Bali, a beautiful paradise where you see a perfect combination of rice fields, mountains, and an endless ocean. It is also very well known for the centuries-old temples with beautiful architecture right in the lap of nature. This combination of spiritual experience along with the breathtaking landscapes makes it a great place to refresh and rejuvenate the mind, body and soul
Bali is a key tourist destination that attracts people from all over the world irrespective of whether they do Yoga or not. It is a place where tourists find a well-balanced combination of peace, calmness, spirituality, adventure and entertainment. It is also well known as “The Island of Gods”, as performing Yoga here takes you to the state of mind where you feel absolute bliss.
Bali is also one of the hubs for health and wellness. You will find a lot of Yoga schools. Spa and massage centers, and meditation-specific programs in every corner of this place. The basic spiritual culture of this island is coming predominantly from the Hindu community. There are a variety of Gods worshiped in Balinese culture, however, the three main ones are Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva.
Another beautiful fact about Bali is the powerful energy it carries. Just like how human beings have their own energy centers which are called as chakras, mother nature also has her own. This place is an energy vortex that is also the location of the Earth’s Kundalini energy, formed by its two large Ley Lines which intersect and have great power and energy. This center is thought to purify the Earth, and therefore help to cleanse and rejuvenate our own soul and body as well. Bali is also known as the “World Purification Center” where the energy of the planet gets cleaned. Some of these high energy places in Bali are Uluwatu, Batur, Batakau, Agung, Tirta, Pulaki.
Considering all of the above factors this place is an appropriate location for someone who is seeking healing of mind and body. For centuries it has been known that the local people of Bali carry this special energy that the place provides. It is a place that amplifies your emotions and experience to confront the deepest truth that resides within all of us.
For people visiting here, it is hard to ignore the power, even if they don’t believe in this kind of thing. Sometimes just meditating in between the beautiful architecture of these temples will bring in a lot of instant shifts in energies within you. So, no wonder so many yogis and spiritually inclined people are called to this magical place.
So, if you are someone who is looking for a peaceful and beautiful location to start your spiritual and holistic journey of Yoga, Bali Yoga Ashram’s 200-hour Teacher training course will be a perfect stop shop. This training course is designed for anyone who is at a beginner to an intermediate level. It covers all aspects of Yoga right like Yoga philosophy which is very important to be more aware and conscious about the way of life, Pranayama which is explained in detailed theory along with mindful breathing practice on a daily basis, meditation to declutter the mind and bring that peace and serenity within each one of us, asana practice to make sure that we move our body synchronizing with the breath to get into a posture which is stable and comfortable, Yoga anatomy and alignment theory classes to ensure safe and injury-free asana practice. This course will not only help you become a better Yoga teacher but also give you the confidence to get into any postures without being fearful and with complete ease. Also, as a person, you will see a great level of transformation, as these 24 days’ program, you will be completely cut off from your busy life and our very experienced teachers will help you to unwind, create space, flexibility and strength not only in your body, but also in your mind.
Bali Yoga Ashram’s Teacher training courses are registered with Yoga Alliance, USA. So, at the end of the course, you will receive a certificate that is recognized worldwide.
So why wait? Join us for our upcoming batch of 200 hour yoga teacher training in Bali. We will be really happy to see you. Aum Suastiastu.