Detox Yoga Getaway ~ May 25-31
kura kura outside shala
cher and layla 1
view of shala from outside
Cheralee is a traveling yogini, musician, and nature lover. She discovered the path of Yoga when she moved to the island of Maui, Hawaii in 2007. Soon after Cher left to spend a year in India to connect with the birthplace of her life's work.
Cher's speciality is bringing people together in ceremony to connect, sing, dance, heal and release. She believes breath is the main focus of yoga practice and she is passionate about utilizing yoga as a therapy for the body and mind. Cher has found that precise alignment in asana can heal many "problems" in the body structure, and can create a bridge to align thoughts, words, and actions. She believes every aspect of daily life is sacred.
Cheralee has traveled around the world and studied with great teachers from various yogic lineages. Some of her greatest influences include Mark Whitwell, Eddie Modestini, Nicki Doane, Shiva Rea, Arya ji, Ted Surman, Dr.Ringo, and of course: Nature. She learns daily by witnessing the rhythms of nature at work. Cher spent the last few years studying and collaborating with Mark Whitwell and has gained great inspiration in her daily life through his friendship and teachings.
Cheralee's mission is now to share her experiences. "I believe Yoga is a path which helps us return to our natural state: Union [bliss]. It is my calling in this life to share my interpretation of these teachings, which have radically transformed my life."
Detox Yoga Getaway
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The airport code is DPS – Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia
A Tourist Visa is available for about US$ 25 on arrival at the airport in Bali for most countries but you will need a passport valid for six months after the arrival date in Bali and a return ticket. Visa regulations have been in flux in Bali for almost a decade so it is recommended that you check with your consulate for the most up to date information.
Bali utilizes the standard European plug (two round pins) and is at 220V. Adapters will be necessary if you are taking any electrical items.
While we hope you’ll try and unplug… yes, there is wi-fi on property.
As global weather is changing we can’t predict anything now a days. Because of it’s equatorial location, Bali tends to have two seasons, a ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ season. The wet season is occurring between October/November to March/April. During this season, we can have short heavy rains.. passing buy as we are near the ocean. Very rarely we have rain lasting all day. It is generally always hot with temperatures hovering in the mid to high 80s and up.
Absolutely! Most of our guest are solo travelers. Kura Kura is safe and our staff will take good care of you.
Yes, most of the time it is but it depends on availability.
The local currency is Indonesian Rupiah. You can use this currency convertor for today’s accurate rates.
Almost everywhere there is an ATM to withdraw cash money.