YOGA, SOUND HEALING, BREATHWORK
Welcome to Samadi Bali, the premier yoga studio in Canggu, Bali, offering a sanctuary for healing, renewal, and holistic well-being. Nestled in the heart of Canggu, our center provides a lush and serene environment for nurturing the body, mind, and soul.
At Samadi Bali, we cater to a diverse range of practitioners, from beginners to experienced yogis. Our comprehensive offerings include a variety of yoga styles tailored to accommodate individuals of all levels. Whether you seek the gentle flow of Hatha yoga, the dynamic movements of Vinyasa, or the meditative practice of Yin yoga, our experienced instructors are here to guide and support you.
Our team of yoga teachers comprises a fusion of local Indonesian experts and international practitioners, bringing a rich and diverse perspective to our classes. You'll have the opportunity to learn from seasoned instructors who are passionate about sharing their knowledge and helping you deepen your practice.
Discover the transformative power of yoga at Samadi Bali, where healing and renewal intertwine amidst the vibrant energy of Canggu. Embrace the holistic approach to wellness as you embark on a journey of self-discovery and growth. Join our thriving community and experience the joy, serenity, and empowerment that yoga can bring to your life.
Immerse yourself in the blissful experience of nourishing asanas & mystical sounds. Learn to surrender, let go of control and relax completely. Listen to the subtle voice of your heart and let it guide you. Sound Healing is a beautiful immersion into the deep states of healing, relaxation, and bliss. It is an invitation to experience mystical states of awareness while harmonizing body vibrations, feelings, emotions, and thoughts.
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Ashtanga yoga is a spiritual practice and an inner journey to the self. The ashtanga method is based on the weaving of body and breath movements into a deepening flow of yoga poses. A dynamic practice, Ashtanga yoga will stretch every corner of your body and mind, inviting you to strengthen areas of challenge and inspire you to live with grace.
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Vinyasa yoga style is a dynamic yoga practice flowing from pose to pose by synchronising body movements with breath movements. Explore new yoga poses into a gradual progression from easier to more advanced asanas. Get ready to move, breathe, sweat and challenge yourself!
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Yin yoga style is a chance to find balance for the body and mind. You’ll sink into long, deep “yin” stretches to restore and find length. Yin yoga is a slow-down approach to melt connective tissues and cultivate a meditative mind. Yin yoga will transport you to faraway inner landscapes and help your body work through injuries and traumas.
As the name suggests, power yoga is focused on building strength and endurance. It is also an excellent form of yoga for burning calories. Power Yoga, emphasis on the flow from one pose to the next, rather than approaching each pose separately. The poses aren’t disconnected from each other, unlike some other forms of yoga.
Chakra Flow is an education center specializing in chakra balancing for pain reduction and relief from stress and anxiety. We spread light and love by enlightening our clients about chakras, energy work, yoga, meditation, crystals and essential oils. Through education, we empower our clients to liberate themselves from trapped emotions and trauma by educating them on their blockages
SURF FLOW MOTION
Whether you’re an expert surfer or just getting your feet wet in the surf, yoga is one of the best ways to keep your body loose and agile for the waves. This Yoga for Surfers sequence will take you through 21 yoga poses that focus on lengthening and releasing pressure in the spine, stretching all those surfing muscles, and opening the chest, shoulders, and hips. We worked with one of our favorite yoga teachers back home to create a sequence of yoga poses specifically for surfers.
During a Mandala Vinyasa class, you will be integrating the spiral patterns of nature, as there is never perfection nor straight lines in nature. You’ll explore circular movements with your body, moving around all four corners of the mat in 360 degrees. Physically the class is flowing in a slightly slower paced Vinyasa (flow), through different levels of asana (postures), while prioritising the breath to movement and working on a particular target area (element) in the body. As the movements are slower they are linked by the breath in a conscious manner.
The term ‘vinyasa’ traditionally refers to each individual pose in a connective flowing sequence. Vinyasa-style classes are derived from Ashtanga Yoga, where each movement is synchronized with the breath and linked together to form a full sequence (series of postures). Vinyasa classes give the teacher more creative flair than ashtanga yoga which is a set sequence of postures with little room for variation. Given that ashtanga yoga also takes up to 2 hours to complete, vinyasa yoga offers further benefit in conducting a class to fit any time frame.
FLY HIGH YOGA
A form of aerial yoga that focuses on strengthening the body. It’s a strong class to build strength, increase flexibility, and improving inversion in a different way using hanging belt that securely attached to the ceiling. A form of therapeutic aerial yoga which focuses on the lengthening the spine and creating space between the vertebrae. Relax the body into its natural form and curves allowing gravity do the work for you. In Fly High Yoga a student uses a belt securely attached to the ceiling to perform numerous sets of poses hanging from the belt.
YOGA ECSTATIC DANCE
Dance yoga is a style of yoga that combines fluid movement with music into a yoga practice. … Dance and fluid movement is a fun, non-intimidating way to experience the benefits of yoga while also allowing the yogi to have creative expression through movement. The fusion of fluid movement, music and rhythm has become increasingly popular as a way for yogis to express creativity in their yoga practice. Practicing dance yoga cultivates a very mindful presence, as yogis can move to the rhythm of the music in the class, which can change frequently.
MEDITATION & PRANAYAMA
The body is always in the present moment, so when we focus on it, the mind will quiet. Start by sitting comfortably and closing your eyes. Relax your shoulders, and place your hands on your lap. Take a few deep breaths, and allow your body to relax with each exhale. Start rotating your awareness within your body starting with your toes, and begin to imagine a wave of relaxation moving slowly up your legs all the way to the hips.
Breathwork refers to any type of breathing exercise or technique. People often perform them to improve mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. During breathwork, you intentionally change your breathing pattern. There are many forms of breathwork therapy that involve breathing in a conscious and systematic way. Many people find breathwork promotes deep relaxation or leaves them feeling energized.
QI GONG & MEDITATION
Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow-flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind. People practice qigong throughout China and worldwide for recreation, exercise, relaxation, preventive medicine, self-healing, alternative medicine, meditation, self-cultivation, and training for martial arts.
YOGA TO THE MAX
Budokon is more than just a style of yoga. It’s a movement system that incorporates yoga, martial arts, calisthenics, meditation, and animal locomotion. This practice requires strength, persistence, mobility, and just a touch of playfulness. This practices allows you to honor both the warrior and the yogi within. The warrior represents respect, discipline, patience, and action, while the yogi represents acceptance, compassion, serenity, and contemplation.
Capoeira is a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, and music. It was practiced by enslaved Africans in Brazil at the beginning of the 16th century. It is known for its acrobatic and complex maneuvers, often involving hands on the ground and inverted kicks. It emphasizes flowing movements rather than fixed stances; the ginga, a rocking step, is usually the focal point of the technique.
If you’re looking for a way to reduce stress, consider tai chi (TIE-CHEE). Originally developed for self-defense, tai chi has evolved into a graceful form of exercise that’s now used for stress reduction and a variety of other health conditions. Often described as meditation in motion, tai chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing movements.
Kirtan is a very different kind of music. Based on ancient chants, it has the ability to quiet the mind if listened to with intention. Everyone experiences kirtan differently, and it doesn’t have to be a religious experience. You can think of it as a sing-along. A kirtan concert is not your typical concert either. Everyone sits on the floor, although chairs are usually available. The performers are accessible, in fact there’s not much of a distinction between performers & audience. The wallah (leader) sings the mantra, and the audience sings it back.
Wing Chun is one of the youngest and most contemporary styles of Kung Fu, having been constantly refined and adapted over its 300 years of existence. Wing Chun differed greatly from other Kung Fu styles of the time in its theory, the structure of its movements and means of generating force. It was not based on imitation (such as directly copying animal movements), but on natural, scientific laws, eliminating unnecessary movements to overcome and generate force in the most efficient way.
REIKI ENERGY MOVEMENT
The term “reiki” comes from the Japanese words “rei,” meaning universal, and “ki,” which means vital life force energy that flows through all living things. Some practitioners describe reiki as acupuncture without the needles. Reiki is a complementary health approach in which practitioners place their hands on or just above different areas of the body. It’s based on an Eastern medicine belief that living beings have energy fields that support their health and vitality.
Hot yoga is a type of yoga practice that is performed in a room that is heated to temperatures ranging from 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. This style of yoga is typically performed in a vinyasa or flow-based sequence and can vary in intensity. The heat is believed to provide numerous benefits, including increased flexibility, detoxification, improved circulation, and stress relief. However, hot yoga can be challenging for some people, especially those with health conditions that may be exacerbated by heat. It is important to stay hydrated and listen to your body during a hot yoga practice to avoid dehydration or injury.
Hot Vinyasa Yoga is a type of yoga practice that combines the traditional vinyasa flow sequences with the added element of heat. Similar to hot yoga, this style is performed in a room that is heated to temperatures ranging from 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. The vinyasa flow sequences typically consist of a series of poses that are linked together with the breath, creating a continuous and flowing movement. The heat is believed to enhance the benefits of the practice, such as improved flexibility, detoxification, and stress relief. However, as with any hot yoga practice, it is important to stay hydrated and listen to your body to avoid dehydration or injury. Hot Vinyasa Yoga is a challenging and invigorating practice that can be suitable for intermediate to advanced practitioners.
Hot Pilates is a type of exercise that combines traditional Pilates movements with the added element of heat. The practice is typically performed in a heated room, with temperatures ranging from 90 to 105 degrees Fahrenheit. The Pilates exercises aim to strengthen the core muscles, improve posture, and increase overall flexibility and range of motion. The added heat is believed to help increase blood flow, promote detoxification, and enhance the overall benefits of the practice. However, as with any hot exercise, it is important to stay hydrated and listen to your body to avoid dehydration or injury. Hot Pilates can be a challenging and effective workout for individuals of all fitness levels.
Rehab yoga is a type of yoga practice that is designed to support the recovery and rehabilitation process of individuals who have experienced injury or illness. The practice may include modifications or adaptations to traditional yoga poses to accommodate physical limitations or pain. Rehab yoga can also incorporate therapeutic techniques such as gentle stretching, mindfulness, and breathing exercises to help manage pain, reduce inflammation, and promote overall healing. Rehab yoga can be beneficial for a range of conditions, including chronic pain, musculoskeletal injuries, and neurological conditions. It is important for individuals to consult with their healthcare provider before beginning a rehab yoga practice to ensure that it is appropriate for their specific needs and limitations.
Qi Gong is a traditional Chinese practice that involves movements, meditation, and breathing exercises to cultivate and balance the body's vital energy, known as "qi." The practice is rooted in Chinese medicine and is believed to promote physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Qi Gong movements are slow, gentle, and flowing, often involving circular motions and deep breathing. The practice can be performed in standing, seated, or lying down positions, making it accessible to individuals of all ages and abilities. Some of the benefits of Qi Gong include improved circulation, reduced stress and anxiety, improved balance and flexibility, and increased energy and vitality. Qi Gong is often taught in classes or workshops and can be incorporated into a daily wellness routine
Meditation Pilates, also known as "meditative Pilates," is a practice that combines the principles of Pilates with mindfulness meditation. The practice aims to enhance the mind-body connection and promote overall physical and mental well-being. Meditative Pilates involves slow, controlled movements and deep breathing, which helps to calm the mind and reduce stress and anxiety. By incorporating mindfulness meditation techniques, such as focusing on the breath and staying present in the moment, practitioners can cultivate a deeper sense of awareness and relaxation. Meditative Pilates can be a beneficial practice for individuals seeking to improve their physical fitness and reduce stress levels simultaneously. The practice can also be modified to accommodate various skill levels and physical limitations.
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