Bali Spirit Festival – Travel Infographics

The magical Bali Spirit Festival is gearing up for its sixth enormously popular year! Followers of yoga, spiritual healing, live music, meditation and energy dancing from around the world will throng the Ubud region of Bali.

There’s nothing more spectacular than watching and joining the followers of this refreshing festival as they cleanse their souls rejuvenate and create an aura of general well-being all around. The colourful dancers are mesmerizing while swaying to the rhythms of the spiritual music will heal your mind, body and soul.

The open air morning festivals will take place at the Purnati Centre for Arts in Batuan which is a mere 10 minutes from Ubud. The breath-taking scenery and calm environment are extremely conducive to the Daytime Workshops and dharma Fair which consist of Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Yin, Laughter, Silat, Poi, Ashtanga and other styles of yoga while the vibrant and energetic dance styles evolve from Mandala, Javanese, Balinese, West African and Indian.

The evening concerts titled ‘One World Stage’ consist of traditional concerts, Balinese music and contemporary music from around the world. These outdoor concerts will be held at the Agung Rai Museum of Arts in beautiful Ubud.

If you are interested in Karma, traditional dancing and holistic healing the Bali Spirit Festival is a must, the objective being to nourish and awaken every person’s hidden potential to change for the better. The benefits will be reflected in your home, communities and countries.

Experts in the fields of yoga, holistic healing and music will guide and aid each individual in reaching their full spiritual and physical potential, for a calmer and happier mind-set. In today’s fast-paced world this spiritual festival is a welcome and refreshing change, all who visit will take back a new out-look to life.

Travel Centre UK has a number of flights to Bali which offer convenient cheap flights to Bali so you can experience this magnificent ceremonial festival. So don’t miss out on a chance to explore the sights and sounds of Bali as you enjoy the music, dances and magic of the Bali Sprit Festival.

Written By :- Shania Brendon (284 Posts)

Shania Brendon Living with her husband and toddler son amongst the pristine foothills of Scotland, Shania works for TravelCenterUK composes blogs related to a variety of travel-related niches; as she possesses a deep-seated childhood passion to constantly dig about the latest on this particular field! Her exclusive experience towards this vast arena of travel is derived from the constant reading of travel guides published all over the world, along with one-on-one globetrotting sessions! Other hobbies include cooking, shopping and mundane homemaker chores (and yes, this is from an ironic point of view!).



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