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Join Namaste Yoga Farm's Yoga Teacher Training on the beautiful island Koh Phangan, Thailand. Deepen your relationship with your yoga practice, build a daily practice of asana, pranayama, and meditation that suits you, gain the skill set you will need to teach others, and change the course of your life in paradise! You will emerge with a wider knowledge in Hatha, Vinyasa, yoga philosophy, pranayama, meditation and, in addition, an inside to Ayurveda and Kalari.
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Namaste Yoga Farm course offers different types of accommodation depending on your needs and budget. Accommodations will be on site cottages and other homestays located on the beach within five minutes' walk. All the selected places offer big and cozy rooms with double or twin bed, AC or fan, Wi-Fi, and private bathroom depending on your booking.
Upon completion of this yoga teacher training, students will receive certificate affiliated with Namaste Yoga Farm Alliance. Registration with Namaste Yoga Farm Alliance meets the identified standard set by the organization.
This is only a sample schedule and may vary from day to day. On some days, additional activities may be added or taken out. The classes are on six days each week and one day is off.
During your stay, you will enjoy one exciting snorkeling tour on the beach.
Oliver has been practicing yoga for the last 17 years and teaching nationally and internationally. As a non-assuming teacher, he has trained students from all walks of life from all over the world with his self-developed, easy to learn the style. With a traditional western background, he has studied Hatha yoga since 1999. He has studied and been initiated by well-known yoga master, Swami Dayananda, the disciple of Swami Rama of Arunachala.
Luisa is a primary school teacher and Spanish and English yoga instructor. While living in Madrid, Spain, she has been acting for many years at Teatro William Layton. She began her yoga journey in Spain and has continued over the years to expand her training in India with different teachers and different disciplines, creating her own methodology. She has visited the Himalayan mountains with Oliver for many years between 2008 and 2015 while practicing silence (Antar Mouna) for month high up after the last village of Gargi in the Parvati valley.
Adam first encountered Kalarippayat in 2001, aged 21. He had little idea of how to control himself: neither his movement nor emotions. After just two months practice he was impressed at how grounded and balanced his body felt. He decided to go to Kerala, where this martial art originally came from. Accepted as a student of Kerala Kalarippayat Academy (KKA), he began training under Gurukkal C.M Sherif and have continued to practice since then, with over four years of the last 15, spent alongside his Gurukkal in India.
Nancy is a Wholistic Coach, Yoga Teacher, Reiki Master, and Ayurvedic practitioner. As a Wholistic Coach, she leads with her intuition and draw upon a diverse palette of healing arts expertise, including Ayurveda, yoga, reiki, and meditation. Her desire to learn about the ancient holistic system of Ayurveda stemmed from many sources, namely her lack of trust in the western health system of treating symptoms over the root cause of pain and suffering.
This retreat will take place in the beautiful, wooden floor yoga shala in the holistic and spiritual area of Srithanu, Koh Phangan Island, Thailand. It's one of Thailand’s smaller islands in the Gulf of Thailand known for its palm-fringed beaches, mountainous rain forest, and circling coconut groves. It is also home to the famous full-moon parties, spas, vegan restaurants, and diving schools that often attracts a backpacker crowd.
"You are what you eat," and therefore Namaste Yoga Farm wants you to eat healthy, happy food that is prepared with love from Luisa (her salads are famous on the island). You will have fresh delicious fruits, vegetables, and other healthy ingredients from the local farmers' market that you could wish for and of course as much as possible organic.
All food is included and, during a week, a very much appreciated tradition of cooking together is developed. A wonderful way to get to know each other and get inspired with delicious yogic, vegetarian recipes. Namaste Yoga Farm just got a slow juicer for juices, smoothies, vegan ice cream, and cashew or peanut butter.
Although Namaste Yoga Farm doesn’t recommend trying to find Bottle Beach via motorbike, it is however recommended renting one and taking it around the island for a spin. Riding bikes are the cheapest and best way to see a place! Koh Phangan itself is very steep and hilly, so experienced riders are recommended.
One of the best viewpoints? A hill with a lovely view of Haad Son. If you’re coming from Had Chao Phao, head towards Haad Yao. Keep riding down and soon you will be rewarded with a magnificent view of the island.
The market is consisting of varieties of art items, souvenirs, clothing and accessories, groceries, food, decorations, all kinds of snacks, and the very alive environment. There are many stands and small shops all along the road, all offering a variety of everything with accessories and of course delicious Thai food.
Go chasing waterfalls while you’re in Koh Phangan. There are about seven different waterfalls in Koh Phangan, all relatively close to the main towns. Please do note that a lot of the waterfalls dry up during off season. However, if you are up for a nature trip, do check out Saramanora waterfalls, Phaeng, Thaan Prapaad, Thaan Sadet, Wangsai, Paradise, and Thaan Prawes waterfalls.
Please book your flight to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK).
From Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK), you can fly to Samui Airport (USM) or Surat Thani International Airport (URT).
From Samui Airport (USM) or Surat Thani International Airport (URT), you can take a taxi (40 EUR) or bus (5 EUR) to Khaosan Road to find a bus ticket to Koh Phangan / Thong Sala (20 EUR).
Ferries leave at Donsak, about one hour from Surat Thani International Airport (URT), and arrive at Thong Sala on Koh Phangan about two and a half hours later. Namaste Yoga Farm can pick you up at the pier.
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