LINI is an incredible place where they focus on coral reef restoration in Indonesia. They work hard to establish a strong relationship between all people involved including the fishermen, local stakeholders, government and nearby communities.
I feel i've now been here long enough to really immerse myself among the culture & locals, settling in to this new world for a short time. Each day brings me new appreciation to this fascinating world we live in. Travelling helps me stay in that beginner's mind, where everything is fresh and appreciated. My heart has grown more and more open the longer I am here...
It all happened so fast and I remember opening my eyes and noticing that I was pinned underneath my scooter hovering over this sewage hole. I am so thankful that Tiffany, one of the girls in my group from Vancouver just happened to be walking up the hill at the exact moment and saw it all go down.
We all experience darkness. Just when you think everything is going wonderful, your circumstances fall away from underneath you and you're left wondering why life is so unfair.
Before stepping into the beautiful outdoor studio at Samadi, I was asked to write an intention for why I was here to do my yoga teacher training. Taking the time to sit in stillness and reflect on why we do things can really help to understand who we are and our next steps on the journey.
Renting surfboards and trying the surfing in Bali with some new yoga friends! Ocean and nature connection!