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The training will begin with dinner on April 7 and end with breakfast brunch on April 17.
The deposit is $1008, and it is non-refundable and non-transferable. Read our cancellation policy.
Bali’s airport is in Denpasar. It is about 1.5 hours from Bagus Jati.
The length of the flight will depend on your departure city, of course. From the US, it takes about one day of travel. Most flights go through either Taipei or Singapore. Plan your flights so you arrive no later than 3 pm on Sunday, April 7. You can depart on April 17—flights that depart after 3 pm are ideal.
Bagus Jati coordinates transportation to and from the airport, as well as to and from Ubud. Airport shuttles are 450,000 Rupiah (about $30 USD), and can be shared by up to 3 people. The transfer fees are not included, because many students choose to travel on their own before or after the training.
Yes, but you can get a Visa on Arrival (VOA) at the airport in Denpasar, as long as you plan to stay fewer than 30 days. Be sure your passport is current and does not expire within six months of your planned departure.
Currency exchange services are very easy to find in Bali. In addition, ATMs are widespread, and most credit and debit cards work in Bali. Check with your bank because many cards offer currency exchange withdrawals without a fee.
They do not have machines, but they can send laundry out and it will come back clean in 1-2 days for a modest fee.
Lodging and all meals during the training starting with dinner on April 7 and ending with brunch on April 17. Access to the pool and hottub. Fruit and bottled water daily, plus access to refills. Excursions.
Airfare to and from your home to Bali. Tips for the retreat center staff (around $10USD/day, to be shared with the many individuals who make their living supporting our trip; please bring CASH). Airport transfers in Bali. Incidentals (snacks, laundry service), and spa treatment (the spa is incredible).