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Imagine a week away from the everyday trot, worries, and anxieties. Allow yourself to connect deeply with your soul, relax profoundly, let your body-mind heal, look at your life a little from the outside, and be the potential that lies within. One of the beauties of this yoga retreat is that it allows you to let go of old stresses and sorrows you no longer need. Be prepared to leave this retreat feeling profoundly relaxed and at peace on a physical, mental, and emotional level.
Svarga Loka Resort was hand-picked among the most idyllic and divine retreat centers. It is a mere five minute walk to Ubud’s centre, and the heart of Bali’s culture and spirituality, which also takes its name from the Hindu epic poem. The Mahabharata describes Svarga Loka as the "Good Kingdom - a heavenly paradise for the Hindu Gods".
Besides luxury accommodation in single or shared rooms with balcony and en-suite, the resort also includes an in-house spa with river-views, two airy yoga shalas, sparkling pools, a restaurant serving delicious food, and plenty of welcoming green spaces to meditate, relax, or simply ponder the simplicity intrinsic to life’s complexities.
Your yoga classes will take place in a purpose built room with wooden floor or in the gardens. There will be two yoga classes a day. Meditation, pranayam, chakra cleanse, and yogic cleansing techniques will be included in various of the sessions.
The morning yoga session will feature invigorating, strengthening, and stimulating Vinyasa yoga through variations of, and additions to Surya Namaskars. Dini works without a pre-set schedule, but takes what there is and builds on it.
The beauty of this yoga retreat is that it allows to spend more time on poses and areas that need particular attention or improvements. Dini doesn’t shy back to gently push her students’ asana boundaries. The only ‘cannot’ is in the mind and once that is dropped, the possibilities are endless.
The evening practice will be a restorative Yin yoga session, whereby seated poses are held for several minutes, letting go of any muscular tensions and alignment issues. This allows the body to release traumas in different koshas, or layers, that could have been possibly stored there for years or even decades. As the Yin areas of the body like connective tissue, ligaments, and bones are accessed in the serene stillness of a Yin practice, you will open yourself up to boundless opportunities.
Nicknamed by many as the island of peace, Bali is renowned for its friendly people and highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. The island-home of Indonesia’s Hindu minority is also known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches, and coral reefs. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species in the world.
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The price of this retreat includes vegetarian daily breakfast and dinner meals.
With a spectacular view of the Campuhan river and the lush green surroundings, the homely and laid back atmosphere of the restaurant is a relaxing place to savor the daily culinary specialties, while enjoying quality time alone, with friends, or family.
Using a modern approach to cooking, your chef is a true master at blending the incredible Balinese flavors into healthy and vegetarian dishes as well as impressing you with his creative selection of fresh juices.
A range of unique experiences are available to book in conjunction with the scheduled activities for an extra cost. These include:
Share the wealth of traditional Balinese arts and crafts by learning batik painting, wood carving, how to make silver jewelry, daily offerings, as well as many more skills from local's tradition. The price of this activity is around 500,000 IDR per person, and requires a minimum of two participants per group.
Food is one of most important aspects of the Balinese culture. Learn how to make the delicious and healthy dishes offered at Svarga Loka Resort. This will surely be a valuable and memorable skill to take home. The price of this retreat is around 500,000 IDR per person, and requires a minimum of two participants per group.
Canang sari is one of the daily offerings made by Balinese Hindus to thank the Sang Hyang Widhi Wasa in praise and prayer. Canang sari can be seen in the Balinese temples (pura), on small shrines in houses, and on the ground, or as a part of a larger offering. This activity is free.
Svarga Loka Resort offers a swimming pool with heat pump which is the good for relaxing and for your health.
You can book a massage on site, with a reservation, for an extra cost.
Set on the banks of Ubud's Campuhan river in the magical setting of Svarga Loka Resort, Ayusha Wellness provides all you could wish for in spa ambience. Their open-air spa treatments, breathtaking river views, and tropical green surroundings support highly personalized therapeutic treatments and wellness programs.
It is the ideal setting for escaping from the stresses of day-to-day life and directing one’s attention inward.
Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request. This journey will take about 90 minutes, and will cost you around 45 USD.