YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
Holistic Traditional Yoga with a Modern Twist for Everyone
Our Yoga Studio and carefully hand-selected teachers offer you an international platform; therefore, upon request, we teach any class in English. If you are a beginner or advanced, our schedule (below) fits your style, your body and your mood with our daily abundance of different, creative and diversified yoga classes: from demanding Advanced, Power Yoga and Bali Yoga Bootcamp practices to yoga-therapeutic, Heal-Your-Back, Spinal Mobility and alignment-based Hatha Yoga lessons to Meditation & totally relaxed Yin Yoga practices, an abundant yoga island is awaiting you (class descriptions here). Weekly Asana (physical posture)- and monthly Yoga Philosophy– themes let you dive deeper into this ancient-modern source of wisdom.
Enjoy every Saturday a free Community Class and regularly once a month our popular Bhakti Mantra Singing as well as our 2,5 Stunden non-stop Yin Yoga Workshop. International Events, Retreats and Yoga Teacher Trainings complement our “Bali offering” for you.
Why Bali? Beate: “After 22 years of island experience on Bali, having returned to Vienna, I’m eager to share my eastern experiences and studies with the western world. Bali is a traditional and spiritual place and has inspired me and Bali Yoga Wien to holistic and traditional yoga and a conscious lifestyle. Expect in our classes a “Bali Magical” interplay of body, mind and soul: Yoga Asanas with focus on breathing, strengthening, relaxation and alignment are accompanied by Yoga philosophy, chants, meditation and often music to inspire you to find back to your center, calm and power to visualize and create the life you want.”
For beginners we suggest to attend a Beginner’s Course first, before visiting Basic and OpenLevel – Rückenyoga, Yin and Therapeutic Yoga – practices; we recommend Vinyasa Flow and all other OpenLevel classes after 3 – 6 months regular practice!
Please note that Beginner’s Courses are not Open Level classes. To attend, it is required to sign up for the whole 10 week course prior to the starting date.
“I can’t do yoga, I’m not flexible enough”, “Yoga is not for me, it’s too slow/boring/straining for me…”. Who hasn’t heard these or similar statements, when a conversation turns to the topic of yoga, or maybe even had these thoughts themselves?
While yoga’s popularity is increasing and more and more people practice it, very different views about what yoga actually is are spreading as well. Especially in our western – often fitness-oriented – world, yoga seems to be reduced only to its physical aspects. Yet, by reducing the term yoga in this way, also the area in which it can spread is narrowed. We are limiting Yoga to the yoga mat and the four walls of a studio or our personal space, when the true field for the practice of yoga is much larger, wider and deeper than these spatial boundaries.
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