Our Program in Asia
Chiang Rai, Thailand
Chiang Rai is the northernmost province in Thailand, bordered by Myanmar and Laos to the north and east. Chiang Rai has a relaxed, small town atmosphere, with budget accommodations, and of course, delicious cuisine. You can get to Chiang Rai by bus (from Chiang Mai) or plane (with daily flights to Bangkok).
There are many reasons to like Chiang Rai, from its temples and religious sites, to its museums and galleries. For the more adventurous visitors, there are options as well for caving, trekking, and rock climbing, among others.
Impression from our first Yoga Teacher Training Program held in Chiang Rai, Thailand 2013
Bali, the so-called Island of the Gods, is the destination of choice for many foreign travelers. In fact, a lot of people go to Indonesia just to visit Bali alone. Indeed, no one can blame them. Bali is a place like no other, with its rich culture, varied landscape of hills and mountains, white sandy beaches, and lush rice terraces.
There are many, many things to do in Bali. It’s most famous for its beaches, and water sports like diving, surfing, and island hopping. Its people are generous and warm, but a lot of fun, too. While Kuta is highly touristy, Ubud is the better choice, where the island’s culture can be clearly seen and felt.
Ahangama, Sri Lanka
Ahangama can be found not far from the country´s capital Colombo. It is located 130 km south, in an area that is well known for being a hot spot for diving and surfing.