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Bloo Calendar of Events 2015

Date Events
January 21st Silayukti Temple Ceremony Celebration
Pura Silayukti, where Empu Kuturan - who introduced the caste system to Bali in the 11th century - is said to have lived, lies at the north end of Padangbai and during its "odalan" or birthday, people come from all over Bali to pray. The main street remains closed to vehicles as processions of beautifully dressed Balinese come to pledge their offerings. Wearing the appropriate temple clothes visitors are welcome to experience this traditional celebration and enjoy the dramatic views from the temple's cave.
February 14th VALENTINE'S DAY
A tradition at Bloo Lagoon, a candlelight 3 course dinner, fantastic sea view, friendly service and relaxed atmosphere.
Enjoy our Feeling Romantic Package.
February 19th CHINESE NEW YEAR
Join us to celebrate the Year of the Horse with a Chinese inspired dinner at our Warung.
222 Package and Family Getaway Package are available.
March 5th-15th Yoga teacher training with Claudine Lafond Yoga Beyond
March 18th-22th Hoop Yogini with Jocelyn Gordon
March 21st NYEPI DAY
The Hindu Day of Silence or the Hindu New Year in the Balinese Saka calendar. The largest celebrations are held in Bali as well as in Balinese Hindu communities around Indonesia. On New Year's Eve the villages are cleaned, food is cooked for 2 days and in the evening as much noise is made as possible to scare away the devils. On the following day, Hindus do not leave their homes, cook or engage in any activity. Streets are deserted, and tourists are not allowed to leave hotel complexes. No arrival nor departure flights at Ngurah Rai Airport.
In accordance with local regulations, all visitors must remain within the property's premises during Nyepi, from midnight of one day before to early morning on the next day. Check-in and check-out will not be possible. Only essential lights may be used in the villas while the Balinese will have no light for all night. Everything stops for a day, the day of total peace and quiet.
Our temple "odalan" or anniversary will be held on the full moon according to Balinese tradition. Offerings and blessings will be followed by a "megibung" or communal meal, a custom of the Karangasem regency. Our guests are welcome to join in on the celebrations, which require full Balinese "adat" dressing. Our staff will gladly assist.
June 1st-10th Yoga teacher training with Claudine Lafond Yoga Beyond
June 14th-30th Yoga teacher training with Dashama Gordon, Pranashama Yoga Institute
July 15th GALUNGAN
One of Bali's major festivals, celebrates the return of Balinese gods and deified ancestors to Bali. For ten days, Balinese families will entertain and welcome with prayers and offerings, along with ceremonies to cleanse and balance the inner and outer energy on the island. Galungan lasts for 10 days and features, among other things, barongs dancing from temple to temple in each village. The festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil. The origins of Galungan are still a mystery, but essentially this is the beginning of the week in which the gods and ancestors descend to earth…and good triumphs over evil.
July 25th KUNINGAN
This festival is held ten days after the Galungan Festival. On this day, special offerings made of yellow rice and special dishes are offered, while every family compound and temple looks amazing with ornaments. Believed to be the day when ancestral holy spirits and Deities ascend back to heaven.
August 10th-17th Love, Light and Happiness Yoga with Zoe Trenwith SBC Yoga



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