BaliSpirit Festival 2020: March 29 – April 5 in Ubud, Bali
– More than 300 workshops over 7 days/8 nights
– Day and night music performances with international conscious artists
– Nestled in Bali’s beautiful nature
Bali, July 2019. One of Asia’s biggest Yoga Festivals is celebrating its 13th edition: from March 29th to April 5th 2020 the world is invited to join the conscious yoga event BaliSpirit Festival on the tropical island paradise Bali. During seven days and eight nights more than 300 workshops in yoga, dance, personal development, healing and martial arts will take place, complemented by day- and night time music, a dharma fair and amazing organic food. As in the previous years, the venue will be at Purnati Center of the Arts, surrounded by Bali’s outstanding lush green rice fields and jungle patches, just 15 minutes south of Ubud.
From yoga to meditation, dance, breathwork, healing and martial arts, the festival takes the participants on a journey of intense experiences and personal discoveries. Local and international presenters share their wisdom, all enhanced by the community support and Bali’s spiritual energy.
Enjoy the variety of healing, yoga, meditation, dance and martial arts workshops at BaliSpirit Festival.
Explore Different Practices of Yoga and Meditation
As the event is a Yoga festival, a big amount of workshops are dedicated to the yogic way of life and different modalities of the yoga world. Presenters teach sessions in both classical styles like Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Kundalini, Hatha, Jivamukti, Ashtanga and new fusion styles as Heavy Metal Yoga, Laughter Yoga, Afro Flow, Children’s yoga and more. Additionally, there are also classes which encourage to sit still, or/and direct the attention inward. These different meditation classes help the attendee to return home to the self.
Experience Deep Healing
While overall inner healing processes can take place when attending the festival, there is the option to book private sessions with one of the holistic healers located in the Healing Huts area. And then there are even more workshops focusing especially on healing. Be it sound-healing in the evening hours with views over the rice fields and the rising moon, Wataflow treatments teaching water therapy in the pool or Thai- and Esalen Massage presentations and hands-on workshops – healing is part of BaliSpirit Festival, whether actively experienced or passively felt.
Turn inside and discover yourself at BaliSpirit Festival.
Another aspect of the festival which supports the inner healing but also personal development are talks and seminars. Experts of different fields of life sciences and coaching give ideas, examples and inspiration on how to overcome obstacles and grow.
Connect through Music and Dance
Of course, also dancing can be healing. And there is a lot of dance at BaliSpirit Festival. Be it moving to Afro-Brazilian beats, joining that HipHop class or more spiritually oriented ones like 5elements dance – it is a great part of the festival where attendees can get grounded, can shake their bodies, release trauma or move into different spheres.
The line-up of musicians performing at BaliSpirit Festival includes spiritually-inspired artists gathered from all over the world. They perform during day- and nighttime to create a connected and intimate concert experience that leads into deeper relation, brighter joy and truly sacred celebration.
There is an amazing music day- and night time line up at BaliSpirit Festival.
Festival Ticket Options
Attendees can choose between full one-week festival tickets, 3-day and day passes. For music lovers there are special music passes, allowing to join a few workshops and giving access to all music performances. It is a festival for everyone. For singles and groups, children, teens, families, experienced yogis and beginners alike. The extraordinary variety of the program combined with the spiritual and beautiful natural setting makes it an unforgettable experience.
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About BaliSpirit Festival
Founded in 2008 with about 150 attendees, BaliSpirit Festival has grown to one of the best yoga and music festivals in the world, counting more than 5000 attendees during the last editions, including 1,000 Balinese and Indonesians and visitors from 60 other nationalities. Following the Hindu principle of Tri Hita Karana: Harmony with God, Harmony with Community, Harmony with Nature, BaliSpirit Festival aims to awaken and nourish each individual’s potential for positive change within, leading to positive change in our homes, in our communities, and around the world. More information: www.balispiritfestival.com