Retreats in the Bank of Ayung River

Hello from Bali! Great day to tell you about experience during holiday in Bali. Bali offers amazing panorama or amazing view, If talking about Bali is the island of thousand temples and the beautiful scenery nature and also the friendly people. Bali has unique thing can we explain when holiday in Bali especially in traditional village. Bali village and the unique tradition is the favorite thing by the tourist. Bali is also famous by handicraft and the souvenir Bali also has many delicious and savory traditional foods but maybe some of you want to relax and have a nice quiet time for yourself. Today i will tell you about one of Retreats in Bali. Here it is!


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Nestled on the banks of the Ayung River, Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa, is an award-winning eco-conscious wellness retreat deeply rooted in the ancient traditions of Bali, making it a peaceful sanctuary to embrace authentic Balinese Healing, Living Foods and Sacred Arts.

At Fivelements, “living well” is inspired by Balinese culture, which encourages us to nurture harmony with spirit, the environment and with one another. Our holistic integrative approach is designed to tune in to the physical, emotional and spiritual levels, allowing an organic healing process to naturally unfold.

Facilities

  1. Nine exclusive Sleeping Suites for residential retreats
    Each riverside suite is housed in a private pavilion fashioned after a sacred spiral and embellished with traditional Balinese ‘Songket’ textiles and antique touches. Each has a spacious terrace overlooking Bali’s sacred Ayung River, with a healing alfresco bathhouse including chromotherapy lighting, air-conditioning, sound system with iPod dock, Wi-Fi Internet access, safety box, hairdryer and a generous array of amenities.
  2. Mandala Meeting Rooms
    Mandala Agung: 250 m2, Mandala Alit and Madya: 65 m2. Each meeting room is built with 100% sustainable bamboo and alang alang (thatched roofing). These multi-function spaces are used for the practice of Sacred Arts and can host up to 300 guests for various exhibitions and meetings. Each comes complete with audio visual facilities.
  3. Sacred Spaces
    Used for meditation, peace dialogue, blessing ceremonies and celebrations. The Sacred Spaces of Fivelements, Puri Ahimsa are connected with a holy spring at the crossroads of 8 major energy lines. The Balinese ‘Padma Sana’ temple is a 100 m2 Sacred Space, designed with 14 river stones in a circle and a 50 m2 ‘Agni Hotra’ space for fire purification ceremonies.
  4. Healing Village
    Featuring eight private riverside healing rooms for Balinese therapies, complete with ensuite bathrooms, bathhouses with river stone healing bathtubs and safe deposit boxes for your peace of mind.
  5. Bidadari Beauty Sanctuary
    For luxurious Balinese-inspired, rejuvenation therapies for body, face, nail and hair care, relaxation massage and reflexology and incorporating three riverside terraces, a lounge pool, two healing bathhouses with chromotherapy lighting, lockers, shower and bathroom facilities.
  6. Boutique
    Selling Balinese antique artefacts and textiles, healing crystals, mala beads for mantra meditation, energy-balancing jewellery and Balinese-made ‘Usadha’ herbal remedies and essential oil products.
  7. Water Healing Pools
    A circular, heated ‘Watsu’ therapy pool and a large lap pool for relaxation and meditation, each featuring massage jets, underwater music and chromotherapy lighting, providing male and female locker rooms and shower facilities.five-elements-bali-31.jpg

Fivelements overall aim is to co-create a trusting connection and gently guide you through a highly personalised programme, while providing you with useful life tools to return home with.

 

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