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We have 50hr Aerial TTC in Thailand, Bali and India

Plus 200hr Mix Yoga TTC in Thailand

Plus 2day Aerial Workshop World Tour

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50hr Aerial Yoga Teacher Training

Join as a fun retreat for 1-6 days or complete our 6 day teacher training and become an instructor. We use swings to support the body weight, stretch deeper, achieve advanced poses, decompress the spine, dance and fly around! We focus on simple poses that total beginners with no yoga experience can do.


Our flow classes can be a challenging workout, but we encourage students to take it easy and rest. Our students range from advanced aerialists wanting to explore experimental workshops –  to 60 year olds searching for pain relief and healing.


We offer a dynamic variety of styles and workshops ranging from hatha aerial, vinyasa aerial, power aerial, restorative aerial, acrobatic aerial, massage aerial, dance aerial, plus learn set routines, practice teaching everyday, design original classes, create group performances and fly over the ocean.


We do not use aerial yoga silks or hammocks, but do many of the same poses like anti-gravity yoga. Our swings are a superior unique design made with yoga mat inserts for precision fit and comfort. They measure 30cm wide to fit above the waist and below the buttocks, which is perfect for inversions. They easily roll up for extra cushion on the hips in forward folds and swinging flows.


Students receive an Aerial Yoga Teacher Training Certificate through Ulu Yoga, who is a Yoga Alliance Continued Education Provider (Edward Pawlak – lead trainer 197661). If you are a Yoga Alliance member this counts as a Certificate of Continuing Education, which you can register online to fullfil required additional training hours. This is the highest internationally recognized qualification for aerial yoga. Many of our graduates teach in studios all over the world after completing our course. Some employers require you to also complete additional training, such as a 200hr TTC. It depends what country and studio.


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Kehkahsan Nadeem (Pakistan)  Ulu Aerial Yoga Teacher Training is one of a kind and is unique in its own way. I have been practicing and teaching yoga over the past 16 years. As I am an enthusiast for new yoga techniques and styles, Ulu yoga caught my attention the very moment I saw its advertisement. My 9 days training were amazing . In a peaceful and serene surroundings of Thong Nai Pan Yai village, in Koh Phangan, Thailand, Ulu Yoga Training takes you to an unforgettable experience of Aerial yoga practice and teaching. Edward Pawlak (Teacher) guides you step by step to a safe, detailed and challenging practice. Not only various styles taught, but a variety of usage of the swing are given. I had a wonderful experience learning and sharing our practice, love and happiness. Met some wonderful humans that inspired me once again in my life. Thank you all for being an important part of my life’s journey.

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Food and accommodation

Pay on arrival or book direct or tell us what you want and we will reserve it.

$15 shared ac room

$20 private fan room

$30 private ac room

$35 deluxe 2 bed ac

$5   lunch average


Bounty Resort

Bounty Resort is a secret treasure with a private beach, swimming pool and sunny yoga shalla with ocean view. Also has great restaurant, reception and hi-speed wi-fi. Walking distance to several yoga centers, cafes and massage.

85/1 Moo 8, Haad Yao, Koh Phangan, Thailand




 Koh Phangan

Koh Phangan, Thailand is magical island paradise with perfect beaches, green jungle, mountains and waterfalls. It’s like Bali with lots of yoga and vegan cafes, but no traffic, pollution or big crowds.


From Bangkok you can fly, train or bus to Surat Thani (or Koh Samui, which is usually $100 more, but 3-4 hours faster).  On arrival you buy a bus/ferry ticket to Koh Phangan – Thong Sala Pier. Then rent a motorbike 200THB or take a taxi 200THB to Bounty Resort, Haad Yao. *There are ferries almost every hour, you don’t need to book in advance.  To catch the last ferry to Koh Phangan, plan to arrive in Surat Thani by 4pm or in Koh Samui by 5pm.