Update 21/5/2020

We are re-opening and the next yoga teacher training retreat in Thailand will start on 21 June 2020. To make a reservation click here. If you have already booked your teacher training and would like to re-schedule to this start date please contact us here.

Update 8/4/2020

Our onsite retreats and classes remain closed until futher notice. Our online yoga teacher training is going well and new students can join the course at anytime. Get a free preview of the course here

Update 19/3/2020 

Due to the Coronavirus the Thai Authorities have today ordered a temporary closure of our school until 31 March 2020. All onsite classes have been suspended until future notice. Our accommodation and restaurant remain open for both current and future students.


In the meantime our Yoga Teacher Training will be delivered online starting via live stream. More information can be found here.

Update 17/3/2020 

As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, we would like to inform our students, staff and teachers about the current situation. Our operation continues as normal, but all public drop-in classes has been temporary suspended until further notice. Further more, we have taken the following steps to protect against the virus at our center. Most of these measures are based on guidelines from Yoga Alliance which have been compiled from the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Available Supplies


  • Soap and water available in all bathrooms

  • Hand sanitizer available at the entrance of yoga halls, reception and dining area

  • Cleaning sprays and disinfectant wipes available in all yoga halls to clean mats and props before and after each use

  • Boxes of tissues available in all yoga halls

  • TTC students get personal yoga mats, props and straps to be used throughout the course.


Extended Cleaning


  • Bathrooms being cleaned multiple times per day

  • Studio floors being cleaned multiple times per day

  • Telephones, keyboards, door handles, bathroom faucets, front desk surfaces, and anything that staff, teachers, or students commonly touch is being wiped off more frequently

  • Bolster covers are washed more frequently


Hygienic Etiquette


We advise our students, teacher, and staff to follow the following guidelines:


  • Washing hands frequently and thoroughly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, before and after classes, mealtimes, etc.
  • Refraining from touching your mouth, nose, and eyes, etc. with unwashed hands
  • Using a tissue and throwing it away, when coughing or sneezing or use upper sleeve if a tissue is not available
  • Practice good health habits, such as getting plenty of sleep, drinking plenty of fluids, and eating nutritious foods

  • Frequently clean personal objects such as mobile phones, yoga mats, props, etc. with disinfectant wipes/sprays. 

  • Use the namaste gesture (palms together in front of the chest) for greeting instead of handshakes and hugs.

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