The Sadhana of Sacred Sounds and Silence

March 4-11, 2019

Bali, Indonesia

The Sadhana of Sacred Sounds and Silence

Bali, Indonesia, March 4-11, 2019

Have you ever wished to be supportive in a sacred space to dive deep within the subtle energies with sound and silence? 

 “All the answers are within, are the famous wise words of Buddha. Now is your time to listen to this inner calling and release suppressed and stuck energy through sound and intention to reclaim your inner power


Imagine your classroom alongside the sea of lush green rice fields. Wake up with the sun in a quiet village away from the center of Ubud. Start each day in a conscious, focused and mindful way with daily Sadhana (spiritual practice), including meditation, mantras, asana, pranayama, ceremony, and song.

Our retreat is about cultivating mindfulness, through subtle practices and the ability to listen. We are called Human BEings yet it sometimes feels the name would be better reworded as human DOing.

Learn how to simply BE without having to DO anything. Still the mind as you watch your thoughts, listen to the sounds and become a witness to life happening.

The Retreat Offers

sound healing sadhana retreat Bali, 2019


  • This retreat helps to ignite an interwoven tapestry of awareness adopted from various yogic and shamanic practices that contribute to the rising of our vibrations.
  • Release stuck emotions in the body through voice; give yourself permission to speak or sound and be heard.
  • Sadhana practices include chanting, singing, toning, meditation, pranayama, asana, Emotional Freedom Technique, Yoga Nidra, Sound healing to improve and laughter yoga.
  • Align into balance as you reset an inner button of renewal and harmony.

What you will receive

  • This is a retreat of renewal and rejuvenation through the ancient sadhana practices of sound and silence. Awaken your awareness of the healing power of sound.
  • Deep awareness through mindfulness practices
  • A freedom of voice and emotions
  • Fine tune your subtle energy listening
  • Inspiration
  • Concentration, focus and fun

Who is this retreat for?

Who is this retreat for?
* Anyone who has the interest to expand awareness
*Those interested in using your voice for personal transformation
*Seekers of inner peace through meditation and sound exploration
*Students who wish to cultivate peace of mind and joy of heart. 
*Anyone who wishes to make inner changes
*Those who wish to reclaim inner energy and invoke vitality


Daily Schedule

7:00-10:00 Morning sadhana: meditation, mantras, breathing and asana

10:00 Brunch

11:00 Practical exercises or excursion every second day

1:00 Rest and relax. One day will be an excursion to shop in Ubud

4:00 Afternoon sound or movement practices every second day

6:30 Dinner: various vegetarian, local and international food

8:00 Three nights of the retreat events include Yoga Nidra, mantra and meditation.


Your Facilitators

Sound Healing retreat Bali 2019

Sequoia Henning and Mao Uemura

Teaching together for over a decade. This retreat will also be translated into Japanese.

Venue and Accommodations

Balinese ceremony
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What is included

  • Return airport transfer
  • 2 vegetarian meals daily
  • Two excursions: to the ocean and  local water temple
  • A choice of use of two swimming pools (one is salt water)
  • Complimentary massage
  • Water temple ceremony
  • Airport transfer
  • One complimentary transportation to Ubud
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Unlimited drinking water 2 bottles in room and refilling use
  • The use of yoga mats, bolsters and straps

What is not included

  • Flight
  • Visa
  • Tips for the staff
  • Laundry
  • Additional snacks and beverages
  • Additional excursions and spa treatments

Accommodation and Costs

Early Bird ends Jan 4, 2019 

Payment options
STD Single or Double
Payment options

Every room includes

Hot shower
Mosquito net
Unlimited drinking water: 2 bottles in room and refilling use
A choice of two swimming pools
Free Wi-Fi

Read more about our Terms and conditions.

A Suggested What to Bring List


  • Light sweater, wrap, sarong or meditation shawl
  • Light rain jacket or windbreaker
  • Sturdy walking shoes
  • Slippers
  • Light cotton pants or crops
  • Shorts (and skirts)
  • Shirts (with long and short sleeves) and tank tops
  • Swimsuit
  • Socks
  • One set of touring clothes (khaki pants or a long skirt)

Other Items

  • Small day pack
  • Yoga mat
  • Flashlight
  • Padlock
  • Cotton travel money belt
  • Quick drying travel towel
  • Journal and pens
  • Camera and charger
  • Audio recorder
  • Universal plug adapter

Yes, I would love to join

Complete the registration form by clicking on the link below

About Bali

Bali is just one of the many small islands of Indonesia, but without a doubt, it is one of the most famous. Bali is frequently referred to as “The Paradise Island” because of its reputation in the world as a tropical paradise of untold beauties of nature, hosting a peaceful feeling and never-ending beauty. The island is also known as the island of the “Gods” because worship colors every facet of life among the Hindu Balinese in their daily activities. The whole of Indonesia is Muslim, Bali being the only Hindu island.

The local people are soft in nature, happy to help and very kind. From my personal experience, I feel it’s a safe country and very spiritual, which of course supports the practice of Yoga. Even though I say it’s safe, theft can occur and we recommend being mindful with your belongings in the bigger centres like Ubud and Denpasar, the capital you will be flying into.

Bali occupies an area of only 6,000 square kilometers. The longest distance is about 140 kilometers. Bali is located just off the eastern tip of Java, separated by the narrow Bali straights. The island lays eight degrees south of the equator. So expect some humidity. Our venue,  Bhanuswari, is located about one hour north of the airport, which is 20 minutes from Ubud seen in purple on the map. Ubud has a bit of everything from great healers, shops and delicious vegetarian restaurants.


Frequently Asked Questions about Our Trainings

Do I need travel insurance?

We highly recommend having it just in case but it is not mandatory.

What do I need to know about my updated Passport

Your passport must be valid for a period of 60 days beyond the validity of your requested Indonesian visa.

Do I need a Visa?

You can receive a visa on arrival valid for one month, unless you pay in the airport for 2 months, but this cannot be renewed while in the country. Check with your local Indonesian Embassy for more details.

Do I need to get any Vaccinations?

This is a personal choice, as there are sometimes out breaks of dengue fever, which you cannot get a vaccine for.

What is the Weather like in April?

The weather in Bali is hot and humid, with occasional rain showers.

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