ACTIVITIES AT BEINGSATTVAA

BeingSattvaa

Activities for your mind, body & soul

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Activities at the BeingSattvaa retreat

DAILY PROGRAMS

Mornings:

Mornings and me
A morning energiser routine to wake up the Body and Breath soon after sunrise followed by a healthy breakfast
Focus Me
Wake up to a mindful morning with a slow paced strengthening routine
Nature walk
After breakfast walk in the gardens to connect with plants, trees, paddy, butterflies, birds

Evenings:

Fix my Back
A series of Active and Therapeutic routines to strengthen and heal the back
Open my Neck & Shoulder
A series of deep stretch routines to open the shoulder and neck
Wind me down
An evening routine to prepare the mind and body for a restful night prior to dinner

(Please let our staff know the previous day about your interest so they can arrange)

Activities at the BeingSattvaa retreat

WEEKEND PACKAGE

Freedom Weekend
Free yourself from your busy urban schedule with an all- round weekend Body-Breath-Mind Program that combines indoor and outdoor activities, energising breath, mindfulness practices and a rejuvenating massage.

Freedom in Silence
Plug-in to the sound of silence with a weekend of mindfulness practices combined with active time with nature all enjoyed in silence to allow the participant to unplug from "work" and plug into "me"

Unwind Me
A weekend program focussed on releasing stiffness in back, neck and shoulder through a program of Active and Therapeutic Yoga combined with deep tissue massage and daily deep relaxation

Move Me
An Active Weekend both outdoor and indoor starting the day with treks, runs and workouts and ending with deep stretch and massage

(Weekend packages will be based on the calendar planned)

Please write to us at renuka@beingsattvaa.com.sg for more information.
In case of groups of 8 people or more, we can design the weekend in a bespoke manner. Note: Weekend Programs come with their all-day meal package.

Conduct Your Wellness Retreat Programs

If you are a Yoga/Wellness program leader, BeingSattvaa is an ideal venue for conducting retreat sessions for groups.
BeingSattvaa will work with you to develop a bespoke experience that combines your program with a spa, outdoor adventure, local village art or cultural experience with a nutrition experience of your choice crafted to suit the participants.

For group size of 15 or more, we will make the facility private so that your participants' experience is truly memorable.

For enquiries and reservation, please call Renuka at +65 9111 5642 or write to renuka@beingsattvaa.com.sg

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BeingSattvaa

Outdoor Activities - Places to explore

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Explore Ubud

UBUD

BeingSattvaa is in the village of Kenderan, a 10-minute drive from the bustling Ubud town-centre. It is set amidst the famed rice fields of Tegallalang, fringed by rice paddies on one side and rain forest on the other.

Ubud is a quaint and remarkable town in the middle of the island of Bali. For more than a century, it has been the island's preeminent centre for fine arts, dance and music - it is truly the cultural and artistic capital of Bali. This rambling country town, made up of several artisan villages, each dedicated to one particular art or craft, is located an hour’s drive north of the airport. The air is pungent, smelling of the earth, river and forests, all of which can be found in plenty in Ubud. Ubud boasts some of Bali's most stunning resorts and spas, and sophisticated restaurants serving the best of Asian and Western cuisine. Elegant hotels, sprawling mansions and quaint villas now stand on its outskirts, overlooking the most amazing views in Bali. Ubud is now a hub of literature, art, music and dance. It draws people who add something; people who are actively involved in art, nature, wellness, anthropology, music, dance, architecture, environmentalism, and more.

Ubud's unique ecosystem and culture make it an ideal place to practice wellness, a perfect getaway, if you will.

Explore Bali

BALI

Bali is a province of Indonesia, which is located between the islands of Java and Lombok island. Bali is also commonly referred to as The Island Of Thousands Temples or The Island of Gods. The capital of Bali is Denpasar, located in the south of the island.

Culturally and linguistically, the Balinese are closely related to the peoples of the Indonesian archipelago, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Oceania. Balinese culture is strongly influenced by Indian, Chinese, and particularly Hindu culture, beginning around the 1st century AD. The Hindu Majapahit Empire (1293–1520 AD) on eastern Java founded a Balinese colony in 1343. When the empire declined, there was an exodus of intellectuals, artists, priests, and musicians from Java to Bali in the 15th century.

Despite intense exposure to modernisation and foreign influences, Balinese still faithfully cling to their culture and traditions, which is what makes this island unique. Here traditional architecture, kinship, religion, dance and music jostle for space with modern hotels and shopping, making it an exceptional tourist destination, unlike any other. There are a myriad of places of interest and exciting activities in Bali - it is a favourite destination for both adventurers and those in need of a little relaxation. One can surf in the beaches of Kuta, cycle in the by lanes of Ubud, watch the Kecak dance in Uluwatu, sunset in Tanah lot, take a road trip to Lake Bratan, climb the volcanic Mount Batur, raft through the heart of Agung river or shop in one of the many artisan villages.

Around BeingSattvaa

  • White water rafting - You can grab your oars and get ready to rage with this exhilarating rafting adventure on the spectacular Ayung River.
  • Mountain biking - Starting at Mount Batur volcano, a bicycle tour that winds down through 26km of lush valleys, through Balinese villages, past temples and rich green rice fields.
  • River kayaking - You can kayak down the Ayung river in a two-person inflatable kayak.
  • Rice paddy trek - Take a trek through the emerald green rice paddies and watch the timeless routine of planting and harvesting rice; visit the famed rice terraces of Tegallalang.
  • Mount Batur trekking - Take an early morning trek to the summit of Mount Batur, an active volcano.
  • Elephant safari park - You can go on a ride sitting high atop an elephant in a teak wood chair, through the cool jungle of Taro - an experience you'll never forget!