YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE UBUD – BALI
200 Hours Multi Style Yoga Ubud, Bali
April 1st to April 25th, 2019
Location : Radiantly Alive – Ubud (Bali)
Style : Multi Style Yoga – 200 Hour Yoga Alliance US
Course Fees, before February 1st, 2019:
Course Fees, after February 1st, 2019:
Non residential course. Food and accommodation are not included.
The course starts on April 1st, 2019 at 6.30 AM.
Course end on April 25th, 2019 at 6.00 PM.
Days OFF are 7, 14 and 21 April 2019.
Why we are not offering food and accommodation?
An intensive yoga course is not a yoga retreat. We do not wish to rent a special place where students will be only with students, without having the chance of meeting the local.
Ubud is a very cosmopolite city. There are plenty accommodations at all prices. You can find a good room with A/C, shower, double bed for 400 USD per month.
Even less if you wish to be slightly outside of the city, you can rent a house for 250 USD. Therefore you might need to rent a scooter as well, but it is also very cheap.
However driving in Ubud should be done with care, please do wear your helmet at all time and avoid fit flop while driving. In the case you wish to rent a scooter, please be sure to have a good insurance. Be responsible.
The food is very cheap and various. For 5 USD per day you can eat easily fresh and tasty food.
There is no need of spending 1,000 USD for food and accommodation. Indonesia is not expensive to live in, even thought Ubud is a very touristic place.
Website such as booking.com has a lot of accommodations to offer, at all prices.
DESCRIPTION YOGA TEACHER TRAINING COURSE
This 200 Hours Teacher Training Course focus on learning and teaching of Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Vinyasa Flow.
Even though most of the asanas are having the roots from Hatha Yoga Tradition, they branched in different styles.
This course has been designed to learn and teach Hatha, Vinyasa and Vinyasa Flow.
The first week will be about the practice and teaching of Hatha Yoga, the second week will be about the Vinyasa Yoga and the third week will be focus on the Vinyasa Flow.
First Week – Hatha Yoga
The root of Hatha is made of two words. “Ha” meaning Sun and “Tha” meaning Moon.
A traditional class of Hatha Yoga starts by 12 Suraya Namaskara.
There will be two modules practiced during that first week.
Asanas will be held for 9 to 12 breaths. Students will be guided with all information of breathing, alignment and precision to teach asanas in Hatha Yoga Style.
Hatha Yoga bring a balance between the lunar energy and the sun energy, the yin and the yang, masculine and feminine force (Shiva and Shatki).
Second Week – Vinyasa Yoga
Vinyasa means “Specific Placement”. The word is made of two part “Vi” meaning from a certain manner and “Nyasa” meaning to place. Vinyasa method of practice has been derived from teachings of Shree Krishnamacharya and Shree Pattabhi Jois.
This practice is more dynamic.
Then the asana sequence starts. Asanas can be hold from 5 to 7 breathes. In between you can add what we call “a vinyasa” which is the connection with Chaturanga Dandasana, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana and Adho Mukha Svanasana.
However please note that Vinyasa is not only about these postures.
For instance there are 3 vinyasa in Trikonasana (1) Inhale spread the arms, (2) Exhale go down, stay here for 5 breaths, (3), Inhale come back up.
Third Week – Vinyasa Flow Yoga
The third week will be focused on the Vinyasa Flow.
When we talk about “flow” it is understood that asanas will be linked to each others. For instance Virabhadrasana II will be connected to Trikonasana toward Ardha Chandrasana. Then will perform a “Vinyasa” with Chaturanga Dandasana, Urdhva Mukha Svanasana and Adho Mukha Svanasana.
The sequence will start with three Suraya Namaskara A and three Suraya Namaskara B.
The asanas will then be connected between each others, through the breath and movement:
All asanas are kept for 5 deep breaths.
During this intensive month, student will start teaching from the second day. The last week is fully oriented about the teaching. The morning practice will be led by students. They can choose the style of practice they want to teach. Time will be given in order for them to prepare their module.
Anatomy classes will be given by Marie Lecuyer, physiotherapist and yoga practitioner. They will be oriented around asana and breathing methodology.
Please note that we are not teaching Yoga Therapy. Anatomy courses will be taught in order to understand our body and muscles. Classes will be playful by drawing muscles directly on the skin to understand their range of movement. If you wish to attend a class with Yoga Therapy technique, this course is not for you.
Might be subject to change
- 7.00 AM – 8.30 AM, Asana practice, pranayama, meditation
- 8.30 AM – 10.00 AM, Breakfast
- 10.00 AM – 11.00 AM, Theory 1
- 11.00 AM – 12.00 PM, Asana Clinic
- 12.00 PM – 1.30 PM, Group Practice
- 1.30 PM – 4.30 PM, Break
- 4.30 PM – 6.00 PM, Asana practice
- 6.00 PM – 7.00 PM, Discussion, Kirtans
We will see in depth:
- How to prepare a sequence
- We will cover 100 asanas with variation, how to adjust, practice
- Clinic Asanas
- Pranayamas practice and teaching
- Understand Kriyas (cleansing of the body)
- Yoga Anatomy
- Patanjali Sutras
- Yoga Philosophy and how to adapt it in our daily life
- Channel of Energy (Nadis)
During the fourth week of the Yoga Teacher Training Course students will led the class for entire group, which will be an amazing experience to cultivate the inner teacher.
THE PLACE – RADIANTLY ALIVE – UBUD, BALI
Radiantly Alive is a famous Yoga Studio located in the heat of Ubud. International Yoga Teachers are coming there to organise their workshops and courses. The Yoga Studio is perfectly located and surrounded with great restaurants and accommodation accessible to any budget.
One of the particularity of Ubud is the food. You can eat whatever you want from a purely vegan diet, vegetarian or gluten free.
The weather on April will be hot and humid (about 28° to 30°). It could be rainy for a couple of hours but it never last.
There are plenty of attractions in and out of Ubud. Nearby you can visit the rice field and the Dragon Fly Village, as well the famous Monkey Forest. Ubud is one of the hub of Yoga well known from all yoga practitioners.
For a better practice it is always advisable to travel with your own yoga mat. However students can use the facility from Radiantly Alive such as Yoga mat, blet and yoga blocks.
VISA BALI – DENPASAR AIRPORT
You can choose the option of Visa on Arrival (VOA), free and valid for 30 days from the day you have landed. You won’t be able to renew it. After 30 days you will have to leave the country. If you stay more than 30 days you might have to pay 300,000 INR per day of overstay.
Some airlines ask passenger to buy a two ways ticket.
You can also choose the option of paying your Visa upon landing Denpasar Airport. For it you will need to go at the desk after your arrival and pay 35$. This visa will be valid for 30 days and can be extended on site with a Visa agent directly from Ubud.
If you know that you will be staying longer than 30 days before booking your flight ticket, you can also apply for a Touristic Visa directly from your home country at the Indonesian Embassy.
The local money is the Rupiah. It is better to exchange your money directly in Bali. At the Airport there is one exchange office proposing really good rates.
Once on site please note that it will be difficult to pay with your Visa or Mastercard. A lot of shops do not accept it, therefore you might have to pay almost everything through cash. Also some of the shop will charge you 3% more for the transaction when paying through card.
As a general rule, better to have cash.
Please note that our Yoga Teacher Training course should not be consider as a Yoga Retreat.
You should have a regular practice before attending any Intensive Yoga Teacher Training Course with any Yoga School.
In order to confirm your registration a deposit of 420€ TTC is necessary. The deposit is not refundable. The deposit is deductible from the course fees.
The remaining amount has to be paid 3 months prior the course.
Do not register to a Yoga Teacher Training Course if you are not practicing on a regular basis.
For more information about the course and registration please contact : firstname.lastname@example.org