April 5, 2017
Villa Tirta Indah is a very nice place to stay in Bali.
Awakening from a long restful sleep with a cheek pressed against the fine linens, a warm breeze moves in through the French-Balinese doors of the bedroom. Only footsteps from the King sized bed is a patio, which opens into the courtyard. Above the elegant tea table and chairs is a new trellis, which casts a gentle shade in the brilliant morning sun.
Visit Villa Tirta Indah in Bali. Enjoy the recent renovations. Always making your visit more comfortable, we are happy to pamper you!
January 14, 2017
Gratitude enriches our lives. Temple birthdays are an important way to remember each temple’s creation. Here is our temple at Villa Tirta Indah.
Villa Tirta Indah birthday temple
At the villa we gather together to share in honoring our household dieties. Every year, we make Temple Birthday offerings to honor the deities that rule over our personal villa temple, by giving them a ceremony.
Bali villa tirta indah temple ceremony
We invite you to join our Villa in pleasing the household dieties to encourage them down from their abode on Mount Agung to partake in the activities at our villa.
Balinese ceremony for Villa Tirta Indah temple birthday
November 23, 2016
In Bali, a birth, death, wedding, Temple, coming-of-age and holiday are each reasons to celebrate. Nearly every day there is something happening which is commemorated in unique Balinese style with delicious food, exceptional clothing, song, dance and other noteworthy cultural traditions.
This past week, in the small village near Ubud of Tampaksiring was this Ngiring ceremony. Notice the proud adornments, food and smiling faces. These are all a piece of the magic Bali offers to its people, as well as visitors. Explore the magic of Bali at our Villa. We are here to welcome you.
April 23, 2016
Yoga is an Eastern practice that has become widely Westernized. Commonly associated with the practice of asanas, or poses, it is in actuality a much more complex practice. The word “yoga” comes from the Sanskrit root yuj, which means “to join” or “to yoke”. This means a true yogi will adopt a complete lifestyle which joins the entire 8 limbs of yoga teachings into a daily practice.
If you are someone who has developed a liking to the practice of routine visits to a local yoga studio, then you have probably noticed at least some of the healthy benefits this practice can bring. Perhaps you want to take it further? (more…)