*Ubud (map), a town in central Bali of around 75,000 people (2020), is far removed from the nightlife bikini scene in Kuta, and is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists’ workshops and galleries.
BaliSpirit Festival offers a robust yoga schedule from 7am-6pm daily, with a variety of suitable workshops and styles of yoga such as Anusara, Yin, Kundalini, Hatha, Tantra, Mantra, Prana flow, Vinyasa, Astanga and many more.
Awaken your spirit, free your mind and reconnect wiht your body through dance and movement. From Ecstatic Dance, to West African Dance or Embodied Dance workshops, the BaliSpirit Festival offers a variety of classes, encouraging positivity and life-affirming fun.
Music is the heart and soul of the Festival and the beats and tunes are ever-present. Each night there is a unique music conert – soulful Bhakti music, high-vibe world music and internaional DJs with ecstatic dance sets.
In addition, the daytime Coco Love Stage located in the Dharma Fair features a dynamic festival vibe, including live music and daily Balinese dance performances, while various yoga and dance workshops incorporate live music as well.
A central area of the Festival grounds are the infamous Healing Huts, featuring renowned healers, offering sessions in a variety of ares such as Cranial Sacral, Reiki, Oneness Blessings, Balinese Traditional Healing, Chakra Balancing, Esalen Massage and Tama-Do Sound Medicine, to name a few.
In addition, healing is layered into most yoga classes and workshops, so be sure to check out some of the Sound Healing Meditation, Yin Yoga and Breathwork classes for a different (but equally amazing!) healing experience.
With over 70 vendor booths between the vibrant daytime and nighttime markets, the BaliSpirit Festival features local Balinese vendors who emphasize health and wellness through organic and healthy foods, crafts, clothing and merchandise.