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Indonesia Easter Wellness Retreat

Get inspired by the beauty and magic of Bali in this retreat that includes mindfulness, awareness, intimacy, connectedness, and Tantric practice. Part of the retreat comprises yoga, pranayama, meditation, Ayurvedic teachings, cleansing, and rejuvenating massage treatments, aqua healing, as well as deep energy work.

Instructions will be offered in English and / or German.

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  • 10 morning yoga, meditation, and pranayama sessions
  • Morning oil pulling and Ayurvedic dosha type identification
  • Afternoon aqua healing workshop, breathing meditation, Yin yoga, etc.
  • 4 Ayurveda abhyanga and one Ayurveda yoga stretch massage treatments
  • 2 silent days
  • Introduction to Balinese culture and enjoy various joint activities
  • 3 delicious meals and afternoon tea daily with cleansing herbal teas and water
  • 12 nights accommodation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

11 days with instruction in German
The organizer also speaks: English
Group size: Maximum of 12 participants
Airport transfer included: Ngurah Rai International Airport
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  • Spa
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Yoga shala
  • Free Wi-Fi

Prana Veda Sanctuary

It is a small, spacious, hidden retreat oasis on an endless lava sand beach, away from mainstream tourism, on the north coast of Bali, and with a beautiful coral reef at your doorstep for swimming, snorkeling, standup paddling, and dolphin watching. Come and enjoy:

  • The elegance of nature in a traditional setting
  • Insight into the magic of Balinese culture
  • Inspiring community vibes
  • Connection to the elements and yourself
  • Deep nourishment for all your senses and soul
  • Relaxation, reconnection, pampering, healing, or just being
  • Coming home to your natural wholeness
  • A place perfectly suitable for singles, couples, and retreats

Prana Veda Sanctuary is an organic manifestation of the owner's life dream and vision. “Live your dream” was always deep inside the owner and the vision to create a space of healing with her passion for community and love for people. A life guided her to Bali and to that place of tropical beauty by the Indian Ocean.

After deep meditations and lots of dreams, she designed it from the ground up. Then, together with the Balinese from the village, with their great craftsmanship, they built it to serve as a sanctuary, guesthouse, holiday retreat, healing place, and a social children’s association. They feel very blessed and thankful for this gift.

Prana Veda Sanctuary was opened in 2010 to connect people from the east and west, for them to learn, grow, heal, and just be.

The rooms

Retreat guests are accommodated in beautiful rooms in the main building. All rooms of the main house have wooden floors and are furnished in Balinese and colonial style with antique furniture, and are decorated with Indian silks.

The Orchid Room

This is a beautiful garden-level air-conditioned room, with ocean view, double bed (2x2 meters) with mosquito net, single bed (1x2 meters), dressing room, and a natural stone bathroom with hot water and 40 meters squared terrace with a sitting area and hammock.

The Jasmine Room

This is a beautiful garden level room with ventilation, ocean view, a double bed (1.80x2 meters) with mosquito net, a single bed (1x2 meters) with mosquito net, a natural stone bathroom with hot water, and a 40-meter-squared terrace with a sitting area and hammock.

The Sunrise Room

This is a beautiful room on the first floor, next to the yoga and meditation room, with an antique bed (1.40x2 meters), mosquito net, and a magnificent view across the ocean, as well as a natural stone bathroom with hot water.

The Sunset Room

This is a beautiful room on the first floor, next to the yoga and meditation room with an antique bed (1.40x2 meters), mosquito net, and a magnificent view across the ocean, as well as a natural stone bathroom with hot water. This room also has one additional bed (1x2 meters).

Lotus Room

This is a small (9 meters squared) single room with its own balcony facing the garden and sea, a single bed (1x2 meters) with a mosquito net, fan, and a private bathroom with warm water.

The Balinese team

In the Balinese team, there are 13 warmhearted and loving staff members who take care of the wellbeing of guests. Most of them are from the village and many of them have been part of Prana Veda since the beginning.

The familial atmosphere is very much appreciated and contributes to guests feeling so much at home in paradise. The staff knows all guests by name and you can understand why people from all over the world grow so fond of them.

Their wonderful open smiles during work are always touching. Prana Veda is very thankful for each of the staff members who co-create its image with their renowned Balinese kindness.


In 2014, Prana Veda created the permaculture garden that provides organic fruits and vegetables. They strive towards sustainability and are aware of their social responsibility (solar system, LED lamps, waste separation, learning projects in local village schools, copper ionization and salt for the pools instead of chlorine, support for the coral reef protection project, and use of local resources).


10 yoga, meditation, and pranayama sessions in the morning

On the 1st floor, there's a 63-meter-squared room with a teak wood floor, which invites you to yoga, meditation, and dance with a spectacular view across the ocean. There is also a yoga shala in the garden area where guests can practice yoga and meditation on their own, outside the retreats.

Prana Veda provides high-quality yoga mats, meditation cushions, blocks, bolsters, and belts. Prana Veda is a perfect place for small groups (4-12 people), who wish to be in a familiar atmosphere.

Yoga is an ancient Indian philosophy of life and the Sanskrit word “Yoga” means union. It is the foundation of well-being and is effective in achieving and maintaining holistic health. Yoga harmonizes the body, mind, and spirit through physical postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), as well as concentration and meditation.

The practice expands the consciousness and guides you to a freer spirit, while the exercises cleanse and rejuvenate your tissues and cells. Daily yoga and meditation classes in small groups are included in the retreat weeks.

The yoga instructors teach Hatha yoga influenced by traditional yoga techniques, Vinyasa flow, therapeutic, and Yin yoga. The morning yoga sessions are adapted to the individual needs of the participants, combining physical postures and movements with guided breathing practices and meditation.

In this offer for the afternoon sessions, Yin yoga, and Restorative yoga are included. You'll practice different kinds of meditation: Guided and silent meditations, breathing meditations, aquatic floating meditations, as well as dancing meditations in the open air. Yoga brings joy and harmony and a fulfilled life.

Aqua healing workshop, breathing meditation, Yin yoga, etc. in the afternoon

Part of the retreat is an aqua healing session in the 35 degrees Celsius warm Watsu pool which will guide you into deep relaxation and a transformative and blissful experience.

It will help you to connect to your soul and to others' souls from heart to heart, as you explore self-healing, holding, and floating each other. The Aqua healing experience will teach you the beauty of giving and receiving. It will be a unique experience of weightlessness to infinity.

Aqua healing is a beautiful inner journey into yourself immersed in warm water at body temperature. Simply step into the 35 degrees Celsius heated pool and let yourself relax into a state of free-floating, stretched and held by a therapist while allowing the water to carry you into powerful stillness.

By means of three-dimensional movements and stretches in complete weightlessness and lightness, you will be transported into a state of deep relaxation and freedom.

Aqua healing often leads to an expansion of consciousness and a completely novel and blissful experience. It can be practiced on the surface of the water or/and underwater wearing a nose clip.

Aqua healing borrows elements from Watsu, Water Dance, Healing Dance, Dolphin Dance, Ayurveda, Shiatsu, Craniosacral, Manual Therapy, Osteopathy, and Physiotherapy, which bring further refinements and therapeutic potential to this holistic Aquatic Bodywork.

Gradually, your cellular memory is going to be awakened to its original wholeness. Aqua healing is for anybody wanting to experience relaxation and stillness and seek beauty, freedom, and surrender.

It is especially healing for stress symptoms, limited body movements, arthritis, rheumatism, back pains, chronic pains, headaches, migraines, insomnia, post-operative rehabilitation and accidents, trauma, fear of water, and pregnancy. A session lasts 1 hour and requires a further hour for quiet integration.

In all retreats, Prana Veda offers floating meditations or Aqua healing workshops where you can experience floating and holding somebody in the water and be floated and held yourself. A deep experience of connectedness. Dive into the deepness of being, into the stillness of now, and meet with eternity, reconnecting to your soul, floating into bliss, and returning with the treasure of peace in your heart.

Oil pulling in the morning: Coconut oil - Detox treatment

Mouth rinse with coconut oil

The oil pulling is an uncomplicated method for daily detoxification. It is especially beneficial for tooth and mouth hygiene. It is effective against bacteria and helps against bleeding gums and breath odor, strengthens loose teeth, reduces plaque, fights caries, and whitens the teeth. Traditionally, it is part of holistic therapy for a lot of different diseases, such as arthritis and migraine, etc.

The oil pulling is best done early morning before breakfast. Take one to two tablespoons of coconut oil and pull it for 10 to 15 minutes in your mouth and rinse it between your teeth.

It can be used over a 1 to 2-week period as a treatment for detoxification and for stabilizing the immune system, or it can be integrated long-term as part of your daily life.

Intake of coconut oil

The intake of coconut oil in the morning (before breakfast and brushing teeth) spends energy and detoxes the body from toxins, parasites, and impurities. Because coconut oil has a strong detoxing effect on the body, you should start with a small amount, e.g. one tablespoon in the first week, and then gradually increase (up to 6 tablespoons per day). Be attentive and listen to your body.

By the way, even one tablespoon of high-quality native coconut oil is sufficient to mobilize metabolism. You can also use other kinds of oil.

Introduction to Balinese culture

You will be making Balinese offerings and having a Hindu ceremony with a priest.

Joint activities

  • Excursion to a waterfall
  • Children’s dance project
  • Day trip
  • Cooking class
  • Candlelight dinner
  • Surprises

There will also be enough time to relax, swim, snorkel, and live and share in the community. Discover your power of intuition and experience your potential for deep, conscious communication.

Included excursions

You will also have a day trip, candlelight dinner, and surprises.

Day excursion

Get an up-close experience of Bali's beauty with a fun and adventurous trip to a waterfall and a visit to the children's dance project.

Cooking class

You can learn to prepare delicious Balinese dishes like Tempeh, vegetable dishes like Urab or Gado-Gado, and fish dishes together with chef Iluh and the kitchen staff. It is great fun chopping together, trying the mortar, and looking over the shoulder of the women while they are preparing the food.


Renate Eisenmann


Bali, the island of the gods and demons in the Indian Ocean, always fascinates its visitors. The special energy of this Hindu island, with all its rituals and traditions, accompanies its inhabitants from birth to death and further on. It is the basis of the families and the village communities. It creates the order of the family life and the ethical guidelines of the whole nation.

Bali belongs to the Lesser Sunda Islands and has a size of 5,561 kilometers squared and a population of 4.5 million. From north to south, the island is 95 kilometers long and from east to west, it is 145 kilometers wide.

The climate is tropical. The temperatures by the coast are between 24 and 32 degrees and most of the time, there is a pleasant breeze. The wet season is from November to March, which is very smooth compared to other monsoon areas.

The north coast is in the shadow of rain and has an average rainfall of only 1,000 milliliters, whereas, in the mountains, they can get up to 3,000 milliliters of rain.

These originally warm-hearted people, with their smiles in combination with tropical vegetation, gardens of Eden, beautiful rice terraces, countless temples and temple dances, impressive volcanic landscape, beaches, and the handicraft of the artists and healers, make this island unique.

Most of the mountains in Bali have a volcanic origin and about 3/4 of the island is covered with volcanoes. The volcano Gunung Agung (“Big Volcano”), is the highest volcano on the island of Bali measuring 3,031 meters. In the Balinese culture, Gunung Agung is home to all the gods.

Furthermore, this volcano is the center of the Balinese coordinate system. The volcano last erupted in 1968 wherein 2,000 people were killed and countless villages and (rice) fields were destroyed.

West of Agung joins the 10-kilometer-wide caldera of volcano Batur massif with Gunung Abang as its highest elevation at 2,153 meters. Inside the crater lie Mount Batur (1,717 meters), a young cone that erupted four times in the 20th century, and the crater sea, Danau Batur.

Bali is the only region next to India, Nepal, and Mauritius that has a majority Hindu population. Most Balinese people belong to the Agama Hindu-Dharma religion, which is the “Balinese version” of Hinduism. On the island, religion and life are closely intertwined: religion is life and life is religion. Religious ceremonies and celebrations are part of everyday Balinese life from birth to death.

Even beyond one’s death, they play an important role. It is these traditions and ceremonies that hold Balinese families together and structure communities. They come into life with the foundation of every village and function as moral and ethical standards, which the people have to live by and act according to.

All public holidays, gatherings, and celebrations always begin with a temple ceremony.

When the Indian Brahmans brought the Hindu gods to Bali in the 10th century, the Balinese culture was already highly developed. Therefore, the Balinese did not replace their religion with the Indian belief system, but rather integrated elements of the Indian religion into their own.

The new cultural influences from India did not push away existing traditions and ceremonies, but rather melted into them, creating an even richer and unique Balinese religion.

The belief in the power of nature, the animation of the environment, and the worship of ancestors remained, and together with the Hindu influences, have created a complex, yet harmonious Hindu-Balinese religion.

Bali is also referred to as “The Island of a Thousand Temples.” In the majority of cases, the temples are decorated elaborately, even those that are far away in the more remote areas of the island. Because every temple is carefully looked after and thoughtfully decorated by its people, even the smaller temples can compete with renowned ones.

In addition to the big and small temples, each house has a family temple and you will find countless little versions of a temple on street corners, Banyan trees, etc. Sometimes, a simple offertory box is used.



  • Spa


  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Yoga shala


  • Free Wi-Fi


Three delicious meals, afternoon tea, cleansing herbal teas, and water are included daily. The highly appreciated organic food and delicious dishes, as well as the sharing of meals in the community, contribute to the overall wellbeing and contentment of guests.

The tasty food is freshly and healthily prepared with herbs, salads, vegetables, and tropical fruits, partly from Prana Veda's own organic garden, where they harvest every day. Some are from the local market, where fresh produce is bought every morning.

The team prepares the meals with a lot of joy, mindfulness, and love. It is a synthesis of health aspects and enjoyment. They offer homemade yogurt and jam from tropical fruits, home-baked bread, and fresh fish, directly from the fishermen.

You can choose from a Western or Ayurvedic breakfast. For lunch and dinner, they will treat you to delicious traditional Balinese, Thai, and Italian dishes. You can order special coffees, cakes, and fresh juices from fruits, vegetables, and healing herbs. Mineral water, a variety of teas, Bali coffee, and fruits are also included in the room price.

Your meals can be served on your private terrace or in the restaurant - a Balinese Bale - by the pool and ocean. On request, they serve lactose- and gluten-free food, as well as vegetarian and vegan food. In case of food intolerances, meals will be adjusted. They also serve Ayurvedic food.

As many of the guests asked about the delicious recipes of the Prana Veda kitchen, they decided to create a cookbook in 2015. It includes the vision of Prana Veda, the philosophy of life, and lots of tasty Balinese recipes. Recently, the cookbook has also been available in an English version and you can order the book directly.

Prana Veda's garden

Parts of the fresh ingredients are harvested from the fruits and vegetable garden which was created using permaculture principles.

In order to have as many organic ingredients as possible from their own garden, they are continuously working on its improvement. The gardeners passionately take care that the flowers are blooming and the fruits and vegetables are thriving well. In the afternoons, the chef harvests fresh organic vegetables, herbs, and spices for dinner.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water
  • Tea

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
  • Lacto-ovo Vegetarian
  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Organic
  • Pescatarian
  • Lactose Free
  • Ayurvedic
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

As an option, detox can be booked additionally with every retreat package.

Other activities

Stand-up paddleboarding

The direct access and the calm ocean also invite you to stand-up paddling. Enjoy the sunrise on the board out on the ocean.

Boat trip with the local fishermen

See the sunrise and watch the dolphins. You can go with the local fishermen and their traditional boats out on the open sea at dawn. Experience the magnificent spectacle of a sunrise over the sea. Take a unique view of Bali from a different perspective. In most cases, you can watch the cheerful play of the dolphins.


You can find or test your balance in a playful way in the garden of Prana Veda on your own slackline; not so easy.

Visit the local market

It is an exciting experience to join one of the staff members to go to the local market at 6 am and observe the vivid market life. The market awakes in the early morning hours at 4 am and people can buy fresh fish, exotic fruits, spices, as well as Balinese sweets, flowers, and incense sticks for the offerings. A visit to the market is possible every day.

Mount Batur trekking (On the summit of the volcano for sunrise)

Mount Batur (Gunung Batur) is situated in the northeast part of the island, near Kintamani. The ascent of the 1.717-meter-high active volcano, whose last minor eruption was only in 2000, is a unique experience.

You ascend for two hours in the cool of the night with torchlight on small trails towards the crater. The last meters of the ascent is quite steep.

On the summit, you will wait for sunrise while having a nice cup of coffee or tea and a small breakfast. And don’t miss out on a volcano-boiled egg! Enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views across the surrounding volcanic landscapes at dawn.

On a clear day, you can even see the mountains of Java and Lombok. This brilliant outlook compensates for the strenuous ascent.

Day excursions

Prana Veda will be happy to arrange your trips to the volcano, temples, walks through the rice fields, diving, shopping, rafting, and a roundtrip of Bali to hidden magical places. Departure is usually at 10 am after breakfast and you will be back around 6 pm.

Swimming and snorkeling

Prana Veda has direct access to the ocean. The sea just in front of the property swarms with colorful tropical fish and coral beds, an ideal place to swim and snorkel.

Spa treatments

The following treatments are included:

  • 4 Ayurveda Abhyanga massage treatments (1 hour each)
  • 1 Ayurveda yoga stretch massage treatment (2 hours)
  • Oil pulling in the morning

4 Ayurveda Abhyanga massage treatments (1 hour each)

It is a flowing, soft whole-body massage with hand-pressed, warm coconut oil from their land, which makes the body soft and supple. It detoxifies and gives you renewed vitality and freshness.

This massage includes Marma therapy, a scientific technique from southern India based around the vital-energy points of the human body, and can both create additional energy, as well as release blocked-up energy.

1 Ayurveda yoga stretch massage treatment (2 hours)

It is a unique form of Ayurveda whole-body massage developed by a student of the great yoga master, B.K.S. Iyengar, in Poona, India. The approach uses a combination of deep muscle work, footwork, and yoga stretch to open up and re-balance body and mind, simultaneously releasing blockages of energy flow.

In addition to oil, Calamus powder is used for its strong detoxifying effects as well as for purification and support of blood circulation. This treatment is given on a floor mat.

What's included

  • 10 yoga, meditation, and pranayama sessions in the morning
  • 2 silent days
  • Aqua healing workshop, breathing meditation, Yin yoga, etc. in the afternoon
  • Oil pulling in the morning
  • Introduction to Balinese culture (make Balinese offerings and a Hindu ceremony with a priest)
  • Ayurvedic dosha type identification
  • 4 Ayurveda Abhyanga massage treatments (1 hour each)
  • 1 Ayurveda yoga stretch massage treatment (2 hours)
  • Joint activities (excursion to a waterfall, children’s dance project, day trip, cooking class, candlelight dinner, and surprises)
  • 12 nights accommodation
  • 3 delicious daily meals and afternoon tea
  • Cleansing herbal teas and water
  • 2 transport service
  • 10% tax

What's not included

  • Flight to and from Bali, Indonesia
  • All other services, activities, and/or items not indicated in the package inclusion
  • Service charge

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please arrange your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Several airlines fly to Denpasar, the international airport of Bali.

Coming from Europe, you’ll have a stopover on the way, e.g. in Singapore, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, or Doha.

Flights can be booked at travel agencies or online. The retreat starts on Sunday afternoon at 17:00 with a guided house tour and introduction. Therefore, they ask for your arrival between 14:00 and 16:00.

When you come directly from the airport, they recommend that you book a flight that arrives in the morning or around midday in Denpasar, so that you can enjoy the beautiful drive to Prana Veda before it gets dark outside and so that you will be there in time for the introduction tour.

The drive takes three hours and passes traditional Balinese villages, beautiful rice fields, volcano landscapes, and coconut palm tree forests. From Ubud, the trip takes two hours.

Prana Veda will gladly pick you up from the airport or from any other place on the island.

Airport: Ngurah Rai International Airport Airport transfer included: Ngurah Rai International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 16% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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Arrival: Sunday April 13, 2025
Departure: Friday April 25, 2025

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