Guide to FlyHigh Yoga classes in Bali

Guide to FlyHigh Yoga classes in Bali

Guide to FlyHigh Yoga classes in Bali

Bali is one of the most preferable yoga places on earth, where you can practice all kind of yoga classes, take numerous workshops and retreats. The island is so inspirational and provoke everyone to do something differed and challenging.

For many people who try to practice yoga for the first time combining the traditions of yoga with something fun and energetic is the best option. If this sounds to you like something that you would try, then we can suggest you take the leap, give it a try, come and fly with FlyHigh Yoga. Very often we are asked where in Bali you can take a regular FlyHigh yoga class. That’s why we specially prepared to you this guide to all the studios in which you can join a regular FlyHigh Yoga class.

Ubud Yoga Centre

Our first stop in this guide is the Ubud Yoga Centre. In this place is hidden a little bit of magic. The yoga centre is a contemporary two-tiered complex building created with several functions in mind: Yoga Centre, Paiste Gong Centre, Kids Centre, Gift Shop, and a Cafe. So you can enjoy a really good yoga practice and also a good healthy meal. The place is kids friendly. The children can also do yoga here and try to fly with specially designed FlyHigh yoga classes for the little ones.  At Ubud Yoga Centre you can practice FlyHigh yoga every day. When you fall in love with FlyHigh yoga you can also buy the FHY hanging belt and practice anywhere you want. There is no need to reserve your spot in advance, just come and fly with us!

The Mansion – Ubud

Rooftop Yoga in the FlyHigh Shala, located on the third floor overlooking the greenery of Ubud. FlyHigh Yoga classes offer you a form of aerial yoga practice taking the same yoga poses you would normally practice on the ground but you are now suspended about a meter above the ground while your hands are on the mat below. You can find FlyHigh Yoga classes every day from Monday to Friday.

Samadi – Canggu

As a centre dedicated to healing and renewal, Samadi Bali provides a lush and inspiring environment for the nourishment of body, mind and soul in the heart of Canggu, Bali. At Samadi Bali, there are FlyHigh Yoga classes two times a week.

Serenity Eco Guesthouse – Canggu

Another piece of paradise is Serenity Eco Guesthouse in Canggu. Besides that you can practice FlyHigh Yoga classes here, you can enjoy the beautiful rice field & mountain views, with some of Bali’s best beaches just steps away. Here you can feel immediately at home and join a friendly community. People of all ages, skill levels and backgrounds are welcomed with open arms. Every Wednesday and Friday you can sign up for a refreshing and energetic FlyHigh yoga practice, where you can be carefully guided through every asana whit the help of the belt. After that, you can have something healthy and vegan to eat from the cafe and enjoy the Balinese’s serenity.

Blue Earth Village – Amed

Blue Earth Village is an evolving educational and community hub on the beautiful Amed coast of East Bali. The Blue Earth yoga deck is a stunning space with incredible views of Gunung Agung and Jemeluk bay. The shala is built of bamboo and recycled Ulin wood and is open on the sides yet still feels private due to its elevation. FHY classes are on Friday afternoons at 5:30 pm, please book your spot in advance!

Sunset Beach Yoga – Gili Trawangan

Practising yoga with a view is something that we totally love. Just one sweet fast boat ride to Gili Trawangan and you can enjoy an amazing view upside down with the help of the FlyHigh Yoga hanging belt at Sunset Beach Yoga. The place again offers you an unforgettable yoga and relaxation experience. Sunset Beach Yoga is one of the most beautifully divine studios that you can practice FlyHigh Yoga and enjoy the breath-taking sunsets. To join some of the classes you don’t need to reserve your spot, just drop-in and learn how to relax your body and mind.  Sunset Beach Yoga have daily FlyHigh yoga classes, every afternoon.

Taksu – Ubud

FlyHigh Yoga classes are coming soon to this charming open yoga shala overlooking a small jungle river in the heart of Ubud. For more information where you can take a FlyHigh Yoga, please contact us via our social media channels – Facebook or Instagram. You can write to us also and an email. Our team will answer all of your questions as soon as possible.

How to make it a December to remember this holiday season?

How to make it a December to remember this holiday season?

How to make it a December to remember this holiday season?

And just like that, we are again facing the end of another year. December is a magical time when the intensity of the energy vibrations across the globe is really high.

In order to focus on the positive, pleasant and creative experiences, as well as to feel the joy and the euphoria of the upcoming happy moments, we should prepare ourselves. The end of the month is a perfect time to clean our home, our body and our mind. This is the season to spread the love around you and to give to others that are in need.

How to do that?

In order to give around positive energy, you must clean yourself first. Get rid of the old and unnecessary items and things that you haven’t used for a long time. This will clear a place for the new and the fresh thing that is on your way. All the holidays that are celebrated around the world during December are focused on the good deeds, love, family and friends which can be done by supporting and helping the people around us. So allows yourself at this moment to helps others give back to charity all the thing that are no longer serves you. Now is the best time to be generous. Get rid of the chaos and the mess by arranging everything at your place. Harmony at home brings harmony and balance to your thoughts and deeds.

Your body, your mind and your spirit are in constant connection with your home. As you clean and arrange your home, do not neglect your true self. Get rid of old financial obligations; unpleasant and unnecessary emotions and thoughts; refresh your body and mind by directing your attention to beautiful and pleasant thoughts, feelings and experiences.

The joy of giving

Whatever you do to others, you do to yourself, many spiritual traditions preach that, especially at this time of the year. As we give to others, we are creating conditions to receive. Аs you give to those in need, you are planting seeds for your own nourishment. Additionally, when we do something for someone else, the heart center becomes activated. The important thing during this last period of this year is to understand that we are part of a bigger story. And as yogis, our mission is to uplift everyone and try to make the world a better place.  We can’t do that without loving-kindness, generosity, and giving to others.

The practice of giving, or dana in Pali, has a preeminent place in the teachings of the Buddha.

Dana refers to the act of giving and to the donation itself. The Buddha used the word cage to refer to the inner virtue of generosity that ensures that dana is connected to the Path. This use of cage is particularly significant because it also means “relinquishment” or “renunciation.”

In the teaching of the Buddha, the practice of giving claims a place of special eminence, one which singles it out as being in a sense the foundation and seed of spiritual development.

The Buddha understood giving to be a powerful source of merit with long-term benefits both in this life and in lives to come

Different types of giving

For Hindus, dana (giving) is an important part of one’s dharma (religious duty). Dharma has a wide variety of meanings such as eternal law, duty, conduct, behaviour, morality and righteousness. Each person has a dharma towards family, society, the world and all living things. Any giving that is motivated by selfish considerations loses its value from the spiritual point of view.

All kinds of holidays are upon us, the whole world is celebrating. Be mindfulness, be generous to all people around you, and don’t forget that the most needed thing from all is simply LOVE.

How yoga can help you with stress, depression and anxiety?

How yoga can help you with stress, depression and anxiety?

How yoga can help you with stress, depression and anxiety?

The dynamic of our daily lives often leads to depression, stress and anxiety. If you ever felt overwhelmed, tensed and lost interest in everything that once makes you happy, maybe the depression got you in an unpleasant hug.

This crappy feeling leaves you without energy, no motivation and sadness. But there is a way that you can break up with these feelings and embrace the happiness again. There are scientific proves that yoga can help you overcome all of those feelings.

Stress is caused by worrying about the future, you’re re not in the present moment – you’re in the future. Anxiety is worrying about the past events, its different kind of stress.

When we don’t get the things we want the depression comes. But usually, those things can bring us a temporary happiness. Understand that the mind is not designed to find happiness, is designed to search for happiness all the time.  Any happiness related to time, its temporary happiness.

Real happiness is within you, it’s not related with the mind. Happiness is a decision, the mind is the problem and hard to satisfy. Enjoying the moment that you are right now with all of its beauty. Enjoying yourself, that’s the real happiness.

Yoga is so much than physical exercise that can help you burn some calories and tone your muscles. It’s a total mind-body workout that can help you feel yourself again and realise all the stress and tension in your mind and body. Yoga helps you to fight symptoms, such as difficulty in concentrating or loss of energy.

A study published by the Indian Journal of Psychiatry, the following benefits of yoga have been reported in a state of depression:

  • Helps you to reduce anxiety and stress
  • Allows you to control your moods
  • You have better control of your emotions
  • You will be mentally stronger to face different situations

These are just some of the benefits that yoga can do to you, just with an hour practice and sometimes even less. Anyone who has attended at least one yoga practice can tell you how relaxed and full of fresh energy occurs in the mind and the body.

The perfect antidote for a number of problems.

Yoga can be used to treat various diseases, but it is particularly useful for those that affect our physical and mental health. Depression is more than a state of spirit – it also reflects our physical health. A migraine, stomach pain, heart disorder … all these symptoms can be due to depression. Practising yoga allows you to control your breathing, digestive problems and the anxiety about anything within your body. The imbalance in the body is the first singh that we are under stress or we are depressed. Yoga will allow you to leave your home and communicate with the world instead of closing yourself and nourishing depression. Contacting other people, engaging in something interesting, doing exercise, relaxing, and reassuring the mind is the best treatment for the unpleasant depression that is lurking around the corner.

Raises the mood

When depression suddenly appears, everything becomes dark and pessimistic. While in fact, this is not true, this is just your mind trick you in this dark thoughts. If you are sad, everything around you looks negative and you believe that only bad things will happen to you. Yoga will make you realise the fact that it is really up to you to change your behaviour and your worldview. You will learn to recognize better your emotions and your feelings. The only way to start coping with these dark thoughts is to understand your feelings. Sometimes yoga is also associated with a meditation, which with no doubt makes it more effective.

Yoga will allow you to improve your flexibility and balance – not only physically but also spiritually. Yoga will help you get to know and heal your mind and soul from within. Get rid of your depression by trying something new and different, which will surely be useful to you. Do not let depression take you away from you.