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Yin Yoga Teacher Training in Bali

This teacher training includes a mix of long and short courses for Yin yoga. Guided by Mysan Sidbo, as the main teacher, you will have an intensive yoga course developed for you to immerse yourself into Yin yoga, anatomy, meridians, chakras and explore Yin yoga with all its goodness on a deep level. This boutique, personalized Yin yoga teacher training will give you more insights, understanding and knowledge to be soaked up. Book yourself in to get the benefits of Yin.

Retreat highlights

  • Daily yoga practices
  • Study of meridian and chakras
  • Yoga philosophy, anatomy, and physiology
  • Use of yoga shala and meditation cave
  • Daily breakfasts and 3 dinners
  • 1 fun day of adventure
  • 13 nights' lodging

Skill level

  • Intermediate

Yoga styles

13 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
The maximum participants in the group is 20
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Your retreat center is Narasoma Retreat Centre on Beji Lane just off Monkey Forrest Road. You can stay in a twin shared room or in a limited single room available upon request.

Mysan Yoga Sanctuary Bali Yoga Teacher Training Program

The course starts on June 2, 2017 at 07:00, there is a meeting briefly for introductions on June 1 at 07:00. Your welcome dinner is on June 2, and the training then ends on the evening of June 14 with a graduation dinner. Your departure is on June 15, 2017.

To attend this 100-hour Yin yoga teacher training you must successfully completed prior 200-hour teacher training. Students who wish to proceed in their own personal practice can join this course for their own yoga development with teacher's consent.

Course overview

  • 25 hours of anatomy and physiology
  • 25 hours of yoga physiology, meridians, chi and chakras
  • 20 hours of Yin yoga philosophy, ethics and lifestyle
  • 20 hours of theory and practice of Yin yoga techniques
  • 10 hours of teaching and sequencing techniques

Anatomy and physiology

In the 20 hours anatomy and physiology part of your training, you will study muscles, joints and bones of the body to understand and be able to break down each Yin yoga pose, gaining a thorough anatomical body awareness so theachers can assist each individual student. This deep understanding of anatomy also provides you with knowledge of how to deal with injuries and contraindications of the body.

Additionally, you will look at the anatomic theories of a Yin and Yang yoga practice. Skeletal structure and set up is another area of great importance - you will explore the bones and joints of the body.

Fascia (connective tissue) is also of great importance in Yin yoga - you will look into the myofacial compartments of the main muscle groups of the body as well as the deeper fascia of the body that you work on your Yin yoga practice. The component of this course is theoretical as well as hands on learning.

Yoga physiology, meridians and chakras

You will be studying the body’s meridian lines and chakras. You will explore chi and Prana Flow so you can understand its power and what you can do in poses, with breath, to increase and stimulate your energies to create health.

You will connect the meridians to the organs and also look into what poses will stimulate each meridian line. After this course you will know the main meridian lines and be able to implement them into your teachings.

This component also gives you a greater understanding of what chi is, where chi is and how it flows, how you can aid your chi and contain your chi inside for better longevity and vitality.

To learn thoroughly about meridians, chi and chakras, you will study the theory behind it as well as putting the theories and your understanding of it all into practice so you get to feel first hand the power of these mystic fields that you all are made of.

Yin yoga philosophy, ethics and lifestyle

Woven into the teachings of your Yin yoga teacher training are ancient philosophies and studies from texts such as the Hatha Yoga Pradipika. You will gain insights into where Yin yoga originates, the Indian Tantric traditions and the Chinese Taoism traditions.

You will further understand the difference in Yin and Yang practices and why Yin is currently increasing in the yoga world. The Yin and Yang concepts will be explored in life, the universe, in poses and in each individual.

Theory and practice of yoga techniques

This component is important to find the depth of body, mind and heart. It contains the study of the body’s range of motion in poses, analyzing poses, joints and positioning of the body’s different areas to adjust each individual student in the best way.

Exploring tension versus compression of the body’s tissues and joints and bones. By knowing what compression and tension is, you will be able to adjust each individual correctly, guiding them to feel the purpose and benefit of the pose.

All main Yin poses are broken down and explored to enable the teachers full understanding of the body, mind, heart, meridian lines and chi flow. Breathing, relaxation and meditation will be discussed and explored. This will all be studied in Yin yoga class examples, as well as a hands-on approach as you learn by doing exercises.

Teaching and sequencing techniques

You will learn and explore how to teach and sequence your Yin yoga classes from a physical aspect through to the utmost energetic layer. How to put poses together and how to deliver a theme for the class. This component is a lot about how to handle your yoga tribe and how to teach and reach each and every student, even though in a class scenario, so it benefits them the most. Learning how to speak your students language.

Included excursions

This package includes one fun-day adventure.


Mysan Sidbo
Mysan has been practicing yoga for nearly 20 years and has been teaching for over 13 years. She teaches Hatha yoga, Yin yoga and Yang yoga as well as meditation and pranayama (breath awareness). She is a senior teacher of Yoga Australia and has completed over 3000 hours of teacher trainings through the years. Among those trainings, she is mentoring under an Indian yoga teacher for over two years and a 1-year Hatha yoga diploma from Qi Health and Yoga where she is now educating teachers on the course.

Retreat location

The teacher training course will be located in the amazing village of Ubud in Bali where you have access to other forms of yoga, healthy amazing food and great energy.


You will have daily breakfast during your training. There will also be welcome dinner, "get-to-know-the-tribe" dinner, and graduation dinner prepared for you.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 1 fun day of adventure
  • 13 nights’ accommodation
  • 3 dinners
  • All course handouts (anatomy, physiology, meridians and chakras, and yoga philosophy)
  • Daily breakfasts
  • Daily yoga practices and theory
  • Thorough learning support during the course
  • Use of yoga shala and meditation cave

Cancellation Policy

  • The deposit is fully refundable if the booking is cancelled up to 2 days before the arrival date.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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