Join Janet Stone as she returns to her second home — Bali — for a training immersion like no other. We’ll immerse in daily sadhana (practice) to reconnect with our internal rhythm and inner knowing.
The stunning Bagus Jati Resort will be our home base, from which we will explore some of Bali’s cultural, spiritual and geographic landmarks.
Bali is the perfect place to explore the rich earth and vast sky as we find tangible connections to what grounds us in the heart of the practice. This immersion is for teachers, non-teachers, and all other humans who want to embody yoga as a place between and within the fluctuations. We’ll begin with the foundation of our own practice that will emanate to those around us in class settings, work environments, home, love, children and so on. Then opening to the limitless sky comes with widening of our aperture/view point until these teachings become an offering to all beings.
We’ll meet in the middle of the rice fields at the luxurious Bagus Jati for ten days and nights, near Ubud, Bali, in the heart of the island. Setting our feet at the base of an active volcano, we can feel the power of the earth. As we hike to the top of the volcano at sunrise, we’ll reach for the limitless space all around.
Enrollment is open for this exquisite journey.
Enrollment is open! A $1208 deposit is required to secure your spot. The remaining balance can be paid in one payment or a 10-month payment plan.
We've extended enrollment to March 27, 2023.
Janet’s studentship began at 17 under the meditation teachings of Prem Rawat. His reverence for simplicity and finding joy in the rise and fall of life live on in her practice and teaching today. In 1996, she traveled to India, the birthplace of her grandfather, and became dedicated to the path of yoga. Janet blends the alchemy of her own practice with decades of studentship. She aspires not to teach but to allow the practice to emanate from her, letting awareness blend with movement and breath. Based in Bali and San Francisco, she leads immersions, retreats, workshops and more.
Dr. Sujatha Kekada is the Head Physician and Co-Founder of AmrtaSiddhi. She is a certified Ayurvedic Doctor (B.A.M.S) with a degree from Rajiv Gandhi University, Karnataka, India.
Dr. Kekada’s profound understanding of Ayurvedic Medicine and her deep love for plants is the basis for her exceptional ability to diagnose the root causes of diseases and to find effective remedies.
Combining intuition and compassion with bright intelligence and a rock-solid pragmatism, she is able to effectively guide people truly individually – just as the spirit of Ayurveda demands.
Dylan grew up in the mountains of Southern California, where at an early age he was into fitness, movement, extreme sports, and nature. Dylan was first introduced to yoga in 2001 as a part of his martial arts training, but it wasn't until 2009 when he made the yoga practice a part of his daily life and started to understand the true journey of the yogi.
Since 2011, Dylan has been teaching yoga. Though a lover of movement, handstands, arm balances and creative sequencing, his focus is the integration of the fundamental nature of knowledge, reality, and existence to create a space to deepen the inner connection. He is passionate about spreading his love for yoga and helping others in their journey by sharing his journey.
The training will begin with dinner on April 2 and end with breakfast brunch on April 12.
The deposit is $1008, and it is non-refundable and non-transferable. Read our cancellation policy.
If there are exceptional circumstances, such as new covid-related restrictions, we will adapt this policy accordingly.
Bali’s airport is in Denpasar. It is about 1.5 hours from Bagus Jati.
This will depend on your city of departure.
Based upon our learnings from covid-related cancellations in 2020 and 2021, we highly highly recommend booking directly with the airlines, and choosing an airline that is offering refunds or flexible changes.
The length of the flight will depend on your departure city, of course. From the US, it takes about one day of travel. Most flights go through either Taipei or Singapore. Plan your flights so you arrive no later than 3 pm on Sunday, April 2. You can depart on April 12—flights that depart after 3 pm are ideal. We highly recommend booking flights directly through the airlines. China Airlines and Singapore Airlines are among our most recommended options.
We highly recommend arriving a few days beforehand and leaving several days after if you can. The early arrival gives you space to adjust and the days after leave room for exploration and continued connection.
Bagus Jati coordinates transportation to and from the airport, as well as to and from Ubud. Airport shuttles are 450,000 Rupiah (about $30 USD), and can be shared by up to 3 people. The transfer fees are not included, because many students choose to travel on their own before or after the training.
Currently, travelers from over 60 nationalities can arrive with Visa on Arrival for a modest fee at the airport.
Those who are fully vaccinated (2 shots or 1 of J&J) can enter with no restrictions. Anyone who is not fully vaccinated needs a medical exemption letter from a doctor.
Currency exchange services are very easy to find in Bali. In addition, ATMs are widespread, and most credit and debit cards work in Bali. Check with your bank because many cards offer currency exchange withdrawals without a fee.
They do not have machines, but they can send laundry out and it will come back clean in 1-2 days for a modest fee.