Bali, Indonesia ~

Feb 29 – Mar 29, 2020

This is a month long training during which you’ll learn techniques for practicing and leading the 84 asana sequence, often called the “advanced class.” You’ll also learn to practice and lead the 90 minute e84 Intermediate class. Our asana practice will be accompanied by an inquiry into non-physical yoga via an introduction to Jnana yoga and a survey of yoga history and influential yoga texts. This training is a stand alone course that comprises a 200 hour Yoga Alliance certification. It is also the first step towards earning a 500 hour e84 Teacher Diploma.


  • 28 days of training with Esak Garcia and supporting staff
  • Jedi training techniques to develop strength and flexibility
  • Synergy Applied Anatomy study with Francisco Moralez-Bermudez through hands-on Thai massage techniques and partner stretching
  • Introduction to Jnana yoga
  • Introduction to seated meditation, mantra, and chanting
  • Kriya yoga conscious breathing exercises
  • Post-training teacher placement and support from the e84 Team as you bring the e84 Intermediate class and the 84 class to your community
  • Post-training, bi-weekly conference calls that provide community support as you lead the e84 Intermediate class and the 84 class

Admission Requirements

All interested yogis with a foundation in hot yoga are encouraged to apply for this training. Being a teacher of 26&2 is not mandatory to participate. You must have a strong foundation in the hot yoga 26&2 sequence (known as “Bikram Yoga”) and a sincere desire to expand upon that foundation. NOTE: 26&2 teachers will receive a 200 hour Yoga Alliance teaching certificate upon the completion of this course. Non-teachers will receive an e84 certificate of completion, support for leading the e84 Intermediate class and the 84 class as a student, and mentorship to later become a 26&2 teacher. A Yoga Alliance teacher’s certificate will be given retroactively to non-26&2 teachers who become 26&2 teachers at a later date.


Feb 29–Mar 29, 2020


Ubud, Bali, Indonesia


Ubud Yoga Center
Jl. Raya Singakerta No.108, Singakerta, Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

What’s included in the base price

  • Daily light breakfast of fruit, eggs, toast, juice, and additional items
  • Purified drinking water
  • e84 t-shirt
  • Personalized assistance and orientation in Bali
  • Arrangements for airport transfers 
  • Access to catered meal services
  • e84 certificate upon completion    
  • Yoga mat and towel service
  • WiFi internet access 
  • Bank fee to process your deposit


We will be hosted at the beautiful Bali Spirit Hotel and Spa, a short walk away from our training venue. The Bali Spirit is a fully serviced hotel set in the jungle near a rushing river, complete with two swimming pools, a restaurant, ornate flower gardens, fruit trees, and traditional Balinese decor. All training participants must stay at the Bali Spirit Hotel because our training depends on their facilities for meeting spaces, etc. Exception can be made for residents of Ubud only on a case-by-case basis. 


We invite you to make your training fee an offering. At the end of this training, participants will be asked to pay the amount that they determine the training is worth. This is not the same as “pay by donation” or “pay what you can afford”. We invite you to determine the value of this experience and set your own price. This requires some out-of-the-box thinking. After your application is approved, you must submit a payment to cover the “base price” of your training. For this training, the essential services and materials that you will use cost $1,200 USD. The hotel costs $900 USD for a double occupancy room, or $1,700 USD for a single occupancy room. The “base price” for this training is therefore either $2,100 USD or $2,900 USD.

What’s not included

  • Airfare
  • Additional meals (daily light breakfast is provided with your room at the Bali Spirit Hotel)
  • “The 84” training manual (you will be sent information about how to purchase this training manual)
  • 4 books (required reading)
  • Daily juice and coconut water
  • Daily laundry service for yoga clothes
  • Cost of airport transfers

Travel information

  • Please arrive and depart from Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) in Denpasar, Bali
  • Arrive on or before February 29
  • Depart on or after March 29


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