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200-Hour Multi-Style TTC in Bali, Indonesia

Travel to Bali on your well-deserved time-out knowing that everything is taken care of and you can let yourself fall into a deep journey of the island, yoga, and self. Your Yoga Bali vacation takes place at the same time as the training and is ideal for family and friends of the training participants or yoga enthusiasts who want to experience the depths of training. Your Yoga Bali vacation includes exciting elements: from a culinary journey, deepening your yoga practice, island excursions and activities to self-study and regeneration.

Meet the instructors

Beate
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Highlights

  • Multi-style yoga:Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin
  • Pranayama and meditation
  • Eligible to register with Yoga Alliance upon completion
  • 4 island excursions
  • 1 Balinese massage (at the seaside only)
  • 22 nights in 3-4 accommodations

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Styles


23 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: German
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Accommodation

Batu Karu Coffee Estate/Vulcano Coffee Plantation

is owned by a close friend of Beate’s, Kentri, and nestled on the South Easterly Slopes of Mount Batukaru. It is a magical organic coffee estate and retreat center. Surrounded by 5 nectar of protected jungle, this unique abode is the ideal place to escape for modern living, reconnect with nature, and take in the breathtaking view of Bali and beyond. The ideal setting for your yoga teacher training or yoga holiday. The food is sublime and the energy magical.

Shala Bali

Welcome to The Shala Bali, lovingly created as a sanctuary to reconnect with our essence and realign with nature. Cocooned among the magnificent nature of Ubud, the space was founded on the ancient principles of Balinese and Indian philosophy. The idyllic natural environment, combined with our comprehensive programs is sure to inspire harmony between body, mind, spirit, and earth, the fundamental ingredients to living a joyful, and healthful life. It is Yoga Bali's hope that no matter what you are seeking, after a stay at the Shala Bali, you will depart with a greater sense of peace.

The Kampung/ Village by the Sea

Located right by the sea in Amed in the northwest of Bali. The owner is also a very close friend and ex-business partner of Beate, Vivi, so it is a cozy family affair. Amed is still a rather sleepy fishing village between the ocean, rice fields, and romantic hills and offers the tranquility and idyllic background that is ideal for training, retreat, or vacation.

The Amed area is a great place to experience Bali’s natural beauty and culture and is a well-known destination for some of the best snorkeling and diving on the island. You can swim and snorkel directly off the beach in front of the Kampung and diving is easily arranged nearby. Amed and East Bali are home to some of Bali’s oldest villages with ancient temples, rituals, and music. The Kampung is happy to help you arrange cultural interaction with the local village as well as trips to other villages.

A 100 sqm fully equipped yoga shala with ocean views, 3 kitchens, 3 pools, and 20 different accommodation styles of your choice is surrounded by picturesque tropical gardens. Delicious selective Indonesian buffets complete the paradise experience. Sonores and kayaks are awaiting you to jump into the ocean right after yoga practice!

Pondok Pisang/Eco-beach Retreat

Bali’s best-kept secret, a stunningly appointed family-run boutique sanctuary in the rural setting of tranquil East Bali’s Karangasem region. Also owned by a good friend of Beate’s, Desa, originally Austrian, but in Bali for over 50 years, Pondok Pisang is nestled in the serenity of its own coconut grove with a private white sand beach perfect for swimming and snorkeling far from the tourist enclaves of the south. The large and spacious yoga and meditation ocean-facing studio area is home to our yoga program The restaurant is inspired by the traditional flavors of East Bali with produce and ingredients sourced locally from the surrounding area whilst the new vegetarian menu encapsulates their commitment to taking care of your body.

What are the yoga facilities like?

All resorts have stunning yoga shalas.

At the Batu Karu Coffee Estate the yoga shala is magnificent overlooking all of Bali and is fully equipped – a dream. Probably one of the most breathtaking shalas you have ever seen.

At The Kampung, the yoga shala’s floor is terracotta with ample of space overlooking the pool, garden, and the ocean. It is equipped with blocks, belts, bolsters, and blankets.

In Candi Dasa, you overlook the beach and even have ropes in the wall and Iyengar yoga equipment.

Program

Certification

Students who complete the training are eligible to register with Yoga Alliance as Registered Yoga Teachers (RYT®).

Structure and content of the 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training

Asana, pranayama, and meditation

Asana

  • Multi-style: Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin
  • Daily 2.5 – 4.5 hours of practice of asana, meditation, and pranayama
  • Free movement, dance, boot camp, strength and Fascia training
  • Detailed study of yoga asana, their alignment, cues, adjustments, and Sanskrit names
  • Basic therapeutic yoga (eg for headache, pregnancy, menstruation, back…)

Pranayama

  • Practice of Ujayii 1-8,
  • Single and alternate nostril breathing plus
  • 5 other pranayama stiles

Meditation

  • Daily 5-60 min. meditation
  • Experiencing a variety of sitting/lying meditations
  • Walking meditations
  • Morning silence
  • Day of silence
  • Meditation theory

Anatomy and Physiology

  • Study of the human anatomy Level 1
  • Practical anatomical application of yoga positions
  • Anatomical yoga Level 1 (eg poses, knees, shoulders)
  • Therapeutic Yoga Level 1
  • Massage and body-oriented therapies optional (Rolfing, Core Energetics, Reiki1

Yoga energetics

  • Koshas – human layers system
  • Nadis and Chakras – energy centers & channels
  • Vayus – 5 energy directions on and around the human body
  • Gunas – 3 main characteristics
  • Bandhas – locking points to contain energy
  • Drishtis – visual focus points to contain energy

Yoga philosophy, lineage, and ethics

  • Yoga lineage and history
  • Ethics of a yoga teacher, student-teacher relationship
  • Study of antique yogic texts such as the Bhagavad Gita and Patanajali’s Yoga Sutra

Methodology

  • The art of teaching yoga Level 1
  • Adjustments and demos of asanas
  • Sequencing Level 1
  • Voice of a Teacher Level 1
  • Creating your own Hatha Practice with your group
  • Sadhana: learning to create your own personal, daily personal and all-encompassing yoga practice
  • The business of teaching yoga Level 1

Mythology

  • Yoga-related deities of Hindu mythology and their mantras and chanting

Yogic lifestyle

  • Nutrition, cleansing, fasting, ayurveda, sadhana Level 1
  • Creation of daily personal practice, Sadhana
  • Exploration of values
  • Exploration of the tools for manifestation (Sankalpa)

Mental health

  • Study of the mental, energetic, and spiritual aspects of yoga
  • Classes on trauma, grounding, and basic psychotherapy
  • Group and partner work on mental issues
  • Relating ancient texts to today's mental health solution
  • Study of the self, and self-development individually and in groups with antique and modern modalities
  • Modalities for goal and life purpose (dharma and values); planning and manifestation (new moon)
  • Individual life coaching (extracurricular)

Social responsibility

  • Karma projects and presentations
  • Bhagavad Gita discussions and reflections
  • Focus on community spirit, group events, and team, and partner work

Bali studies

  • Island explorations and trips
  • Guided tours through temples and nature
  • Getting to know the Balinese, their culture, way of life and spirituality
  • Learning by being present at ceremonies, in temples, and through Balinese rituals and customs

Excursions

  • Ricefield trip and hike through the world heritage Jati Luwih
  • Trip to waterfall Yeh Ho
  • Visit and spiritual water cleanse/blessing (melukat) in Balinese Tempel – Tirta *Gangga or Tirta Empul
  • Guided Tour through Coffee Plantation
  • Optional:
  • Goa Gaja in Ubud
  • Piknik/Swim/Snorkel/Cafe at “Virgin Beach”
  • Sunrise boat trip in Amed
  • Sunset Point Green Planet Amed Dinner

Activities

  • Group dynamic activities in nature and in the studio
  • Walks, with theory work in the garden, river, beach, and excursions
  • Walking meditations on the beach and on the mountain
  • Ceremonies with Balinese priests – opening ceremony with blessing in the volcano resort, blessing in the water temples
  • Campfires at the resort and on the beach; fireside evenings in the mountains
  • Snorkeling together, swimming, kayaking in groups or individually
  • Ecstatic dance in Ubud but also in our studio
  • New moon intentions (Sankalpa) ceremony, full moon ceremony (if full moon during training), and cocoa ceremony (if Theresa is present)
  • Massage at the resort (costs approx. 10-15 euros for 60 minutes)
  • Spa visits (near the resort)
  • For vacationers, a whole list and driver (extra fee) for additional activities is available and will be discussed daily with the assistance
  • Therapies/coaching with Pablo (Rolfing, Cranio Sacral) – most students are very enthusiastic and almost 100% of all students enjoy at least 1 treatment for their physical well-being)
  • Tanja (core energetics, breath work – again, most students enjoy a session for mental wellbeing)
  • Theresa (Life Coaching and Reiki – students report “they fly” with Theresa)
  • Practise yoga with the deepest passion – for yoga and life and pass this on to you with all your heart.
  • Work for the highest good – conscious, fair, ethical, tolerant and holistic lifestyle with play and humor.
  • Enjoy individuality – you, your strengths and weaknesses on and off the mat, and your personal values are the top priority.
  • Bathe in a family atmosphere – bring your friends and family. The accommodations are managed by Beate’s close friends – cosy at home overseas.
  • Experience community spirit – the team spirit and the “togetherness and the power” as a group and community with each other and wonderful Indonesians.
  • Feel safe in experienced hands – Yoga Bali and Wellness was established by Beate in 2005 – Bali’s first official yoga company; Beate has lived in Bali since 1991.
  • Highly qualified leadership teachers – taught by multi-certified teachers and therapists
  • Internationally highest standards – your certificate is globally recognized – you can teach worldwide!
  • Continuing education – Yoga Bali also offers 300hr and YACEP
  • Experience multi-style – upon completion, you will teach a basic Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin practice.
  • Expanded modern curriculum – classes in psycho- and trauma therapy for mental health and additional activities are a progressive part of the program; optional life coaching and therapies
  • Explore magical Bali – and travel to 3-4 different destinations; 4 trips included.
  • Back to nature – the accommodation is in the jungle by the volcano, in the rice fields, and on the beach with mobile phone breaks, scheduled silences, and permaculture tours as part of the curriculum and contribution to saving the environment
  • Flexible terms – installation payments; scholarships for Indonesians, and others; incentives for content creator

Yoga style (Multi-style: Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin)

You will teach basic Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin practice by the end of this training. While you also experience a variety of “styles” of yoga:

  • Hatha yoga focused on alignment as taught by Beate practicing and studying the Iyengar method for 25 years
  • Creative Vinyasa flow Inspirations
  • Yin yoga Level 1 Course and Restorative Yoga
  • Therapeutic Yoga Level 1
  • Bali Yoga Bootcamp Style – a combo of yoga and fitness/strength training
  • Sahaja Yoga – Free Movement and Dance

Who is this training/holiday for?

  • Aspiring yoga teachers - to become a 200hr Yoga Alliance certified, internationally recognized yoga teacher
  • Passionate students - to advance your personal practice and dive deeper into yoga wisdom, to experience yoga as a holistic form of life, and to explore your “dharma” (purpose) beginning your journey
  • Health and wellness professionals - to apply your knowledge of yoga to your current profession
  • Students seeking extra support - to receive practical tools through life coaching and psychotherapy in a yogic environment
  • Anyone- seeking an authentic Bali vacation with a yogic twist to clear the mind and strengthen the body

Reading list

In order to prepare for the training in Bali, students are given a reading list. Yoga Bali asks that you please complete a written/painted assignment on three selected books.

A typical day

  • 06:00 - 06:30 - Meditation and pranayama
  • 06:30 - 07:00 - Tea break
  • 07:00 - 09:00 - Asana practice
  • 09:00 - 10:00 - Breakfast
  • 10:00 - 13:00 - Theory, asana lab
  • 13:00 - 15:00 - Lunch and break
  • 15:00 - 17:30 - Theory. work-out
  • 17:30 - 18:00 - Tea break
  • 18:00 - 19:00 - Asana, teaching, studies
  • 19:00 - Dinner
  • 19:30 - Free activities
  • 2 free days

Included excursions

Yoga Bali thinks it is important not only to learn about yoga but also to get to know Bali better in the course of this training. It is not only breathtakingly beautiful but also has culturally and spiritually a lot to offer.

Included in the YTT Program/holiday are 4-5 excursions:

  • Hike through world heritage Jati Luwih rice fields (drink at the restaurant at own expense)
  • Trip to the Yeh Ho waterfall
  • Tour through a coffee plantation with Kentri – an incredible experience and getting to know the biodynamic cultivation and learning about Balinese culture and stability.
  • Tirta Gangga (holy water temple) or Tirta Empul for Melukat (Balinese purification ceremony)

Instructors

Beate McLatchie

Location

Each Yoga Bali Journey is individually designed and you will travel from the mountains on the slopes of Batu Karu across the rice fields of Ubud to the East Coast of Bali to the beach. The journey includes 3 to 4 destinations with different styles of accommodations (you won't stay in Ubud on every trip):

  • Java Joglos wooden hut style on the slopes of volcano Batukaru
  • Traditional Bali style in the lush rice fields of Ubud
  • Boho Beach Life in Candi Dasa with a private beach just for you
  • Javo Joglo Village in Amed by the Sea with 3 pools

Food

Included in the price are 3 daily meals plus water and tea – some sorts also offer smoothies. However, on free days and once a week for the last 2 days, food is at your own disposal. That way, on those days, you can eat exactly what you like.

All resorts offer fresh from the market or their own farm local ingredients, cooked the Balinese or Indonesian way.

Nutrition is very important to Yoga Bali and they consider proper nutrition a very big part of yoga. Yoga Bali makes sure that all food is fresh from the market, of the highest quality, washed with the best water, and preferably organic.

They also see this training as a culinary journey with a focus on “new experiences” (introducing Indonesian and Balinese specialties and ingredients, delicacies that you may not yet know, superfoods, etc..)

They only use olive or coconut oil, and sea salt from Amed and organize extra superfoods like raw Balinese cocoa, Chia seeds, etc.

The BCCE offers local ingredients straight from their farm into the table cooked by an excellent Balinese chef. It’s simply delicious and nutritious. They are famous for their kitchen. 3 times a day plus an afternoon tea.

What does the sample menu look like?

Morning break

Raw cacao smoothie made with coconut-nut milk with cinnamon, bananas, and palm syrup. (Amed)

Breakfast

Fresh, seasonal tropical fruit/fruit salads, homemade granola, chia pudding, scrambled tofu, and superfood surprises.

Tea and coffee in Batu Karu

Lunch

Fresh mixed salads; raw spring rolls; brown rice with pepes (banana-wrapped Balinese delicacies), vegetables, and tofu.

Dinner

Soups as starters; vegetable kebabs with sew potato dishes and salad/jackfruit curries.

Desserts and sugar

There are desserts everywhere, but you will discuss sugar together and try to keep sugar to a minimum. You decide if and when you want dessert (personal responsibility).

Tap water

You can actually drink the tap water in Batu Karu. Otherwise No!! Only bottled or filtered water is drinkable. Please bring your own re-useable non-plastic drinking bottle. Please fill up your bottle constantly with the water supplied and drink a lot, because you sweat even more in the tropics. Dehydration risk.

Can you use this time to detox or go on a special diet?

Special food, nutrition counseling, and detoxification are one of Beate’s main areas of interest and study. She is happy to help with special diet or detox plans. A detox can be arranged before or after the training or a light detox during the training; if only for a day (24-hour fasting) or a 3-day “cleansing” with colonic irrigation (best in Ubud).

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Tea

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

Things to do (optional)

There is so much to do. Bali is so exciting and never boring.

  • Visiting temples and other “spiritual” and cultural Balinese sites
  • Hot springs and water temple baths and purifications (Melukat)
  • Hiking to waterfalls
  • Cycling through rice fields, surfing, diving, beach visits, snorkeling, kayaking, sunbathing, massages
  • Unique acupuncture, crystal bowls or sound baths (Pyramids of Chi Ubud), ecstatic dances (Saiuri’s and Yogabarn Ubud)
  • Therapies such as Cranio Cranio and Cranio Cranio Cranio. ), therapies such as CranioSacral
  • Spa visits with traditional Asian beauty rituals (such as body scrubs with herbs (Mandi lulur), special hair masks with head massages (Creambath), flower baths with ancient herbs, spicy vapors etc.)
  • Visits to Balinese and Javanese healers
  • Breathtaking white water rafting, elephant safaris, volcano hikes, walks, markets, traditional dances, visits to other yoga studios, and famous classes such as ecstatic dancing at Yogabarn
  • Shopping, mountain biking, art galleries, painting, stone and wood carving, ceramics classes, chatting with the Balinese as they go about their daily chores, domestic travel, nearby island excursions, etc.

Just driving through Bali and looking out the window is an adventure in itself.

These further group excursions are suggested but at your own expense:

  • Boat trip for sunrise in Amed
  • Sunset point restaurant Amed
  • Visit at the Virgin Beach

Life coaching and therapies

In case you are dealing with acute or chronic physical pains or mental challenges, the training and holidays are accompanied by well-trained professional therapists such as for

  • Rolfing with Pablo Alvarez USD 100/session

Core energetics, breath work, Hypnotherapy with Tanja Latussek

  • 86 EUR /session
  • Pack of 5: 420 EUR
  • Pack of 10: 820 EUR

Women Life Coaching with Theresa Schiessl

  • 75 EUR /session
  • Pack of 4 plus 1 Reiki: 360 EUR
  • Reiki with Theresa Schiessl 75 EUR/session

Spa treatments

One Balinese massage available at the seaside.

Massage at the resort costs approx. 10-15 euros for 60 minutes

What's included

  • 60% of the program – 108 hours
  • Certificate of completion
  • 3x daily vegetarian cuisine per day
  • Indonesian tax
  • Welcome drink and bag
  • 4 island excursions
  • Trips, activities, and events
  • 1 Balinese massage (at the seaside only)
  • A lot of rest and wifi detox
  • Optional coaching and therapies
  • 22 nights in 3-4 exceptional accommodations

What's not included

  • Flights
  • Airport transfers
  • Transfers between destinations
  • Meals on days off and on some trips
  • Money transfer costs
  • Additional excursions
  • Therapies, massages, spa

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane:

Batu Karu transfer costs for one car holding up to 3 passengers with luggage are Rp. 550,000/600,000 (about 35-40 EUR) and Rp. 700,000 (about 42 EUR) for 4 passengers and more. The costs can be paid directly to the driver. Rates are subject to change. All costs are estimations due to exchange rates.

For your departure, Yoga Bali is happy to organize the airport transfer for you and help you with all details of departure/transfer or assist you should you decide to travel further through Bali or neighboring islands. Beate is happy to assist you with tips. If you would like to organize your own transport, please let Yoga Bali know!

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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