Gokul Yoga Bali

Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia

Gokul Yoga Bali is a yoga school and ashram set amidst lush green on a Bali river bank. The school offers yoga workshops, classes, and teacher training courses.

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17 Days 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training in Bali, Indonesia

December 5-21, 2017 | April 8-24, 2018, 2017–2018

Instruction language: English

from US$2,500

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17 days / 16 nights

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Instruction language: English

from US$2,300

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17 days / 16 nights

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Instruction language: English

from US$575

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8 days / 7 nights

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Instructors 3

Jani Jaatinen aka Mahayogi Gokulacandra Das

Jani started his yoga journey in 2000 with Janne Kontala, a legendary teacher and Jani’s good friend. Since then, he has been practicing Hatha and Ashtanga, as well as integrating yogic spiritual practices. He also teaches internationally, regularly visiting Gokul Yoga Bali for retreats and teacher training workshops. Mahayogi’s dedication and devotion to yoga are an inspiration for everyone who has had the chance to study yoga with him.

Masley Yahya

Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 (Yoga)

Masley is a trained and dedicated yoga instructor. Her practice is influenced by classical yoga covering Hatha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga Yoga currently taught by Mahayogi Jani Jaatinen of Gokul Yoga. She teaches Hatha and Vinyasa yoga which are alignment-based so no matter the pace of the practice is, the mind finds quiet strength in becoming aware of the rhythm of the body. She is a registered yoga teacher (E-RYT 500) and has a background in community and clinical psychology. She hopes to share her knowledge in using yoga as a complementary toolkit in managing stress, anxiety, and depression.

I Ketut Aryantha

School of Sacred Arts, Ubud (Yoga)

Ary was born into a Balinese healers family and practiced yoga from a young age with his yogi sister, Pradnya, and father. He graduated from the 200-hour TTC at the School of Sacred Arts in Ubud in 2012. Since then, he's been teaching every day. Since 2013, Ary has been studying yoga with Jani Jaatinen (Mahayogi Gokulacandra Das). Ary teaches Gokul Hatha (asana, pranayama, meditation) and Gokul Vinyasa yoga. His traditional approach to yoga helps people understand its roots and value. He encourages people to establish their own practice by giving them appropriate tools, wisdom, and skills.

Reviews 1

    Testimonials 4

    • Ola Sowa

      Gokul Yoga Bali Facebook page

      Best teachers, beautiful yogashala. A must if you are in Bali.

    • a traveler Malaysia

      TripAdvisor website

      We stayed there for 2 nights and had such an amazing time. The house is clean, spacious, and comfortable. The natural spring pool was surrounded by the trees and it was just amazing. There was a beautiful bamboo structure where we had our yoga and it was nice. I can't stop saying all the good things. Last but not least, the people make us feel so welcomed and they also help us on the transport too. I'll definitely come back!

    • Flo G. Norway

      TripAdvisor website

      We attended a workshop earlier this year. The instructors were well qualified and inspiring. The location which is in an ashram was so amazing. The owners are the yoga teachers, who are very friendly and professional. Gokul Yoga Bali is highly recommended.

    • Crina Andrei

      Gokul Yoga Bali Facebook page

      When in Bali, joining yoga classes at Gokul Yoga studio is a must!

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