Let Bali root you back into your essence with these spiritually curated retreats. Join Jamie Butler & Dr. Sarah Wilde as they host an eight day adventure in northern Bali, with an option of a four day extesnsion in the heart of Bali, Ubud. The eight day retreat, Embodiment of Energy, June 9-16, is for those who want to learn more about the energy that runs through them. Through yoga, meditation, and class you will be guided to connect to your inner life force. Every other day the group will adventure out to see some of the sacred sites known to Ubud. Ubud is the cultural heartland of Bali and provides insight into the magical Balinese way of life that would not be possible when staying in more touristy areas. There will be plenty of shopping, elegance and Earth as well as moments to oneself for inner enlightenment. Embodiment of Energy is geared toward learners of all levels as you will be able to take the work deeper or simply be in the place of beginning your journey with energy.
The second retreat, June 18-21, 2023, Spiritual Tourism allows the surroundings of Bali to become your teacher. Jamie & Dr. Sarah will offer morning and evening yoga, meditation, or spiritual practice but the days will be spent in the arms of nature and history. You will have the opportunity to swim in waterfalls, hike volcanoes, join tea ceremonies, enjoy spa treatments, and bond with the group over delicious native meals. You will be staying in a beach front villa on the Northern coast of Bali with your group. You can wake up to the sunrise, enjoy a swim in the ocean or one of the pools and start your day. Spiritual Tourism is for those who want to experience life and enjoy receiving what their environment has to offer and teach. Here is where you are the student of life.
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Life, religion, and art all converge in Bali. They have no word in their language for ‘artist’ or ‘art.’ Everyone is an artist. -Anais Nin
‘In Bali life is a rhythmic, patterned unreality of pleasant, significant movement, centered in one’s own body to which all emotions long ago withdrew.’ – Margaret Mead