We accept a maximum of 26 students per course.
You will learn to teach Hatha Yoga & Vinyasa Flow and will also be introduced to other styles such as Ashtanga, Yin/Restorative and Pre-Natal Yoga.
The nearest airport is located on the island of Koh Samui, which is a 30 minutes ferryboat ride to Koh Phangan. We do not offer airport or pier transfers; but taxis will be available to take you from Samui airport to any of the Samui piers and to our school upon your arrival at the Thong Sala pier on Koh Phangan.
We suggest to bring the following:
*Please note that all of these items are also readily available to be purchased here on the island
As Koh Phangan is a tropical jungle island, we do have mosquitoes. They are mostly active in the morning between 6:00 & 7:30am and in the evening between 18:00 & 19:30pm. Remember to close your room door and windows during sunrise and sunset hours.
Vaccines are not mandatory, but some vaccinations are recommended by doctors and travel clinics. Please speak to your doctor and visit the following website for more information: www.tmb.ie/destinations/vaccinations-for-thailand
There is no Malaria on Koh Phangan therefore it is not necessary to take medication for this, unless you plan to travel to other countries afterwards. We do however have cases of Dengue fever from time to time.
Laundry services are located all around the island. You can choose to do it yourself or pay to have it take care of for you. Rates for doing laundry are very cheap however, just to be on a safe side, try to avoid bringing expensive clothes in case of damage or lost.
Koh Phangan has a tropical climate and only one month of true dry season, which is February. The climate is hot and humid for most of the year and showers are usually brief. The best moment to come to Koh Phangan is from January to April.
Our Yoga Teacher Training Course is mainly based on traditional teachings from India and some of those may have a bit of Hindi influence. Within the YTTC there may be a fire puja, which is a sacred fire ceremony. Details of this ceremony will be explained before the event.
Thailand is a Buddhist country with traditional etiquettes; we greet one another with the wai – a sign of respect and reverence. It is usually offered by pressing hands together accompanied by the words ‘sawatdi khrap’ for males and ‘sawatdi kha’ for females. Elders are highly respected in Thai culture. Thai cultural taboos include touching someone’s head (which is considered the most sacred part of the body), or pointing with your feet towards them.