Each of us started without any plan. At the end of February 2011 Marlinda, a Dutch student of Katiza Satya came to Bali to visit and study with her. Bali felt like her second home and she wanted to do something for the community, something that made sense. She asked Satya if she had any ideas.
Satya and Sahaj needed a teaching ground and a way to move their yoga teachings to the next level by creating a sacred space.
And so they set looking for some land and after seeing many places this hidden gem presented itself.
“It was as if the land found us. One day we came to a small humble gate next to the beach in Pantai Seseh. We walked down the narrow alley full of tropical plants, opened a carved wooden door and this amazing place appeared like in a dream. We looked at each other and just knew. This was it!”