Katiza Satya and Sahaj follow the pattern based on the “Maha Bhuta” the great elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. Each day you are presented techniques and methods of yoga that are in harmony with these elements. It is an intensive experience designed to shift old patterns. The play with the elements is a …Read more →
april 27 – may 3
Experience our Yogic Body, Buddha Mind Retreat
Celebrate Spring and experience our Yogic Body and Buddha Mind. What we think creates how we feel in our body. Our body is a reflection of our mind. In this …Read more →
Give yourself a time out during our residential periods
Join us for an unforgettable time-out in Bali, a place where heaven and earth meet. Enjoy the daily yoga practice and play with the great elements of Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Space. Each day you are …Read more →
‘Moving into Stillness’ by Annemieke van Noort
Allow yourself to slow down from the every day buzz and become still in this Yin-Yoga and Meditation retreat where we will focus on becoming more aware of the different layers of our being; the physical, energetic, emotional and mental body.
The yoga and …Read more →
“We are here In South India. There is a holy mountain called Arunachala. The Mountain of Light also called the Lingam of Fire. Lingam is a …Read more →
February 23 – march 1
What happens when you sit still? In this retreat you experience the deep connection of body & mind by enjoying ‘nothingness’.
Allow yourself to slow down from the every day buzz and become still in this Yin-Yoga and Meditation retreat where we will focus on becoming more aware of the …Read more →
February 10 to 16, 2013
A week of Yin&Yang Yoga, music, breath and stillness at the island of the Gods
Take a journey into the essence of the yoga practices. The immersion will lead you through yin and yang asana practices, pranayama (breathing) and meditation. The heart and soul will be touched by the …Read more →
Some time ago we were visited by the people of Yoga Magazine. It’s in Dutch, but we’re sure you’ll understand the message;-) To read the complete article, please click on the picture above or just click here.
Last week we received a nice contribution from Anand Nigam. Although you might have read it already, we would like to give the message from Anand a special place…
“If you are thinking of visiting KURA KURA RETREAT you must go! Sahaj and Satya Katiza are very special teachers, rare teachers who …Read more →
This is a nice article by Michael Aquino, from About.com South East Asia Travel. For your convenience we publish it integral.
Galungan is the most important feast for Balinese Hindus, a celebration to honor the creator of the universe (Ida …Read more →
Last week we received some nice reviews in our mailbox from Anouk en Iris. One of the reviews is in Dutch, but with some Google Translate you’ll be able to read it;-)
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December 22 to 28
“Offering Retreat” ending the year
Supported by Simone Parris “Wisdom food”
The end of a year is often a time to reflect and to unburden us from old patterns. This retreat is to open up the small dark box of habitual life to the bright sun of abundant possibilities. …Read more →
We welcome you to stay with us.
Balinese Hinduism is based on the concept of Tri Hita Karana, the belief that there should be a balanced relationships between man and God, man and all other people, and man and nature.
Mecaru is a ceremony intended to deal with the balance between man and nature. It is the act of giving offering that …Read more →