Do you want to get out of the cold New York weather and enjoy some great times with your best friends?
This global event, the annual BaliSpirit Festival is Southeast Asia’s premier yoga, dance, and world music celebration. So, every New Yorker yogi should save the date 19-23 March 2014 and plan to travel to Bali!
The festival, wow in its 7th year, is a spiritually charged event that attracts nearly 6,000 visitors over 5 days to Ubud, Bali. Like-minded people celebrate the synergy of global cultural collaboration through the sacred arts: from yoga, healing, and meditation to diverse, creative expressions of music and creative movement.
Named one of the “Top Yoga Festivals Around the Globe” (Yahoo News), the festival features over 150 daytime workshops set in the tropical surroundings of Bali.
Dozens of top international instructors, inspirational speakers, and holistic healers such as Simon Park (USA), Janet Stone (USA), Michiko Minegishi (Japan), Nadine McNeil (Jamaica), Ronan Tang (China) will be in attendance to create a wonderful experience.
The nighttime festivities include a “Bhakti Series” of devotional music, as well as “One World One Stage” line-up of world class acts who encourage conscious living and well-being for individuals, communities, and the planet. Culture lovers will get to see Bali’s lush beauty and creativity being celebrated with performances of traditional Balinese performing arts.
The festival holds up its name by giving participants the opportunity to give back to the local community. Pass-holders support the BaliSpirit Festival’s “Karma” initiatives. The Festival’s founders are committed to giving back to the local community and have raised more than $75,000 for local charities and outreach programs for Balinese performing arts, HIV & AIDS education, and reforestation in Bali.
Passes are on sale now, and deep discounts are available to Early Birds.
Visit http://balispiritfestival.com for a complete line-up and to purchase your passes.