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200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

"Embark on a Journey of Self-Discovery: Unleash Your Potential with 200hrs Teacher Training Course"

Overview of 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Course in Bali

Bali is renowned as a top yoga destination, attracting yoga enthusiasts from all over the world. Whether you're seeking relaxation, spiritual growth, or simply a chance to deepen your yoga practice, Bali is a compelling destination for yogis of all levels. There are many yoga schools in Bali promising to offer the best in the field of yoga and one such renowned school is Bali Yoga Studio.

We are here with the best yoga teacher training course for beginners, i.e. 200 Hours Yoga TTC in Bali. It is the first step for all yoga enthusiasts to enter into the world of yoga.

A 200-hour TTC is the minimum requirement set by Yoga Alliance and many other yoga organizations for their basic yoga teacher registration. By successfully completing this program, you meet the educational criteria necessary for registration. Upon completing a 200-hour TTC at a Yoga Alliance-registered school, you are eligible to register as a RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) at the 200-hour level. This registration demonstrates your commitment to professional and ethical standards in yoga teaching.

Yoga Alliance registered, 200 Hours Yoga Teaching Course at Bali Yoga Studio is 21 days residential program where you learn and grow your skills with us. During this journey, you will develop essential teaching skills, including how to sequence classes, give clear instructions, offer adjustments, and create a safe and inclusive teaching environment. These skills are crucial for becoming an effective yoga teacher.

The course in Bali is led by professional teachers in the same field who help you grow and deepen your understanding of yoga and its aspects. The theoretical and practical classes with a comprehensive curriculum offer you an opportunity to learn various styles and types of yoga. After a point, you also get a chance to lead classes under the guidance of experienced instructors. This hands-on experience is invaluable for building confidence as a teacher.

The course is residential, so you will get a chance to connect with like-minded individuals. This helps foster a community among participants. This network can be beneficial for career opportunities, mentorship, and ongoing learning.

Eligibility - Who can Join the 200 Hours Yoga Course?

Well, there is no such eligibility necessary to join the 200 Hours Yoga TTC. All that matters is your zeal to learn. However, you can join the course if -

  • You are new to the term yoga and want to know about it despite coming from a non-yogic background or community.
  • You wish to start a career as a registered yoga teacher or instructor.
  • You are focused on your physical fitness or wish to tone the body.
  • You are dealing with a mental or emotional breakdown and wish to overcome it.
  • You want to soulfully connect with the divine.
  • You are searching for a way to deepen your knowledge or teaching practice in yoga.
Course Highlights that Spark Your Journey
  • Private or shared accommodation of 21 days
  • Daily healthy meals and herbal drink
  • Opening havan ceremony or fire ceremony
  • Cleansing kit to help you throughout the journey
  • Study materials and complete training manual
  • Excursion to near iconic locations
  • 24/7 support from our team
  • Theoretical and Practical classes of yoga and its aspects
  • Wi-Fi access at the premises
  • Ayurveda, Kirtan, and Sound Healing Sessions

Course Syllabus

Mantra & Mantra Chanting

Mantras are words recited to attain the divine. It offers powerful benefits at physical, mental, and spiritual levels. Topics you learn:

  • Mantra Pronunciation
  • Mantra Meaning and Interpretation
  • Chanting Techniques
  • Mala Bead Usage
  • Mantra Meditation
  • Mantra Selection
  • Cultural and Historical Context
  • Integration into Daily Life
  • Respect and Ethics
  • Personal Practice and Self-Exploration
Hatha Yoga

At Bali Yoga Studio, we teach the ancient practice of Hatha Yoga and impart its knowledge to practitioners.

Standing Asanas:
  • Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
  • Uttanasana (Forward Bend)
  • Ardha Uttanasana (Half Forward Bend)
  • Trikonasana (Triangle Pose)
  • Virabhadrasana I (Warrior I)
  • Virabhadrasana II (Warrior II)
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose)
  • Parsvottanasana (Pyramid Pose)
  • Vrksasana (Tree Pose)
  • Padangusthasana (Big Toe Pose)
Sitting Asanas:
  • Sukhasana (Easy Pose)
  • Dandasana (Staff Pose)
  • Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)
  • Janu Sirsasana (Head-to-Knee Pose)
  • Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord of the Fishes Pose)
  • Gomukhasana (Cow Face Pose)
  • Padmasana (Lotus Pose)
Lying Down Asanas:
  • Savasana (Corpse Pose)
  • Supta Baddha Konasana (Reclining Bound Angle Pose)
  • Supta Padangusthasana (Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose)
  • Setu Bandha Sarvangasana (Bridge Pose)
  • Bhujangasana (Cobra Pose)
  • Salabhasana (Locust Pose)
  • Dhanurasana (Bow Pose)
  • Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
Balancing Asanas:
  • Vrikshasana (Tree Pose)
  • Garudasana (Eagle Pose)
  • Natarajasana (Lord of the Dance Pose)
  • Bakasana (Crow Pose)
Inverted Asanas:
  • Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward-Facing Dog Pose)
  • Sirsasana (Headstand)
  • Sarvangasana (Shoulder Stand)
  • Halasana (Plow Pose)
Twisting Asanas:
  • Bharadvajasana (Bharadvaja's Twist)
  • Marichyasana (Marichi's Pose)
  • Ardha Matsyendrasana (Half Lord of the Fishes Twist)

These are just some examples of the many asanas you may encounter in a Hatha Yoga class. The sequence and combination of poses can vary depending on the instructor and the class's focus.

Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga is a structured and dynamic form of yoga that follows a specific sequence of asanas (postures) and vinyasa (breath-linked movements). Here are some of the key asanas you can expect to learn in an Ashtanga Yoga class, along with their Sanskrit names:

Primary Series (Yoga Chikitsa):
  • Surya Namaskara A and B (Sun Salutations A and B):

These are dynamic sequences that warm up the body and synchronize breath with movement.

Standing Poses:
  • Tadasana (Mountain Pose)
  • Uttanasana (Standing Forward Bend)
  • Ardha Uttanasana (Half Standing Forward Bend)
  • Utthita Trikonasana (Extended Triangle Pose)
  • Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose)
  • Prasarita Padottanasana (Wide-Legged Forward Bend)
  • Parsvottanasana (Pyramid Pose)
Seated Poses:
  • Dandasana (Staff Pose)
  • Paschimottanasana (Seated Forward Bend)
  • Purvottanasana (Upward Plank Pose)
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana (Half Bound Lotus Forward Bend)
  • Triang Mukhaikapada Paschimottanasana (Three-Limbed Forward Bend)
  • Janu Sirsasana (Head-to-Knee Pose)
  • Marichyasana A, B, C, and D
  • Navasana (Boat Pose)
  • Bhujapidasana (Shoulder-Pressing Pose)
  • Kurmasana (Tortoise Pose)
  • Supta Kurmasana (Reclining Tortoise Pose)
  • Garbha Pindasana (Embryo Pose)
  • Kukkutasana (Rooster Pose)
  • Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)
  • Upavishta Konasana (Wide-Angle Seated Forward Bend)
  • Supta Konasana (Reclining Angle Pose)
  • Supta Padangusthasana A and B (Reclining Hand-to-Big-Toe Pose)
  • Ubhaya Padangusthasana (Both Big Toes Pose)
  • Urdhva Mukha Paschimottanasana (Upward-Facing Intense Stretch of the West Pose)
  • Purvottanasana (Upward Plank Pose)
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana (Half Bound Lotus Forward Bend)
  • Urdhva Dhanurasana (Upward Bow Pose)
  • Setu Bandhasana (Bridge Pose)
Finishing Poses:
  • Sirsasana (Headstand)
  • Sarvangasana (Shoulderstand)
  • Halasana (Plow Pose)
  • Karnapidasana (Ear Pressure Pose)
  • Urdhva Padmasana (Upward Lotus Pose)
  • Pindasana (Embryo Pose)
  • Matsyasana (Fish Pose)
  • Uttana Padasana (Raised Legs Pose)
  • Sirsasana B (Headstand B)
  • Baddha Padmasana (Bound Lotus Pose)
  • Yoga Mudra (Yogic Seal)
  • Padmasana (Lotus Pose)
  • Utpluthih (Tolasana) (Upward Lift)
Closing Sequence:
  • Savasana (Corpse Pose)
  • Ujjayi Pranayama (Breath Control)

Ashtanga Yoga classes typically follow this sequence, and students are encouraged to memorize it as they progress in their practice. The practice is challenging and physically demanding, as it incorporates a strong focus on alignment, breath, and flowing movement.


In a Pranayama class, students learn the art and science of pranayama, which involves conscious control and regulation of the breath. Pranayama techniques are a vital aspect of yoga practice and are believed to have various physical, mental, and spiritual benefits. Here's what you can expect to learn in a typical Pranayama class:

  • Developing awareness of the natural breath
  • To observe the breath's rhythm, depth, and quality without attempting to change it initially
  • Introduction to fundamental pranayama techniques
  • Learning various breath ratios
  • Counts to control the duration of inhalation, exhalation, and retention phases in pranayama techniques
  • Understanding the physical, mental, and energetic effects of different pranayama techniques
  • Learning how pranayama can influence the nervous system, calm the mind, and enhance vitality
  • How to sequence pranayama practices within a yoga session or daily routine
  • Combining pranayama with mindfulness practices

Pranayama is a nuanced and advanced practice that requires proper instruction and guidance, especially when progressing to more complex techniques.


In a meditation class, students learn various techniques and practices that help them cultivate mindfulness, focus, inner peace, and self-awareness. However, here are the fundamental elements you can expect to learn in a meditation class:

  • Instruction on how to sit comfortably and with proper alignment during meditation.
  • Guidance on keeping the spine straight and relaxed, shoulders relaxed, and hands placed in specific mudras (hand positions).
  • Learning to focus on the breath as a foundational meditation technique.
  • Techniques for observing the natural flow of the breath without attempting to change it.
  • Observing thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations without attachment or judgment.
  • Developing the ability to concentrate the mind on a single point of focus, such as a mantra, a candle flame, or a visual object.
  • Experiencing guided meditations led by the instructor, which may involve visualization, relaxation, or inner journeying.
  • Exploring the sensations and emotions that arise during meditation.
  • Learning to observe and work with discomfort, restlessness, or challenging emotions that may surface.
  • Introduction to the philosophical and spiritual aspects of meditation from various traditions, such as Buddhism, Hinduism, and mindfulness-based practices.
  • Discussion of the goals and benefits of meditation.
  • Practical guidance on establishing and maintaining a regular meditation practice.
  • Addressing common challenges like restlessness, distractions, and difficulties with consistency.
  • Learning how to apply meditation principles and mindfulness to daily activities and challenges.
  • Encouragement to explore different meditation techniques and discover what works best for individual needs and preferences.

Whether you're a beginner or an experienced meditator, these classes offer opportunities for growth and self-discovery in the realm of mindfulness and meditation.

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra, often referred to as "yogic sleep," is a deep relaxation and meditation practice that induces a state of conscious relaxation while maintaining awareness. Here's what you can expect to learn in a typical Yoga Nidra class:

  • Students are taught various relaxation techniques to release physical, mental, and emotional tension
  • Students are guided through a series of steps designed to relax and let go, helping them access deeper layers of consciousness
  • Students learn to observe the natural breath without attempting to control or change it
  • Students learn how to formulate and repeat their sankalpa during the practice to align with their goals and desires
  • Students develop a heightened awareness of the physical body, including sensations, tension, and relaxation
  • Students may be guided to imagine peaceful scenes, symbols, or sensations
  • Students are encouraged to witness and accept their emotions without judgment
  • Students learn techniques to manage stress and find calmness in their daily lives
  • Students learn how to integrate the principles of Yoga Nidra into their daily routines for stress management, self-care, and personal growth
Yoga Cleansing

In yogic cleansing practices, you will typically learn about various topics related to the techniques, philosophy, and benefits of cleansing. Here are some of the key topics you might explore:

  • The philosophical basis of yogic cleansing practices
  • The concept of purifying the body and mind in yoga includes the idea of removing physical and mental impurities to achieve a state of balance and harmony
  • The various cleansing techniques, such as Neti (nasal cleansing), Dhauti (digestive tract cleansing), Nauli (abdominal cleansing), Kapalabhati (breathing cleansing), and Basti (colon cleansing), among others
  • The correct techniques for each cleansing practice to ensure safety and effectiveness
  • The physical and mental benefits of yogic cleansing
  • Preparation for cleansing practices
  • How cleansing practices fit into a broader yogic lifestyle and how they can complement other aspects of yoga
  • Advanced cleansing practices and their significance in deeper aspects of yoga and spiritual awakening.
  • How to teach cleansing practices safely and effectively to others.
Yoga Philosophy

Yoga philosophy is a rich and comprehensive field of study that delves into the philosophical, ethical, and spiritual aspects of yoga. If you decide to explore yoga philosophy, you will encounter a wide range of topics and concepts. Here's a summary of what you may learn in yoga philosophy:

  • Yoga's Historical Roots
  • Yoga Sutras
  • Different Paths of Yoga
  • Concept of Atman and Brahman
  • Yamas and Niyamas
  • Chakras and Energy Systems
  • Meditation and Mindfulness
  • Sankhya Philosophy
  • Concepts of Dharma and Karma
  • Svadhyaya (Self-Study)
  • Yogic Texts
  • Modern Interpretations
Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy and physiology is the study of the structure and function of the human body. It's a fundamental field of study for various professions, including medicine, nursing, physical therapy, and many others. If you're interested in learning about anatomy and physiology, you will delve into several key areas and topics, including:

  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Physiology
  • Homeostasis
  • Anatomical Terminology
  • Cardiovascular and Respiratory Systems
  • Digestive System
  • Endocrine System
  • Reproductive System
  • Immune System
  • Integration of Systems
  • Nadi (Energy Channel)
  • Chakras (Energy Centres)
  • Kundalini (Prime Energy and Souce of All Creativity)
  • Pancha kosha (5 Layers)
  • Pancha Mahabhuta (5 Elements and Body Structure)
  • Tri-Guna (Three Attributes)
Yoga Therapy

In a Yoga Therapy class, students will learn how to apply the principles of yoga to support individuals in managing or improving various physical, mental, and emotional health conditions. Here are some of the key topics and skills you might learn in a Yoga Therapy class:

  • Yoga Philosophy and Theory
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Common Health Conditions
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Yoga Techniques and Practices
  • Adaptations and Modifications
  • Sequencing and Planning
  • Therapeutic Relationship
  • Stress Reduction and Relaxation
  • Mindfulness and Meditation
  • Breathing Practices
  • Nutrition and Lifestyle
  • Self-Care

In an Ayurveda class, you will learn about Ayurveda, an ancient system of holistic medicine that originated in India over 5,000 years ago. Here are some of the key topics you might learn in an Ayurveda class:

  • Fundamental Principles of Ayurveda
  • Prakriti (Constitution)
  • Vikriti (Imbalance)
  • Ayurvedic Diagnosis
  • Ayurvedic Diet and Nutrition
  • Herbal Medicine
  • Panchakarma
  • Yoga and Pranayama
  • Ayurvedic Lifestyle
  • Ayurvedic Massage and Body Therapies
  • Mental and Emotional Health
  • Ayurvedic Ethics and Practitioner-Patient Relationship
  • Ayurvedic Case Studies
  • Integration with Modern Medicine
  • History and Philosophy

In a Mudra class, students will learn about mudras, which are symbolic hand gestures and body positions commonly used in yoga, meditation, and traditional Indian dance. Here are some of the key aspects and topics you might learn in a Mudra class:

  • Introduction to Mudras
  • Mudra Classification
  • Hasta Mudras
  • Pada Mudras
  • Maha Mudras
  • Mudra Energetics
  • Psychological and Emotional Effects
  • Physical Benefits
  • Meditation and Breath Awareness
  • Therapeutic Applications
  • Cultural and Spiritual Significance
  • Mudra Sequences
  • Mudra in Yoga Asana
  • Mudra Alignment and Technique
  • Teaching and Practice
  • Mudra Philosophy
Bandha (Energy Lock)

In a Bandha (Energy Lock) class, students will learn about bandhas, which are specific energy locks or seals used in yoga to redirect and control the flow of prana (life force) within the body. Here are some of the key aspects and topics you might learn in a Bandha class:

  • Introduction to Bandhas
  • Types of Bandhas
  • Sequencing and Integration
  • Breath Awareness
  • Safety and Precautions
  • Meditation and Energy Flow
  • Subtle Anatomy
  • Practical Application
  • Integration with Yoga Philosophy
Teaching Methodology

In a Yoga Teaching Methodology class, aspiring yoga instructors learn the essential skills and techniques needed to effectively teach yoga to others. Here are some of the key areas and topics you might learn in a Yoga Teaching Methodology class:

  • Teaching Principles and Techniques
  • Class Planning and Sequencing
  • Alignment and Adjustment
  • Class Management
  • Teaching Styles and Approaches
  • Student Assessment and Feedback
  • Inclusivity and Diversity
  • Ethics and Professionalism
  • Business and Marketing Skills
  • Teaching Practicum
  • Feedback and Self-Evaluation

Yoga Teaching Methodology classes are designed to prepare individuals for the responsibilities and challenges of teaching yoga effectively and safely.

Alignment & Adjustment
  • Anatomical Understanding
  • Foundation and Base
  • Alignment Cues
  • Spinal Alignment
  • Balancing Elements
  • Pelvic Alignment
  • Shoulder and Arm Alignment
  • Breath Awareness
  • Modification and Props
  • Common Misalignments
  • Safety and Injury Prevention
  • Sequencing with Alignment in Mind
  • Hands-On Adjustments
  • Advanced Alignment Techniques
  • Alignment for Different Styles
  • Injury Management
Evaluation & Certification

After the successful completion of the course, you will be certified with Yoga Alliance certification. Your journey will be evaluated on the basis of,

  • Performance during the course
  • Attendance
  • Practical asana demonstration test
  • Written test (Objective and subjective type)
  • Behavior
200 HRS Course Dates & Fees
  • 01st December - 21st December 2023
  • 01st January - 21st January 2024
  • 01st February - 21st February 2024
  • 01st March - 21st March 2024
  • 01st April - 21st April 2024
  • 01st May - 21st May 2024
  • 01st June - 21st June 2024
  • 01st July - 21st July 2024
  • 01st August - 21st August 2024
  • 01st September - 21st September 2024
  • 01st October - 21st October 2024
  • 01st November - 21st November 2024
  • SHARED ROOM $ 1700 USD $ 2000 USD
  • PRIVATE ROOM $ 2100 USD $ 2500 USD

Accommodation & Stay

During the 21-day journey of the 200-hour yoga Teacher Training in Bali, you get to stay with us at the finest accommodation with all the facilities and amenities. There are comfortable and serene lodging options for students who are attending our courses or programs. Moreover, we prioritize creating an environment conducive to relaxation, mindfulness, and overall well-being. Upon arrival, you'll receive a warm welcome from our staff or instructors. We make sure to create a friendly atmosphere so that you can adjust without any issues. There will be an option to choose from private accommodation or a shared stay. You can get anyone you want, more, it will depend on availability.

Regardless of the type of accommodation, there are certain key considerations, we keep in mind while allotting you a room:

  • Cleanliness
  • Peaceful Environment
  • Healthy Food
  • Safety and Security
  • Accessibility

Inclusions: Attached Washroom, Private terraces, Spacious bathrooms, Free Wi-Fi

Food & Meals

Food is an essential part of the overall yoga experience and typically supports the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the yoga practice.

At Bali Yoga Studio, we provide tasty and healthy food, prepared in a clean & hygienic environment. Keeping in mind the nutritional value of the food, we select the food items and offer them to you. You get three times meals included in the course fee with evening snacks and two times herbal drinks. Timings are pre-decided and you get these as per the schedule.

We make sure to add those items of food which provide you enough energy to perform everyday tasks and of course, one which satisfies your tummy and taste buds. The food provided is truly vegetarian as it promotes physical health, mental clarity, and compassion for all living beings. At our yoga school, the Sattvic diet is encouraged. Sattva is one of the three Gunas (qualities of nature), and it represents purity, balance, and harmony.

If someone has any specific dietary requirement due to medical conditions or any other factor, then he/she can inform us and we make sure to serve you accordingly.

How Does the 200 Hours Yoga Help in Growing Your Career?

Yoga Alliance is one of the most widely recognized and respected yoga organizations globally. Upon completing a 200-hour TTC at a Yoga Alliance-registered school, Bali Yoga Studio, you are eligible to register as an RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) at the 200-hour level. This registration demonstrates your commitment to professional and ethical standards in yoga teaching.

Bali Yoga Studio ensures that you meet specific standards for the content and curriculum of 200-hour TTC programs as set by Yoga Alliance. Also, the school ensure that you receive comprehensive training in areas such as asana (postures), anatomy, teaching methodology, and yoga philosophy. Yoga Alliance and other organizations require registered yoga teachers to complete continuing education hours periodically to maintain their registration. Your 200-hour TTC is often the first step toward accumulating these continuing education hours.

Also, Having the 200-hour RYT designation from Yoga Alliance adds credibility to your teaching credentials. Students and studios often look for registered teachers when seeking yoga instruction.