Archive for the ‘OurBlog’ Category

By Shervin Boloorian After headlining as a top presenter at this year’s BaliSpirit Festival, Ashtanga Yoga master, philosopher, shamanic practitioner, and musician, Danny Paradise, led a successful 5-day yoga retreat at Villa Gaia. At the conclusion of the retreat, which involved daily pranayama and yoga instruction, healthy vegetarian meals, visits to sacred Balinese sites and more, Paradise was joined by fellow musicians to perform at a special Bali Angels charity concert. “Yoga is  [ Read More ]

Margot Anand Shares Her New Insights With Bali Angels

Posted by BaliAngels on June - 1 - 2011

By Shervin Boloorian In February and March international author and master Tantra instructor, Margot Anand, delivered a series of four free/by donation talks at Villa Gaia to support the Bali Angels charity organization. At these marquis events, which also included raw food pot luck dinners and community networking, Margot discussed her new life in Bali and her latest inspirations. She also went into aspects of the trainings and techniques that  [ Read More ]

Satori’s First Retreat

Posted by BaliAngels on February - 9 - 2011

How the Bali Angels saved the day. Sometimes your little world comes crumbling down only to come back together in a remarkably short time, and you are left breathless at the marvel of how fortunate you are. This is what happened to Satori Worldwide was about to cancel its inaugural retreat, and the Bali Angels swooped in to make it happen anyway. www.satoriworldwide.com is a social enterprise that shares creative  [ Read More ]

EARTH TONES PROJECT

Posted by BaliAngels on January - 31 - 2011

Earth Tones Bali is a Project created to enhance a greater awareness in the necessity for protecting our natural environment in Bali, caring for the soil organically and keeping Bali Green. In so doing we are also enhancing the wellbeing of the villagers engaged in the Earth Tones Project. Earth Tones Bali is a Project established to implement a network of sustainable textile collectives in the rural village communities. With  [ Read More ]

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