200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training


About The 200-Hour Program​

The 200-hour curriculum establishes the postures for the students, as well as introduces various Sanskrit terms for various Hatha Yoga asana to the student. It is not necessary for the student to have a high degree of proficiency in the use of the Sanskrit terminology.

Instruction is intended for the Beginner to Intermediate level yoga practitioner, but is by no means limited to these levels of practice, and is ideal for Advanced level practitioners as well.

In addition, students are encouraged to understand and utilize Sanskrit terms (in addition to English terms) when referring to each posture.

Prerequisite: Some exposure to yoga through public classes or videos, with a minimum of 2 years of practice. Practice need not be consistent (i.e., 1-3 days a week). No prior teacher training certificate required.


Course Dates

  • 3RD AUGUST – 5TH SEPTEMBER, 2020 || ONLINE || USD $1,200
  • 14TH SEPTEMBER – 17TH OCTOBER, 2020 || ONLINE || USD $1,200
  • 26th OCTOBER – 28th NOVEMBER, 2020 || ONLINE || USD $1,200
  • 9TH – 30TH JANUARY, 2021 || USD $3,675*
  • TBD || NOVEMBER, 2021 || USD $3,675*

*Tuition Fees listed are for Double Occupancy in Bali. Contact us for Single Occupancy options.

Your Investment Includes*

* Airfare is NOT included. Contact us for assistance with Ground Transportation.

Example Daily Schedule

6:00 AM Wake Up
6:30 – 6:45 AM Herbal Tea
6:45 – 7:00 AM Nasal Cleansing
7:00 – 7:30 AM Mantra Chanting, Pranayama
7:30 – 9:00 AM Yoga Asana
10:00 – 11:00 AM Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM Yoga Philosophy
2:00 – 3:00 PM Library / Self-Study
3:00 – 4:00 PM Teaching Methodology, Yoga Nidra (starting 2nd Week)
5:00 – 6:30 PM Pranayama and Asana
6:30 – 7:00 PM Meditation


About Bali


Bali is a beautiful island in the Asia-Pacific.  Known as “The Island of the Gods,” Bali offers vast contrasts from seemingly endless stretches of coastline along its beaches to its lush green rice fields to its numerous majestic temples.


Bali is approximately 8 degrees south of the equator. So you can expect a tropical, warm and humid climate all year around with two main distinctive seasons: Dry Season and Rainy Season. Its tropical climate creates an environment with temperatures that do not fluctuate much from one month to the next.

There are generally two monsoon seasons: A dry one (May to September) and a wet one (October to April). Monsoon refers to the wind, not the rain. However, even in the wet monsoon season, it is likely it will be sunny for a great part of the day.

The best times to visit Bali are the months of April, May and June because it’s still dry season and it’s slightly less humid during these months.

Cultural Experiences

Greet unexpected wonders of the Balinese surroundings and traditions.


Nestled on the shores of East Bali within its own private coastline bay, Seraya Shores is surrounded by natural beauty and tucked away from the hustle and bustle. The calm and serene environment and proximity to the ocean invites students to refresh their bodies and relax their minds, whilst being free from any external disturbances.

This beautiful property is meticulously designed to embrace you into the enchanting bounty, beauty and bliss of Bali. Each spacious room features an A/C and a private sitting area, along with a terrace overlooking the sea. Enjoy.

Our daily practice takes place in a beautiful open-air yoga shala constructed with a Balinese-designed structure with stunning views of the ocean and a refreshing sea breeze. After practice, take a dip in the stunning infinity pool, or a stroll along the beach, which runs along the edge of the property. Enjoy breathtaking sunrises and sunsets every day in this tropical oasis.