Christian Stan, at 17 Sep. 15, in Heaven On Earth, News

Full MoonYoga has come to Bali in a dramatically beautiful location, offering the unique experience of performing Moon Salutations on a wooden platform at the river’s edge surrounded by ricefields and the lush Sayan Valley forest.


Perched on the banks of the sacred Ayung River at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, the new Dharma Shanti River Terrace provides a breathtaking open-air venue to extend upon the Resort’s uplifting wellbeing and yoga programs, with dynamic new classes. A highlight of this is the Full Moon Purnama Yoga, a first for Bali in a spectacular river-edge setting, under the glow of the full moon and twinkling stars.


Moon Salutations are believed to cool-down fiery impulses and “hot” emotions, allowing creative energy to flow. The first Full Moon Yoga was on August 29, 2015, and the program continues at 7:30 pm on each full moon: September 28, October 27, November 26, and December 25, when it coincides with Christmas Day. Sessions are complimentary for in-house guests of Four Seasons Resorts Bali, while non-resident guests are welcome at a rate of IDR 300,000 per person.


four seasons resort bali at sayan 2

In addition to the Resort’s weekly wellbeing program, it also offers an exclusive series of international yoga masters-in-residence, with the next “yoga masters to the stars” featuring Summer Dien (September 14-20, October 5-10 and October 12-17, 2015) and Faye Riches (November 9-21, 2015). The visiting masters bring their own individual styles for guests to further develop their own practice, complementing the Resort’s own classes.

Comments and reviews

Leave a Comment

We suggest you sign up and log in so you can read and write reviews