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This retreat is for both beginners and practitioners. You will be introduced to yoga philosophy, have sessions to practice yoga as well as attend classes on mediation and proper breathing. During this retreat you will have the chance to find out how yoga and meditation can help you to focus on your inner self, relax and rejuvenate. If you are looking for a short break from your hectic schedule yet able to practice your yoga, this retreat, located at a beach in Bali, is ideal for you!
Kura Kura is situated along a small river and just a few steps away from the sea. It was originally built as a family house and in a way it still is. The family house was the starting place to build. The original rooms are old Java style houses and the new rooms are added in the same style. All rooms have an elegant simplicity. They all have the modern basic comforts that have been used in the Western World and decorated with love and care.
The heart of Kura Kura is the yoga shala or community space next to the small pool to dip in. Most rooms are built around it and are clean and fresh as the breeze you can feel from the sea, but protected and safe as the shield of a Kura Kura (Turtle). Each room has an ensuite bathroom with shower (warm / cold water) and Western toilet, comfortable beds covered with fine mosquito nets, a fan and veranda. They can be set up with two single or one double bed.
Bali has a unique energy conducive for spiritual seekers as well as nature lovers. The tranquility serenity and peacefulness of this region will naturally and spontaneously attune your mind to a deeper meditative state facilitating the overall yoga process initially. Each day will lead you to discover deeper and vaster layers of your being much like the seven bodies, the seven colours, seven chakras and seven lokas all of which will start discovering and seeing with in oneself.
Unlike any other journey that you might undertake outwardly this inward journey will create some lasting insights and permanent pathways for you to travel again if you so choose and tap into the unlimited source of happiness that lies at the core of your being. Neo Yoga hopes you will be there to enjoy these fascinating journeys of self discovery and tap into the boundless joy, love and everlasting peace that is your very self and master the necessary skills and knowledge that will help you achieve the same.
On Day 4 of the retreat, after breakfast, youwill go for the Five-elements Holy Bath and a Balinese ritual and prayer session at an ancient temple.
Kura Kura is part of the traditional fishermans village Seseh. It is close to many major tourist attractions, but it still has the essence of an authentic Balinese village. Seseh is tucked away on the Southwest coast of Bali, and has managed to retain the cultural spirit of Bali. Still untouched by major tourism. The sea and beach just at the doorstep.
Kura Kura is situated 50 steps from the beach where Balinese families get together to enjoy the beauty of nature. Their daily movie is watching the amazing sunsets. There are many temples nearby, unspoiled rice fields and little traditional villages. If you want the buzz the closest is to walk to the left along the beach to Echo Beach, a famous surf spot and with restaurants along the shore. Walking to the right along the beach you find quietness and temples.
Bali, known as the Heart Chakra of the world, is a magical place that everyone should experience at least once in his or her lifetime. The Balinese call Bali the Island of the gods. And yes, this is true! They are all hanging out here, dancing, playing, chilling, ready to fight for the light or darkness.
Bali is an incredible sophisticated society. It is a melting pot of Shamanism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Tantra and deeply rooted in the spirit of everyday life. It is a society that lives life in a fully dedicated way to the spirits of all living beings.
The Balinese daily life is about worship, rituals, offerings, community, family and ceremonies. Even as the pollution and the material world is rapidly invading Bali and destroying it, the Balinese peoples spirits stay strong. Dive into the energy field of the lush and abundant nature of Bali, its creativity and magic.
Three delicious buffet meals are provided each day.