Kura Kura is a community space very similar to a modern ashram or a Balinese compound house. We all live together eat together and practice together, creating an intimate environment for learning and sharing.
There are six elegant rooms with the beautiful nature around us, where you feel save and secure. Being at Kura Kura means living close to nature with the rhythms of the sea and the music of birds singing in the coconut trees or hearing the gamelan and mantras of the temple ceremonies near by.
We provide a place to rest, learn, share and play. A sanctuary from the tensions of modern life.
Kura Kura means ‘turtle’. The turtle is the ancient symbol of the spiritual ground of the universe, the support for all that exists. From the support of the Kura Kura the sun rises and shines within you.
Coming at Kura Kura means moving away from the pressure of modern distractions, giving yourself attention, space and time to reconnect with the teacher inside you.
Staying with us means not only to learn but fully experience the old wisdom teachings of yoga.
When you leave take the tools with you to incorporate it in your daily life.