21 Day 200hr Bali Bliss Yoga Teacher Training

This 21 day journey is divided into four cycles of 4 days with a day off in between each. 


Throughout each cycle, you will use one of the four elements Earth, Water, Fire and Air as your guide and as the foundation for the lessons, insights, ceremony and healing.


This is a mindful vinyasa flow based practice that allows one to find connection and embark upon an insightful journey within. 


The sequence is rooted in traditional Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa practices but has evolved to meet the needs of the modern yogi. 


Each day begins with an intention, a spiritual lesson of the day, that is weaved throughout the day’s teachings.


In the morning classes, you will explore the fundamentals of yogic living, anatomy, meditation, cleansing practices, pranayama, Ayurveda and the ancient wisdom of the Yoga Sutras through interactive and comprehensive lectures. 


In the afternoon classes, you will fit into the art of teaching and alignment with practice teaching. 


By the end of the course you will have created your own full sequence from the tools provided, and shared this class with the group and facilitators. 


Each day flows within a safe container, held and guided by experienced space holders in an inspiring and heart opening location.


Breath and movement are linked to emphasize the meditative nature of the practice and to find stillness in motion. 


Offering a holistic and well rounded approach to yoga, balancing the Yin and Yang, the passive and active, the lunar and solar, the feminine and masculine energies to leave one feeling centered and harmonious. 

Throughout this process you will explore different paths to Union including movement, song, dance, chanting, ceremony and more. 

Each evening will close with Satsang, a sacred community gathering, which may be meditation, kirtan, chanting, sacred ceremony or a sharing circle to connect and release the day’s challenges, triumphs, insights and joys. 

You will embody yogic living, fully immersing yourself in the experience of living and breathing this practice on and off the mat. For many, this becomes a life changing experiencing.

Styles

  • Hatha Yoga
  • Vinyasa Yoga
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Yin Yoga
  • Yoga Nidra
  • Ashtanga Yoga

Food

  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan

Skill Level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

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Location

Bali, Indonesia

Ubud is the spiritual heart of Bali, a majestic small town, surrounded by rice paddie fields and rainforest and dotted with Hindu temples and shrines everywhere.

Home to many yoga centers, health cafes and streets of local craft shops. The soft temple bells encapsulate Ubud’s magic with historic temples built on almost every street corner. 

There are international flights daily to Denpasar International airport from all over the world. The best way to get around in Bali is by car service and the journey to Ubud from the airport will take at least one hour. 

Food

For the course of the training you will be served 3 delicious vegetarian meals daily prepared with the freshest local organic ingredients. The menu will offer a variety of nourishing options and will be prepared with love. Bali is well known for its abundance of fresh, locally grown produce, as well as exotic spices and flavours! Ubud is also well known for its marvellous vegetarian cuisine and organic ingredients. Expect to find Balinese favourites such as Nasi Campur or Nasi Goreng or Gado Gado, as well as plenty of frehs salads, tropical fruits and healthy treats and snacks. On your days off, be sure to explore the area and happily feast on both the tradtional offerings as well as gourmet healthy raw food, smoothies, and yummy desserts.

Full Description

This 21 day journey is divided into four cycles of 4 days with a day off in between each. 


Throughout each cycle, you will use one of the four elements Earth, Water, Fire and Air as your guide and as the foundation for the lessons, insights, ceremony and healing.


This is a mindful vinyasa flow based practice that allows one to find connection and embark upon an insightful journey within. 


The sequence is rooted in traditional Hatha and Ashtanga Vinyasa practices but has evolved to meet the needs of the modern yogi. 


Each day begins with an intention, a spiritual lesson of the day, that is weaved throughout the day’s teachings.


In the morning classes, you will explore the fundamentals of yogic living, anatomy, meditation, cleansing practices, pranayama, Ayurveda and the ancient wisdom of the Yoga Sutras through interactive and comprehensive lectures. 


In the afternoon classes, you will fit into the art of teaching and alignment with practice teaching. 


By the end of the course you will have created your own full sequence from the tools provided, and shared this class with the group and facilitators. 


Each day flows within a safe container, held and guided by experienced space holders in an inspiring and heart opening location.


Breath and movement are linked to emphasize the meditative nature of the practice and to find stillness in motion. 


Offering a holistic and well rounded approach to yoga, balancing the Yin and Yang, the passive and active, the lunar and solar, the feminine and masculine energies to leave one feeling centered and harmonious. 

Throughout this process you will explore different paths to Union including movement, song, dance, chanting, ceremony and more. 

Each evening will close with Satsang, a sacred community gathering, which may be meditation, kirtan, chanting, sacred ceremony or a sharing circle to connect and release the day’s challenges, triumphs, insights and joys. 

You will embody yogic living, fully immersing yourself in the experience of living and breathing this practice on and off the mat. For many, this becomes a life changing experiencing.

What is included

  • Accommodation
  • Course Material
  • Equipment
  • All Meals
  • Mats
  • Pool
  • WiFi Internet
  • Yoga Props
  • Meditation
  • Vegetarian
  • Vegan
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Accommodations

Shared Triple  at Dragonfly Village

Shared Triple

The accommodations are century-old antique bungalows, original wooden houses brought over from remote villages in Java, decorated with beautiful carvings, 100% recycled teak wood. All balconies are facing the rice fields, with their own private outdoor garden. 


Each bungalow has an attached mud-wall bathroom, passion fruits & vines climbing over the natural roof, semi-open to nature. Hot shower is available. All rooms are supplied with natural organic shampoo, soap and insect repellent. 

Quadruple Suite at Dragonfly Village

Quadruple Suite

The accommodations are century-old antique bungalows, original wooden houses brought over from remote villages in Java, decorated with beautiful carvings, 100% recycled teak wood. All balconies are facing the rice fields, with their own private outdoor garden.

Blue Moon is their biggest bungalows—8 m x 5.5 m inside space with four beds in each corner of the room. Two of the four corners will have two hanging bed space above, but beds are not attached so movement in each bed does not disturb the other. Each corner has a curtain separation. There are two bathrooms attached with organic soap and shampoo supplied and a big terrace outside facing the rice fields.

Private Room at Dragonfly Village

Private Room

The accommodations are century-old antique bungalows, original wooden houses brought over from remote villages in Java, decorated with beautiful carvings, 100% recycled teak wood. All balconies are facing the rice fields, with their own private outdoor garden.

Each bungalow has an attached mud-wall bathroom, passion fruits & vines climbing over the natural roof, semi-open to nature. Hot shower is available. All rooms are supplied with natural organic shampoo, soap and insect repellent.

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Syllabus

HOURS + TOPICS

In this category you will explore techniques as well as practice and teach: asanas, pranayamas, kriyas, chanting, mantra, meditation and other traditional yoga practices. We will emphasis both guided practice of the techniques themselves as well as analytical training in how to teach and practice the techniques.


Trainees will deepen their knowledge of poses including beginner and more advanced variations. Benefits, risks and contraindications will be explored as well as safe transitions, intelligent sequencing, alignment and hands on assists. The five main categories of poses will be covered including standing/ balancing poses, forward bends, backbends, twists and inversions.

Students will practice, experience and learn how to guide several pranayama techniques. They will learn the benefits and effects of such practices as well as how and when to incorporate them into a class. Pranayamas covered in depth will include: abdominal breathing, three-part yogic breath, ujjai pranayama, nadi shodhana, anuloma viloma, and kapalabhati.

Yogic cleansing and purification techniques will be taught and practiced in the form of Jal neti, kapalabhati, agni sara, and tratak. Trainees will be guided on the benefits and how to incorporate these techniques into their personal practice.

You will explore mantra as a path to connection, to invoke spirit and to create sacred space. Trainees will experience, practice and learn mantras to share in class such as Om, the Gayatri Mantra, the Bija mantras for chakra clearing and others.

Various forms of guided meditation will be shared including breath focus, sensory withdrawal. visualization, mantra, chakra. Emphasis will be on quieting the mind and experiencing divine union on this path of yoga.

In this category, you will learn how to refine and apply your skills as a teacher. You will discuss the principles of demonstrating asanas as well as how to effectively observe, use verbal cues and incorporate hands on assist in a class. You will explore the use of language and voice: active vs. passive language and the effective use of each; positive and conscious communication, and habitual speech and communication patterns. This category will prepare trainees to be transformational spaceholders.

Topics in this category will include anatomical terms and basic overview of the physical body, classes and discussion on the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems as well as how these systems are benefited by yoga. Trainees will gain knowledge of the cardiovascular system and the heart and the digestive system and the yogic diet. This category will also include subtle energetic anatomy and physiology, including studies on the chakras and nadis. Trainees will be guided in studying both anatomy/ physiology along with its application to the yoga practice including benefits, contraindications, healthy movement patterns, etc.

This program emphasizes a whole lifestyle approach to yoga as a practice and offers guidance on how to live this practice on and off the mat. In this category, we will cover the study of yoga philosophies and traditional texts, in particularly Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. You will explore this 8-fold path as a means to quieting the mind to reach liberation. This study will include group-work, discussion and application to our practice and daily life. This category will also include the transformational framework in which trainees can practice self-inquiry and develop themselves as embodied practitioners and embodied guides.

In this category, trainees will actively practice teaching as the lead instructor. They will also observe others teaching, receive and give feedback and assist students while someone else is teaching. Trainees will begin peer teaching from day one as they gradually learn and practice teaching the poses and mini sequences in the Sacred Flow that is practiced in the morning and studied in depth in the Art of Teaching/ Touch classes throughout the first half of the training. They will teach this set 90 minute flow in full to a peer, observed by a facilitator. In the second half of the training, students will create their own full sequence from the tools provided, share a 90 minute class through peer teaching and receive feedback from their peers and facilitators.

Certification

Upon completion of the coursework, peer teaching and evaluation, participants will receive a certification of completion which will then enable you to register with Yoga Alliance as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200).

Schedule

TIME
ACTIVITY
6:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Meditation, Pranayama, Asana
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Breakfast
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Spiritual Lesson, Daily Intention
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Anatomy or Yoga Philosophy
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Special Topic
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Lunch and Break
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Art of Teaching/ Art of Touch
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Dinner
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Satsang (evening gathering)

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Bali, Indonesia

Ubud is the spiritual heart of Bali, a majestic small town, surrounded by rice paddie fields and rainforest and dotted with Hindu temples and shrines everywhere.

Home to many yoga centers, health cafes and streets of local craft shops. The soft temple bells encapsulate Ubud’s magic with historic temples built on almost every street corner. 

There are international flights daily to Denpasar International airport from all over the world. The best way to get around in Bali is by car service and the journey to Ubud from the airport will take at least one hour. 

Venue   Dragonfly Village
Dragonfly Village, Venue for 21 Day 200hr Bali Bliss Yoga Teacher Training

Dragonfly Village, set amidst the lush green rice fields, is an oasis of tranquility in bustling Ubud. Palm trees line each sunrise and sunset against the beautiful backdrop of sacred Mt Agung and the northern mountain ranges in the distance. Dragonflys represent metamorphosis and transformation. The main symbolisms are renewals, adaptability, grace and positive force. They fly abundantly here in the rice field, a symbol of the sense of self that comes with maturity. A creature of the wind, that represents change, and knows it must live life to the fullest with the short life it has. Dragonflies are courage and they are the power of life.


Dragonfly Village focuses their energy on living simply and consciously within an organic environment. The accommodations are century-old antique bungalows, original wooden houses brought over from remote villages in Java, decorated with beautiful carvings, 100% recycled teak wood. All balconies are facing the rice fields, with their own private outdoor garden. Conscious living is encouraged, this is the perfect place for those who enjoy being in nature, healing and learning.


Each bungalow has an attached mud-wall bathroom, passion fruits & vines climbing over the natural roof, semi-open to nature. Hot shower is available. All rooms are supplied with natural organic shampoo, soap and insect repellent. The beds and furniture are specially designed, made from recycled wood plough, which the farmers used with the buffaloes to plough the rice fields before.


Only a short walk away from the center Ubud, but tucked away from the action, Dragonfly Village offers the best of both worlds. Ubud is easily reached via taxi or private shuttle from Denpasar.