Where Bali meets India
Bali is a gem with magical healing powers, an ideal setting for Ayurvedic healing.
Bordering the stunning Tegallalang rice fields, our location breathes peace and calm. It offers generous areas of bamboo forest, lush tropical gardens, permaculture herbal gardens and a yoga shala. The resort’s heart is the beautiful, state-of-the art Ayurvedic treatment centre.Our Ayurvedic healing centre is located 8 km from Ubud, the cultural and spiritual centre of Bali. The resort has twelve beautifully designed, superbly comfortable rooms with beautiful views of the rice terraces or lush greenery. Each room has a private balcony or terrace.
To make your healing experience more enjoyable, you will find a yoga and meditation pavilion with gorgeous views of the rice fields, a heated sitting pool in the treatment centre, Ayurvedic cooking demonstrations in the generous kitchen area as well as beautiful gardens to spend time in. Weather permitting, daily guided walks in the surrounding rice fields are also offered.
The state of the art Panchakarma treatment centre leaves nothing to be desired. Directly bordering on to the emerald green rice fields, you will find treatment rooms that are beautifully set up, perfectly equipped and peaceful. Our professional, kind and caring team of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and therapists will make sure that your healing experience will be the best it can be.
Our centre is built on a hillside with many steps. Guests with physical problems should therefore contact us before booking. The resort is not suitable for wheel chairs.
Bali is a small island community like no other place on earth. Known as the island of peace and serenity that holds great therapeutic powers, many people travel here for spiritual healing. With a similar climate to Kerala in India (the birthplace of Ayurveda), this fertile island is also a favourable place for an authentic Panchakarma. With the humidity, moist fresh air and the elevated location about 500 m above sea level, the region is regarded by Ayurvedic doctors as an ideal setting for detox and rejuvenation.
In addition, the Balinese people have their roots in Hinduism, Buddhism and animism, and it is therefore easy for them to adapt to the science of Ayurveda. They are also known for their innate sense of hospitality, kindness and professionalism. Life in Bali is different to the rest of the world and encourages us to learn to let go, respect and embrace new ways of living, thinking and believing.
Claude Chouinard, co-founder of Bali’s Oneworld Retreats and initiator of Oneworld Ayurveda, tells us that visitors coming to Bali value the island for its rare tranquility and distinct beauty. Chouinard, a Canadian expat entrepreneur for the past 16 years, and his team have developed an authentic Ayurvedic Panchakarma centre in the central hills of Ubud. After exploring Ayurveda for many years, a recent Panchakarma in Sri Lanka in 2015 proved to Chouinard the benefits of Ayurveda and Oneworld Ayurveda was born.