100hr IMMERSION: EMBODIMENT.
MARCH 1-13. TEJAKULA. BALI
We travelled all over Bali to find our home for the immersion. It had to be somewhere incredibly special where we could feel cocooned but have room to breathe. Somewhere spacious and considered with a sense of luxury and simplicity. What we found was a property full of heart and soul, with a beautiful shala, private beach club, two pools, a spa and 10 beautiful rooms, lovingly built out of reclaimed Javanese wood. The luxury eco-resort sleeps 20 and we will have the whole space to ourselves.
Early Bird twin share £1800 | Full Price £2000
Early Bird solo £2300 | Full Price £2500
*Includes 12 nights luxury accommodation, daily brunch, props and tuition*
EARLY BIRD ENDS SEPTEMBER 30TH 2019
LUXURY BALINESE CHAMBERS
The ten handcrafted wooden Joglos balance Balinese artistry with meticulous German standards. Sumptuous but simple, they each have an indoor and outdoor seating area, indoor and outdoor shower, outdoor bathtub, air conditioning, fan, luxury bedding, minibar, organic and handmade toiletries. Comfort comes first so you can get the rest you need as you deepen your practice and process.
Sometimes we just need to be alone. To get away from the demands of others and take time out for ourselves. For guests who are looking for maximum space and comfort, the joglos can be set-up with a double bed. Solo rooms are at a higher premium.
TWIN SHARING ROOM
Sharing a room on a yoga immersion, yoga retreat or yoga training is a sweet way to connect with your fellow students. It’s a lesson in holding space, clear communication, boundaries and compassion. Solo rooms are, of course, also available.
ROOM TO BREATH
When going into a residential immersion, the container is important and the space we hold is a sacred one. That said, we all need room to breathe and there are pockets for privacy throughout the resort. Daybeds on the lawn, the saltwater pool by the beach, the juice bar, secret sunning decks, magical black sand and the call of the ocean. Walk up the beach or hike up to the waterfall.
Behind an unassuming doorway at the back of the resort is a secluded space of ritual. The main shala in secreted away and this is where we will meet for morning sādhana and practice. In the evenings, we’ll head down to the jungle shala for quiet evening yin, restorative or meditation by the beach. Sip on a cool elixir and drink in the ocean, as the sun goes down, before heading to the restaurant for dinner.
Bali massage, aromatherapy. Mandi Lulur, facials, scrubs, pedicures, manicures, hair spa and organic natural products. We have our own private on-site spa to support and nourish your body with all the extra love and attention it might need.
The restaurant has a changing daily menu of fresh, local, clean and healthy food. A satisfying brunch will be served after morning practice and the restaurant is open throughout the day for afternoon grazing and your evening meal.