Frequently Asked Question
Starting new journey is exciting, but sometimes it’s scary. You might feel like you will take a leap into the unknown, It’s very natural to have doubts and questions, and we truly understand! We know you might have a lot of questions before starting the journey with us, and we are so happy to be able to answer all of your questions
Do I become a registered Yoga Alliance teacher straight away after completing the course or I have to register myself?
Our school is an international certified yoga school accredited by Yoga Alliance, upon you finish your training, you will get a certification to register in Yoga Alliance, you need to register by yourself, however we will happy to guide you anytime you need.
Upon you register in Yoga Alliance, you will be able to teach around the world.
During your teacher training you will get 1 day off, so you will be able to explore all the area in Ubud or Gianyar, you can find the surrounding area in this brochure too
The transportation from and to the hotel, do we get any details and info before arrival, never been to Bali and will travel on my own, feeling a bit unsure?
We understand that when we are in a place we have never visited, surely we will feel worried. However, You don’t need to worry our course is including pick up and drop off service from the airport. one of our drivers will wait at the gate and holding a sign with your name on it, just send us all your details :)
During the course, you will have asana (physical yoga) practice every morning. We suggest that students have some form of daily asana practice. If you just try yoga, you may need to give yourself a few month practice, if you have regular yoga practice then you are ready anytime.
An advanced yogi is not a person who can do advanced postures, an advanced yogi is someone who does yoga with a willingness to learn, an understanding of the limit of their own body and maturity.
This course is not only for aspiring teachers but also for the anyone who wants to deepen their practice, this course will give the experienced yogi a new perspective of yoga.
The cost of Parahita Yoga teacher training is $ 3200 USD. This includes your tuition, certificate, and also private accommodation, all day meals, transport shuttle, but doesn’t cover flights and personal expense. We offer shared accommodation option for $ 2800 USD, and other budgets that could suit to your need.
You can enroll with 20% of the price as deposit, the remain of the payment is due a month before the training starts.
The deposit is non-refundable, however it can moved to another course, if you booked a training and were unable to attend that month we could move the deposit to any of our event within the next 12 months for you.
We have two incredible locations in Bali,
Ubud – Ubud is a town on the Indonesian island of Bali in Ubud District, located amongst rice paddies and steep ravines in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency. Promoted as an arts and culture centre, it has developed a large tourism industry.
Gianyar – Central Bali, If you live and breathe the yogi way of life, you will be mind blown by a scenic location that is nestled surrounding by rice fields and cornfield, very peaceful, and calm. During the training, you will stay at the beautiful Bona Village Bali, Located in Gianyar on the lust green rice field with a beautiful view of both sunset and sunrise. Only takes 45 minutes from the airport, 15 minutes to the famous tourist destination of Ubud and 10 minutes from the beach. Relax your mind, body, and soul with staying in Bona Village Inn and make your holidays become completely unforgettable moment ever.
Book flights to Bali, we’ll pick you up at the airport
Our RYT-200 Trainings start at 7 am on Day one, and the day after.
Most students arrive the day before so they have time to settle into their accommodation and find their bearings etc.
The RYT-200 course ends at 9 am on Day 25 – and most students get together somewhere special afterwards for a celebratory meal and goodbye.
Bali is a tropical island, average year-round temperature stands at around 30°C with a humidity level of about 85%. The dry season is March to October, November to February is wet season. Even during wet season it is still hot, and the rain generally comes in short, you will still get your sunshine. You can find out more about the average temperature/ humidity/ rainfall weather each month here: https://www.bali.com/news_weather.html
The currency for Bali is Indonesian Rupiah. You can check the exchange rate to your local currency here: http://www.xe.com/currency/idr-indonesian-rupiah
Our training is focused in hatha and vinyasa. However In day to day practice we include meditation and breathing practice and also there will be many approach using yin perspective.