Yoga Alliance accredited


100-hour Voice Yoga Teacher Training with Linda, Nathalie and Adam


26 December 2020 – 8 January 2021 In Ubud, Bali, Indonesia

Early Bird Discount of US $300 till 14th July 2020!

From Sound to Silence, VOCAL YOGA is an inner journey toward oneself

Based on Indian classical music as a science of vibrations and Sanskrit awakening mantras, Vocal Yoga is a powerful yet gentle path of Yoga through melodic and contemplative chanting.

Harmonisation of the subtle centers and brain wave activity, balancing of the physiology and nervous system, a deep-seated feeling of well- being, joy and unity, and sharper sense of one’s essential values and missions in life, are the usual effects reported by participants.

Nathalie and Adam will introduce you to some authentic technique of Vocal Yoga, while Linda will teach you about the healing power of Yoga Pranala and initiate you to Vedic chanting.

This training is Yoga Alliance recognised

And a stepping stone to your foundation as a yoga teacher in a new and alternative form of yoga and spirituality.

Here is Our Curriculum

Training curriculum and practice:

  • Early morning traditional practice (karaj) to awaken the voice
  • Meditation
  • Morning session breath – voice / scales and ragas / harmonization / japa
  • Afternoon session singing a mantra in rhythm (song)
  • Basics of Indian vocal music (history, theory and practice) and Indian Science of Vibrations
  • How to sing with a tanpura (+ a little bit of playing and tuning the instrument)
  • Basic harmonization with voice/singing
  • Core Vedic/Vedantic mantras, meaning (philosophy) and original* melodies on ragas
  • Basic tals (Indian cyclic rhythms), theory and practice
  • Learning 7 to 8 japas (simple melody) or full songs (melody and rhythm) on mantras

**All music compositions by Adam S. Callejon, in the classical tradition of ragas

Yoga Pranala practice with Linda Madani

  • Asana
  • Mudra
  • Pranayama
  • Vedic chanting



This training has residential and non-residential options for accommodation.

The residential accommodation includes single and twin-share rooms.

Both residential and non-residential option include breakfast and lunch for all the days of the training.


At the end of this training, you can register with Yoga Alliance and add the 100 RYT to your other previous or future hours recognized by Yoga Alliance.

Meet the Teachers

Linda Madani

Linda Madani is a Canada-born yoga teacher registered with the International Yoga Alliance (E-RYT 500), a Certified Yoga Therapist (C-IAYT) (certified in India and USA), as well as a spiritual healer. She arrived in Bali in 1995, and she got her first certification as a yoga teacher in 2002. In 2009 she opened the Intuitive Flow Yoga Studio in Ubud, which attracts mostly those seeking peace, relaxation, and reconnection to the source. Her teachings include Yoga Pranala, a combination of asana, pranayama, meditation, pranala mudra (Balinese tantra), mantra, hasta mudra, and Yoga Nidra. Linda has received the ancient knowledge of healing from the Balinese shaman Cokorda Rai since 1996, and she integrated it into her yoga practice. As a result, she helped many people in their healing process, slowing down to connect individual consciousness to the source, and to rediscover their spirituality. In 2019 Linda founded Nālandā School of Higher Knowledge and Bhakti Yoga, which aims to offer a more in-depth experience to those interested in learning more about the authenticity and true principles of yoga.

Nathalie Nichanian

Initiated in yoga at a very young age, Nathalie Nichanian deepened her knowledge in India and France and has been teaching courses and workshops since 1999. She also studied Classical Singing of North India (Dhrupad) for 6 years with Yvan Trunzler and trained as an Ayurvedic therapist at the IEEV (Vaidya Atreya Smith, Dr. Sunil Joshi). Nathalie often leads the yoga sessions during the Vocal Yoga Workshops.



Adam S. Callejon

Adam S. Callejon, musician and yogi, studied Classical Singing of North India (Dhrupad style) with Yvan Trunzler (Dagar Vani) and plays the Esraj (a string instrument close to the sitar and sarangi). His practice and learning of Indian music are currently guided by Pandit Barunkumar Pal, a distinguished and recognised musician from India. Thanks to the simple beauty of his texts and the harmony that emerges from his music, Adam draws everyone into a world of his own: poetry. Exploring forgotten paths, Adam’s musical research highlights the harmonizing virtues of music and its links with our interiority. This is how Vocal Yoga Workshops started in 2004. Guitarist, bassist and singer, his interest in Indian philosophy and music influence his current research and musical compositions.



Read more about Adam and Natalie and their Vocal Yoga School on their website.



Nālandā is located in Penestanan Kelod, 5 minutes walking distance from the accommodation,  and is our new sister-school.

The place boasts a lush garden with temple sights, high-ceiling wooden-floored consecrated studio space with wood carved details, a jungle view and river access.

The venue’s capacity is to host up to 50 people at once and it is the ideal location for our yoga practice.

Submit now your application for 100 Hours Voice Yoga Teacher Training

This training will fill out fast, spaces are limited