A Resort in Bali – An Art Village, showcasing culture, religion, and traditions from the archipelago of Indonesia. Offering daily yoga classes, personal yoga retreats and wellness packages, a holistic spa, an organic restaurant serving farm to table goodness and an artistic gift shop.
Unique accommodations in original antique wooden homes, imported from the many islands of Indonesia. Restored and Refurbished. Live amidst original artifacts and antiques reflecting true Indonesian culture and heritage.
Dedicated, passionate teachers leading classes in Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kundalini Yoga, Hatha, Restorative, Yin, Tantra, Fly High and Meditation. Open to the Kula (community)! Enjoy practicing in our open aired, tropical Bali studio.
The Collective, Desa Seni’s School of Yoga in Bali. Internationally accredited by The Yoga Alliance. A team of experienced teachers who provide daily classes, personal yoga retreats, continuing education courses and teacher trainings in a supportive and nurturing environment.
Merapu Svaasthya Spa, Spiritual forces of Wellbeing, offers traditional and holistic treatments with Western and Eastern therapies. Healing and health are a focus. Restore and revitalize the body, mind and soul.
Committed to supporting the people of Indonesia, our team originates from over 20 different islands across the archipelago. This mix of religions and cultures allows us to honour and respect all the religious holidays and traditions, while also creating to be a cohesive atmosphere where we are all equal.
A passionate team of teachers bringing together different traditions of Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama. Working together to share, educate, and nurture, this team of internationally certified teachers from around the world provide an experience that incorporates a fully rounded spectrum of yoga education.
Kula Magazine is a quarterly publication about community coming together with interesting information for mindful people. A true collaboration, with information and articles coming from a diverse group of contributors ranging from our yoga teachers to other community inspired individuals, this free publication is available locally at your favorite cafes and places of interest, as well as at yoga studios throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Kula magazine is always open to receiving article submissions, please send us your thoughts or ideas.
Living in Bali, two friends, Thomas Talucci and Howard Klein, had a dream of recreating an original Indonesian village. Throughout their travels and after 10 years of living in Indonesia, they have collected beautiful antique wooden homes and traditional furnishings, representing different cultures and traditions of Indonesian lifestyle. Fulfilling their dream, they have created Desa Seni, a Village Resort.