Get qualified in RYT200 and RYT300
Training offered in Bali and Costa Rica Where would you choose?
Yoga Teacher Training
Yoga Teacher Training Courses in Bali and Costa Rica
RYT 200 and RYT 300
Yoga is a gentle yet powerful practice to access the stillness within.
RYT 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
The 200 hour yoga teacher-training course is Yoga Alliance accredited and internationally recognised. Completion of this Yoga course gives you the tools to transform your own life and deepen your personal yoga practice, while simultaneously being a catalyst of transformation for people worldwide through the medium of yoga.
RYT 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
The 300 Hour Level 2 course, is a dynamic and exciting Yoga Teacher Training program, open to any graduates of a Yoga Alliance certified 200 Hour course. The RYT 300 Hour designation refers to the total cumulative hours of both the course and the extra curricular assignments that need to be completed within a year. Successful completion of both Shades of Yoga RYT courses will qualify you with a 500 Hour designation. This is the highest level of Yoga Alliance certification.
I can’t believe how much we learnt, discussed, laughed about, cried about and grappled with in 200 hours… Tammy Lewis – South Africa
Our Training Venues
Our trainings are held at two beautiful Locations:
The class spaces are unique as the natural settings of both venues create an inspirational experience for all levels of practice. Smaller classes allow for individual guidance in an array of traditional and mixed styles.
Costa Rica is dramatically different from our Bali venue as it is located in the Costa Rican jungle and provides our students with a quiet, secluded environment in which to deepen their yoga practice and immerse themselves in the art of learning how to teach yoga. Iguana Lodge is nestled in the jungle, a stones throw away from the beach that offers students an unforgettable experience that will nourish your body, mind and soul
Taksu Spa – Bali
Situated in Ubud and surrounded by many of the things that bring people to Bali — scenic rice fields, small villages, art and craft communities, ancient temples, palaces, jungle and rivers. It’s central location makes it easy to get from Ubud to the mountains, beaches, and major towns. (Use our partner site: Bali Celebrated to help you find accommodation, arrange transport and find the hot spots in Bali.)