200 Hours Yoga Teacher Training Course In Bali

Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey? Our Yoga Alliance Aggregated Yoga TTC offers the perfect balance of luxury and mindfulness in the captivating environment of Bali.

The 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Bali (YTT) program at Mira Yogashala-Friendly Boutique Resort offers not only luxurious facilities, but also the convenience of studying yoga with the natural wealth of beautiful green surroundings. Students will be taught by yoga masters and instructors from the yoga capital of the world, Bali where eastern spirituality and philosophy still adheres to the dharma traditions. Located in Bali "bowl of rice", the resorts uninterrupted view of lush rice fields also helps our prospective yoga instructors to focus on deepening the knowledge shared.

When it comes to yoga retreats, Bali is often considered among the top yoga and wellness centers in Southeast Asia. With its unique culture and stunning landscapes, supported by the locals high respect for the natural elements and spirituality, Bali has been popularly known as the regions yoga mecca. The island has become an accessible destination to learn and understand yoga in depth, including the popular 200-hour YTT program, a teaching development that has graduated hundreds of yoga teachers from around the world.

Course Overview

Our 200 hour Yoga teacher training in Indonesia Bali is designed to provide students with an in-depth understanding of yoga, based on an internationally accredited curriculum. Our yoga experts, Sachin and Liubov Badoni are authorized yoga teachers, practice under Guruji Sharath Jois. Their unique YTT teaching method focuses not only on mastering the perspective of anatomy and alignment, but also on learning comprehensively the fundamentals of yoga philosophy, mantras, shatkarma, and a summary of yoga teacher ethics, both for oneself and for others. In other words, our 200 Hour Yoga TTC Bali is one of the best sources to gain diverse knowledge and skills needed to be a compassionate and respectful yoga teacher.

The place where our 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training Bali will be held is also rich in culture, tradition, and history. According to local belief, Mira Yogashala Eco-Friendly Boutique Resort is located on the land deemed sacred by the surrounding community. It is right near one of Bali most important landmarks and holy temples, namely the Tanah Lot temple. It is also less than ten minutes away to the edge of Kedungu beach, a quiet and peaceful beach where Balinese Hindus usually perform sacred ceremonies for purification ritual.

Our series of 200 Hour Yoga TTC activities will certainly help the prospective and passionate yoga teachers to apply the philosophical principles of yoga. Completing the training is indeed an incredible feeling. However, the most important lesson is that you may feel like you are born again after experiencing a peaceful yogic lifestyle in paradise-like surroundings. It feels like the universe way of confirming to you that you are ready to embark on a new journey!

Why Choose Mira Yogashala for Your Yoga TTC

We are Happy to invite you to the most Transformational journey of Your Life. No Worries, if you are a beginner or an Yogic practitioner, This courses is gonna to help you to Show you your spiritual Path. Our experienced Yoga Gurus gonna help and guide you through Different Types of yoga Subjects and about its branches, techniques, and practices. Our main Purpose is to guide you to perfect your Posture and help you to Accomplish your inner growth.

At Mira Yogashala, you Gonna get the opportunity to Discover your Mystic Skills and find your true oneself. Moreover, you are gonna Know to about the interconnect the mind, body, and soul, which is gonna to help you to encounter this life and its challenges with full energy. Replace all the Stress and depression in your life, with positive Attitude and Calmness, through yoga. Begin your beautiful spiritual journey today, if you want to become a teacher of yoga or learn it for your self improvement. We are absolutely committed to offer you the excellent guidance and support, so that you can reach to your absolute goal. The Mira Yogashala has uniqueness and objective-oriented yoga courses Specially designed for different levels of Yogic practitioners and Students.


We also held Different types of activities throughout the Month During your course, which is includes excursion, Beach Yoga sessions, Sound Healing Session, Kirtan, Temple Visiting and so much more. All of these different types of activities help us to Build a more vibrant and Happy learning Atmosphere.

The environment at Mira Yogashala is cozy, friendly, helping each other, and encouraging each other growth in a supportive Atmosphere. Our Yoga teachers are highly proficient in their Specific Yoga Subject. Because we are located in Bali, which has a very long history with yoga and about it, the connection between yoga and Yoga students strengthens because of the positive energy created around.

It is definitely an Beautiful journey of oneself-discovery and inner growth. We are absolutely sure that the knowledge and experience you gonna get will be invaluable for a lifetime !

Course Highlights
  • Course Duration: 21 Days
  • Course Language: English
  • Course Module: Residential with Meals
  • Course Level: Beginner to Intermediate
  • Course Certification: Yoga Alliance
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What Is This Course About & What You will Learn?

  • Learn Yoga from Authentic and experienced Yoga Teachers from its origin Place at Mira Yogashala.
  • Dive deeper into Yoga and about it, Gain the Knowledge of Theoretical Yoga and Practical Yoga.
  • After Successful Course Completion Get a global Yoga Certification from Yoga Alliance USA.
  • Learn Yoga in its traditional Way with the Help of Modern scientific way.
  • Learn it from a Good and Happy Atmosphere where you will feel Blessed .

The 200 Hour Yoga teacher Training course is Suitable and best for those having a desire to dive deep into yoga as practically and theoretically, its Methods as well as About its Branches. If you are a Beginner or Intermediate Yoga Enthusiast looking to Expand your yogic knowledge and skills, then you are in the right place now, and this course is perfectly fit for you.

No Need of any prior Yogic knowledge or any Yoga degree is required for joining 200 Hour Yoga teacher training Course in Bali.

This Course is Designed to get you Begin on the path of Yoga and is the best way for developing a deep understanding of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama, Yoga Anatomy, Yoga Philosophy and So much More. Mira Yogashala Bali is one of the Authentic Yoga School in Bali to dive yourself deep into Yoga and achieve your Spiritual growth. Get a Lifetime Memorable and transforming experience.

Subjects/Topics covered in 200 Hour Yoga TTC

Topics/Subjects To Be Covered In This Course

  • Foundation of yoga
  • Relevance and the science behind every pose
  • Mindfulness Yoga Training
  • Traditional Hatha Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Mysore Style Ashtanga Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga (Theory & Practical)
  • Traditional & An Ancient Meditation (Dhyana)
  • Trataka (Tantric Meditation Practice)
  • Mantra Chanting (Recitation of Sacred Sound)
  • Yoga Anatomy & Physiology
  • Yoga Alignment & Adjustments
  • More than 100+ yoga postures
  • An introduction to Himalaya Yoga practices
  • Pranayama (Advanced Breathing Exercises)
  • Shatkarma (Various types of Yogic Cleansing Exercises)
  • Yogic fasting and cleansing technique
  • Yoga Nidra (Yogic Sleep)
  • Yoga Gestures (Mudras)
  • Energy Lock (Bandhas)
  • Yoga Philosophy (Yoga Darshana)
  • Teaching Practice (Adhyapanam)
  • Bhakti Yoga

Hatha Yoga

How to Practice Asanas in the Way of Meditative.

Ashtanga Yoga

Be in Flow Your Daily Practice With Ashtanga Vinyasa

Meditation

Heal Your Mind through Meditation

Pranayama

Learn Different Types of Breathing Technique

Yoga Philosophy

Learn About Yoga and its Branches

Yoga Anatomy

Learn About your Body and its parts

Mantra Chanting

Mantras powerful phra or sounds that create positive vibrations.

Relaxation

Learn about How to decrease Stress from your body and mind.

Upcoming Dates for 200 Hour Yoga TTC in Bali

Here at Mira Yogashala we believe in quality and our Aim is to offer quality of education , accommodation, meals and provide an excellent experience and happy atmosphere to our students. That's why we Keep our Yoga TTC Batches Small So every Single Student can get our Teachers Guidance during their Yoga TTC.
Please Keep in Mind that we do not take more than 12 Students in a Batch so our Spots fill up very Quickly.

Daily Schedule Of 200 Hour Yoga TTC In Bali

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training In Bali Course Schedule

Our Curriculum is articulately formulated in order to incorporate both the theoretical and practical sessions. Along with providing free time to the students to reflect, analyze, and retrospect on what they have learned so far, they will also get time to explore them. Mirayogashala retains academic excellence and professionalism in the school and expects the students to be receptive to the change.

6:30 - 7:00am Pranayama

7:00 - 8:30am Ashtanga Yoga (Mysore & Led class)

8:30 - 9:30am Breakfast

9:30 - 10:00am Break Time

10:00 - 11:30am Yoga Anatomy

11:30 - 12:00pm Break Between Sessions

12:00 - 1:00pm Alignment & Adjustment

1:00 - 0:00pm Lunch Time

2:00 - 3:00pm Self Study Rest

4:00 - 5:00pm Break Between Sessions

4:15 - 5:45pm Hatha Yoga

6:00 - 6:45pm Mantra / Meditation

7:15pm - 8:00pm Dinner Time


Accommodation

Nestled in the enchanting environment of Bali, Our Yoga Alliance-certified program is designed to provide a haven for yoga enthusiasts seeking balance and rejuvenation. Experience the perfect blend of luxury and natural surroundings that will rejuvenate your mind, body, and Soul.

At Mira Yoga Shala, We prioritize your well-being, we Offer our Students the best of everything. Our fully immersive program is designed to provide you with a complete yoga experience. Our world-class amenities include two saltwater pools, two yoga shalas, an in-house spa, and open-air bathrooms to enhance your practice and relaxation.

We understand the importance of restorative sleep after a day of yoga practice. We believe that true relaxation starts with a good night's sleep. That's why we have exclusively designed King Koil bedding and lyocell bedsheets to ensure you rest peacefully after your daily yoga practice. Experience the ultimate comfort and support during your stay With us. Wake up feeling rejuvenated and ready to embrace each day.

We provides a serene environment where you can recharge and stay focused on your yoga goals. allowing you to disconnect from the outside world and truly focus on your yoga goals. Embrace the beauty of Bali while enjoying top-notch amenities and eco-conscious design that aligns with your values. Let the tranquil ambiance envelop you as you deepen your practice and find inner peace.

Yogic Food

We believe that true well-being extends beyond the yoga mat. That's why our commitment to holistic living includes a thoughtfully curated menu of Sattvic Cuisine – a type of food that aligns perfectly with the principles of yoga.

Embark on a culinary journey like no other. Our menu is crafted with love and expertise, offering a delectable spread of wholesome and nutritious dishes that not only please your palate but also nourish your body and soul.

Each meal at Mira Yogashala is more than just sustenance; it's an opportunity to enhance your spiritual journey. Our fusion of mindfulness and nutrition ensures that every bite you take supports your physical and mental well-being, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the transformative power of yoga.

Our experienced chefs combine traditional recipes with modern techniques to create a harmonious blend of flavors and textures. Each dish is prepared with the utmost care, using locally sourced ingredients bursting with freshness and vitality.

200 Hour Yoga TTC Curriculum

200 hour yoga teacher training course in Bali that will cover a life-path of the physical and spiritual dimensions of aspiring yogis. 200 hour yoga TTC course that will be educated to deliver the yoga students in-depth knowledge and full understanding and awareness of the various layers of their yoga practice to improve skills. The syllabus of yoga teacher training course is provided by the best yoga instructors during 200-hour yoga teacher training course in Bali for beginners.

Traditional Hatha Yoga, rooted in centuries-old yogic wisdom, is a holistic practice that unites the physical, mental, and spiritual dimensions. Focused on achieving balance and alignment, Hatha Yoga incorporates physical postures (asanas), breath control (pranayama), and meditation. Hatha Yoga has two parts: 'Ha' means 'Sun,' and 'Tha' means 'Moon.' This yoga brings together these opposite forces. It assists you in building internal and external body strength. Doing this yoga gets your body ready for more advanced practices. It also enables you to focus your energy on bigger goals, like connecting with the universe over time. It is not just a physical exercise; it's a journey of self-discovery and inner exploration. The practice encourages individuals to listen to their bodies, cultivating self-awareness and fostering a deep mind-body connection. Through the regular practice of Hatha Yoga, practitioners often experience increased flexibility, improved concentration, and a heightened sense of overall well-being. Rooted in tradition, this timeless discipline remains a path for modern seekers to find balance, peace, and a profound connection to the essence of life. Whether you are a novice or an experienced yogi, Traditional Hatha Yoga welcomes all on a transformative voyage toward holistic health and spiritual awakening.

In Hatha Yoga, practitioners engage in a series of asanas to strengthen the body, enhance flexibility, and align energy channels. Breath control techniques, or pranayama, are integrated to cultivate vital life energy, promoting a sense of calm and balance. Meditation plays a key role, fostering mindfulness and connecting individuals with their inner selves. Traditional Hatha Yoga offers a profound journey toward physical well-being, mental clarity, and spiritual harmony.

  • Name of the Asana in English & Sanskrit
  • Introduction & History of Asana
  • Benefits
  • How to do this Asana dynamic way step by step?
  • Anatomical aspects of the Asana
  • Therapeutically approaching
  • Corrections
  • Modifications
  • Contraindications
  • Reference books
  • Conclusion

How to do Asanas meditatively by following 6 steps?
  • Centring
  • Entering
  • Refining
  • Holding
  • Come out
  • Reflection

STANDING POSTURES
  • Tadasana( Mountain Pose)
  • Udwahastasana- Upward Salute Pose
  • Utkatasana(Chair Pose)
  • Vrksyasana (Tree Pose)Ver1 & 2
  • Uthita Hasta Padongustasana(Raise Hand to Toes Pose)
  • Natarajasana (King DancerPose) Ver-1
  • Padohastasana (Hand to feet Pose)
  • Trikonasana(Triangle Pose)
  • Virbhadrasana (Warrior Pose)-1
  • Virbhadrasana (Warrior Pose)-2
  • Parswakonasana(Angle Pose)
  • Uthita Parswakonasana(Rise Angle Pose)

SITTING POSE
  • Upaveshasana ( Squat Pose)
  • Maalaasana (Garland Pose)
  • Vajrasana(Kneeling Pose)
  • Margarisana(Cat Pose)
  • Simhasana(Lion Pose)
  • Veerasana(Hero pose)
  • Dandasana(Stamp Pose)
  • AkarnaDhanurasana
  • Badhakonasana(Butterfly Pose)
  • Sukhasana(Easy Pose)
  • Swastkasana(Auspicious Pose)
  • Ardha Padmasana(Half Lotus Pose)
  • Lolasana (Pendant Pose)

BACKWARD BENDING POSES
  • Makarasana(Crocodile Pose)
  • Byaghrasana(Tiger Pose)
  • Ardhakapotasana(Half Pigeon Pose)
  • Astanga Namaskarasana(Salutation with Eight Limbs)
  • Chaturanga Dandasana(Staff Pose)
  • Bhujangasana(Cobra pose)
  • Ardha Salbhasana(Half Locust Pose)
  • Ardha Dhanurasana(Half Bow Pose)
  • Urdwa Mukha
  • Swanasana(Upward Facing Dog Pose)
  • Ustrasana(Camel Pose) Ver- 1 Swanasana(Upward>
  • Side Plank Pose

FORWARD BENDING POSES
  • Balasana(Child Pose)
  • Janushirsana -Head of the Knee Pose
  • Parivrita Janushirasana -- Revolved Head of the Knee Pose
  • Ardha Badha Padma Paschimotanasana -Half bound Lotus intense west stretch
  • Triyanga Mukhaika PadoPaschimatanasana -Three Limbs Facing Intense West Stretch Pose
  • Marichyasana Ver - 1- Pose dedicated to the sage Marichi
  • Badhakonasana- Butterfly Pose with forwarding bending
  • Upavistha Konasana - Seated wide Legged straddle
  • Paschimotanasana- Ver-1--Seated Forward Bend Pose
  • Paschimotanasana- Ver-2--Seated Forward Bend
  • Pose Purva Tanasana - Upward Plank Pose

SPINAL TWISTING POSES
  • Ardha Mastyendrasana - Half Fish Pose
  • Spinal Twisting In Kneeling Pose
  • Spinal Twisting In Table Pose
  • Supta Mastyendrasana - Spinal Twisting in Laying Pose

FIRE SERIESE - ASANAS FOR ABDOMEN
  • A & P- Akunchana Prasarana, Abdomen Contraction & Release
  • Urdwa Prasarita Padasana (Upward Rise Legs)
  • Ananda Balasana( Happy Baby Pose)
Single Leg Lift - Hold and Raise - Urdwa Prasarita Eka Padasana
  • One Knee Bend, Other Leg Lift - Arms resting on the floor
  • One Knee Bend, Other Leg Lift - Elbows resting on the floor
  • One Knee Bend, Other Leg Lift - Chick rest on the palm

INVERSION POSES
  • Setubandhasana(Bridge Pose)
  • Viparit Karani - Inversion Pose
  • Sarvangasana(Shoulder Stand)
  • Halasana(Plough Pose)
  • Mastyasana(Fish Pose) Rocking Chair

BALANCING POSE
  • Bakasana
  • Ek Padaasana
  • Garudasana
  • Bhramcharyaasana

Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is a dynamic and physically demanding style of yoga that synchronizes breath with movement in a continuous and flowing sequence. Rooted in ancient yogic traditions, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is characterized by a set series of poses linked together through a specific breath pattern, creating a dynamic and meditative practice. The practice consists of a series of postures that progressively build in intensity, fostering strength, flexibility, and endurance. The synchronized breathing, known as ujjayi pranayama, adds a rhythmic quality to the practice, enhancing focus and concentration. Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is often practiced in a Mysore style, where students move through the series at their own pace, guided by the breath and their individual abilities. The flowing nature of the practice creates a moving meditation, promoting a sense of presence and mindfulness throughout the entire session.

The practice of Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow is not only a physical endeavor but also a spiritual and mental discipline. It challenges practitioners to explore the limits of their bodies and minds, fostering a deep connection between breath, movement, and inner awareness. As a comprehensive and transformative yoga style, Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow invites individuals to embark on a journey of self-discovery, self-discipline, and holistic well-being.

Surya Namaskara A
  • Samasthiti
  • Urdvahastasna
  • Uttanasana A
  • Uttanasana B
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Uttanasana B
  • Uttanasana A
  • rdvahastasana
  • Samasthiti

Suryanamaskara B
  • Samasthiti
  • Utkatasana
  • Uttanasana A
  • Uttanasana B
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Bibhadrasana A
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukhasvanasana
  • Birbhadrasana A
  • Chaturanga Dandasana
  • Urdvamukha Svanasana
  • Adhomukha Svanasana
  • Uttanasana B
  • Uttanasana A
  • Utkatasana
  • Samathiti

Primary Series – Standing Asanas
  • Janusirsasana B – Head to Knee Pose B
  • Janusirsasana A – Head to Knee Pose A
  • Triyang Mukhaipada Paschimottanasana – One Leg Folded Forward Bend Pose
  • Ardha Baddha Padma Paschimottanasana – Half Bound Lotus Forward Bend Pose
  • Purvattanasana – Intense West Stretch
  • Paschimottanasana C – Intense West Stretch Pose C
  • Paschimottanasana B – Intense West Stretch Pose B
  • Paschimottanasana A – Intense West Stretch Pose A
  • Dandassana – Staff Pose
  • Virbhadrasana B, Warrior Pose B
  • Virbhadrasana A, Warrior Pose A
  • Utkatasana, Fierce Pose
  • Ardhabadha Padmottanasana, Half Bound Lotus Forward Bend Pose
  • Utthita Hasta Padongusthasana,1,2,3,4, Extended Hand to Big Toes Pose
  • Parsvatanasan,, Intense Side Stretch Pose
  • Prasarita Padottanasasna D, Intense Wide Leg Stretch D
  • Prasarita Padottanasasna C, Intense Wide Leg Stretch C
  • Prasarita Padottanasasna B, Intense Wide Leg Stretch B
  • Prasarita Padottanasasna A, Intense Wide Leg Stretch A
  • Parivrita Parsvakonasana, Revolving Side Angle Pose
  • Uthita Parsva Konasna, Extended Side Angle Pose
  • Parivrita Trikonasana, Revolving Triangle Pose
  • Utthita Trikonasana, Extended Triangle Pose
  • Pada Angusthasana – B, Big Toe Pose - B
  • Pada Angusthasana – A, Big Toe Pose – A
  • Janusirsasana C – Head to Knee Pose C
  • Marichasana A – Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi – A
  • Marichasana B – Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi - B
  • Marichasana C – Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi - C
  • Marichasana D – Pose Dedicated to the Sage Marichi – D
  • Navasana – Boat Pose (4 times withhold 5 breaths each time)
  • Bhujapidasana – Shoulder Pressure Posture
  • Kurmasana – Tortoise Pose
  • Supta Kurmasana – Sleeping Tortoise Pose
  • Garbha Pindasana – Embryo in Womb Pose
  • Kukkutasana – Rooster Pose
  • Badhakonasana A – Bound Angle Pose A
  • Badhakonasana B – Bound Angle Pose B
  • Upavistha Konasana A – Seated Angle Pose A
  • Upavistha Konasana B – Seated Angle Pose B
  • Suptakonasana A – Lying Down Angle Pose A
  • Suptakonasana B – Lying Down Angle Pose B
  • Supta Padongusthasana – Reclining Big Toe Posture (3 ways)
  • Ubhaya Padongusthasana – Both Big Toes Pose
  • Urdva Mukha Paschimottasana – Upward Facing Full Forward Bend Pose
  • Setubandhasana – Bridge Pose
  • Urdwa Danurasana – Upward Bow Pose
  • Paschimotanasana – Full forward Bend West Stretch Pose
  • Salamba Sarvangasana – Shoulder Stand Pose
  • Halasana – Plow Pose
  • Karnapidasana – Ear Pressure Pose
  • Urdva Padmasana – Upward Lotus Pose
  • Pindasana – Embryo Pose
  • Matsyassana – Fish Pose
  • Uttana Padasana – Extended Leg Pose
  • Sirshasana – Head Stand Pose
  • Yoga Mudra – Sealed Yoga Pose
  • Padmasana – Lotus Pose
  • Uttpluthi – Uprooting Pose
  • Shavasana – Corpse Pose

Alignment and adjustment are key concepts in yoga that lead practitioners towards a peaceful and transforming experience. These components ensure that every asana (position) is appropriate from a physical standpoint and meets the practitioner's needs, improving mental, emotional, and physical health. In yoga, alignment is the exact body placement in each asana (posture). Maintaining proper alignment lowers your chance of injury and guarantees that you reap the full benefits of the posture. Alignment and adjustment encompass not only the physical parts of yoga but also its mental and emotional components. Students develop awareness as they synchronise their bodies and minds with the here and now. Modifications can build trust and relaxation by offering a feeling of support and connection. In yoga, alignment and adjustment enable practitioners to safely push their limits, advance their practice, and avoid injury. They hold the secret to releasing yoga's transforming power and enabling practitioners to gain a deep sense of strength, balance, and inner serenity. Becoming proficient in alignment and adjustment methods is crucial for aspiring yoga teachers and students. We assist our students in realising their greatest potential and strengthening their bond with yoga through this art.

Our teachers are qualified to make changes while respecting each person's particular demands and comfort zone. Our method of alignment and modification is based on mindfulness and safety. Practicing yoga should be an intentional, conscious journey in which every pose is executed with awareness and intention. Our students experience yoga as a transforming and healing practice, develop a body-mind connection, and learn to listen to their bodies via skilful alignment and modifications.


  • Workshop on forward bending
  • Workshop on hip opening
  • Workshop on back bending
  • Workshop on twisting postures
  • Workshop on shoulder opening
  • Workshop on inversions

Yoga is a profound path of self-discovery and development, not just a physical exercise. We study the body's inner workings in our yoga anatomy classes, focusing on the muscles, bones, joints, and connective tissues. Students learn about alignment, preventing injuries, and refining their practice by comprehending the interactions between these components during asanas (postures). At Mira Yogashala, the secret to realising the full potential of your practice is to grasp the subtleties of yoga anatomy. Our dedication to yoga anatomy stems from our conviction that understanding the body's mechanics improves the efficacy and safety of your yoga practice. Our importance on individuality is one of our approach's guiding concepts.

Since everybody is different, what suits one individual cannot suit another. Our yoga anatomy lessons enable students to respect the knowledge of their bodies, enabling them to modify poses to fit individual requirements and skill levels. We also close the knowledge gap between practice and theory. Our instructors give a comprehensive grasp of the body-mind link by fusing contemporary scientific knowledge with the wisdom of traditional yoga.

Our yoga anatomy courses also enhance students' overall yoga education by complementing our wider curriculum. We dive into yoga's philosophical and spiritual sides and its physical components, resulting in a comprehensive and engaging learning environment. So, we warmly encourage you to embark with us on this life-changing journey, where yoga anatomy serves as a conduit between the material and the spiritual realms, strengthening your bond with yoga and yourself.

  • Introduction and significance of Anatomy and physiology in Yogic practices
  • Introduction to Organ Systems
  • Integumentary System
  • Introduction to Skeletal System
  • Joints and Skull
  • Introduction to spine
  • Spine disorders
  • Spinal movements and their limitation
  • Introduction of Pelvis and disorders
  • Pelvis movements and their limitation
  • Introduction of upper limb
  • Discussion on disorders and limitations in the movements in the Shoulder girdle and elbow joints.
  • Discussion on disorders and limitations of Wrist and Knee joints and their movements.
  • Discussion on the rib cage and respiratory system, implications of pranayama practices, and their effects on the respiratory system
  • Introduction of kinesiological posture analysis
  • Introduction to Muscular system
  • Discussion on Fascia and Muscle contractions
  • Discussion on Upper limb muscles
  • Discussion on Muscles present in the torso
  • Discussion on Muscles present in lower limb
  • Discussion on Nervous system and Circulatory system

Pranayama Yoga, an integral component of traditional yoga practices, focuses on breath control to enhance the flow of life force energy (prana) within the body. Rooted in ancient yogic philosophy, Pranayama involves conscious breath regulation through various techniques. These may include deep breathing, alternate nostril breathing (Nadi Shodhana), and breath retention. The practice of Pranayama serves multiple purposes, including calming the mind, improving respiratory function, and balancing the subtle energy channels in the body. By cultivating awareness of the breath, practitioners gain a deeper understanding of the mind-body connection. Regular practice of Pranayama is believed to bring about a sense of inner tranquility, increased vitality, and a harmonious balance between the physical and energetic aspects of one's being. As a foundational element of yoga, Pranayama serves as a gateway to profound states of relaxation, mindfulness, and holistic well-being.

Pranayama Yoga invites practitioners to explore the breath as a bridge between the physical and spiritual realms. Through intentional and mindful breathing, individuals can experience a profound sense of inner peace and heightened awareness. The various techniques in Pranayama not only enhance lung capacity but also stimulate the parasympathetic nervous system, promoting relaxation and stress reduction. As an accessible yet powerful practice, Pranayama can be integrated into daily life, offering a tool for managing stress, improving mental clarity, and fostering a greater connection to the present moment. Whether practiced independently or as part of a broader yoga routine, Pranayama serves as a gateway to self-discovery, facilitating a deeper understanding of the breath's transformative potential and its impact on overall well-being.


Introduction of Pranayama
  • Meaning of Pranayama
  • Definition
  • Breathing experiment
  • Conclusion

Kapalbhati Pranayama (Frontal brain cleaning breath)
  • Introduction   - Meaning - Benefits   - Contradictions 
  • Duration of practice   - Demonstration of Kpalabhati Pranayama
  • Preparation of Kapalabhati for students - Technique One
  • How to do Kpalabhati Pranayama?

Sheetali Pranayama (Cooling breath)
  • Introduction – Meaning   - Benefits   - Contradictions 
  • Duration of practice   - Demonstration of Sheetali Pranayama
  • Preparation of Sheetali for students
  • Technique One
  • How to do Sheetali Pranayama?

Sheetkari Pranayama (Hishing Breath)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits   - Contradictions 
  • Duration of practice   - Demonstration of Sheetkari Pranayama
  • Preparation of Sheetkari for students
  • Technique One
  • How to do Sheetkari Pranayama?

Bhastrika Pranayama (Bellows Breath)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits   - Contradictions  - Duration of practice 
  • Demonstration of Bhastrika Pranayama
  • Preparation of Bhastrika for students
  • Technique One
  • How to do Bhastrika Pranayama?

Bhramri Pranayama(Humming Bee Breath)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits   - Contradictions  - Duration of practice 
  • Demonstration of Bhramri Pranayama
  • Preparation of Bhramri for students
  • Technique One
  • How to do Bhramri Pranayama?

Ujjayi (Psychic Breath)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits   - Contradictions  - Duration of practice 
  • Demonstration of Ujjayi Pranayama
  • Preparation of Ujjayi for students
  • Technique One
  • How to do Ujjayi Pranayama

Nadishodhana Pranayama 2 & 3 (Psychic Network / Chanel Purification)
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits - Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Demonstration of Nadishodhana Pranayama Two & Three
  • Preparation of Nadishodhana for students
  • Techniques Two & Three
  • How to do Nadishodhana Pranayama?

The term 'Satkarma', which comes from the Sanskrit terms 'sat' (truth) and 'karma' (action), refers to a series of purifying exercises that are part of the yoga tradition. These customs foster harmony and balance by cleansing the body and mind. Techniques like Neti (cleaning of the nose), Dhauti (cleaning of the digestive tract), and Kapalabhati (purification of the breath) are examples of satkarma. The goal of practitioners is to improve their entire state of well-being and spiritual path by purging mental and physical impurities. In addition to purifying the physical body, satkarma also makes way for more in-depth meditation and self-realization, leading people to inner truth and enlightenment. The six purifying methods that make up satkarma each have a distinct function in fostering mental and physical balance. Satkarma purges not only the body but also negativity and clutter from the mind. These techniques clear the body of physical impurities and impediments, fostering a peaceful atmosphere conducive to meditation and self-realization. They promote the unrestricted passage of prana, or life force, which boosts energy and promotes spiritual development. Satkarma is a life-changing path towards holistic well-being and self-discovery. It gives people the ability to transcend their limitations, both mental and physical, and to delve further into yoga and spirituality.

The path of purification, or satkarma, is a sacred practice that opens the door to self-realization and holistic development. So, come along on this life-changing trip with us to awaken your spirit, regulate your mind, and cleanse your body. Discover the significant advantages of satkarma and realize your full potential for a balanced, energetic, and spiritually awakened existence.


Introduction to Six types of Satkarma
  • Meaning of Satkarma
  • Contradictions s
  • Benefits

Introduction to the practical Jala Neti
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Jala Neti
  • Demonstration of Jala Neti by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

Introduction to the practical Sutraneti
  • Contradictions
  • Benefits
  • Preparation of Sutraneti
  • Demonstration of Sutraneti by Teacher
  • Technique Practice with students

With the presence of a teacher
  • With the presence of a teacher, students will prepare the class to practice Jala Neti & Sutra Neti themself. The teacher will observe the class.

Bandhas, which stand for the subtle art of controlling the body's energy, are essential to practicing yoga. To reroute and control the flow of prana (life force), these energy locks require the contraction of particular muscles. Mula Bandha (root lock), Uddiyana Bandha (abdominal lock), and Jalandhara Bandha (throat lock) are the three main bandhas. When pulled taut, these bandhas aid in the upward channelling of energy up the spine, fostering both spiritual and physical enlightenment. They enhance inner strength, focus, and the body-mind connection, deepening the practice. A profound feature of yoga is bandhas, which enable a more in-depth investigation of the self and the cosmos. Internal energy seals are known as bandhas, which derive from the Sanskrit term 'bandh', which means 'to lock' or 'to bind,' control the passage of prana, the essential life force that permeates our entire body. A necessary part of yoga, these sacred locks lead us to inner awareness, bodily stability, and spiritual enlightenment. It awakens latent energy and grounds the body, improving posture and grounding simultaneously. Asana (postures) and pranayama (breath control) are frequently used in yoga along with bandhas, which are transformational tools. The pelvic floor's Mula Bandha promotes both core stability and the reawakening of the dormant Kundalini energy.

Uddiyana Bandha helps to stimulate inner fire and cleanse the digestive system, while Jalandhara Bandha controls the energy flow to the throat, supporting thyroid function and sharpening concentration during meditation. These subtle practices are crucial components of the yogic path towards self-realization because they can result in significant spiritual growth and an increased sense of energy, but they also require instruction and perseverance.


Jalandhara Bandha
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Preparation
  • Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Udiyana Bandha
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Preparation
  • Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Mula Bandha
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Preparation
  • Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Maha Bandha
  • Introduction - Meaning - Benefits
  • Contradictions - Duration of practice
  • Preparation
  • Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Intricate hand and finger movements known as mudras, which translate to 'gesture' or 'seal' in Sanskrit have great spiritual and cultural importance. In yoga, meditation, and rituals, these symbolic motions are used to direct energy and elicit particular mental states. Every mudra has its own set of advantages. For example, the Anjali Mudra (palms squeezed together) denotes respect and oneness, while the Chin Mudra (thumb and index finger touch) signifies consciousness and intelligence. Mudras improve mental attention and facilitate the passage of prana, or life force, by acting as bridges between the material and spiritual worlds. People can delve further into their inner investigation and spiritual practice by using these exquisite motions. These graceful movements, which combine elements of science and art, enable us to access the energy currents that run through our bodies. Every mudra is a discrete language in and of itself, expressing intents, feelings, and energy. When used in asanas, pranayama, or meditation, mudras are adaptable instruments that improve the yogic experience. The latent forces within us are roused by these spiritual manifestations, leading us to a higher level of awareness. Mudras have several advantages that go well beyond the material world. They balance emotions, reduce tension, and enhance concentration.

Mudras provide us with the ability to access the transforming energies that are inside our own hands. These modest yet practical actions will lead you to a closer relationship with the cosmos and with yourself. Accept the dialogue in silence when using mudras, and allow them to be your key to fully realising yoga's great potential.


Jnana Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Knowledge)
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Chin Mudra (Psychic Gesture of Consciousness)
  • Introduction - Benefits - Duration
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Bhairava Mudra – Shiva Mudra
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Hridaya Mudra – Heart gesture
  • Introduction - Duration - Benefits
  • Preparation - Demonstration
  • Technique Practice with students

Meditating is a potent exercise that calms the mind and spirit and transcends the stress of our contemporary lives. It's an interior excursion, a mental retreat where tranquilly, clarity, and deep calm can be found. Meditating reduces tension and anxiety by sharpening our awareness through focused breathing and mindfulness. It develops a closer relationship between the individual and the cosmos, promoting emotional equilibrium and personal development. There are many other kinds of this old art, such as transcendental techniques and guided meditations. Whatever one's path, meditation offers a haven from the outside world and opens the door to deep inner peace and enlightenment. Regardless of your experience level, our knowledgeable instructors will lead you towards self-realization and silence. Our knowledge of the mind-body link forms the foundation of our meditation practices. These techniques improve mental clarity and emotional resilience in addition to lowering stress. To assist them in establishing a connection with the cosmos and their inner selves, we urge our students to investigate the spiritual aspects of meditation. Beyond the meditation cushion, there are numerous advantages to meditation. Our pupils report feeling more focused, less anxious, more creative, and more content overall. Meditation is more than just a practice; it's a gateway to a calmer, more purposeful life.

So, come along on this life-changing trip where the age-old practice of meditation meets cutting-edge living to see the significant effects it may have on your mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Accept the calmness inside you, and use meditation as a roadmap to a more harmonic and balanced life.


  • Introduction of Meditation/ Meaning and things
  • Mantra Chanting with meaning and Benefits/Practice
  • Apa Meditation with meaning and Benefits/Practice
  • Sixty One Energy Points discussion
  • OM Meditation with meaning and Benefits/ Practice
  • The practice of Osho Dynamic Meditation
  • Music Meditation Practice
  • Dancing Meditation Practice
  • Walking Meditation Practice
  • Introduction of Tratak meditation/Stages /Benefits
  • The practice of Dot Meditation
  • The practice of Yantra Meditation
  • Practice of Candle Meditation

The practice of yoga's relaxation technique emerges as a haven for the body, mind, and soul in the chaos of our hectic existence. Beyond the physical poses and flowing movements, yoga emphasises the significance of experiencing deep moments of serenity and renewal. This fundamental facet of yoga provides a way to achieve emotional balance, inner peace, and overall health. The fundamental pose for relaxation in yoga is called Savasana, or 'Corpse Pose'. This pose, which may seem straightforward, opens the door to deep relaxation. Practitioners of Savasana lie flat on their backs with closed eyes and relaxed limbs. It's an intentional act of giving in to silence. The idea is to let go of mental and physical stress so that the body's natural healing processes can begin. Another foundational element of yoga relaxation is breath awareness. Mindful breathing is encouraged by techniques such as Pranayama, which supports a steady, peaceful rhythm. Inhaling deeply and mindfully helps you feel more invigorated since it lowers stress, anxiety, and increases the amount of oxygen reaching your cells.

Relaxation is a transforming inward journey rather than just a way to escape the chaos. Regularly applying these relaxing methods strengthens general mental and physical well-being, increases resilience, and improves sleep quality. It is impossible to overestimate the benefits of yoga for relaxation in today's environment of constant stress. It provides a haven in the middle of the chaos, a holy place to let go of stress, discover clarity, and foster a closer relationship with oneself. By relaxing, you open up a source of energy and calm that enhances all facets of your life.


Synopsis of Featured Teachings:
  • Point-to-Point Movement and then Stillness
  • Point-to-Point Tension and Relaxation
  • Entire-Body Tension and Relaxation
  • Point-to-Point Relaxation
  • Selective Tension and Relaxation of Body Parts
  • More Detailed Point-to-Point Relaxation with Visualization of Pure White Divine Light at the Cardiac Center
  • Detailed Point-to-Point Relaxation with Spinal Breathing and "So-Ham"

Mantras are an important part of your yoga practice. In 200 hr Yoga TTC, You will be learning about single word mantras, phrases and sentences. Most of the mantras have come up from Sanskrit and your teacher will also teach you the meanings of each one, in English. They are made in such a manner, so that they can communicate with the universe. You can also call them affirmations. They have the power to vibrate with the frequencies of the universe. When you practice mantra chanting regularly, they are ingrained in your consciousness. Mantras have a very important role to play in the realm of Tantra Yoga as well. Mantras mainly act as a tool to stop the mind from getting distracted, while practicing yoga. They can give your mind, proper direction and focus. You will also learn, how to set intentions before starting the yoga class. Mantras can also help you to develop feelings of gratitude. As a part of the course, you will learn how to recite them at a proper time, so that you can connect with the divine.


Benefits of Mantra Chanting
  • Hatha Yoga Manra - Yogena Schitasya Padena Vacham
  • Om Asato Maa Sad-Gamaya, Tamaso Maa
  • Entire-Body Om Saha Na bhavatu, Saha Nau Bhunaktu
  • Aum mantra - Aum…Aum..Aum
  • Gayatri mantra - Om Bhur Bhubah Swaha
  • Ganesh mantra - Om Vakratunda mahaakaaya
  • Guru Mantra - Guru Brahma Guru Visnu
  • Astanga Vinyasa Closing Mantra - Swasti prajaabhyah paripala
Astanga Vinyas Mantra
  • Avahu Purusa Karam, shankha
  • Vande Gurunam Charanara Vinde
  • Astanga Vinyasa Closing Mantra - Swasti prajaabhyah paripala

Yoga philosophy is the Subject where you learn about the philosophy of life. Just by deep understanding of it meaning can change our life. The Routine practice of yoga in physical forms, like with the assistance of asanas, is essential. You also need the theoretical knowledge about the the meditation, Pranayama, kriyas, bandhas, mudras and much more. That is where Yoga Philosophy comes, a crucial aspect of yoga education. You will learn about the various types of Topics in philosophy. Under the realm of yoga, Samkhya Philosophy acknowledge a lot of importance. Then there are Vedanta, Uttara, and Yoga. Our Philosophy teacher will help you to understand the Meaning of yoga in daily life and its uses. so that you can Share the Same knowledge to your students. When you learn about the various types of texts that back your daily yoga practice, you will become more conscious, and spiritually. You will also learn about the Hatha Yoga Pradipika, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, and Upanishads as a part of the modules under Philosophy during your 200 hours yoga teacher training in Bali. You gonna also learn about that the body, mind, and the soul are not the separate entities.


  • Yoga Sutra - discipline, types of thoughts, God
  • 7 Chakras – Muladhara, Swadhisthana, Manipur, Anahata, Visudha, Anjya, Sahasrara
  • Three types of gunas – Satva, Rajas & Tamas
  • Three types of body< – Sthula, Sukhma & Karana
  • Types of Yoga (Hatha, Karma, Bhakti, Astanga)
  • What is yoga? Introduction of Yoga
  • What is philosophy?
  • What are the obstacles to yoga?
  • What are the causes of pain?
  • What are the eight limbs of Yoga?
  • Exercises
  • Exam

Yoga is a way of life that promotes physical, mental, and spiritual well-being rather than merely a physical activity. The art and science of effectively and captivatingly transferring knowledge and skills to learners is known as teaching methodology. It includes the different methods, approaches, and strategies teachers use to help students learn. It is recognised that yoga can have significant effects on a person's life, and our distinctive style of instruction is intended to enable our students to become outstanding yoga instructors. Our approach to teaching explores the art of teaching itself, going beyond the poses and mudras. Along with the physical postures known as asanas and hand gestures known as mudras, our curriculum also covers anatomy, philosophy, pranayama, and meditation. As a result of consistent practice, they develop a thorough comprehension of the asanas and mudras, enabling them to instruct confidently and sincerely. Since each student is different, the teaching approach gives graduates the tools to modify their instruction for various learners and contexts. Beyond graduation, this sense of community builds a network of like-minded people committed to spreading the advantages of yoga.

The comprehensive and distinctive teaching methodology is used in yoga training. By emphasising teaching techniques, flexibility, and community building in addition to the physical aspects of yoga, we equip our students to become excellent yoga instructors who can genuinely impact their students' lives. It recognises that every person has a different learning style and adjusts to meet their varied needs. In the end, a skillfully designed teaching approach enables pupils to succeed both in the classroom and beyond.


  • Structuring and sequencing poses
  • Sanskrit names of poses
  • Manual / verbal adjustments
  • Modifications with props
  • Space considerations
  • Time considerations
  • Age considerations

Acitivities Included In 200 Hour Yoga TTC in Bali

Opening Ceremony/ Melukat

Experience a Yoga Teacher Training program like no other at Mira Yogashala Bali, where we combine the transformative practice of melukat with traditional Balinese wisdom to deepen your connection and rejuvenate your soul.

Incorporate the ancient ritual of melukat into your yoga journey. This sacred purification ceremony not only cleanses your body and mind but also brings a profound sense of renewal and spiritual growth.

At Mira Yogashala Bali, we believe in embracing the local culture. Immerse yourself in the rich traditions and rituals of Bali, allowing their ancient wisdom to infuse your yoga practice and bring a deeper understanding of yourself.

Through our unique blend of yoga teacher training and Balinese traditions, you will feel energized, centered, and refreshed. Connect with the vibrant energy of Bali as you embark on a transformative journey towards self-discovery.

Experience the power of combining yoga with Balinese traditions. Let us guide you on a path that nourishes not only your physical body but also your mind and soul. Discover a deeper level of connection within yourself and with the world around you.

Kirtan Session

At Mira Yogashala Bali We combine the transformative practice of yoga with the enchanting and heart-opening experience of devotional chanting.

we believe that music has the power to elevate your yoga practice to new heights. Our skilled musicians create a dynamic and immersive musical experience that amplifies the transformative power of your training.

our kirtan sessions, guided by the essence of devotional chanting. Immerse yourself in harmonious melodies and rhythmic mantras that create an atmosphere of joy, unity, and inner peace. Experience a sacred space where you can connect deeply with yourself and others.

Our kirtan sessions are led by experienced musicians who infuse their passion into every note. The melodic chants and rhythmic mantras touch your heart, allowing you to experience a profound sense of connection and spirituality.

Discover the power of music in your yoga journey at Mira Yogashala Bali. Immerse yourself in this dynamic and heart-opening musical experience that will leave you feeling inspired, rejuvenated, and deeply connected to yourself and others.

Waterfall Trekking

With an exhilarating 'Waterfall Hiking' adventure with Mira Yogashala, uncover the hidden gems of nature. As part of your exotic yoga Course, we take you on a journey to the neighbouring breathtaking waterfalls in the surrounding area. allowing you to connect with the untouched grandeur of the forest. The hike to these waterfalls is an exploration of the senses and a spiritual journey in addition to a physical one. A peaceful environment for introspection is created by the soothing sound of the cascading water, the refreshing mist on your skin, and the serene surroundings.

Trekking to these waterfalls offers a rejuvenating diversion from your yoga routine and a unique chance to connect with the natural world. It serves as a reminder that exploring the outside world can enhance the interior journey. We at Mira Yogashala think that these encounters significantly improve your yoga practice by helping you connect with the natural environment and your inner self on a deeper level.

Beach Yoga Sessions

At Mira Yogashala Bali, we offer enchanting beach yoga sessions that provide a truly immersive experience. Picture yourself standing on the golden sand, with the soothing sound of waves as your background music, and the breathtaking colors of a sunrise or sunset enveloping you in serenity.

Our beach yoga classes incorporate a variety of techniques, including Hatha, Ashtanga, and walking meditation. Each session is designed to tap into the profound energy of this sacred space, allowing you to connect with your mind, body, and spirit on a deeper level.

Our carefully curated beach location provides the perfect setting for your yoga practice. The combination of fresh sea air, soft sand beneath your feet, and the gentle caress of ocean breeze creates an ambiance that harmonizes your inner self with nature's elements.

Mira Yogashala Bali offers an unparalleled opportunity to immerse yourself in a serene environment where you can rejuvenate and find inner peace. Join us for our yoga TTC and let us guide you towards a state of complete bliss

Sound Healing

Discover a Deeper Connection to Mind, Body, and Spirit at Mira Yogashala Bali. we believe in the transformative power of sound. Our Sound healing workshop offer mindful practices that harness the energy of sound to enhance your overall well-being. Whether you're an experienced yogi or new to the practice, this workshop adds a unique dimension to your training, fostering a deeper understanding of the subtle energies within and around you.

Immerse yourself in a truly holistic and enriching Yoga Teacher Training experience at Mira Yogashala Bali. We embrace the fusion of ancient wisdom and contemporary wellness practices to provide you with a comprehensive training program. Our expert instructors guide you on a journey that goes beyond physical postures, allowing you to explore the depths of yoga philosophy, meditation, breathwork, and more.

Experience the profound benefits of our carefully curated workshop that combine ancient wisdom with modern techniques. By embracing this fusion, we create an environment where you can nurture your mind, body, and spirit. Whether you're seeking personal growth or aspiring to become a certified yoga teacher, our programs will empower you with knowledge and skills that will positively impact every aspect of your life.

Jatiluwih Rice Terraces Visit

Tabanan Regency, where our Yoga Teacher Training will be located, is known as the "rice bowl" of Bali. It does not take you much time to find a picturesque rice field from your resort. Mesmerized by its cultural and agricultural landscape, the UNESCO World Heritage Centre appointed one of many Tabanans beautiful rice terraces, Jatiluwih, as a heritage site. Best to visit at early morning, your brand-new day will be welcomed by an uninterrupted view of green paddy fields with the golden light reflection of the sunrise.

Tanah Lot Temple Visit

Off the southwest coast of Bali, there is a rock formation that holds a significant value for the Balinese community. The rock is home to the 500-year-old Tanah Lot Temple overlooking the Indian ocean. According to a local legend, the temple is guarded by sea snakes to protect the temple from evil intruders. Only 10 minutes drive away from Mira Yogashal Friendly Boutique Resort, the best time to visit the temple is in the late afternoon, as you will be presented with magical sunset moments.

Ulun Danu Beratan Temple Visit

Sits on the shores of Lake Beratan against the backdrop of Tabanan highlands, Ulun Danu Beratan was built almost half a millennium ago to worship the trinity of supreme divinity in Hinduism, called the Trimurti. The three main multi-layered temples in the complex are dedicated to Vishnu with 11 levels, Brahma with 7 levels, and Shiva with 3 levels. Arguably Bali most beautiful and most recognized temple in the country (since it was featured on Indonesia 50,000 rupiah note), Ulun Danu Beratan Temple can be reached in less than an hour from Mira Yogashala.

Ubud Monkey Forest Visit

The Ubud Monkey Forest is a sacred sanctuary in the heart of Bali cultural capital, Ubud. Home to over 600 long-tailed Macaque monkeys, this nature reserve is also considered a holy place for Balinese Hindus as it hosts three sacred temples, each serving a different purpose. The main temple, Pura Dalem Agung Padangtegal, is used to worship the god Shiva. The other two temples are the Holy Spring temple features a holy water and the cremation temple.

Tirta Empul Water Temple Visit

End your 21-day journey in Bali by participating in the purification ritual at Tirta Empul Water Temple. The temple is considered as one of the oldest and most holy temples in the island as it was built more than ten centuries ago. The locals believe that the holy water from this temple removes evil spirits and cleanses contaminated souls. Depending on traffic, it will take you about an hour to get there from Mira Yogashala. As it is an active site for Balinese Hindus to perform the full moon ritual, be prepared for a large number of visitors and worshippers on full moon evenings.

Balinese Dance Session

Balinese dance (Indonesian: Tarian Bali; Balinese: is an ancient dance tradition that is part of the religious and artistic expression among the Balinese people of Bali island, Indonesia. Balinese dance is dynamic, angular, and intensely expressive.[1] Balinese dancers express the stories of dance-drama through bodily gestures including gestures of fingers, hands, head, and eyes. There is a great richness of dance forms and styles in Bali; and particularly notable are those ritualistic dance dramas which involve Rangda, the witch, and the great beast Barong. Most of the dances in Bali are connected to Hindu or traditional folk rituals, such as the Sanghyang Dedari sacred dance that invokes benevolent hyang spirits, believed to possess the dancers in a trance state during the performance. Other Balinese dances are not linked to religious rituals and are created for certain occasions or purposes, such as the Baris or Pendet welcoming dances and Joged dance, which is a social dance for entertainment.

Inclusion & Exclusion With 200 Hour Yoga TTC in Bali

What’s Included
  • Fire Carmony (Hawan) as Inauguration Program
  • 21 days of intense Yoga Classes ‍️
  • 7 Hours to 8 Hours Classes Every day
  • 200-Hours RYT Yoga Alliance Certification
  • 21 Days Accommodation with Spacious Space, Private Balcony and River View
  • 3 Times daily nutritious vegetarian or Vegan meals
  • Amenities upon arrival - toilet paper, soap etc.
  • Herbal Tea & Fresh Fruit Juice
  • Filtered Drinking Water
  • Weekend excursions
  • Course material such as Manuals, Books, notebooks & stationery.
  • Beach Yoga Sessions
  • Indonasian Classical Dance Sessions
  • 24/7 Free High Speed 5G Internet Connection
  • 27/7 Hot Water Facility
  • Bhakti Yoga Classes
  • Special Yoga Nidra Classes
  • Weekly Room Cleaning
  • E-books of the most important yoga books
  • Serious Study Environment
  • Yoga Mats and material for all activities
  • FREE Airport Pick Up & Drop Off
  • Cultural Program in the Closing Ceremony / Graduation Ceremony
  • Lots of Love and Hugs

What’s Not Included?
  • Air conditioner / Heater (available per request)
  • Fees for visa
  • Flight Fare

Experienced Yoga Teachers Of Mira Yogshala

Experience the wisdom and expertise of our renowned yoga gurus who will guide you on a transformative journey towards inner peace and physical well-being.

At Mira Yogashala Bali, we take pride in our exceptional team of experienced and knowledgeable yoga gurus. Each teacher is a master in their specific yoga subjects, equipped with deep understanding and expertise to help you achieve your goals. We believe that learning should be enjoyable and uplifting. That's why we foster a friendly and supportive environment between our teachers and students. With a fun and happy atmosphere, your yoga journey becomes an experience filled with joy and personal growth. Rest assured that all our teachers are registered yoga teachers, holding advanced degrees such as PhDs in yoga science. With years of teaching experience across various countries, they bring a wealth of knowledge to every class. Some of our teachers have even been awarded gold medals in their specific yoga subjects. Embark on this life-changing journey with Mira Yogashala Bali today and discover the transformative power of yoga taught by true masters.


Rules And Refund Policy

Code Of Conducts For Students

We expect Yogic discipline and the required code of conduct from all students who join our course. Mira Yogashala has set specific disciplinary rules for all of its participants.


Compliance With Yoga Alliance Guidelines

Our yoga school located in Bali instructs us to follow the below-given policy guideline:-


Refund Policy

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FAQs - 200 Hour Yoga TTC

200 Hour Yoga TTC is a Beginner to intermediate Yoga Course, Perfect course for you to Begin Your Yoga Journey. In 200 Hour Yoga TTC You Will Learn So Many Subjects Like Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga, Meditation, Kundalini , Anatomy Etc. in Approx 1 Month Course.

Absolutely one will be certified As a Yoga Teacher After Course Completion and Mira Yogashala is a Registered Yoga Alliance School. So

After getting 200 Hour TTC Certification, You are eligible to teach and open your Yoga Studio.

The Benefits of this course are that one will Learn So Many Yoga Subjects, Asanas, Breathing Techniques, Healing Techniques, Teaching Skills in Short Span of Time With Lifetime Yoga Alliance Certification.

As you complete 200-hour yoga TTC, and if your aim is to learn higher and go more advanced. You can go for 300 Hour Yoga teacher training with Mira Yogashala. That is an advanced Yoga Course, Where you left 200 Hour Yoga TTC, you can go ahead from that point in our 300 Hour Yoga TTC.

Yes, You can Join this Course Because not everyone has an aim to become a Yoga Teacher. 90% Students Join this Course for their self improvement. The Knowledge you will Gain during 200 Hour Yoga TTC will benefit you throughout your lifetime.

If you have never done yoga and don't know anything about it so to prepare yourself all you have to do is watch some yoga videos and start the daily yoga practice with some basic yoga poses . This thing is gonna help you to know about the yoga poses and the asanas in the easiest way. You can also find so many Yoga Books on our website which you can read and can prepare yourself both physically and mentally before your yoga training.

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