FAQs

When does the course officially start?

The date depends on which month you have registered for, so please take note of the start and end date, however all our courses commence on a Monday. We ask that you arrive in Bali at least the day before as all our students are invited to attend a traditional Balinese opening ceremony on the Sunday prior to the course start date.

What are the dates of the course?

We have courses running throughout the year and our remaining 2020 dates are below:

August 3rd to 24th
October 5th to 26th

What is cost of the course and what’s included in the price?

Early bird offer: $2400

Standard price: $2600


All prices are quoted in USD.

All options include an airport pick up and daily vegetarian/vegan buffet breakfast. Flights and accommodation are not included.

Do you offer local rates?

For local Indonesian we do offer a reduced rate as below:

Early bird offer: 20,000,000 IDR

Standard price: 25,000,000 IDR

When is payment due and how do I pay?

You will be sent an invoice for the remaining balance, which is due one month before the course starts. You will be able to pay by bank transfer, transferwise and PayPal.

What style of yoga is taught?

This course provides an in-depth understanding of all aspects of yoga. The styles we teach are Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and basic Ashtanga.

By enrolling on the course you will learn all of the below topics:

• Yoga Asana Fundamentals
• History of Yoga - What is Yoga?
• Understanding the Chakras
• Vinyasa & Hatha Yoga
• Yin & Restorative Yoga
• Teaching skills & voice development
• Teaching Methodology
• In-depth Yoga Philosophy
• The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali 
• Ancient Mantras from India
• Yoga Therapy
• Sanskrit terminology
• Becoming a yoga teacher
• Yoga Sequencing 
• Yoga Anatomy and Physiology 
• Nutrition & Yoga lifestyle
• Meditation techniques  
• Pranayama breathing techniques 
• Adjustments and heal

What experience do I need?

Being a beginner is absolutely fine, all we ask is that you keep up your practice especially in the run up to the course. Generally we would expect 6 months of consistent training and we recommend you train at least 4 times a week a month before the YTT.

When does the early bird offer end?

The early bird offer ends 45 days before the course is due to start. If you register before this you will be entitled to the early bird offer.

Can partners/friends stay but not participate?

If you would like to book a private room and have someone stay with you that is not partaking in the course, that is absolutely fine. The additional cost per private room is $400 USD.

What are the visa requirements for Bali?

If you are only planning on staying less than 30 days then the most simple option is the 30 day visa for visiting tourists. This visa is free and you will enter through passport control with this stamp straight away.

If you plan on staying longer there is a counter that allows you to apply for a Visa on Arrival. The fee for this is around $35 USD and there you can request a 60 day visa. With this visa you wouldn’t have to worry about leaving Bali after 30 days, however you will need a Visa Agent to extend your Visa before the 30 days expires.

What happens if I paid the deposit and can't attend?

If you have paid the $300 USD non-refundable deposit and are unable to attend the course that you have registered for you are able to transfer to any other date within a year from when you paid.

What is the cancellation policy?

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, we advise that bookings that have been made and you are unable to use are moved and rescheduled to any of our future YTT dates. Refund requests will be reviewed individually.


Policy and procedure / student liability:
 

Due to teacher cancellations or any other situations outside our control, we reserve the right to make any changes to our programme, courses or teachers. Alternative arrangements will be offered, but we do not accept responsibility for any costs incurred, including airfare and travel plans.

Joga Yoga accepts no liability for loss, damage, injury or illness whilst the students are on training with us, or for any travel costs to or from the retreat site.

Joga Yoga strongly recommend that you have your own travel insurance to cover any loss or injury, including repatriation if necessary.

Passports, visas and health/medical requirements are the responsibility of the student. You must ensure that you have a valid passport and any necessary visas, as well as any necessary or required inoculations or other health requirements.

What is the daily schedule and when are the days off?

The course is 21 days long and 200 hours. The schedule is as follows:

7.00 – 7.30  Mantra & Meditation
7.30 – 9.00  Morning Yoga Class
9.00 – 10.30  Alkaline Vegan/Vegetarian Breakfast
10.30 – 1.00  Yoga Philosophy & Anatomy
1.00 – 3.00   Lunch & Free Time
3.00 – 4.30   Adjustments, Asana Lab & Sequencing
4.30 – 5.30   Strength, Flexibility, Arm Balance Training
5.30 – 6.30   Candlelight Yin Yoga
6.30 onward  Sunset, Dinner and Free Time

Saturday is a half day and Sunday is a free day for you to explore Canggu as you wish.

How do I sign up?

If you would like to book, the next step would be to complete our registration form on our website so we have your details and paying the $300 USD deposit to secure your place. Please find the link below to the registration form:

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