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26 Days 200-Hour Comprehensive Yoga Teacher Training Bali

200-Hour Practice-Deepening Yoga Teacher Training in Bali, Indonesia

Join this teacher training in Bali as you live and embody the teachings of yoga with this comprehensive 200-hour yoga teacher training. This training gives you the tools and knowledge to deepen your personal practice, awaken new inspirations, perspectives, and confidence to teach yoga with a solid foundation. Through regular practice, the perception of self begins to expand an awakening to the truth of ones' being. Expand your knowledge to the understanding of yoga as you deepen your relationship with yourself.

Retreat highlights

  • Daily lectures
  • Daily yoga classes
  • Training manual book
  • Daily mediation sessions
  • 25 nights' accommodation
  • 3 daily vegetarian meals
  • 3 massage sessions
  • Airport transfer

Yoga styles

25 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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During this yoga teacher training, you will be staying in one of deluxe rooms or standard rooms at Bhanuswari Resorts and Spa, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. For your stay, you can choose a single room with a double king-size bed or a twin shared room with two twin-size beds.


  • 220-volt electricity outlets
  • A choice of two swimming pool
  • Air conditioner with independent control
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi internet access
  • Hairdryers and irons available upon request
  • Hot shower
  • Mosquito net
  • Unlimited drinking water

Feeling Soul Good Bali Yoga Teacher Training Program

Typical schedule

On Monday to Friday, the daily activities follow the typical schedule below. Every Saturday is the free day, and every Sunday follows a less intensive schedule. The typical schedule is as follows:

  • 06:30-10:00 Asana, pranayama, chanting meditation
  • 10:00-11:00 Silent breakfast
  • 11:00-13:00 Lecture
  • 13:00-15:30 Lunch break
  • 15:30-18:30 Rotation of the following topics; teaching methodology / adjustments, teaching practice / class, yoga Nidra / chanting / satsang

Topics covered

Asana methodology

You'll learn a detailed breakdown of each pose and an overview of the five main categories of postures: standing poses, forward bends, back bends, twists, and inversions. You’ll also explore how to safely go into and out of each pose, offering proper adjustments, modifications, foundation, alignment, and symmetry, as well as the benefits and contraindications for each asana.

Teaching practice

You will start teaching each other in the first week. The practice of teaching begins slowly with teaching one-on-one and then gradually builds to teach small groups for the final practice. Feeling Soul Good gives lots of time for teaching practice to help build confidence, self-esteem, and allow the teachings to be fully integrated.

Specialty asana classes

These specialty asana classes are usually offered on Sundays (typically your more relaxed, fun-filled day).

Acro yoga

You will learn Acro yoga that helps build trust as it is working with a partner.

Kids’ yoga

This yoga is for both adults and children as it brings out the inner child in the adult, and initiates lots of laughter and play for all ages.

Prenatal yoga

This yoga brings an understanding to some of the basic poses used for pregnant women.


There are many different styles and ways to meditate. You will explore three different methods, so you may find the best fit for you.


1-hour pranayama session each day is devoted to conscious breathing, bandhas, mudras, and kriya practice.

Yoga philosophy

You will explore the two most important ancient texts: The Yoga Sutras and The Bhagavad Gita.

Physical and subtle anatomy

You will learn how various systems of the body connect with various movements and poses. Discover how the bones, muscles, and joints are connected with various asanas.

The subtle anatomy is an introduction to the unseen bodies of the chakras system. Discover how the chakras function without physical and spiritual bodies, and how the chakras affect your subconscious.

Nada yoga

Feeling Soul Good encourages the freedom of using one’s voice; through mantras, singing, vocal play, and by simply allowing yourself to open and transform stuck energy. Discovering vibration is a subtle process, as with your thinking, your intentions, and the words you use. This process will allow you to deepen your inner connection, and it will provide you with a valuable healing tool that you can use for the rest of your life.

Sound healing

You will receive a sound bath that takes you on an inward journey which encourages deep relaxation and healing.

Natural healing and nutrition

Let your food be your medicine. You will explore healthy eating habits and the use of food in healing.

Yoga Nidra

Reprogram the subconscious through rotating conscious.


Ceremonies is honoring the unseen energies, the elements, and the rhythms of moon cycles.

Conscious connected breath work

You will learn to awaken energy blocks through the power of breath.

Healing sessions

You will learn to transfer healing energy.



In respect for the group and the teachers, Feeling Soul Good requests that students arrive in ample time before the beginning of every class. Any late arrivals may find that they are not admitted into the class.


  • 100% attendance is required in order to receive a certificate. Since the training is scheduled in intensive segments, there is very little room for non-attendance.
  • In the case of continuous non-attendance, additional hours of study on a future training will be required and a certificate of either 100, 150 or 175 hours will be issued to reflect the hours completed (additional hours of study are subject to a teaching fee).
  • If a student has a slight illness, he / she is encouraged to attend the class and observe. It is Feeling Soul Good's experience that by being present and listening many of the teachings can still be digested.
  • If the illness is severe, a student should inform Feeling Soul Good, so that if it's necessary, the doctor can be called on the student's behalf.


  • Certificates are presented to students on the basis of performance and attendance throughout the training.
  • All students are required to achieve 75% pass rates in exams and assessments.
  • If a student fails in any part of the training, re-takes will be offered.
  • In cases where the standard has not been met, a note stating ‘further training recommended’ will be added to the certificate.


In all training, there is silence from the beginning of the day until and including breakfast. It has been found that the practice of silence allows students to assimilate and digest the morning practice.

Drugs and alcohol

Feeling Soul Good teacher training adheres to a strict 100% alcohol, cigarette and drug free policy.


Homework is given for the students to clarify their understanding of any new information or teachings that you receive during class. All students are requested to keep up to date with their homework and inform Feeling Soul Good if they have difficulties or issues with the homework they are given.

Relating to others

If the student has any personal problems or difficulties with anybody on the training (teacher or student), please talk to one of the teachers so they can mediate and support a flowing relationship to be established. People grow by learning from being in relationship with others.


  • The training is not suitable for pregnant women or for anyone on medication for serious physical or mental conditions unless covered by a doctor’s note. Neither is it suitable for anyone who is emotionally unstable.
  • On arrival to the training all students are requested to sign a disclaimer stating that they are fit and healthy both mentally and physically and they are prepared for intensive practices that may lead to emotional and physical releases.
  • Ultimately, each person is asked to take responsibility for him or herself. This means resting when needing to or ‘backing off’ when one feels about to move beyond any personal limitation (physical or mental).
  • If a student experiences any kind of crisis, Feeling Soul Good’s team are there to help and be supportive. However, it must be recognized that they are not doctors or trained counselors. They have connections with local professionals, doctors, therapists, and spiritual councilors (Indian and Western). So, if you need to see a professional it can be arranged.


  • If any student is continually disruptive or fails to comply with the above etiquettes, Feeling Sould Good reserves the right to dismiss that person from the training and ask them to leave the venue.
  • Yamas and niyamas should be followed throughout the course. If you have forgotten them, they will be reviewed again.


Sequoia Henning
Yoga Alliance RYT 200 (Ashtanga Yoga)
Sequoia’s yogic journey began with the very disciplined practice of the Iyengar tradition. After years of practicing the Iyengar lineage, she cultivated her own personal practice and discipline, which organically transformed her asana practice into a mixture of the Ashtanga and Hatha schools. Now, she teaches the traditional practice of Hatha yoga incorporating space for inner awareness and witnessing, which allows one to deepen inner connection beyond the physical body.
Marita Dortins
As a gymnast from a young age, Marita realised early on that she’s happiest upside-down – and when she found yoga, it was love at first downward dog. More than 15 years after that first class she still finds joy within each practice. Marita began teaching Iyengar-influenced yoga in 2002 after apprenticing with her first teacher Bernie Peterson. A few years later, she discovered Vinyasa yoga, and relished the freedom of flowing through movement and connecting with breath – her yoga practice became a moving meditation. Marita’s teaching can now be described as alignment-based Vinyasa.
Pablo Candileri
Pablo is a certified Hatha Vinyasa yoga instructor with the intention to expand his spiritual quests. He met and practiced different styles and different systems of yoga, including the rigor of Ashtanga, integrity of Anusara, the precision of Iyengar, the nobility of inbound, the fluidity of Vinyasa, the softness and certainty of Hatha, all while maintaining his Bhakti devotion practice. Through this, he saw that diversity is necessary and learned from each style the freedom to integrate multiple visions without limiting himself to just one teacher or one line of practice.

Retreat location

This 200-hour yoga teacher training will take place at Bhanuswari Resorts and Spa, Ubud, Bali, Indonesia. It is a beautifully manicured retreat center that is surrounded by rice fields and a spacious landscape, nestled 20-minute away from the hustle of Ubud. Learn in a quiet setting surrounding nature that gives you more peace of mind and connection to nature of Bali. This venue, Bhanuswari, is located about 1-hour north of the airport, which is 20-minute from Ubud. Ubud has a bit of everything from great healers, shops, and delicious vegetarian restaurants.


A vegetarian buffet offers a wide variety of healthy international cuisine. It's all served organic as much as possible. If you have dietary restrictions just let Feeling Soul Good know so they can accommodate your needs better.

What's included

  • 3 daily vegetarian meals
  • 3 massages
  • 25 nights' accommodation
  • Airport transfer
  • All classes, lectures, and practices
  • Complementary shuttle to Ubud
  • Complementary water
  • Temple excursion
  • Training manual

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Saturday and evening meals
  • Tips
  • Visa

Cancellation Policy

  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on departure.
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