Blissful Bali Healing, Harmony & Happiness Yoga Retreat 2014

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We include a FREE massage as our gift to you. We suggest that you plan at least 3-5 massages during the week (price range $15-$35). We recommend Ubud Bodyworks and Kush Ayurveda Center at Yoga Barn. Deep Tissue Therapy Massage (1 hour) massagebalisilviaThis massage with Acupressure, Reflexology and Deep Tissue Massage relieves pain and improves overall health. Relaxation Therapy Massage (1 hour) This is a relaxing massage with Reflexology and Acupressure to release tension and fatigue. Bodyworks Relaxation Massage (1 hour) Our Relaxation Massage is ideal for releasing stress. Massage with Scrub Treatments: Exfoliation Massage/Mandi Lulur (1 hour 30 minutes) A full body massage followed by exfoliation scrub with herbal cream and yogurt rubdown. Finally, relax and soak in a tropical flower bath. This treatment is ideal for cleansing the skin. Spice Bath – Boré Scrub/Mandi Rempah (1 hour 30 minutes) Full body massage followed by Boreh scrub (a herbal mask rubbed on the body) with herbal cream and yogurt rubdown. Then relax and soak in a special spice and flower bath. This is excellent for revitalising your circulation.

Healing Rituals

We will coordinate appointments for you with local Healers. Learn more about the tradition of Balians below. Basic Facts about Balians: Balinese trade information about Balians with skill and charisma, because we do not believe in anyone who declares himself a “Healer”. There are bogus practitioners, some quite famous. Most Balians were “chosen”, they did not choose. They came to discover their gifts in the course of trying to heal themselves. Balians do not advertise, draw attention to themselves, or like to be addressed as Balian. This can invite jealousy and bad feelings. Balian Etiquette with Healers: Real Balians receive their gifts from a spirit, based on Bali Hindu philosophy. They credit this spirit with giving them their gift of healing. Others through a very long intensive study and initiation from IMG_0470a well-known healer(s) or High Priest(esses). They are the Balinese equivalent of a “doctor”, who has to follow an etiquette and moral code, which is not that different than the modern doctor. Healers are not regarded like movie stars or celebrities so don’t treat them like one. There are so many types of healers who work on specific problems, from broken bones to broken heart, mental disorders to “mysterious” problems, so chose one that is appropriate for you. Expect that it will be a process–expect to receive several treatments at least and that you might have to change Balians if one does not work. * It is not an instant process; so don’t expect to be healed on your way to the Airport. Balinese bring an offering to a healer, with a token of appreciation (fee) inside. At the conclusion of the day, the healer dedicates this offering to their spirit in the family temple. People give what they can afford. Foreigners should give at least 100,000rp. Think of what you pay your Doctor! Your offering should never be less than what you are paying your guide or driver. Balians are regarded on a status similar to priests. Consequently if you visit one, you should show respect by dressing in a sarong and temple scarf. Remember always to give your offering with your right hand, and never point the bottoms of your feet at the healer. Never ever touch their head or face, which is the most sacred part of their (and your) body.