34-day 300-hour Yoga Teacher Training in Magical Ubud, Bali

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You will solidify your understanding and take your education, teaching skills, and practice to the next level all while being in the most beautiful, blissful place. The home of our hearts. The magical Ubud, Bali.

Are you ready to sweat, cry and laugh one more time? If this is your first time, are you ready to be part of this loving, ever-growing family?

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Certifications

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

Overview

YogaUnion has been delivering yoga teacher training courses (YTTC’s), based on AshtangaVinyasa Flow, an internationally accredited program with Yoga Alliance, for over a decade now.

Enchanted by Bali and its energy since the first training they held here, the original founders, Ourania and Spyros decided to call this magical land their new home. Now permanently situated in Ubud, the cultural and yogic capital of Bali. YogaUnion is currently running 200hr Vinyasa TTC, a unique and authentic course open to those who want to become yoga teachers, or simply deepen their practice. YogaUnion Shala is located deep in the ricefields, overlooking the Ubudian jungle and ricefields, which makes this experience even more magical.

Based on thousands of hours of experience from all over the world, Ourania and Spyros carefully created and shaped the course to deliver the most educational, life-changing experience. The training is designed to challenge and develop individuals at all levels.

How the training looks like

Your days will start with pranayama, meditation, and chanting, balancing us and setting the stage for the rest of the day. You will be introduced to new, more advanced breathing techniques and practice different kinds of meditation methods and mantra chanting. The philosophy classes will take us through the epic Baghavagitta, where you will have in-depth, open-minded, and constructive discussions in order to find yourself there and see how you can apply the traditional yogic ethics, and lifestyle to your modern lives. In the afternoons, you will delve deeper into the practice of Yin, as well as be introduced to even more styles of yoga, like Tantra, restorative, pre-natal, and others, as well as having regular theme-based workshops.

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This 300-hour yoga teacher training program incorporates training hours in the following educational categories and topics:

Practice techniques

  • The course is a 5-week intensive, advanced 300hr training that will build on your pre-existing knowledge, so having already a 200hr certification will be required.
  • Following from your 200hr course, this training will naturally be practice-focused as well. You will analyze all the poses of the Ashtanga Primary Series, as well as more and new Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga postures. YogaUnion will break down, analyze, learn how to perform, adjust and teach those poses and make creative and well-structured flows with them.
  • The anatomy lessons will hug the asana classes, complimenting them by focusing on the understanding of movement patterns, their practical application to your practice, and how each pose affects the joints, bones, and muscles. You will take a deeper look, not only at the muscles and their fascia but also at the nervous system. You will gain more insight into how the mind is connected to your body and how you can invest in that relationship and take the reigns.

Some of the things you will do and learn / what to expect include:

  • Practice every day in your special home deep in the rice fields overlooking the jungle, the YogaUnion Shala. Accommodations in the partner guesthouses in the surrounding area, your magical neighborhood Sok Waya, which is surrounded by ricefields and the local community while being only 10-minutes walking distance from the center of Ubud.
  • Daily, mornings will begin with pranayama, meditation, and mantra chanting, followed by Vinyasa and Ashtanga flow classes.
  • Early afternoons will be focused on deep learning of asanas with an emphasis on alignment, adjustments & teaching methodology. You will dive into the theoretical part, studying Yoga Philosophy or Anatomy (alternating days).
  • The afternoon lessons will be focused on restorative styles of yoga such as Yin, Hatha, Nidra, introducing you to different styles of yoga-like Tantra and prenatal and specialized workshops.
  • Late afternoon lessons will seal the day, with practicing what you learn, working on your final lessons, and studying together as you watch the sun setting behind the ricefields.
  • You will eat at the YogaUnion restaurant a few minutes walking distance from the Yoga Shala, where our chef will be waiting for you, to try out her healthy and nutritious recipes, all made from local and organic fruits & vegetables. You will have 1 day off per week, usually, Sundays where you get to relax or enjoy the surroundings or arrange excursions and small trips to explore Bali.
  • Above all you will not forget to enjoy yourself and have fun in the process! The ultimate goal is self-realization and happiness and creating an experience that you will remember for the rest of your lives.

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Daily schedule sample :

  • 07:00 – 08:15 Meditation, pranayama, and chanting mantras
  • 08:30 – 10:00 Vinyasa / Ashtanga practice
  • 10:00 – 11:00 Breakfast
  • 11:00 – 13:00 Asana Analysis
  • 13:00 – 14:30 Lunch
  • 14:30 – 16:30 Anatomy / philosophy of yoga
  • 16:45 – 19:00 Afternoon class self practice / sequencing
  • 19:30 Dinner

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