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Dr. Sohail Ebady, facilitator of the Yoga Teacher Training in Bali, shows how to do the Ardha Kati Chakrasana, or the lateral arc position, properly.
Patanjali Institute includes training on hypnotherapy in their Yoga Teacher Training Thailand courses. Find out why in this post about the benefits of hypnotherapy.
Have you ever wanted to become a yoga teacher but couldn’t quite decide to do it? We have 10 reasons to convince you to follow your dream now!
The instructor, who’s also the founder of Patanjali Institute, is Dr. Sohail Ebady. He has decades of experience as a yoga teacher (21 years) and as a hypnotherapist (20 years). In the course of his hypnotherapy practice, Dr. Ebady realized that yoga and hypnotherapy done together can be a very potent tool towards helping someone achieve inner peace.
Dr. Ebady speaks English, Persian, German, Hindi and Urdu. He has given the Yoga Teacher Training and Hypnotherapy Diploma Course in 17 countries. He’s now based in Chiang Rai, Thailand and Bali, Indonesia.
For more information about Dr. Ebady, check out About Sohail Ebady.
Our courses in Thailand and Bali are limited to 10 people only for every class. This is to make sure that our instructor, Dr. Sohail Ebady, will have ample chance to observe each student and provide individual assistance. This is why our training works. All students benefit from Dr. Ebady’s personalized professional feedback and guidance.
Most nationalities are given a free 30-day tourist visa on arrival. For some passport holders, you may need to apply in your country of residence. If you wish to extend your stay in Thailand longer than 30 days, border runs to Myanmar (just 20 minutes away from the resort) can be arranged at your own expense. Please note that over staying your visa will result in a 500 THB per day penalty upon departure.
You can also ask for a 60-day-visa from the Thai embassy in your own country before arriving in Thailand.
Check out the Visa Policy of Thailand.
Nationals of 62 countries will be given a 30-day Visa on Arrival (fee: US$25). These include all European Union and EFTA member states except Croatia, all Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf member states, and citizens of Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Fiji, India, Japan, Libya, Maldives, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Panama, Russia, South Africa, South Korea, Suriname, Taiwan, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, Turkey and the United States.
Nationals of the following countries, however, can enter Indonesia without a visa for 30 days: Brunei, Cambodia, Chile, Ecuador, HK, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, Peru, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.
All other nationalities should apply for a visa at an Indonesian embassy or consulate.
You can expect to
- Comfortable clothing – prepare for hot weather, cool evenings and possible rain!
- Bathing suit
- Personal items/toiletries
- Yoga mat
- Notebooks and pens
- Health insurance
Yes, you will get the essence of what Dr. Sohail Ebady teaches with his 20 years of experience!