When: 19 - 26 March 2017 Where: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
The Bali Spirit Festival is an extensive celebration of international yoga, dance and music, held annually in Bali, Indonesia. It is an elevating festival which stirs up and nurtures each individual’s potential for affirmative change, within and around. If you are seeking yoga, traditional Indonesian dance and more, then the Bali Spirit Festival is just the right place for you.
The festival brings distinguished yoga gurus, musicians, and dancers from different countries, together at one place. It celebrates the richness of Indonesian culture, the purity of the environment, spirit of mutual learning and cooperation, diversity and harmony between people of all nations. The Bali Spirit Festival aims at surfacing as an international holistic-wellness event and world music destination.
Bali Spirit Festival Programme
The Bali Spirit Festival will feature some of the leading artists and instructors from all over the world and celebrate the blend of East with West cultures.
The programme line up:
- International yoga instructors such as Amanda Koh (Singapore), Amber Sawyer (USA/Singapore), Ana Forrest (Australia), Bex Tyrer (Scotland), Duncan Wong (Japan), Emily Kuser (USA), Erina Love (USA), Filipa Veiga (Portugal), Gypsy (USA).
- Dancers such as Colleena SHankti (India), DJ LO QI (UK), Malaika Darville (USA), Michael Hewett (France), Ronan Tang (China), Tah Riq (Jordan / UK).
- Indonesian Presenters Ni Made Murni (Bali), Putu Evie Suyadnyani (Indonesia), Sugeng "Madeira" Prasetyo (Indonesia), Martin Elianto & Tasya Dante (Indonesia)
- Satsang, Seminars and Dharma Talks like Amanda Jane (Bali/USA), Bana Kuma (USA), Emmanuel Jal (Republic of South Sudan), Haji Basim (USA), Hillary Adrian Ham (USA), Jana Johnson (USA / Bali), Jeffrey Armstrong (Canada), Kenny Peavy USA/Bali, Bario Cossa (USA)
Tickets for Bali Spirit Festival can be purchased online.
How to reach the Bali Spirit Festival
The venue for the Bali Spirit Festival is the Purnati Center for the arts, in Batuan, near Ubud, Bali. Coming to Bali through air is a better option over rail and road, as they have a poor connectivity. You can take a flight to Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport. From there, board a bus or hire a taxi to Ubud that is 30kms away and time taken to get there by road is about one hour. Local transport in Ubud is bemos (mini vans), taxis, cars, motorbikes, and bicycles. These can be easily availed to reach the Purnati Center for the arts in Batuan, which is merely 15mins south from Ubud. Read more on How to reach Bali