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Yogi Times is out to explore the "hotspots" in our community, where yogis can go to find interesting things to experience or hidden treasures and mindful gifts off the beaten path. Not your everyday trip to the mall, we search for special spots that will appeal to those who are looking for more than your basic retail and services.

  1. penjor - what does it represent?
    Walking through the streets of Bali during certain religious Hindu holidays such as Galungan and Kuningan and other temple festivals can be a refreshi
  1. kuningan holiday in bali
    One of the most important holidays celebrated by the Hindus in Bali, Indonesia. Kuningan, indicates the end of the of the Galungan celebration. The Ku
  1. galungan holiday in bali
    Believed to be the triumph of Dharma (good) over Adharma (evil) the Galungan Hindu holiday is greatly celebrated by the Balinese across every region i
  1. things to do in nusa penida  
    Looking for an island to spend the day or weekend? Nusa Penida provides the perfect day trip or weekend getaway on the south west coast of Bali. For n
  1. get fit, have fun at the alila seminyak
    Ready to get fit, eat well and pamper yourself? How about a rejuvenating spa treatment and a healthy lunch to top it all off? You can find all of this
  1. go nuts for coconuts!
    For years coconut oil has been misunderstood because it contains saturated fat. However, coconut oil does not contain your average run-of-the-mil
  1. things to do in pemuteran, north of bali
    Close your eyes…inhale…exhale…and discover the peacefulness of the small and quiet village Pemuteran in Bali. Pemuteran literally
  1. join the nyepi celebrations & unique balinese new year
    March is a very special month in Bali and you are lucky to be here! Why? Because Bali celebrates its New Year. Nyepi is an utterly unique and absolut
  1. what is an ogoh-ogoh?
    If you have experienced the Balinese Day of Silence (Nyepi), then you will already be familiar with the menacing figure of the ogoh-ogoh -
  1. meet the berlin yoga conference!
    We first heard about the Berlin Yoga Conference 2019 in the end of last year. Promising to deliver an authentic yoga experience and to
  1. frangipani
    Everywhere around Bali, and especially in many gardens and around many homes you will come across frangipani - yellow-white flowers growing on trees.L
  1. vegan paris eateries
    The culinary capital of the world is stepping into the game. As the vegan lifestyle grows exponentially in popularity, in turn, pop-ups, caf&eacu
  1. 5 organic vegetable delivery services in singapore
    Heading to the grocery store typically isn’t my favorite pastime. Between waiting in long lines and sifting through produce, there are many acti
  1. one 10 - cycling studio in london
    One 10 is the latest spinning studio to pop up in central London. Like their neighbors: Psycle and Boom Cycle, One 10 hasn't missed a trick when
  1. berlin yoga conference
    Anastasia Shevchenko is a Berlin-based yoga teacher. Yoga has been an integral part of her life for the past 15 years and helped Anastasia to heal, re
  1. cryozone in santa monica
    Cryotherapy is growing in popularity as one of the next-level holistic wellness solutions that promotes natural healing at a cellular level, and it wa
  1. malibu getaway a mini guide
    Natasha, one of our travel editors, arrived in Malibu California, ready to spend the next two weeks exploring. She shares with us her experience and i
  1. the pyramids of chi and the power of sound
    The Pyramids of Chi Centre and Cafe in Ubud offers you a powerful and revitalizing experience from the moment you walk through the doors. Designed to
  1. top 5 vegan eateries in east london
    COOKDAILY Vegetable-rich, packed with flavour and simply delicious are thoughts that come to mind when experiencing the menu of this Sh
  1. discovering bali
    Natasha, one of our travel editors, arrived in Bali in late May, ready to spend the next two weeks exploring the island. She shares with us her experi

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