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A flexible starting date makes this pack very attractive. There is much on offer through the classes and you can go at your own pace. Are you looking for an awesome yoga experience on a paradise island location where you will meet other fun loving sun worshipers? Well, good news you have just found it. The turtle lovers' package gives you unlimited access to all of our drop-in classes, yoga, meditation, and Qi gong. Don't delay, come, and join the fun!
The principles of Vastu have been a guiding concept in the design of the bungalows at H2O Yoga and Meditation Center. 'Vastu' is India's ancient Vedic tradition of design, architecture, and sacred space, often called 'the yoga of design'. It is believed to create harmony and health in one's living space. The bungalows are built from local natural materials and have beautifully thatched roofing.
The poolside bungalows offer a peaceful retiring space. H20 Yoga and Meditation provides the retreat participants of the base price with accommodation in the spacious shared bungalow (four beds) with private bathroom. Equipped with fans, and both clean sheets and towels are provided.
There are also deluxe bungalow upgrade options with air conditioning, hot water, ensuite, security box, private verandah, and daily housekeeping.
You will feel relaxed the moment you arrive at the island resort center to start this memorable yoga holiday. Take part in a total of 7 classes of Hatha or Vinyasa yoga, Aqua yoga or meditation. The affordable, spacious, shared bungalows are located at the edge of a beautiful pool, sundeck area, and opposite the Art Cafe.
You will do yoga and meditate or swim in the pool or at the beach. It depends on how you wish to spend your time relaxing and rejuvenating. Don't miss the opportunity to meet new friends painting creatively at the cafe.
Boats leave back to Bali at 11 a.m. or 3 p.m.
Meditation came before yoga for Jon. It started more than 20 years ago and led him on a journey of spiritual exploration to many parts of the globe including Tibet. The physical yoga becomes part of his life in 2004 whilst living in a community at Lake Atitlan, Guatemala and has been a daily practice ever since. He has studied yoga and meditation with many ‘learned ones’ including Zen master, Thich Nhat Hanh. He gained his master level Reiki training in 2005, studied kinesiology, and many healing modalities and in recent years deepened his understanding of qigong and working with life energy.
Claire has over 1,200 hours of teacher training and 15 years of teaching experience; completing 500 hours with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2005; Birthlight pregnancy yoga training in 2009. She gained the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course Teacher Trainer certification in 2011 delivering British Wheel of Yoga training. In 2014 she completed Forrest Yoga Advanced Yoga Training before furthering her training by completing 500-hour with Maggie Reach studying yin yoga therapy, yoga philosophy, chanting, and Ayurveda, she completed further Yin Yoga training with Jo Phee and Joe Barnett.
After completing a degree in sports psychology, Tamlyn discovered yoga in order to release stresses of life and to gain flexibility and strength. She was slowly changing her life and yoga became the priority of her existence. It was no surprise that she went on to completed a 200-hour teacher training at Johannesburg and then continued to deepen her studies with a further 300-hour training in Bali at Santosha Yoga in traditional yoga, Vinyasa yoga, and Yin yoga. Further advanced course with teachers such as Ana Forest has made a big impact on her professionalism that she delivers.
Kate has a broad range of experience in various yoga, meditation, and healing practices. Originally from the UK, she has travelled and lived abroad intermittently over the past 15 years. After training as a Reiki practitioner in Cambodia, Kate completed her 200 hour yoga teacher training, 55 hour meditation teacher training, and Reiki Master studies on the beautiful island of Koh Phangan, Thailand. Kate’s therapeutic, holistic approach forms the base of her yoga and meditation practice. Kate’s teaching style is practical, accessible and utterly from the heart.
We may sound biased but we believe we have the best location not only in Bali, but in the world! Beautiful yellow sand, clear waters filled with marine life. Sunrise on one side, a 20-minute walk to sunset on the other side, no cars, motorbikes, or pollution just bikes and horse carts, it's like Disneyland. And the magnificent H20 Resort center, what more could you want.
It is only a short one hour walk around the outside of the island, and very safe at night time.
They organise transportation from your hotel in Bali and the fast boat, so you will arrive before lunchtime.
Included breakfast has home cooked bread with choices of vegetarian and vegan options with coffee or tea..H20 Yoga and Meditation also has the beautiful GOOD EARTH cafe offering Gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian meals, desserts and detox juices.
Food on Gili Air is unpretentious and made with predominantly locally sourced ingredients. Some of the most appetizing options are the local Indonesian specialities such as Gado Gado (steamed veggies with a delicious peanut sauce) or Nasi Campur (white rice with a selection of vegetables, tofu, tempeh, chicken, or fish).
Chicken or freshly caught fish sate are also popular choices and "Urap Urap" (veggies with grated coconut). Ask for the local Sambal (chili sauce) to give your dish an extra zing. Vegetarians will find the local dishes a viable meal option with their prolific use of tempe. Restaurants tend to specialize in freshly grilled seafood and Indonesian dishes.
Cheap beachside establishments cater to western palates (not so spicy) and often serve Thai, Italian, and Chinese food. Be sure to head inland to try the authentic local cuisine. Fruit juices are ubiquitous throughout the island's eateries. The water of fresh young coconuts is a real treat and incredibly refreshing. There are also many "warungs" on the island - small kitchens, usually attached to someone's home, that serve good quality Indonesian dishes.
There is one main supermarket where most food staples can be purchased, including natural yogurt. Bear in mind that being an island, Gili Air is subject to fresh goods arriving by boat; hence, fruit selection varies from day to day. Papayas, bananas, avocados, and pineapples are always in abundance as well as mangos in season. Exotic local fruits such as mangosteens, rambutan (local lychees), and dragon fruit are also widely available when in season.
The island's most favored activity is simply resting back and delighting in the sheer pleasure of being in the place. Most visitors swiftly slip into the slower pace of island life and find Gili Air a perfect setting in which to unwind and just be. Whether at a beachside restaurant, on a sun lounger, or in a secluded spot on the sandy shores, visitors frequently find themselves drinking up the stunning views, getting lost in a book, or even writing their own.
There are however plenty of activities to keep you busy if you so desire. One of Gili Air's main attractions is its coral reef and wonderfully diverse ocean life.
Visit local pearl farms, waterfalls, and the resort town of Senggigi, or take a drive along forested roads with amazing coastal views and monkeys abound. Relish the epic, untamed coastline of Kuta-Lombok which offers great surfing and exciting diving options. With the new international airport in Kuta, Lombok, this stunningly wild landscape is expected to develop quickly, so go see it now to enjoy its full natural spectacle.
Diving is inexpensive in Indonesia and a great way to appreciate the magnificent underwater world. Gili Air boasts nine dive centers and many tourists come to the island specifically to make use of them. The schools offer a quick course and dive in one day so discover scuba diving, or you can try the open water three or four-day certification program.
For those wishing to further their training, advanced and instructor level courses are also offered. There are approximately 18 unique dive sites around the island featuring coral seascapes, wrecks, sharks, and abundant brilliantly colored fish. Oceans 5 Dive Center has professional staff, modern and up to date equipment, and top-class service.
There are a number of regular and impromptu music events and parties that take place at Gili Air. These are typically advertised on flyers circulated around the island. Many of the locals have remarkable musical talent. Live singing and guitar playing can often be enjoyed when walking past the many restaurants in the evening.
There are several bars that regularly host live bands and disc jockeys whose audiences dance the night away on the beaches beneath the stars.
There is also an occasional bonfire on the beach as part of spontaneous gatherings of guitarists, singers, percussionists, and whatever musical talent may be present on the island.
Also on Lombok is the picturesque Volcano Mount Rinjani. Though the two to four-day hike to the summit is challenging at a height of 3,010 meters, you are well rewarded with spectacular views of the nearby Crater Lake. Tours that include a guide and camping equipment usually range between 140 to 200 USD. The village at the base of Rinjani, Senaru, has a variety of accommodation options and offers several easier walks to local waterfalls.
To visit Gili Meno or Gili Trawangan for the day, take the "Island Hopper" boat for around 2 USD each way. Explore the deserted beaches of Gili Meno or the high vibe and many restaurants of Trawangan before returning to Gili Air in the late afternoon, or salute the sunset with a cocktail as you watch its golden rays slip behind the sacred volcano Agung on Bali, a perfect way to end another day in paradise.
H2O has a selection of wonderful books which can be enjoyed while relaxing on the Zen veranda. With a wide range of titles on yoga, alternative healing, meditation, Buddhism, and other spiritual topics, you'll never be short of inspiration. There are also second-hand bookshops on the island where books mainly about fiction can be bought, exchanged, or purchased.
All around the island and just a stone's throw from the shore, an abundance of vibrant sea life awaits your exploration. Snorkel alongside the critically endangered Hawksbill turtle and encounter the colorful clown fish. Enjoy shoal upon shoal of tropical fish and sea anemones as they weave their way through the striking coral. Equipment is widely available to rent or purchase from most of the dive shops.
For 3 USD, you'll get a snorkel, mask, and fins for the day. Take a day trip on a local "glass-bottom" boat to snorkel some of the island's most highly regarded spots and see Gili Air from another perspective!
On the south west side of the island is a reef break approximately 200 meters from the shore. A popular spot to catch great waves, it attracts many surfers during the big swells. Surfboards can be rented from Seven Seas. The local surfers are generally very open in sharing their hot tips.
In front of Scallywag's restaurant is a natural pool. These brilliantly blue waters with their flawless sandy floor make a perfect spot for bathing.
A gentle stroll or power walk around the island is a must and a great way to experience island life. A casual walk takes just short of 90 minutes. For those who like to get their energy zap, there is a track for running that offers spectacular views of the island.
Indulge yourself with a unique blend of therapeutic grade essential oils chosen specifically to cater to your requirements by a qualified therapeutic aromatherapist. The treatment combines a many massage and healing modalities to create a profoundly nourishing experience. A 60-minute session costs 190,000 IDR and an 80-minute session is 270,000 IDR.
The massage of the head, neck, shoulders, and arms has been practiced for centuries in India. Dr. Badat, an Indian doctor of Unani medicine, an ancient medical system from the Middle East, taught H2O yoga teacher and therapist Natascha Fischer these age-old practices. She has combined them with more modern Western massage techniques to create this simple and highly effective massage. Dr. Badat's ethos is "balance the brain, balance the body." The use of coconut oil along with a personally tailored selection of essential oils is a recommended option for this treatment. A 45-minute session costs 200,000 IDR, a 60-minute session is 250,000 IDR, and a 90-minute session is 350,000 IDR.
Enjoy a beautiful combination of massage techniques that release stress and muscular tension in the shoulders. It's perfect for backpackers! A 60-minute session costs 170,000 IDR and an 80-minute session is 250,000 IDR.
It is a unique and individualized massage treatment that combines numerous healing modalities including Swedish massage, aromatherapy, acupressure, Reiki, polarity therapy, and crystal therapy. A 45-minute session costs 125,000 IDR.
It is a unique and individualized massage treatment combining multiple healing modalities including Swedish massage, aromatherapy, acupressure, and energy work such as Reiki, polarity therapy, and crystal therapy. A 60-minute session costs 170,000 IDR and an 80-minute session is 250,000 IDR.
Pressure is applied to reflex points on the feet, which correspond to all the various parts of your body, including your organs and glands. Reflexology helps stimulate healthy functioning of the organs, clears congestion, and brings about physical and mental well-being. It is a blissfully relaxing experience. A 60-minute session costs 170,000 IDR and an 80-minute session is 250,000 IDR.
Specific points along the body's meridian lines (energetic pathways) are pressed in order to relieve blockages and promote balance. It is a deeply calming and rejuvenating treatment. A 60-minute session costs 170,000 IDR and an 80-minute session is 250,000 IDR.
Lombok International Airport
Transfer not provided
It is very easy to travel from Bali to Gili Air since most hotels can organize it. Usually, the shuttle bus picks you up around 7 a.m. and takes you to the boat and you will arrive at the retreat center approximately at 11.30 a.m. The cost is approximately 300,000 IDR for one-way combo transfer of the shuttle bus and fast boat.
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