Embarking on your yoga journey with Akirayoga in Nusa Lembongan involves preparation and consideration. Here‘s a comprehensive guide to ensure you’re well-prepared for your Yoga Teacher Training course or retreat with us:

Location and Arrival:

Akirayoga, your Yoga Teacher Training Center, is nestled in the serene beauty of Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Indonesia. A 30-minute boat ride from Sanur, Bali harbor, takes you to this island paradise, offering a perfect blend of jungles and white sandy beaches, away from the bustling city of Ubud.

Upon arriving at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Bali, a local taxi will easily and smoothly take you to the port of Sanur for your boat journey to Nusa Lembongan. To ensure a seamless arrival, aim to land 30 minutes before the boat departure time.

Visa Policies:

Understanding Indonesia’s visa and immigration policies is crucial. Visa on Arrival (VOA) and Visa Exemption Facilities are available, each with specific requirements. Check the circular letters and health protocols related to COVID-19 for the latest information.

Make sure to carry a valid passport, a return ticket or onward pass, proof of payment for VOA, and health insurance covering COVID-19 and medical evacuation. Stay informed about the entry stamp validity for Visit Visa Exemption or Visa on Arrival.

For any visa-related queries, you are welcome to contact us and we are happy to put you in touch with companies with record excellence of service we have used ourselves.

Bali Weather Guide:

Bali, including Nusa Lembongan, experiences two seasons. The dry season, from March to October/November, offers stable temperatures between 25ºC to 34ºC. The wet season, from November/December to April, brings higher humidity and occasional rainstorms.

Pack accordingly, considering the weather conditions, and include essentials like your yoga mats, comfortable clothes, reusable water bottle, mosquito repellent, adapter, sunscreen, bathing suit, warm-weather clothes, and some cash.

Practice and Study Suggestions:

Prepare for the physical demands of the yoga teacher training course by practicing asanas 5-7 times a week before the course begins. Develop a self-practice to enhance your ability to lead yourself and, eventually, others.

Observe your yoga teachers during led studio classes, noting effective verbal cues, transitions, and postures. This observation will contribute to your growth as a yoga instructor. As you delve into this transformative journey, be open to becoming not only a student of asana but also of how it is taught and the underlying philosophy.

Recommended Reading:

Enrich your yoga journey by delving into our curated list of essential books every yogi should read. From foundational texts to modern interpretations, these books cover philosophy, mindfulness, anatomy, and more. Whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or a beginner, let these reads inspire and deepen your practice on and off the mat.

Prepare for your yoga journey with this insightful article providing a roadmap for self-discovery through the profound wisdom found within these carefully selected reads. Elevate your understanding of yoga and unlock its transformative power with these invaluable resources.

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