200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Yoga Teacher Training

WHERE: CANGGU, BALI, INDONESIA WHEN: MAY 2 – 24, 2022


Once in a Lifetime offer!
SAVE $1,300 Early Bird/ Covid Pricing
Bali Borders are open, there is no more quarantine. A full update is bellow.

Regular Price $3,800 NOW $2,500. (Special Pricing until April 4, 2022)

“Radically shift your yoga practice or commit to teaching, now at an unbeatable price. Save $1300 until April 4, 2022.”

Our Bali Blissology Yoga Teacher Training is an immersive opportunity to dive deep into the practice, lifestyle and embodiment of Blissology Yoga that is authentically suited to balance the pace and rigors of our modern lives. If you are looking to either radically shift your yoga practice or commit to teaching, this course is for you.

The 200-hour yoga teacher training is a seamless experience that will transform your perspectives on Yoga and how to integrate this evolving practice in a way that nourishes you, your community and the planet.

If you are ready to answer the call of your deepest heart and create the world that our soul knows is possible, let’s create an Upward Spiral together.

If you are interested in applying for the 200 Hr Yoga Teacher Training, submit your application below. Hurry, because space is limited

We love hosting our YTT right on the beach at Udara Retreat Center in Pantai Seseh, Bali;
Pantai Sees is located close to Canggu, Bali a world Mecca for surf, yoga and healthy food. Once a sleepy and very quiet coastal village, Canggu now offers sophisticated yet beach-y hipster vibes alongside the warm, kind and closely knit Balinese culture. Amidst prayer offerings and too many stray puppies, you will discover a cafe offering your favorite almond milk latte; or delicious green juice. The black lava sand beach is nearby – walk northwards to steer away from the crowds; and the surf is plentiful.

You will love the drama of the Balinese skies and the warm breezes will forever live in your heart.

Any questions? Email us at trainings@blissology.com

Daily Schedule

7:00 am – 8:00 am: Breakfast (Journal + Study Time)
8:00 am – 9:00 am: Homework Assignments
9 am – 11:00 am: Yoga asana practice
11:30 am – 1:00 pm: Lunch
1:00 pm – 3:30 pm: Afternoon Anatomy and Philosophy (Commit to Bliee) Sessions
3:30 pm – 4 pm: Snack/Break
4 pm – 6:30 pm: Evening Session

COURSE START + END TIMES:

Start: 4 pm on May 1
End 2pm on May 24
We will have each Sunday off during the course

*Occasionally we will have later nights for special discussions / lectures / movies. We will provide you with a final schedule on the start date of the course.
These times are subject to change slightly in which case you will be notified as soon as possible.

In 2022 we are thrilled to announce that we are hosting the 100 hr and 200 hr trainings at Udara, Bali; a beautiful retreat center, built on the edge of the ocean. It is a beautiful space in one of our favorite spots along this coast. Rooms are available at a special Blissology price for the duration of the YTT from $25 / night and up. Please email us at trainings@blissology.com to book.

For pricing and to book trainings@blissology.com.

At Blissology we are not just about practicing together in the yoga Shala. We know that real relationships and community is fostered when we share meals together. This year we are excited to enjoy a vegetarian / vegan meal plan that includes the following: A light breakfast, daily coffee / teas, lunch, smoothie break and dinner.

Expect a melange of Indonesian, and European cuisine with gourmet un-cooking and locally-grown, mostly organic ingredients. All food is plant forward with gluten free and vegan options available.  How much is the meal plan? Approximately US25 / Day and it is payable separately one month before the YTT start date. We will send you a reminder closer to date.

We ask that students come to the training with at least 1 year of solid and consistent yoga practice under their belt.

If you have already taken a 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training and are certified with Yoga Alliance, then the 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training can count as Continuing Education credit.

Our application requires 2 letters of reference. Generally, these letters are character references. Usually they’re from yoga teachers or yoga students. Otherwise, letters from employers are also acceptable. They can be sent directly to trainings@blissology.com. While the letters are required, they’re a formality in your application. If you know you will apply, please complete your online application form and the letters can follow in the next 2 weeks.

Yes. 100 percent

This course is an incredible personal growth journey. Your yoga and your life will be radically enhanced from our offerings.

You will learn new body-based tools, breathing techniques, incredible yoga alignment, philosophy and make incredible friends in the process.

We welcome you into this journey into your highest self

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How the process works:

  • You submit an application.
  • We review your application and let you know if you are ok to proceed.
  • You pay a deposit to hold your spot.
  • We keep you informed of all travel + logistical details nearing your course start date.
  • You arrive in Bali for a radical, blissful month with Blissology. 🙂
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How much is the YTT?

There has never been a better time to train with us. Even though the pandemic seems to be winding down, we are still offering the same pricing we offered during the pandemic.
Our normal price is US $3800 However this May, the price will US$2500 for a limited time only.

To reserve a spot, please pay your deposit of US$1000, payable either in 2 installments or 1 deposit.
Please read our terms and conditions

Included in the price:

  • Hands on teaching from Blissology Founder and Senior Teacher Eoin Finn, plus assistance + mentoring from other Blissology certified teachers and assistants.
  • The Blissology Yoga Teacher Training Manual.
  • A Blissology Bali Welcome Kit.
  • A Blissology Yoga 200-hr Yoga Teacher Training Certificate
  • All class materials required while in class e.g handouts etc.

Not included in the price:

  • Travel to and from Bali and to and from the retreat center.
  • Meal Plan (payable separately).
  • Accommodation. This accommodation is gorgeous and it is half price for May only. See more under the Accommodation tab.

Any questions? Email us at trainings@blissology.com

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Blissology Yoga Teacher Training Cancellation Policy:

We keep our Cancellation policy aligned yet flexible so we can better plan to produce a training that is seamless, transformative and allows you to focus on getting the most out of an experience you have taken valuable time out in your life for! For example, while your deposits are non-refundable, once your application has been approved, they are fully transferable to other Blissology Training Programs if a circumstance arises in your life that makes it impossible for you to attend the original program you had signed up for or if there is a Force Majeure that causes us to postpone the training.

  1. Final Payments are due 30 days prior to the course commencement, unless you are on a pre-agreed upon payment plan. After this date, final payment for all new registrations is due immediately.
  2. Up to 30 days before the course commencement a student may transfer to a course within 12 months of the original course’s start date.
  3. All Payments is completely non-refundable, but they are 100 percent non-transferable to any online or in person training within two years of payment.
  4. Blissology will not be held in breach of contract in case of “Event of Force Majeure.” This refers to an event beyond Blissology’s control, which prevents a Party from complying with any of its obligations under this contract such as but not limited to Political Unrest, Pandemic or Acts of God.

March 1, 2022 Updates:

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We’re thrilled to announce that Bali has opened its borders once again.
There is no more quarantine and you can simply get a visa on arrival at the airport.
Here is a full update for you below.

Visa on Arrival

VOA costs IDR 500.000 per person (no matter if adult or
child) and the payment is on arrival.
• VoA-Visa on Arrival entitles you to a single Entry into Bali/Indonesia for
up to 30 days. If you wish, it can be extended 1 time at the Immigration Office for another 30 days.
• Payment can be done by Credit Card, Cash in IDR or USD, EURO, GBP, SGD

VoA- Visa on Arrival Terms Conditions

• Passport validity min. 6 months.
• RETURN air flight ticket (or one way + outward journey from Bali)
• Min. 2 x vaccinated with WHO authorized vaccinations, and the 2nd vaccination must have been given at least 2 weeks prior to departure (except for 1 x COVID-19 vaccine, such as Johnson & Johnson, Sputnik
V or Convidecia, other conditions may be applied).


International Travelers Entry Terms Conditions

Vaccination:

• International travelers aged 0 – 18 do not need to show proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
• International travelers 18 years and above are required to be fully vaccinated.
• Proof of COVID-19 recovery does not count as vaccination.
• Vaccination proof has to be integrated/authorized https://vaksinln.dto.kemkes.go.id/sign/in.

PCR Tests

• As well, each Negative COVID-19 PCR Swab text max. 48 hours (2 x 24 hours) from
country of origin.

Travel Insurance

• Each traveller must have Travel insurance with COVID-19 coverage per person (booking on linethrough: https://www.jagawisata.com/COVID19/)
.• Download Peduli Lindungi APP.
• Register e-CD (Electronic Custom Declaration).

NOTE: Please be certain that your passport is not due to expire within 6 months upon arrival in Indonesia otherwise you will need to renew it. In fact, your airline might not allow you to board the plane.

Flights 

We strongly recommend that your flights are refundable and transferable. As of March 1, 2022 we feel confident that the training will proceed as planned this May in Bali; we cannot wait to welcome you here.

Getting to Bali

Bali is a small island set amidst the 17,000+ islands of the Indonesian archipelago. It is approx. 3 hours south of Singapore, and 3 hours north of Perth, Australia. The international airport is called Ngurah Rai International, and the arrival city is Denpasar (DPS).

Getting to Canggu

The ride from airport (Ngurah Rai International) to Seseh Village (where Udara is located) takes about 45 minutes, and costs approx 350.000 rupiah (about US$35 ). There is a Taxi Stand immediately as you exit the airport luggage claim. Another option is to ask Udara for help to book your transport, they can

Getting around the Island

GOJEK

GoJek is Bali’s equivalent of Uber or Lift. It’s easy, cheap and quick to get a GoJek car or motorbike to wherever you need to go. Just download the app

RENTING A SCOOTER

You will notice that many people use scooters to get around in Bali. Scooter rentals are usually about $5.00USD a day and $60USD per month. Don’t forget to wear your helmet and make sure your insurance covers motorbike transportaion!

If you have never driven a scooter before and do not have a motorcycle license, we ask that you do not start to learn during the Yoga Teacher Training. Please rent a bicycle or walk. Push bikes are available for around $3USD per day. You can also use Gojek, grab taxi, Canggu taxi’s (from taxi stands – one is near the innersection of Padang Linjong and Jalan Pura Taman Sari (the road where Cosmos is located), another is on Batu Bolong at the main intersection near Deus). Uber works as well. Grab and Uber may cancel and reschedule and are usually better off as drop off’s but they work well sometimes.

Are there health concerns that you need to be aware of?

It is recommended that you visit your GP, personal physician or a travel health clinic 4 to 8 weeks before your departure to Indonesia. Recommended vaccinations often include hepatitis A, typhoid, tetanus and polio. Bali is not a high-risk area for malaria and the tablets can be considered controversial, we recommend that you do some research and make your own decision on this. Dengue fever is another mosquito borne illness to be made aware of.

You might want to bring a prescription of Keflex, or another type of oral antibiotic that can help with stomach ailments. Even though you will be eating in good restaurants, there is always a chance that you can get Bali Belly—a mild dysentery that passes in a few days. Bring good mozzie repellant.

Note: For your safety and peace of mind, we encourage you all to purchase travel insurance to cover you for any activity you enjoy in Bali. In the past, students have used World Nomads and Allianz.

What if you need to see a doctor?

There are plenty of international medical clinics in Bali. If you have a minor illness or ailment, you will be just fine. These clinics usually do not accept health insurance, but they do not cost much. Should you need specialized care in a dire emergency, there are excellent western style hospitals in Bali. It’s always wise to purchase travelers health insurance with evacuation coverage. Travel insurance is required for coming to this training!

Sanitation

Any hotel or home stay will have bottled or filtered water available, including Cosmos, and most restaurants on the island use bottled water for all cooking purposes. Nevertheless, it is advisable to drink and brush teeth with bottled water. Food carts and local markets carry a greater degree of risk. When visiting the island we suggest you do not drink the tap water. This means using filtered water to brush your teeth with. Filtered water is offered at every restaurant and most locations on the island. This will avoid what we call “Bali Belly”, which is your system’s response to the introduction of new organisms (eco-flora) that are abundant in tropical places; thriving with life, such as Bali.

The Weather

The weather is warm and humid. Bali is located just south of the equator meaning you can assume reliably tropical weather. May is known as the best month to travel to Bali as it is the beginning of dry season. The weather in Bali during May is quite warm and very humid, though there is not much rain during this time always be prepared for the potential of a quick rainstorm. Expect to sweat at any given moment when you arrive, but you will adjust. The temperature is usually 80o F (27oC) to 90o F (32oC) with 75% humidity. October/November are rainy sesason months so expect it to be humid with high possibility of tropical rain.

Indonesian money or US$?

Rupiah is the official currency of Indonesia and you’ll want to exchange your local currency for Rupiah when you arrive. There are many places where you’ll be able to exchange money, such as the airport upon arrival, as well as local banks. ATMs are also available throughout the island and you may withdraw Rupiah directly. There may be times that the ATM you choose is empty but there will most likely be another available near by. For most travelers we recommend keeping a few 100$ on you in cash upon arrival that you can exchange and the rest you can withdraw as needed. In general, do keep in mind that Bali is still quite a cash economy but most modern restaurants and shops now do use credit cards too.

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