Bali is ideal for going through a moment of transformation as important as a yoga teacher training course.
It is an excellent destination for those looking for a quiet environment surrounded by nature.
This is not only thanks to its geography, but also to its people.
BUT WHERE IS BALI? AND IS IT JUST ONE ISLAND OR A SET OF ISLANDS?
Bali is one of the 38 provinces of the Indonesian archipelago and is not just an island.
It is made up of the island of Bali (the largest and most populated) and three small neighboring islands.
They are called Las Nusas, and they are (from largest to smallest): Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan.
Nusa Lembongan, the middle sister, has a little bit of each sister and this is where this blog is from.
PH Polina Kuzovkova
Bali is the only province in Indonesia where the predominant religion is Hinduism, in its Balinese version.
Thus providing a setting consistent with the philosophy of Yoga, where families perform ceremonies with very special music.
Imagine waking up every morning to the sound of bells and seeing families in their traditional clothing leaving offerings.
All the activities of the Balinese revolve around these ceremonies, bringing together families and sometimes entire cities.
IS THERE ANY OTHER REASON TO DO MY YOGA TRAINING IN BALI?
Yes! Being an ideal place for Yoga, there is a vast selection of teachers and centers with a lot of experience.
Here is a selection of places to do your teaching:
You will spend long hours with the people who will be your teachers, absorbing their knowledge and techniques.
They are the ones who are going to make a course an unforgettable experience.
For this reason, I recommend looking for information about the people in charge of the course.
Both through the Yoga center and on social media and see if their style appeals to you.
That being said, I wish you the best on this beautiful path that you are about to walk though.