Join Janet Stone as she returns to her second home — Bali — for an immersion like no other. We’ll immerse in daily sadhana (practice) to reconnect with our internal rhythm and inner knowing.
The stunning Bagus Jati Resort will be our home base, from which we will explore some of Bali’s cultural, spiritual and geographic landmarks. The training offers 108 hours toward Janet’s 200, 300 and 500 hour programs.
Bali is the perfect place to explore the rich earth and vast sky as we find tangible connections to what grounds us in the heart of the practice. This immersion is for teachers, non-teachers, and all other humans who want to embody yoga as a place between and within the fluctuations. We’ll begin with the foundation of our own practice that will emanate to those around us in class settings, work environments, home, love, children and so on. Then opening to the limitless sky comes with widening of our aperture/view point until these teachings become an offering to all beings.
We’ll meet in the middle of the rice fields at the luxurious Bagus Jati for ten days and nights, near Ubud, Bali, in the heart of the island. Setting our feet at the base of an active volcano, we can feel the power of the earth. As we hike to the top of the volcano at sunrise, we’ll reach for the limitless space all around.
- Daily Ritual – Traditional HATHA , modern vinyasa yoga, a little dabble in the Balinese tradition
- Foundation, form, and precision in your own body/practice
- Pranayama for grounding and expanding
- Daily Meditation
- Asana Lab – taking the postures and studying both gross body and subtle body aspects
- Sequencing for balanced living
- Dharma in living
- Ayurvedic practices
- Thai Massage/Fascia release/finding ways out of stuck patterns
- Hands-on Assisting
- Working along and with others to go deeper with truthfulness
Pricing and payment options
A $1008 deposit is due with registration to secure your spot. You will be automatically redirected to a payment page when you fill out the registration form.
The remainder can be paid in full by March 30, 2018 by check (no fee) or credit card (a $50 card fee applies). In addition, we offer 10-month payment plans. After you pay your deposit, you’ll receive more detailed information on paying the remainder.
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Immersion Activities at Bagus Jati:
Balinese Purification Ritual “Melukat” and Blessing
A visit to Gunung Kawi Sebatu temple, followed by a beautiful walk down to the holy spring for a purification and blessing ceremony where you immerse yourself in the purest water in Bali.
Dr. Sujatha Kekada, a certified Ayurvedic doctor (B.A.M.S), completed her degree in Karnataka, India, Dr. Kekada has worked as Ayurvedic Doctor in one of the most respected and successful clinics in Kerala, South India. She has also practiced as a consultant in Europe and at one of the top health retreats in Asia. Dr. Kekada’s knowledge of Ayurveda combined with her warm and caring attitude has facilitated deep healing for many people.
Gwyn Williams has spent over 15 years effectively combining Traditional Chinese Medicine with Yoga asana, utilising this within his therapeutic, martial arts and AcroYoga teachings. The founder of Zenthai shiatsu, a fusion of Zen Shiatsu, Thai massage and osteopathic technique, is a community built upon the foundation of Thich Knat Hahn’s “When we touch something with awareness , we touch everything.”
Pete Longworth is a rose-smelling photographic maestro. With an elegant eye for beauty and passion for arousing your most authentic self, a photo session with Pete is an unmistakable experience that you will treasure for decades. While joining us in Bali he will be sharing his beloved Art of Seeing + Blindfolded Yoga experience. This is a potent sensory submersion that has headlined Wanderlust and will evoke a deeper intimacy with yourself, others and your surroundings.
Mark Das has an unstoppable passion for movement.He discovered martial arts as a teenager, which led him to China where he lived as a monk for a year studying kung fu at the illustrious Shaolin monastery. It was there that a powerful seed was planted: the idea that breath is the bridge between mind and body, and that when the two come together, the stillness and freedom experienced through movement are nothing less than exhilarating, and over time, truly transformative.