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Canang Sari Workshop

Every Sunday, July 2024

If you’re looking for a more meaningful experience with Balinese culture, this workshop takes you into the spiritual and sacred ritual of offerings. You’ll learn the history, significance and art of making Canang Sari, the beautiful offerings seen on temples, sidewalks, statues and just about everywhere in Bali. These beautiful little packets of flowers and sweets are not just for its beauty, it is also about understanding the spiritual significance of these offerings and the rhythms of daily life in Bali. 

Join us every Sunday afternoon at Lumeria for a chance to experience the true warmth of Balinese hospitality and gain a deeper appreciation for the culture

What To Expect:

*Discover the history, significance and spiritual meaning of canang sari in Balinese culture
*Make your own canang sari - all materials provided
*Learn how to pray and make your own sacred ritual
*After workshop, enjoy a complimentary fresh coconut in our open-air restaurant with rice-field views

Event Details:

Date: Every Sunday, July 2024

Time: 2 - 3:30pm

Location: Lumeria Yoga, Ubud Bali

Price: 250.000 IDR (event only)
450.000 IDR (event + detox spa combo from 11am-1pm)

Arrive early for optional detox spa access to Lumeria’s cold plunge, sauna and steam room.  Includes towels, lockers and showers. Complimentary herbal tea and drinking water provided.

Limited spots available.  Get your tickets early. 

Canang Making

Canang making is an integral part of Balinese culture, reflecting deep-rooted Hindu traditions and the island’s unique spiritual practices. These intricate offerings, crafted from palm leaves, flowers, and various natural elements, are created daily to honor the gods and maintain harmony between the spiritual and physical worlds. Each component of a canang carries symbolic significance, contributing to its role as a medium for expressing gratitude, prayers, and intentions. The practice of canang making is  a communal activity, fostering social bonds and preserving cultural heritage through generations.