Pranasanti means “graceful breath”

Pranasanti is founded on the traditional and uniquely Balinese philosophy of Tri Hita Karana, which translates as “three causes of well-being”. It refers to harmony among people, harmony with nature and the environment, and harmony with God. These three principles guide many aspects of Balinese life, from daily rituals to Balinese architecture, and is the core of Pranasanti’s ethos. 

Luh Manis

Born and raised in Bali, Manis is a trained “Jero” or Balinese priestess, who has responsibility in her local community to lead ceremonies.

On becoming a Jero, she found her sensitivity to energy heightened, so turned to yoga and mediation to balance it. She has since gained her 200 hour yoga teacher training from Shakti Mhi at Prana Yoga College.

She now practices and teaches hatha and prana yoga, and meditation, full-time.

“I believe God sends every person to this earth with a special hidden ability, and that it is our life purpose to find and make use of this gift. This is what gives our life meaning. It is my purpose share my views, knowledge and wisdom from Bali, to everyone I meet”

Luh Manis

Jero Ning – Tour Leader

Jero Ning was born in the North of Bali and has been interested in meditation from an early age. She has worked in Scandinavia, teaching private meditation, healing and shamanic wisdom. She returned to Bali to fulfil her calling to be a temple priestess. She now lives a simple life with her husband and children in Kintamani.

She will introduce to you her authentic teachings, wisdom and awareness and will guide you in a native nature meditation.

Wayan Netty – Yoga Teacher

Wayan Netty was born in Kintamani, Bali. She began practising yoga because she suffered badly from asthma, and her practise has led her back to full health. Her teachings are gentle, focusing on the power of breath. After one of her classes you will feel calm, and a sense of serenity.

Raldo – Yoga Teacher

Born and raised in Manado City, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, Raldo was introduced to Yoga in 2014 by working at a wellness center called Spa Village Resort Tembok in North Bali.

Raldo found yoga as a deep practice to appreciate and love his body. And so 2 years later, he spent 6 months in a yoga retreat center called Shanti Toya Ashram, where he completed his Yoga Teacher Training (300hr) with Gokul Yoga in January 2017 and then went for his seccond training (200hr) with Rishikesh Yoga Teacher Training Center India November 2018.

He became a resident teacher at a lovely local studio called Yoga Saraswati and Amandari Resort. He’s also teaching public classes and private classes for several resorts around Ubud such as Alaya Resort Jembawan, Warwick Ibah, Bisma Eight, and Gaia Retreat Center.