Free Online Class
Today at 7:00 pm
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By International Yoga Alliance
What you will know
Teaching Methodology
- Class preparation
- Step by step class structure
- Positive communication
- Friendship and trust
- Time management
- Use of voice in class
Teaching Practice (Adhyapanam)
- Demonstration
- Alignment
- Instruction
- Correction
- Observation
Yoga Philosophy
(Yoga Darshana)
- It is the key to earn yogic strength, you will establish a solid, well-grounded yoga practice
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Healthy food at House Of Om
House of Om Yoga School's Approach towards a yogic diet is simple, we cook sattvic foods and ensure our fruits and vegetables are fresh from the local market. For those who dont want cow milk coconut milk is always available and in addition to butter and cheese we have ghee and coconut oil to cater to anyone's diet while keeping the food yummy.

Many people often mistake a vegan diet for being the same as a yogic or yoga diet. But what does it actually mean? What is a yogic diet? To find out we must go on an adventure into the world of yogic and Ayurvedic philosophy.

The 3 Gunas (Qualities) of Nature

⦁ Rajas

Rajas is a state of energy, action, change, and movement. The nature of rajas is of attraction, longing and attachment and rajas strongly bind us to the fruits of our work.

⦁ Tamas

Tamas is a state of darkness, inertia, inactivity, and materiality. Tamas manifests from ignorance and deludes all beings from their spiritual truths.

⦁ Sattva

Sattva is a state of harmony, balance, joy, and intelligence. Sattva is the guna that yogis achieve towards as it reduces rajas and tamas and thus makes liberation possible.

To increase sattva reduce both rajas and tamas, eat sattvic foods and enjoy activities and environments that produce joy and positive thoughts. Sattvic foods include whole grains and legumes and fresh fruits and vegetables that grow above the ground. All of the yogic practices were developed to create sattva in the mind and body. Thus, practicing yoga and leading a yogic lifestyle strongly cultivates sattva.

Sattvic foods include:

⦁ wholemeal bread

⦁ fresh fruit and vegetables

⦁ pure fruit juices

⦁ milk

⦁ butter and cheese

⦁ legumes

⦁ nuts

⦁ seeds

⦁ sprouted seeds

⦁ honey and herb teas

House of Om Retreat Menu Teaser
Enjoy chia smoothie bowls, detox tonics and lemongrass mint tea during your daily breakfast of fresh fruits and salad.

Our specialized ayurvedic diet is cooked with love on site and during breakfast we can cater to your diet in any way, so dont feel shy to ask for any special food during your stay with us.
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Pewee Sanchez
Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher, a 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training (ERYT 500).

Founder of Yogafirst, offering 200, 300, 500 YTT, Swing Yoga TT and many other programs since 2009.
Highly qualified certified teacher and passionate Yoga Teacher
Today at 7:00 PM

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The House of Om school in Ubud is an inspiring and welcoming community
We incorporate Hatha, Ashtanga, Yin and Vinyasa Yoga to give students an extensive and embracing learning experience that covers all key aspects of Yoga to become qualified Yoga Teachers

Dates of coming 200 teacher trainings
  • Nov 18th 2019 - Dec 12th 2019

  • Jan 5th 2020 - Jan 29th 2020

  • Feb 1st 2020 - Feb 25th 2020

  • Mar 5th, 2020 - Mar 29th, 2020,

  • Apr 6th, 2020 - Apr 30th, 2020,

  • May 6th 2020 - May 30th 2020

  • Jun 5th 2020 - Jun 29th, 2020

  • Jul 1th 2020 - Jun 25th 2020

  • Aug 1st 2020 - Aug 25th 2020

  • Sep 1st 2020 - Sep 25th 2020

  • Oct 1st 2020 - Oct 25th 2020

  • Nov 1st 2020 - Nov 25th 2020

  • Nov 27th 2020 - Dec 21st 2020

  • Jan 5th 2021 - Jan 29th 2021

  • Feb 1st 2021 - Feb 25th 2021

  • Mar 5th, 2021 - Mar 29th, 2021

  • Apr 6th, 2021 - Apr 30th, 2021

  • May 6th 2021 - May 30th 2021

  • Jun 1th 2021 - Jun 25th, 2021

  • Jul 1th 2021 - Jun 25th 2021

  • Aug 1st 2021 - Aug 25th 2021

  • Sep 1st 2021 - Sep 25th 2021
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