The Kura Kura Yoga Retreat: An Unforgettable Yoga Focused Experience in The Beautiful Bali
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In March, I had the pleasure of traveling to the renowned ‘Island of the Gods’, Bali, for a yoga holiday with Kura Kura Yoga Retreat Bali. The experience was tremendously enjoyable for many great reasons. Read on to find out my story!
First of all, the resort was clean and surrounded with lots of greeneries, making me feel really comfortable and relaxed during my entire stay. The pool in the resort was really great for days when the weather was hot or for when you want a slow and relaxing swim. There were plenty of spaces for everyone to read or laze around in the resort and never once did it feel crowded.
All of the vegetarian meals served by Kura Kura Yoga Retreat were really delicious and healthy. Though I am a non-vegetarian, I did not crave for any meat at all and I even ate vegetables that I usually do not eat for a change!
The Bedroom. Image: Kura Kura Yoga Retreat
I am also really grateful to all the staff who put in lots of effort in ensuring that everyone has a great stay by preparing the rooms daily and making sure that the sarongs and towels for blessing ceremonies were ready. They also made sure that everyone was well-fed, always topping up the plates with more food when it was almost finished!
During my stay, I learned a lot from the yoga teachers, Geri and Steve. Both shared greatly about yoga, were very approachable, and would always chat with us during our meals. Now I am keener than ever to deepen my understanding of yoga and to practice more regularly. I really enjoyed the daily yoga lessons, too, and the two hours of yoga always passed so quickly!
Balinese ceremony. Image: Joyce Loh
One of the things I really loved and memorable about this retreat was that I got to know more about Balinese culture too. Coincidentally, the period of my retreat was held near Nyepi, also known as the ‘Day of Silence’. I was lucky to see rituals performed near the resort by the sea and the huge ogoh-ogoh, which are basically statues built specifically for the Ngrupuk parade, a parade that takes place in the eve of Nyepi. We had a similar version of the ‘Day of Silence’ during the retreat and it was an interesting experience for me — I only wished that I had stayed longer for the full Nyepi experience!
Has Joyce’s experience convinced you to plan a visit to one of the world’s most sought-after travel destinations? Why not book yourself a yoga retreat in Bali and get a first-hand look as to what makes the Beautiful Bali so popular amongst yogis and travelers alike!