On the far west coast of Bali, away from the craziness of tourist centres, there is a village called Medewi, with a quiet beach that is one of the loveliest on the island.
If you stand at the edge of the palm grove, a beach of deep grey volcanic sand will stretch out to your left, fringed by rice paddies and interrupted by rivers that carry water down from forested mountains. In front of you, a seamless left-hand break will peel across a bay where, for generations, Balinese fishermen have launched their boats and, for decades, intrepid surfers have ridden the waves. Here, the sand is covered with a million rocks that rustle the edge of the sea and on some evenings, as the sun sets,you can see the volcanoes of east Java cast as silhouettes along the horizon.
It is in the palm grove, with gentle cows as neighbours, a river as one boundary and an empty beach stretching way off into the distance, that you will find our yoga space.
If you're a teacher and would like to hold a retreat with us here in one of the most beautifully unspoilt parts of Bali, please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll email you more info.