angel

We are seeing over the years that more and more people flock to the Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training Level 1 in Amsterdam from all over Europe. No wonder when international plane (or bus) tickets often beat the prices of the local trains. We have seen students come from Greece, France, Germany and even Eastern Europe.

The international character of the training makes it well worth considering to fly into Amsterdam on the weekends and take your training there. There are no hotels costs associated either because all students sleep in the training center. Besides, the city is worth it, with great collections of spirituals books and shops you do not find anywhere else.

We are located in the city center and it takes about 45 minutes by public transport from the airport to get to the training. Connect to an international network of students and make new yoga friends from all over Europe.

For your convenience we have listed some typical fares from various places in Europe you can expect to pay if you book early enough. Most are from Easyjet and some from Ryanair via Eindhoven) You will see that even including international flight costs this level 1 training may well be more affordable than a local training!


If you are interested, you can find the dates of our meetings here.

You can easily and cheaply fly in to the yoga training from the following cities to Amsterdam

(Prices listed are single fares. Please note that these prices, of course, are subject to change, but this is what they were at the time of writing)


Berlin €33,49
Prague €55,25
Basel €22,28
Geneva €37,24
Milan €45,49
Rome €49,49
Bordeau €41,68
Lisbon €48,99
London €22,47
Bristol €41,68
Glasgow €37,24
Manchester €48,99
Liverpool €32,28
Belfast €37,24
Newcastle €38,31
Edinburgh €39,29
Porto €22,99
Trapani €22,99
Barcelona €22,99
Palma €22,99
Bari €23,99
Alicante €35,99
Venice €25,99
Dublin €25,99

And let’s not forget that it is very easy to come to the yoga training from anywhere in the Netherlands, including but not limited to: Rotterdam, Den Haag, Utrecht, Eindhoven, Tilburg, Groningen, Almere, Breda, Nijmegen, Enschede, Apeldoorn, Amstelveen en Haarlem