100 hours - Yoga Technique, Training & Practice
Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Mantra, Kriya & Chanting

This is the largest portion of the curriculum, including sunrise Satsang, followed by daily Asana practice. Early morning Satsang will always include a form of meditation, and will also often include various traditional yoga techniques, such as Mantra, Kriya (cleansing techniques) and Pranayama (breathwork). The daily Asana practice is 90 minutes of rigorous, intentional, breath-based vinyasa.

30 hours - Teaching Methodology
The Sacred Fig Principles of Teaching & Personal Development

The Sacred Fig Teaching Methodology is unique in it's approach. Yes, demonstrating, assisting, and adjusting students is certainly covered. We also weave in deep personal development via vulnerability work, confidence building & group dynamics. Finally, we'll cover voice, rhythm, tone, and pace. The Sacred Fig Education is specifically geared to direct trainees to discover their authentic voice.

25 hours - Anatomy & Physiology
Applied Physical & Energetic Anatomy

The Sacred Fig anatomy curriculum is far from a typical anatomy memorization snooze-fest. You'll learn about current studies and ground-breaking movement theories in a real-life setting. We cover both the human physical anatomy (skeletal, muscular, respiratory, & cardiovascular systems) as well as energetic anatomy (prana, chakras, nadis, bandhas). There is an emphasis on understanding fascia & it's role in shaping our bodies. All the anatomical principles learned in the training are applicable to yoga asana practice, and any movement practice, in a real-life setting.

30 hours - Yoga Philosophy & Ethics
From The Yoga Sutras to Modern-Day Mindfulness

The Sacred Fig has a non-traditional approach to Yoga Philosophy. Expect a healthy dialogue on key concepts from The Yoga Sutras and Bhagavad Gita, but that's just the start. As one could dedicate years to yoga philosophy, we hone-in on key traditional philosophical concepts. We also explore present-moment awareness techniques, and mindfulness practice as it relates to a yoga teacher. 

20 hours - Practicum
Practice Teaching, Video Feedback & Dropping The Comfort Zone

Using accelerated learning techniques, trainees will practice teaching right from day one, in a variety of settings & scenarios. We utilize technology, for example, via video feedback, as another layer to the learning process. The Sacred Fig Practicum is regarded at the forefront of Yoga education, using a thoroughly considered approach to teaching that greatly expands the potential and speed in which one learns. On our trainings, trainees do not memorize a set sequence, nor do they teach from a script. Scripts and set sequences do not prepare students to teach, as we have seen over the past eight years we have been training teachers. Don't take our word for it, but rather look at the success of our grads, who now teach all over the world, have opened their own yoga studios, lead retreats, and built their own retreat centers!

Daily Schedule

This rigorous 200 hour teacher training program takes place over 22 days. Over the course of the training, expect two days of rest. Below is a typical schedule, which tends to vary slightly each training, according to the specific needs & pace of each individual group. The days will naturally vary, as each day builds upon the next.

Sunrise Satsang. Satsang means to gather in the company of those seeking the highest truth. And so together, each morning we will meditate, practice pranayama, and chant mantra. Satsang practices will vary day to day.
Asana. Rigorous, intentional, breath-based vinyasa, led by The Sacred Fig faculty. After practice, there's just enough time to enjoy a fresh young coconut water, or dip in the pool before breakfast.
Nourish. Enjoy a healthy breakfast of living foods. Expect eggs, local tropical fruits, turmeric tonic, homemade slow-rise sourdough, homemade jams, and sauteed vegges. Meals are vegetarian, and there's options for everyone. Food is often organic & local. Bali coffee & teas are available.
Morning Session. The morning session tends to be the most "traditional" in terms of yoga education - the core elements. Topics vary each week, from yoga philosophy as it's relevant today, to anatomy of the body, and how it relates to asana practice.
Nourish. Nutritious vegetarian lunch.
Integrate. Use this time to study, or enjoy a nap by the pool. This is also a great opportunity to enjoy a massage at the spa - priced reasonably at only US $15 per hour.
Afternoon Session. The afternoon session is hands-on. Topics include teacher breakout sessions, energetics of the body & movement, alignment of key poses, and physical adjustments.
Nourish. Delicious vegetarian dinner.
Evening Session. Evening sessions are specifically geared to be more experiential, spontaneous & appropriate for the hour. Everything from film screenings, to dance parties, and embodied leadership night sessions. Some evenings will not have required sessions, while others may run slightly longer than the scheduled time.
Take Rest.



Luxurious villa with a pool, kitchen, lounge, AC and WiFi, for the duration of the course. Most of the budget options do not have common spaces such as kitchen and lounge - please choose a rooming preference according to your unique needs. 


Three incredible vegetarian meals per day, for the duration of the course, including purified drinking water, coffee and tea. 


Access to all villa facilities, including WiFi throughout, multiple lounges, infinity pools, spa, and yoga shala.


200+ hours of Yoga Alliance education.
The Sacred Fig Reader, covering a rigorous + thoughtful curriculum based on accelerated learning principles.


Access to online training materials
World renowned faculty - all experts in their fields
Access to The Sacred Fig global community of yogis
Support & mentorship from The Sacred Fig faculty, including post-training guidance
Recognition as a graduate from The Sacred Fig Yoga Education Program
Surprises along the way :)

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