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11 Days 100 Hours Bhakti, Yin, and Restorative Yoga Teacher Training in Buleleng, Bali

Shambala Oceanside Retreat, Bondalem, Tejakula, Buleleng, Bali, Indonesia

Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

Yandara’s Yin / Restorative and Bhakti training in Bali is an elective part of Yandara Yoga Institute's Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Program. You are also welcome to attend just this module as a regenerative retreat or continuing education course. During these the training, you will explore the principals and philosophy of Yin and Restorative yoga along with the healing of sound through Mantra and Kirtan! The days you spend together will be healing and nurturing for the body, mind, and heart. The cultivation of a calmer state of being will be prioritized through daily regenerative practices and activities.

Meet the instructors

Allison & Mercy
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Highlights

  • Bhakti yoga
  • Yin and Restorative yoga
  • Mindfulness meditation practices
  • Yoga philosophy and discussion sessions
  • Ancient yogic texts and stories topic
  • 10 nights' accommodation
  • Meals

Skill level

  • Advanced

Styles


9 days with instruction
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Accommodation

During this retreat, you will be staying in a shared double room at the beautiful Shambala Oceanside Retreat, Bali, Indonesia. Shambala Oceanside Retreat is formerly known as Shangrila Oceanside Retreat.

Program

  • Prerequisite: 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training certificate from Yandara Yoga or other Yoga Alliance approved Yoga Teacher Training for those who wish to fulfill 100 hours toward their 300-hour certification. Prerequisites of six months of yoga practice for those who simply want to deepen their practice with this training.
  • Preparatory study: Purchase and read “The Relaxation Response” by Herbert Benson, “The Woman’s Book of Yoga and Health” by Linda Sparrows and Patricia Walden, and “Be Here Now” by Ram Dass. All participants are required to attend at least 5 Yin or Restorative classes / videos before coming to the training.
  • Contact hours: 90 hours
  • Non-contact hours: 10 hours (to be fulfilled by home study)

Yin yoga and Restorative yoga are gentle, regenerative practices where all the poses are done on the floor, supported by props, to encourage deep relaxation, a natural opening of the joints and optimal energy flow through the body.

This slow, healing practice is a journey into the heart and soul of your being. It naturally cultivates inner listening, heightened awareness, compassion, and acceptance for who you are and where you are in each moment of life.

The focus is on both Yin and Restorative yoga. You will learn how to effectively teach these two distinct styles. To balance the yin and yang energies, this training also includes one yang-style, flowing asana class daily.

Join Yandara Yoga Institute as you let go, relax and breathe your way to optimal health and wellness. The Yin-Restorative yoga training is ideal for those want to advance their yoga teaching career and certification and also for those who simply want to deepen their own personal practice.

Topics explored in the Yin-Restorative yoga training

  • Yin yoga principles and practice
  • Yin yoga postures
  • The difference between Yin and Restorative yoga
  • Restorative yoga principles and practice
  • Restorative yoga postures
  • Structuring a class and effective sequencing
  • Sequencing for organ health
  • Exploring props, variations, and hands-on-adjustments
  • Yin yoga anatomy
  • The science of stress and the relaxation response
  • Subtle body anatomy - deepening the connection to your vital energy (prana), body centers (chakras) and energy channels (nadis / meridians)
  • Chinese Meridian theory
  • Incorporating pranayama within the Yin / Restorative practice
  • Mindfulness meditation
  • Intuitive practice and teaching
  • The Yin yoga teacher as a spiritual guide
  • The Cosmic DJ - the art of using music in your Yin / Restorative class
  • Yin desserts - incorporating subtle energy assists, sound and color healing, aroma therapy, crystal healing, mantras, mudras, poetry and ancient yogic teachings (inspired by tantra, bhakti and universal wisdom)

Bhakti yoga

Born from a deep desire to feel and express one's relationship to the divine, Bhakti yoga offers a way to connect the spiritual heart with everyday life experience.

Become part of the global Bhakti yoga community. Together you will explore many different devotional practices. You will learn to share traditional as well as contemporary mantras and kirtans. You will receive personal instruction on how to play Indian Bhakti yoga instruments, such as harmonium, sitar, tamboura, shruti box, drums, and kartals. Instruments will be provided or you can bring your own, if you enjoy playing the guitar, bring it and learn to play mantras / kirtans.

Learn how Bhakti developed in the yogic tradition, participate in study groups to discuss and apply the wisdom from ancient Yogic texts, such as the Bhagavad Gita, Narada’s Bhakti Sutras, and the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra. Learn and share mythological stories about Gods and Goddesses, and find out about the origin and stories behind many of the mantras and asanas. Become familiar with the Bhakti Yogis of India, such as Ananda Mayi Ma, Sri Caitanya, and the wandering mystic Mirabai.

Heal and unravel your heart’s radiant nature. Bhakti is a world of overflowing love, yoga’s sweetest path to enlightenment. Through Ishvarapranidhana - love and reverence for the essence of life - Yandara look forward to support you in your individual expression of Bhakti Yoga.

Topics Explored in the Bhakti Yoga Training

  • What is Bhakti yoga
  • Sanskrit Mantra and Kirtan
  • Sargam - Indian Musical Notation - discover your SA (voice foundation note)
  • Instrument classes – harmonium, shruti box, tamboura, dotar, sitar, dilruba, kartals, drums
  • Sound healing with Tibetan bowls and bells
  • Ancient yogic texts and stories
  • The history and development of Bhakti yoga
  • The relationship of guru (teacher) and shishya (student)
  • Mudra, Mudra Meditation Kriya, Nyasa (blessing of the physical body)
  • Puja (ceremony) and Arati (offering light with a traditional Indian oil lamp)
  • Sacred food - learn a chant to bless your food and learn to prepare prasadam - blessed food

Instructors

Allison Eaton

Mercy Ananda

Location

This teacher training will take place at Shambala Oceanside Retreat, situated on the northern shore of Bali in Indonesia. Bali is known for its stunning ocean views, beautiful sandy beaches, and surrounded by lush gardens and rice paddy fields.

Food

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Tuition
  • Meals
  • 10 nights' accommodation

What's not included

  • Study materials
  • Airport transportation

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 45 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 45 days before arrival.
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