Bali 200 Hour FAQs

Are my accommodations and meals included?

Yes, your accommodations and meals are included in your Program Fees.

Will coffee be available?

Coffee is served every morning at breakfast. After breakfast, both water and tea are available throughout the day.

Do I need a Visa to travel to this destination?

This is dependant on your country of citizenship and the passport you travel with.  Please contact your local embassy to ensure you know what is required of you to travel for this program.

Is the water safe to drink?

Absolutely! The water is filtered and safe to consume. Water is available to you all day and we suggest you bring along a reusable (not glass, and preferably not plastic) water bottle to refill throughout the day.

Wi-Fi & Cellular service?

Wi-Fi access is available and complimentary but limited to certain areas and the connection tends to be slow ~ any connection that is utilized is meant solely for quick email checks, and not live streaming or downloads. Skype will not be accessible with these connections.

Cellular Service is available depending on your service provider.

During the training sessions NO electronic devices will be allowed in the training space. There is little time to use services, so be mindful of what you bring to class. When in classes, we want you to “let go” and be present!

We ask that you ensure you have a data or calling plan on your phone if you need to be in touch with family and friends.

Is laundry service available?

Laundry is available ~ this is an additional cost to the student and is not included in fees.

What is “Bali Belly”?

Travellers to Bali can be affected by what is known as ‘Bali Belly’;  an upset stomach or travellers’ diarrhoea, caused by a change in diet and lifestyle. It is treatable and will usually clear itself up sometimes within 24 hours, other times is may take a couple of days or even up to a week.

Moderating the changes you make to your diet and lifestyle, particularly in the first few days will help to minimize your risk of contracting Bali Belly. Personal hygiene is also an important factor and hand washing should be done thoroughly, particularly after going to the washroom, handling money and before you eat.

Should you get Bali Belly, you can treat the condition with anti~diarrhoea medications such as Imodium and activated charcoal tablets which are available from most supermarkets.

Do I need vaccinations?

Vaccinations are not mandatory, but some students do opt to have the following vaccinations a minimum of 6 weeks before the training. It is your choice and we have not experienced any issues with contamination in the past. It is best to speak to your doctor about what is best for you.

Will I need an electrical adaptor?

If you are uncertain, please check with this global listing.

Is there an option to stay on-site or arrive earlier to the venue?

Unfortunately, no. This venue has turn-around days for cleaning between groups.

Why is my receipt in Canadian Dollars and not US Dollars?

All Program Fees are QUOTED in USD. The Canadian Dollar equivalent of the USD amount quoted is processed on your Credit Card.

On your email receipt you will see exactly what the USD amount is and what the actual Canadian amount processed was.

Why do we do this? This venue charges us in USD, and by quoting USD for our Program Fees, it ensures that the correct cost is applied for each program.  The conversion should not affect you, as the end result will be the same. You will simply see it processed as Canadian Dollars for the equivalent amount of the USD Charge.

For Example:

    • John is ready to process his 1,800 USD Deposit for a 200 Hour Program
    • Yogacara we will convert that to Canadian Dollars based on the day of processing exchange rate  (for this example let’s assume the conversion today is equal to $2,498.09 Canadian Dollars)  
    • Yogacara will process the payment of $$2,498.09 Canadian Dollars to John’s Credit Card (John will have received notice that this will happen in advance) 
    • Once processed, John will automatically receive an email receipt indicating the USD amount of 1,800 and the detail of the receipt will clearly show that $2,498.09 Canadian was charged
    • John’s Credit Card provider will make the adjustment accordingly
    • John will have paid the equivalent 1,800 USD in Canadian Dollars