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Published on January 20, 2015

From 31st March to 5th April 2013, the tranquil town of Ubud in the cultural heart of Bali will once again be filled with worldwide spirituality as the Bali Spirit Festival 2015 gets underway. As the event celebrates its eight year of existence, news of its magic has reached around the world. Not only does the Festival bring together celebrated musicians, yogis and dancers from every continent, but it has also become a magnet for fans, students and followers of every calling.

As always, the Bali Spirit Festival will take place at two of the most stunning venues in Ubud: Purnati Centre for the Arts and theARMA Open Stage and Museum. The World Stage Concert will be staged on the majestic outdoor stage of Agung Rai Museum of Arts (ARMA). Located on the grounds of one of ARMA, a museum housing one of Bali’s most impressive collection of Balinese and Indonesian visual art, the stage is framed by towering, traditional Balinese stone architecture and shaded by incredible tropical beauty.

Offering rejuvenation and inspiration to all who enter its tropical grounds, the festival invites some of the world’s greatest instructors offering diverse workshops in yoga, meditation, music and dance, as well as seminars in healing and health.

Drawing in a global audience of 6000 from over 50 countries, the tranquil town of Ubud in Bali will be transformed into an international cornucopia of world music and yogic fun. On the Coco Love Stage the festival features a Bhakti feast of world-renowned devotional music. Passionate about celebrating diversity, The One World Night Music Stage brings together music and traditions from every corner of the planet, staying true to the festival’s message of peace, love and positivity.

This year, this one of a kind festival will feature some of the world’s top yoga masters including: Noah Maze (USA), Ronan Tang (China), Simon Borg Olivier (Australia), and Maryam Askari (France). The Festival seminar programme will feature a range of healing experts who will be giving talks and running workshops throughout the festival including: Lorin Roche (USA) and Margot Anand (France) -Tantra Yoga, Relationships and Sexuality; TanishkaTantrika(Australia) -Goddess and Priestess of the Divine Feminine; Jeffrey Amstrong (Canada) -Vedic Astrology; Kat Dawes (Australia)- Creator of NOWism and promoter of the Powerful Present Moment.

Getting you up to dance at the Festival will be the Hoop Yogini Jocelyn Gordon, Masala Bhangra with Sarina Jain, Tribal Fusion Belly Dance with Deb Rubin, Embodied Hip Hop with Daniel Rojas and many more.

Described as one of the most vibrant and uplifting festivals happening to date, this inspirational event unifies the global community through live music, yoga, dance, encouraging people to spread the message of positive change in their homes, communities and worldwide.

BaliSpirit’s dedicated Family day ‘Hari Cinta Keluarga’ is the perfect excuse to involve the whole family with fun workshops, creative performances and bilingual classes. Immerse yourself in the buzz of the marketplace at the Dharma Fair which brings together delicious healthy food, exceptional healers and traditional Indonesian performances while you eat your lunch.

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