28 Day 200-Hour Foundational Yoga Teacher Training

Join a premier yoga training that is focused on each individual’s journey and set path. Certified and passionate trainers from both Vietnam and their partner school in India will be your guides in this month-long comprehensive program.

Designed for those who want to advance their lives being guided by yoga's principles and philosophies, create your own path or advance along a new one to becoming a fully-certified yoga instructor. You'll get the chance to further your training or to seek new areas of knowledge after finishing the course, which has been certified by the International Yoga Alliance.

The 200-hour yoga teacher training provided is meant to build a strong and lasting foundation for a deeper self practice and start you on the path to becoming a yoga teacher. The course is packed with information, but scheduled and delivered in a way that keeps you interested and wanting to practice more! All levels are welcome in the 200-hour training as each yogi will choose to pursue their own path with individual vigor.

This package includes your accommodation, 3 meals per day, yoga equipment such as mats and classes on yoga that range from topics such as philosophy, anatomy, and meditation. Experience Pranayama, Hatha, and Ashtanga yoga classes every day, and acquire your own Yoga Alliance certification upon completion of the course.

What is included

  • Yoga Props
  • Mats
  • All Meals
  • Accommodation
  • WiFi Internet
  • Course Material
  • Air-Con Room



This course is approved by Yoga Alliance. Upon completion of the course you will be qualified at a 200hour Registered Yoga Teacher level that allows you to teach globally.


5:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Daily Cleansing/Shat Kryia
5:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Hatha Yoga
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
10:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Philosophy or Chanting
11:30 AM - 12:00 AM
Meditation/Yoga Nidra
12:30 PM - 12:00 AM
1:30 PM - 12:00 AM
2:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Self Study Break
4:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Ashtanga Vinyasa
6:00 PM - 12:00 AM
TIME OFF On your off time, you can choose to explore the city and its beautiful sights, streets, eats and sounds! Wander about the colourful location and get a feel for this beautiful cultural part of the world.
Venue   The Nomad Studio

Nestled in the quiet town of Hoi An, the Nomad Studio is an oasis of calm hidden in an already quiet town. Within its walls lies a studio that will not only train, but impart the wisdom and guidance necessary in order to find inner peace - and to still the mind and steady the heart in the middle of all the chaos in one's life.

Combining both Nomad Yoga Studio and Nomad Café, this is a place to relax and feel nurtured, whether you are participating in the variety of the yoga classes or nourishing one’s body with fresh home-made vegetarian cuisine dishes and drinks.

The studio offers Ashtanga, Gentle Hatha & Hatha classes for all levels, as well as Guided meditation practices to get your body aligned and the energy flowing. The classes welcome everyone, regardless of fitness level, or yoga experience.

For the Yoga Teacher Trainings, guests can stay at the nearby Dong Nguyen River Homestay. Overlooking a river, Dong Nguyen Riverside Homestay is located in Hoi An. At Dong Nguyen Riverside Homestay you will find a 24-hour front desk, a garden and a terrace. Guests can use the shared kitchen to prepare their own meals. Other facilities offered at the property include a ticket service, a tour desk and luggage storage. The property offers free parking.

If you feel like visiting the surroundings, check out Japanese Covered Bridge (600 m) and Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation (700 m). This homestay is 23 km from Da Nang International Airport. Cam Pho is a great choice for travellers interested in culture, old town exploring and atmosphere.



Vietnam has no shortage of delicious food to provide to those who are looking for healthy hearty options - as the country's collection of herbs and spices, along with a thriving agricultural background specializing in farming gives you a wide selection of tasty vegetarian dishes. Foremost among these is the classic Vietnamese pho, noodles with tofu and herbs; banh xeo, rice flour pancakes; hotpots, which can be made with a little chili paste and fermented tofu and so much more. Delight your tastebuds with natural Vietnamese cuisine!



  Quang Nam, Vietnam

Warm-hearted, welcoming and traditional, but never out of touch with the outside world, the people of Hoi An are in overdrive mode trying to catch up to the opportunities their new found fame has recently given them.

A slow stroll through town reveals its gems. Hoi An has to this day well preserved its most sacred treasure, the centuries-old architecture. The town used to harbor foreign traders back in the 17-18th, and once was an important heavily-frequented trading port in Southeast Asia. The foreigners come from all corners of the world, but mostly are Chinese and Japanese nationalities. Some come and go, but many settle in permanently and etch their marks into the history of Hoi An.

Mixing together with Vietnamese design, Chinese and Japanese accents melt and create a picture-perfect Hoi An of the late 19th century, which it has somehow remained mostly intact since. The end product is an oddly strange-yet-familiar sight that exists nowhere else in the world. To this day, few descendants of the foreign traders remain but the architectural setting manages to survive the damage of time.

To reach this quaint town, you can take a cab from Danang airport.

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