Ashram Munivara Yoga
Yoga means Union with God. All existence come from God, while the Atman is God within the human body. Whenever a person connects themselves to God there is a Union between Atman and God, this person has attained Yoga. A person who attains yoga enjoys peace within and all kinds of sensory bonds vanish. Feeling all the Divine’s presence in all God’s creation.
All forms of yoga are taught at the Ashram. Various yoga techniques are combined to maintain health and balance in our daily life. This involves breath awareness, awareness of the chakras, relaxation and eliminating tension in the our bodies. The true practice of yoga is when someone is willing to undergo further effort and offer themselves for the benefit of many other people. There are various types of yoga methods to bring us to oneness with the Supreme Lord.
Yoga is a good form of practice to harmonise the system of the physical, mental, emotional, pyschic and spiritual aspects as well. Yoga asanas are taught by the students of Ashram Munivara and classes run almost daily at 5pm and finish around 6:30pm (Note: no yoga on Wednesdays and Sundays). The style of yoga at the Ashram focuses on Surya Namaskar combined with Kundalini Tantra Yoga and other forms of yoga asana’s.
Kundalini Tantra Yoga
Kundalini Tantra Yoga classes with Master Ketut Arsana are held at Om Ham Retreat and Ubud Bodyworks Centre. Please book these classes with the Venue and not through Ashram.