Fay Yoga Living Yoga Retreats in Bali 2016

Drop into the timeless world of yoga, leave behind obsolete patterns, and open new potentials with simple powerful rituals of breath movement and concentration. Extend your yoga and meditation practices under careful experienced guidance. Relax into the sounds of the Indian ocean. Enjoy healthy and nutritious vegetarian meals, be pampered by our staff, and experience Balinese therapists and ceremonies.

Fay Yoga offers a fusion of yoga styles, open to all levels and a great way to deepen the practice of yoga and meditation. Every class is an intuitive response to the energy and level of the students. Fay's philosophy is very simple, everybody is different and every person requires individual attention and understanding. Flow, breath awareness, meditation, and a break from habitual routine, will center you and bring you back to balance and focus. Fay will be your guide of the regular yoga retreats.

This Retreat is situated along a small river and just a few steps away from the sea. It was originally built as a family house and in a way it still is. The family house was our starting place to build. The original rooms are old Java style houses and the new rooms are added in the same style. All rooms have an elegant simplicity. They all have the modern basic comforts that we are used to in the western world and are decorated with love and care.

The heart of Kura Kura is the yoga shala, or community space next to the small pool to dip in. Most rooms, which are built around it, are clean and fresh, owing to the breeze from the sea, but protected and safe, as the shield of a Kura Kura (Turtle). Each room has an ensuite bathroom with shower (warm/cold water) and western toilet, comfortable beds covered with fine mosquito nets, a fan, and veranda. They can be set up with two single or one double bed.

This Yoga Retreat is an intimate place to relax, enjoy, share, or learn. Great for hosting a meditation or yoga retreat, for a family or friends gathering, or when traveling alone, you can meet people and feel at home. Being at Kura Kura means living close to nature with the rhythms of the sea, the music of birds singing in the coconut trees, or hearing the gamelan and mantras of the temple ceremonies nearby. Coming at Kura Kura means moving away from the pressure of modern distractions. After leaving Kura Kura you have an unforgettable experience to take with you for the rest of your life.