25 days 200hr Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training at Lovina, Bali

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Dive deeper into the true art of Yoga teachings and philosophy, join Parahita Yoga Teacher Training at the beautiful  Lovina  Bali. Deepen your courting along with your yoga exercise, build a day by day exercise of asana, pranayama, and meditation that suits you, benefit the talent set you will need to teach others. You’ll emerge with a broader expertise in Vinyasa, yoga philosophy, pranayama, and meditation. If you live and breathe the yogi way of life, you will be mind blown with our scenic location that is close to the beach only 50m with Calmer waves, serene black-sand shores, thrills in the offing, a nightlife scene, and watch dolphins in their natural habitat

  • HIGHLIGHTS
    • Intensive study on learning yoga philosophy and the art of teaching
    • 200-hour Hatha Vinyasa Internationally accredited Yoga Alliance official certificate
    • Practice and share the experience with certified and professional Yoga Practitioners
    • Daily breakfast
    • 24 nights accommodation in the beautiful Lovina Bali.
    • Deeply Transformative inner journey
    SKILL LEVEL
    • Beginner
    • Intermediate
    • Advanced
    YOGA STYLES
    • Hatha
    • Vinyasa

    25 days with instruction in English

    Spoken languages: English

    The maximum participants in the group is 20

    Airport transfer included: Ngurah Rai (Bali) International Airport

  • Facilities
    • Environmentally friendly
    • Multilingual staff
    • Restaurant
    • Terrace
    • Bicycle rental
    • Free Wi-Fi
    • Close to the beach
    • Flat-screen TV
    • Cable Channels
    • Satellite Channels

    During this training program, you will be staying at Hotel My Lovina Set in the harmonious surroundings of Lovina, Bali and only a 1-minute stroll away from the beach, Hotel My Lovina offers a tranquil retreat for everyone, With a wonderful variety of accommodation with Lush tropical gardens and pool views to suit your individual needs, from superior room ,queen room , king room and twin room.  they provide free Wi-Fi, desk and a flat-screen TV. Offering a private bathroom equipped with a shower and free toiletries. All units have cabinets. Sit back relax and enjoy the ambiance of the 10-meter outdoor pool.

    What’s included
    • 24 nights accommodation
    • Airport transfers pick and drop
    • All yoga teaching resources
    • Balinese healing massage
    • Ceremony at Bali Water Temple, opening and closing ceremony
    • Daily workshops
    • Delicious breakfasts
    • In-depth yoga philosophy classes
    • Manual books
    • Meditation and breathwork
    • Morning and evening yoga asana practice
    • Sanskrit mantras
    • Unlimited purified drinking water
    • Yoga Alliance 200-hour certificate upon successful completion
    • Parahita T-shirt/top and Tote bag
     What’s not included
    • Airfare
    • Other activities and day tours
    • Personal expenses
     How to get there
    • Arrival By Plane

    Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Parahita Yoga will pick you up from the airport.

    Food

    The training package includes breakfast during the whole course. Unlimited drinking water will also be provided.

    RESTAURANT

    The restaurant caters for vegetarian option and meat option.

    THE FOLLOWING MEALS ARE INCLUDED:
    • Breakfast
    THE FOLLOWING DIETARY REQUIREMENT(S) ARE SERVED AND/OR CATERED FOR:
    • Vegetarian
    • Vegan
    • Organic

    If you have special dietary requirements it’s a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

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  • WHY PICK PARAHITA YOGA FOR YOUR YOGA TEACHER TRAINING?

    Advance your personal practice and dive deeper into the knowledge of yoga.

    Experience yoga as a holistic way of life

    Find your “dharma” and begin your journey now.

    Build up your own sadhana

    Build up your own asana

    This yoga teacher training course provides the best of Bali has to offer including amazing beaches, the tastiest foods, eco-friendly accommodations, spectacular dolphin show, and a vacation of a lifetime. Together with a deep retreat style 200-hour yoga teacher training that will let you dive deep into yourself and into the ancient lore of yoga.

    The curriculum is based on classical yoga using elements from the ancient scriptures such as Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita, Vedanta, Upanishad, Hatha yoga Pradipika, and Tantra yoga combined with modern spiritual teachings.

    As a student at Parahita Yoga Teacher Training, you will not only learn the art of teaching yoga asana, but you will also gain a comprehensive understanding of the philosophy, lifestyle, and techniques of yoga, while enjoying the paradise that is Bali, where the body and heart open easily, the mind relaxes, and your meditation becomes more profound.

    Parahita Yoga believes that in order to become yoga teachers. Once should progress on their own journey of evolution and this is what they offer to you, a deep transformational process of growing, expanding, and learning. They believe that each person should teach from a place of inner balance and harmony, from their knowledge they gained through experience rather than borrowed from books. In the training, Parahita Yoga helps the students go into themselves, overcome their limitations and inner struggles and find the internal yoga teacher that is already in them (as in everyone); and Parahita Yoga does this through a deep process of self-inquiry, inner healing, and transformation.

    CURRICULUM
    • Deep yoga history and philosophy
    • Meditation
    • Mudras, bandhas and pranayama
    • Asanas
    • Practicum
    • The art of teaching
    • Yoga ethics and morality
    WHAT TO EXPECT
    • Assist you in your desire to uncover your true self
    • Create a safe, supportive environment for you to explore your heart and mind
    • Elevate your energy and motivation
    • Help you to develop awareness of your body and mind
    • Improve your concentration and deepen your meditation practice
    • Increase your confidence in teaching others
    • Increase your physical strength and flexibility through asana
    • Provide inspiration for you to become a better yoga teacher
    • Refresh your body and mind to increase your physical, mental, and spiritual health
    WHAT YOU WILL GAIN
    • A body nourished with healthy food
    • A new perspective and worldview
    • A priceless experience and a lifetime of memories
    • An internationally recognized yoga teacher certification
    • The confidence to share the joy of yoga with others
    • The discipline to conduct yourself in a manner that is consistent with the yamas and niyamas
    • The knowledge of how to maintain your health through natural methods
    • The knowledge to teach various styles of yoga to a variety of populations
    EXAMPLE OF DAILY SCHEDULE
    • 07:00 – 07:30 Meditation
    • 07:30 – 09:00 Asana practice
    • 09:00 – 10:00 Breakfast
    • 10:00 – 13:00 Yoga philosophy
    • 13:00 – 14:00 Lunch, Free time to explore the area and enjoy the beaches
    • 14:00 – 17:00 Teaching practice or Lectures
    • 17:00 – 19:00 Freetime
    • 19:00 – Dinner
  • Yenny Christine

    Yenny Christine is a very experienced yoga teacher, she started yoga in 2003 and has been teaching since 2006. She now has a yoga studio in Bandung: Prana yoga studio bandung. She loves Vinyasa yoga and the aim of her vinyasa is to move as smoothly as possible from one asana to the next. She practices all kinds of poses but her favorite groups of asanas are backbends because she thinks they’re very intelligent and beautiful.

    Dada Vibrakarananda

    Dada searched for spiritual answers since his childhood and was finally introduced to holistic practices of yoga poses, meditation, Tantra, and Rajadhiraja yoga in 1993. In 1999, after several years of working in the corporate world, Dada’s strong vision for spirituality led him to a major turning point in his life when he decided to leave his job and become fully immersed in a devoted path of yoga. He went on to pursue training in India as a sannyasin, senior yoga monk. From then, he spent most of his time teaching yoga and meditation in Taiwan and Australia and eventually returned to Bali.

    Puspa

    Puspa has over two decades of experience on the mat. She has been practicing yoga since 1992 and has taught yoga all over Southeast Asia. In addition to the various classes she offers, she also has background in meditation as well as philosophy.

    Yovia Jogia

    Yovia started her yoga practice in Singapore about 10 years ago. It took only one teacher to spark something inside her. A teacher who can relate to the principles of yoga beyond asanas during class. Without the intention to teach, she brought with her a teaching certificate from Yoga Alliance back to Jakarta. But now the life of a corporate world could not stop her urge to share her knowledge. She started to share with her close circle, opportunities to teach yoga came like a flash flood. Now she believes in giving her all as a teacher and at the same time never stop learning.

    Nyoman Wahyuni

    Yuni got her first introduction to yoga many years ago during her college period. Later she took initiation from Ananda Marga Tantra Yoga in 2001 and learn more about meditation and philosophy based on Tantra Yoga. By the time she realized that she wants to share her passion in yoga to others. Yuni took various International certificates to support her passion in teaching yoga. She is an International Registered yoga teacher (Yoga Alliance) for 2 various styles: Yin Yoga (200Hrs) and Yoga Pranala (200Hrs). She will guide you through Yin Yoga, Yoga Pranala, and more.

    Via Wijaya

    Via has taken her yoga journey long before she realized about taking this path. The yoga track helps her to expand her talent in understanding herself and others thought practice of asana, breath work and meditation. She has found a complete circle of yoga teaching which her day-to-day life more valuable and adventurous. Her classes is filled with relaxing energy, she shared her passion in philosophy of yoga as well as taking care of the flow of breathing and movement through all types of her asana teaching. Her classes are perfect for beginners and provide certain level of challenges for intermediate students to align breath, focus, bandha and postural movements. At the finishing class, often she give a spiritual and energetic treatments to those who enjoys her classes. Enjoy!

    Mano Hara

    Mano Hara grew up in a small village in Bali and later moved with his family to Denpasar in search of a better life. At age 14, his friend introduced him to martial arts. He worked hard at the sport until an injury kept him from practicing for two years.
    In 1990, Mano began practicing yoga at Ananda Marga in Denpasar and enjoyed relief from his injury in just one year. He tried Tantra Yoga and was then introduced to the Master, Shrii Shrii Anandamurti.He also practiced a daily meditation technique learned from Ananda Marga.Since 2000, Mano has been teaching yoga in Bali and learned antigravity yoga in 2014. He now lives the life he’s always dreamed.