Bali is Indonesia’s main tourist destination, with a significant rise in tourism since the 1980s. Tourism-related business makes up 80% of its economy. It is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. The Indonesian International Film Festival is held every year in Bali. Other international events held in Bali include the Miss World 2013 and 2018 Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank Group. In March 2017, TripAdvisor named Bali as the world’s top destination in its Traveller’s Choice award.
Bali is part of the Coral Triangle, the area with the highest biodiversity of marine species especially fish and turtles. In this area alone, over 500 reef-building coral species can be found. For comparison, this is about seven times as many as in the entire Caribbean. Bali is the home of the Subak irrigation system, a UNESCOWorld Heritage Site. It is also home to a unified confederation of kingdoms composed of 10 traditional royal Balinese houses, each house ruling a specific geographic area. The confederation is the successor of the Bali Kingdom. The royal houses are not recognised by the government of Indonesia; however, they originated before Dutch colonisation. (Wikipedia).
Bali is located very near to the equator, this means its warm, tropical climate maintains and is a huge draw for tourists. The average year-round temperature settles at around 26-27°C with a humidity level of about 85-90%. Water temperatures are always perfect.
One of the great things about Bali is you can get a visa on arrival. This mean no messing around before your trip contacting embassy’s or private companies to help you with processing. This will allow you to stay for 30 days. If you wish to stay longer you can purchase a visa when you get to immigration and pay for 30 days, the difference here is that this visa allows you to extend to another 30 days. Please check your visa status from your country before travelling.
Next is the main arrivals hall, which this is where your diver will be waiting for you if you booked one. If you haven’t, just walk out of the main entrance and turn right. You’ll see lots of taxi drivers in colourful blue shirts. You’re looking for the official taxi office desk. Tell them your destination and pay the fixed fare.
Some Australian prescription medications (including strong painkillers such as morphine and codeine, sleeping pills and medications for ADHD) are considered illegal narcotics under Indonesian law. Other medications such as paracetamol, antidiarrheal and antibiotics won’t be a problem but if you’re at all concerned about your medication, check with the Indonesian embassy.
We provide a deeply experiential Tantra TTC
Our Tantra Teacher Training (Tantra TTC) is 70% practice and 30% theory, as we believe you should teach Tantra from your own experience in order to facilitate others.
You will learn from a Multidisciplinary Team
You will be learning from a team of extraordinary Tantra teachers with years of experience and with different approaches to Tantra. We offer a number of teachers, each of whom are experets in different aspects of Tantra, rather than use only a single teacher that specialises in one tradition.
We offer a Heart Based Tantra
We see Tantra as a Yin path of self-development, based on acceptance, love and devotion. Although other approaches to Tantra will be covered, this will be the main approach to our training.
We provide a proven teaching methodology and class structuring to our students
At Parimukti Tantra, we pride ourselves on providing a comprehensive teacher training experience. Unlike approaches that focus only on practice, we ensure our students also gain a strong understanding on how to structure a class and the theoretical background of the techniques taught, to enable graduates to teach Tantra to their own students.
We are an internationally recognised School of Self-realisation
Parimukti Tantra is a internationally recognised Tantra school that operates in Koh Phangan, Thailand throughout the year. Our team of senior teachers and instructors fully embrace Tantra and Yoga as a lifestyle and path of liberation
We provide an Intensive Tantra Training in a Fun and Relaxing Environment for you to Learn
We believe that life is for learning but also for celebrating, therefore in our Tantra Teacher Training Course we provide a fun, relaxing environment where learning and celebration go hand-in-hand.
We are a Tantra Community and Family
Samma Karuna is not just a Tantra school, but also a community of friends and family that practice a conscious lifestyle and take care of each other.
You will be Learning in a Beautiful Space with most of our Halls Located by the Beach
We have a beautiful campus of 7000m2 by the beach for our Tantra Teacher Training Course (Tantra TTC), with onsite accommodation and facilities for your convenience. Our campus and retreat center is located in Kabupaten Gianyar, the largest spiritual hub of South-East Asia and one of the most beautiful islands of Bali.
Our Tantra Teacher Training Course (TTTC) is not dogmatic
Allowing us to embrace and cover the seven most important Tantric traditions in a unique comprehensive program. The teaching methods used include both scientific and traditional Tantric knowledge.
We offer a free Tantra Teaching Internships to graduates
Our Tantra Teacher Training offers an optional free internship (extra 4 weeks) to teach Tantra at our school, for graduate students that would like to deepen their Tantra teaching skills.
About Parimukti Tantra
Parimukti is a sanskrit word which means the path to freedom through realisation of who we are. Using the teachings and practices of the yoga tradition, we go on an explorative journey to understanding the nature of our body, mind, and investigate the relationship between ourselves and others. Gaining clarity about our conditioned beliefs allows us to live in freedom and joy.