Best onsite Yoga courses in Bali

Best onsite Yoga courses in Bali

When you start an onsite Yoga course, you make your first steps toward an empowering and heart-opening journey.

You will not only learn about Yoga and how to practice it; but also detoxify yourself.

If you consider taking your onsite Yoga course in Bali, some of the best Yoga Alliance certified classes are available at our Yoga School in Bali. 


Where To Book Your Yoga Teacher Training in Bali? 

Suppose you want to reserve your yoga retreat in Bali. In that case, you should browse and compare the Yoga Retreat & Arm Balancing Workshop of Anandamyogaschool and know which one is suitable for you. 

Being Travel prescribes two reliable and trustworthy programs:

1. Anandamyogaschool Yoga Retreats is Bali's most generous yoga sessions and treatments available for beginners to yoga teacher training in every destination imaginable.

2. Anandamyogaschool Arm Balancing Workshop, Where you learn:

  ~ How to gain strength in arms?

  ~ How to use muscles strength to hold the weight of the body on your hands. 

  ~ Practice various Asana regarding the arm balance. ARM Balancing Yoga School


Why is Bali a Perfect Destination for Yoga School?

Bali is one of the most famous islands in the Indonesian archipelago that has become a hotspot for Yoga in the last decade. The soul of spiritual Bali, Ubud's abundant vegetation, ancient temples, paddy fields, rainforest, and Zen-like atmosphere makes a perfect setting for Yoga. 

Moreover, our On-site Yoga Training Courses in Bali are an excellent thing; because they are arranged with brilliant, experienced & Certified Yoga Teacher Trainers. There are courses in a vast range of teaching styles.

In addition, Bali is well accustomed to hosting yogis from all over the world. You'll discover fabulous restaurants with the best vegan food you ever had, get the chance to explore beautiful shops and wellness conveniences that are set up with everything. 


Different Styles Of Yoga Teacher Training Courses

There are numerous ways to train — from 1-day class programs to programs that last several months; We offer both, short and intense training.

If you're traveling to Bali for your training, you'll unquestionably pick an absolute residential course, which usually lasts between 21-60 days.

Various courses practice diverse forms. So as well as the term and format of your course, you'll have to make sure it points to the kind of Yoga you want to teach.

Right now our On-site Yoga Training Courses in Bali, cover 200 Hours Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training Course & 300 Hours Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Course


Do you need to be certified to teach Yoga?

Not Really. Yoga is not currently settled at the government level anywhere globally, and you can legally teach without formal certification.

However, you do have to have insurance to teach Yoga — and as a new teacher is unlikely to get insurance if they're not qualified and can't provide relevant certificates.

For that reason, if you're searching for your first YTT, it's essential to look for an accredited yoga teacher training in Bali. 

All of the courses on this list are accredited by the Yoga Alliance. 


Anandam Yoga School is an international yoga school registered with the Yoga Alliance, USA (RYS). We offer a whole range of Yoga Alliance certified Courses. An essential 200 hours of Yoga Teacher Training (YTT), where you will set the cornerstone of your Yoga-Teacher-Journey. Advanced training, like 300 hours YTT and several specialized 50 and 100 hours training to deepen your knowledge and shape your path as a teacher.

When you start an onsite Yoga course, you move your first steps toward an empowering and heart-opening journey.

You will not only learn about Yoga and how to practice it; but also detoxify yourself.

If you consider taking your onsite Yoga course in Bali, some of the best Yoga Alliance certified classes are available at Yoga School in Bali. 


To ensure the quality of our course and help you track student progress, we will conduct weekly quizzes, one final written exam, and a practical exam that will help you teach a Yoga class in the style of your choice. 


Classification of onsite courses 

We are classified as onsite yoga courses based on student level. Many new & intermediate learners are confused about which training course is suitable for them. There are so many different kinds of training and courses available, so you easily get confused about which one to choose. This is why we decided to utilize this blog space to elaborate training benefits based on the experience level. 


Before exploring detailed information, you should check who is eligible to join these courses. For each of our courses, we provide a list of the eligibility criteria. 

Check your eligibility to join.

~ Minimum age: 18 years old 

~ Maximum age: 65 years. If you are older than 65, you need to provide a medical certificate. Our team will review as learner safety is vital for us & then confirm your eligibility.  


Some medical conditions are listed below in bullet points where students need to submit their medical certificates. Our healthcare team will review and confirm your booking. 

~ Pregnant Women 

~ Any medical treatment is ongoing with students.


Course: 200 h Yoga Teacher Training 

Level - Beginner | intermediate


Points to consider about 200 h Yoga Teacher Training

~ This training lays the foundation for the Yoga journey 

~ Great to get into yoga philosophy 

~ Getting to know the roots of yoga 

~ Also, foundational course if you want to become a yoga teacher


 What you will learn: 

I am sharing some brief information about the course here. To get more details about the 200 h Multi-Style Yoga Teacher Training, click here


 Highlights features:

~ Yoga Philosophy and its History

 ~ Sanskrit Terminology

 ~ Hatha Yoga

 ~ Yoga Styles: Hatha Yoga, Hatha Flow, Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga

 ~ Asana Practice: Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, and more the modern styles Hatha Flow, Vinyasa Flow, and Yin Yoga

 ~ Asana Alignment

 ~ The Art of Teaching & Designing a Class

 ~ Ethics and Equity

 ~ Pranayama

 ~ Meditation

 ~ Mantra Chanting

 ~ Yogic Anatomy

 ~ Anatomy and Physiology

 ~ Mudra

 ~ Shatkarma

 ~ Yogic Diet

 ~ Basic Ayurveda


What you will get during the course session: 

~ All study materials

 ~ Free access to our online course materials with over 280 videos for a lifetime

 ~ Accommodation in a private bungalow

 ~ Three vegetarian meals

 ~ One notebook & pen

 ~ Shatkarma kit

 ~ One local sightseeing tour

 ~ Agni Hotra

 ~ Melukat ceremony

 ~ Ayurvedic cooking session

 ~ Free wi-fi

 ~ Yoga Alliance certification after successful completion 


Course: 50 hours Pranayama YTT:

Level - Beginner | intermediate | Advanced

Why Do You Need to Join 50 hours Pranayama YTT? 

Pranayama is the fourth limb in Patanjali's Ashtanga Yoga and is defined as the extension of breath. It combines inhalation and exhalation with breath retention – called kumbhaka. The practice of pranayama directly affects the mind and reduces fluctuations, making us calm and relaxed. Moreover, it helps us to become more resilient and to handle stressful situations with more ease. Finally, the art of pranayama can increase our lifespan by slowing down our breath, our heart rate, and our stress response.



~ Deepen your knowledge about the importance of breath and pranayama for practice purposes. 

 ~ Adding pranayama practice to your teachings, coaching, or therapy by Yoga teachers, health or wellness coaches, or therapists helps improve the physical body, especially the respiratory, cardiovascular, and nervous systems. 


 Duration: six days | practice 3 hours of pranayama daily. 

~ 2 Hour Morning 

 ~ 1 hours Evening before dinner 


 Practice session highlights:

It covers breathing awareness; diaphragmatic, chest and collar breathing; yogic breath, and different pranayama techniques and variations with kumbhaka such as:

 ~ Nadi Shodhana

 ~ Surya bhedi

 ~ Chandra bhedi

 ~ Bhramari

 ~ Bhastrika

 ~ Sheetali

 ~ Sheetkari

 ~ Ujjayi


Pranayama theory classes Highlight features to learn: 

~ Concept of pranayama

 ~ Different pranayama techniques and yogic anatomy, including the nadis and energy channels in the human body, 

 ~ Pancha pranas and Pancha koshas to understand how pranayama works on the human astral body. 

 ~ How to engage bandhas (locks) during the practice 

 ~ How to use different mudras while doing pranayama

 ~ Best sitting postures

 ~ Importance of pranayama in yoga practice. 

 ~ Benefits and precautions for safe methods.

 ~ Use of pranayama in anxiety and depression therapy.

 ~ How to use pranayama to live more mindfully and without fear and anger.

For more detailed information about 50 Hours Pranayama Teacher Training, click here


Course: 50 hours Yoga Nidra

Level - Beginner | intermediate | Advanced 

Why Do You Need to Join 50 hours Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra also called the 'Yogic Sleep,' is a state where the Yogi is neither wholly asleep nor fully awake – a mindful, productive psychic sleep. This old meditation procedure can take you to the deepest levels of physical and mental relaxation. Yoga Nidra works as a bond between the Antaranga – the internal – and the Bahiranga – the external – and supports absolute restfulness. 


~ Learn the ancient art of Yoga Nidra to intensify your practice.

 ~ As a Yoga teacher working in the health and wellness industry, and would like to include the teachings of Yoga Nidra in your portfolio. 

Duration: six days 

Session highlights:

~ Primary three styles

 ~ Special Yoga Nidra for kids, 

 ~ Yoga Nidra to activate the chakras

 ~ The healing art of Yoga Nidra. 


Learn how to teach Yoga Nidra classes, explore answers to questions like

~ How to prepare a Yoga Nidra class

 ~ How to teach Yoga Nidra to different age groups

 ~ How to write your own Yoga Nidra Script

 ~ What is the right tone of voice

 ~ How to include music

 ~ How to create a positive & favorable environment for Yoga Nidra

For more detailed information about 50 Hours Yoga Nidra Training, you can click here 


Course: 50 hours Yin Yoga

Level - Beginner | intermediate | Advanced

Why Do You Need to Join 50 hours Yin Yoga

Yin Yoga is a means to balance the intense and heated yang practice like Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, or Vinyasa flow. It is ruled by the moon's energy and magnifies coolness and calmness in the body and brain. In this submissive and meditative yoga style, poses are grasped for one to ten minutes to fully access the yin tissues like joints and fascia. The stillness of the body encountered in this yoga practice produces the silence of the mind and conclusively helps to realize our true nature.

Duration: Six days | 8-10 hours every day. 


~ If you are a Yoga teacher or working in the health and wellness industry, you learn & add Yin Yoga in the teaching course, then this will help you.

 ~ Learn about the art of Yin Yoga to deepen your practice 

What you learn: 

~ Concept of Yin Yoga

 ~ Highly recommended, especially for people who practice Ashtanga Vinyasa to balance their yin and yang energy.

 ~ After completing this course, students can practice and teach 26 yin asanas with variations and modifications. 

 ~ Fundamentals of Yin Yoga, its origin, development, and benefits. 

 ~ Clearance the differences between yang and yin yoga as well as yin and yang tissues. 

 ~ Introduce you to the meridian system

 ~ Learning & practicing specific poses that can improve the function of different organs in your body. 


Anatomy and physiology lectures: We cover topics such as:

~ Difference between stress and stretch

~ Why Yin Yoga is so important for our spinal health

~ Importance of fascia and the connective tissues. 

yogic anatomy classes: we teach you the concepts of:

~ Nadis

 ~ Prana koshas

 ~ Pancha koshas

For more details about Daily Schedule, Accommodation, Upcoming Training Booking dates, certification, etc., click here


 Read the next blog for intermediate & advanced courses details.