhist meditation courses, and has taught over 2000 hours of Aerial Yoga. Edward started yoga in 2007, studying mainly in India and California. In 2014 Edward created ULU Yoga, which has now lead over 100 trainings and retreats around the world.
Edward has volunteered at organic farms and retreat centers did graduate studies in international education, taught university education plus worked in a music theatre production and performance.
Edward's passion is nurturing others to develop strength and confidence through creative exploration. Empowering others to attain health and happiness creates an abundance of universal love and understanding.
They originally chose the name ULU simply because it sounded nice and had no meaning in English, like AUM. After getting into aerial we surprisingly learned it meant owl in Hindi.
The owl is like an aerial yogi who sits in quiet meditation, peering through the darkness to dispel ignorance and illuminate the true nature of reality. He then flies into action with wisdom and skill to achieve his goal. ULU also means whirlwind or crazy in Arabic languages, where they say “Are you ULU?”
They define ULU as Universal Love and Understanding. All together this summarises perfectly ULU Yoga’s love for traditional yoga and crazy styles like aerial, which can serve to uplift and unite humanity.
One morning you will walk down in to the luscious jungle nature. river gorge behind the Ubud Yoga Center and take beautiful pictures in aerial pics in nature flying above the water on bamboo tripods.
Eddie (USA) has over 6,000 hours experience as lead instructor and coordinator on nearly 100 yoga teacher trainings and retreats from 2007-2019. He is RYT 200 Ashtanga Vinyasa, certified in Aerial Yoga, Thai Massage, TEFL, CELTA, completed several Buddhist meditation courses, volunteered extensively at organic farms and retreat centers, did graduate studies in International Education, taught as a university instructor, plus worked in music theater production and performance. In 2014 Eddie created ULU Yoga, which is now an international success offering monthly yoga courses around the world.
Shashi (Germany) is lead ULU Aerial Yoga Teacher, E-RYT 500hr Hatha-Yoga and 500hr Aerial Yoga. Shashi stepped on the path of Yoga more than 10 years ago with the passionate studies of western, yogic and buddhist philosophy. Her inexhaustible studies of metaphysical and energetical concepts, explaining the functions of the body and mind guided her to breathing and meditation techniques. Soon she came across the practice of physical yoga and found great emotional and mental relief. Her aim is to show the compassionate way of self-healing through the opening and acceptance of the body.
Cody (South Africa) started yoga in 2010 and is Yoga Alliance E-RYT 200 in multi-style yoga with additional certifications in Aerial and SUP Yoga. Cody has several years experience as the lead instructor on numerous Yoga TTC’s, mindfulness retreats, and Mixed Movement Arts and Parkour workshops in Bali, India, Malaysia, and Cambodia. Cody's passion for movement as a whole interconnected discipline translates into all of his classes. He loves to motivate others through Yoga, movement, and philosophy to discover more about the miracle and magic that is the human body, mind, and the world itself.
Bali is known as The Island of the Gods and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Ubud is a vibrant city full of boutique shops, temples and healthy cuisine. This course takes place at the Ubud Yoga Centre's new retreat house, which has massive shala surrounded by luscious green nature. The main centre has a stunning outdoor cafe overlooking a deep river gorge.
Packages include a healthy breakfast with several options including fresh tropical fruits, muesli, yogurt, eggs, Asian rice and soup, ginger lemon tea and more. The resort has a nice restaurant offering lunch and dinner for as low as 3-5 USD. Plus nearby are many superb restaurants including Sage, Bohemian, Eat Co., plus cheap local food and markets.
Ubud is regarded as the cultural center of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists' workshops and galleries. There are some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found, and a general feeling of well being to be enjoyed, all thanks to the spirit, surroundings, and climate of the place. A big variety of different yoga styles can be practiced here with popular teachers from all over the world in a multitude of different yoga studios and retreat centers.
This festival takes place from March 29 until April 3, and is one of the world's most inspiring celebrations of global community, world music and wellbeing! It summons yoga enthusiasts, dancers, musicians and spirituality seekers from all corners of the globe, joining together to inspire one another and nourish each individual's potential within. ULU Yoga can arrange group discounts for everybody who would like to join.
The town and area has a number of art museums, such as the Blanco Renaissance Museum, the Puri Lukisan Museum, Neka Art Museum, and the Agung Rai Museum of Art. Nearby is the Museum Rudana in Peliatan. The Tek Tok is a traditional Balinese dance that is accompanied by musical sound of mouth 'Tek Tok' altogether with various combinations of body movement and other sounds. Many performances of traditional Balinese dance are happening all around Ubud.
The Ubud Monkey Forest is a sacred nature reserve located near the southern end of Jalan Monkey Forest. It houses the temple of death, and approximately 340 crab-eating macaque (Macaca fascicularis) monkeys live there.
The Campuhan ridge walk is a hill from where one can see two rivers - Tukad Yeh Wos Kiwa and Tukad Yeh Wos Tengen - merge. There is one-meter wide of paving block track about two kilometers to the top of the hill.
Kuta and Seminyak Beach are Bali's most famous surfing hot spots stretching for about three kilometers on the south coast of Bali. Blessed by great waves, it has become a famous tourist attraction with a big choice of hotels, bars, restaurants, night club, souvenir shops, shopping centers, entertainments, etc. The beauty of this beach is complemented by the spectacular sunrise that creates the romantic nuance.
Bali is Indonesia's most popular dive holiday destination. Many visitors find the attraction of good shore-based resort diving set against a stunning backdrop of huge, magnificent volcanoes and picturesque rice paddy terraces, simply irresistible.
Gili Islands are a great destination if you are looking for a remote island experience with excellent snorkelling and diving possibilities. Each island has several small resorts, usually consisting of a collection of huts for tourists, a small pool and restaurant. Automobiles and motorized traffic is prohibited on the islands by local ordinance, so the preferred method of transportation is by foot and bicycle or the horse-drawn carriage called a cidomo. Diving in and around the Gilis is also popular due to the abundance of marine life and attractive coral formations. From Ubud, take a transport to Padang Bai (e.g. Perama bus or taxi) - about an hour's drive. There you can catch all sorts of fast boats to the Gili Islands (1.5 hours on the boat).
Free Balinese traditional massage. Balinese massage was developed in the Indonesian province of Bali, with influence from the traditional medicine systems of India, China, and Southeast Asia. Balinese massage techniques include acupressure, skin rolling and flicking, firm and gentle stroking, percussion, and application of essential oils.
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Transfer not provided
Please book your flight to arrive to Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). On arrival to Denpasar airport there will be about 50 taxi drivers fighting for your attention. Just pick one and show them the address and say 350,000 (25 USD). UU Yoga will refund you this amount at reception. Don’t get ripped off and pay more. The trip is 60 TO 90 minutes long. You can also call the resort to arrange pick up, or use Grab or Uber.
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