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Satyagraha Ashram

Yoga for children and adult. Satyagraha Ashram, a non profit institution provides: Yoga for: Children: Sunday 1 pm – 2 pm, Adult: Daily. Weds, Friday 8am – 9:30am. Tues, Thurs, Friday: 5 pm – 6 pm. Sat: 4 pm – 5:30 pm, Teacher: By appointment. Herbal Class: By appointment. Jl. Nyuh Kuning, behind Pura Puseh, Ubud. Ph. 971 699. http://www.satyagrahabali.org.

Senior Natural Healing Group

Are you interested to meet one time a month in Nusa Dua – Jimbaran to share your knowledge in Natural Healing? Please call: 0823 4247 5847.

Seed Hope Children’s Home

Seed Hope Children’s Home is a home for poor children, often from broken families who need help in their education and daily life, to give them a better future. Now there are 110 children in our care. Are you willing to help them ? Please contact Rev. Made Tommy (0361) 422 677. Thank you for your support and for your love to the children.


SENI Advocates HIV/AIDS to reduce stigma and discrimination. SENI is a self funded independent network. SENI works together with civil society to advocate HIV/AIDS awarness by using art as a language of exchange. “People with correct information are empowered to make their own choices.” For further information please contact : GloballyAware@pacific.net.au and 081 7976 7333 (Nicholas).

Sumatran Orangutan Society

The Sumatran Orangutan Society are concerned with the rapidly declining habitat in Sumatra. Experts predict orangutans will be extinct in 5 -10 years. Please look at the website for further information www.orangutans-sos.org or contact us for volunteer opportunities. Email: info@orangutans-sos.org.

Sunrise Organic Market

Fresh vegetables, dried goods, milk, natural medicine, etc. Jl. Merta Sari, Banjar Pengubengan Kauh, Kerobokan. Everyday at 8am – 4pm. For more information call Dayu 735 824.

The Bali Children’s Project

The Bali Children’s Project is a 501(c) 3 tax-exempt non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of underprivileged Balinese children through education. While we are asking for your material donations, we are also asking for your skills, time, and resources. Many people in the expat community have skills like teaching, organizing, and fundraising, which they could use to help us continue growing the BCP. If you do have donations you would like to make, we can make use of those, too. We need laptops and other education supplies like Montessori-based teaching matter, art supplies, simply-illustrated children’s books, light sports equipment (like jump-ropes and deflated balls), dry-erase pens & erasers, Legos, and clear contact paper. We thank you for your support and hope to be hearing from you. If you have any questions about making a tax-deductible donation. Please contact us at <balichildrenvolunteers@gmail.com>. You can also check us out on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/BaliChildrensProject, at our website http://balichildrensproject.org/, and on Twitter https://twitter.com/BaliChildrensPr. Thank you again! Your support is indispensable to our kids! Contact: Joyce Scott email: balichildrenvolunteers@gmail.com.

The Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints

Activities in Indonesian, English and Mandarin language. Sunday at 9:30am-11:30am. Please come join with us, Kuta Central Park Ruko Kuta Galeria tm.1 no. 5, 08311828700, 0815 570 5528 email: ldsbali@gmailcom.

The Indonesian Nature Foundation (LINI)

The Indonesian Nature Foundation (LINI) mission is to support the conservation and management of coastal marine resources throughout Indonesia, and particularly in Bali. Through community led consultation, education and skills training we deploy, monitor and evaluate artificial reef structures and campaign on environmental resource management issues. Webpage: lini.or.id. Contact Gayatri 8427168 / info@lini.or.id.

Touch Rugby

Tuesdays 5-6.30pm Bali International School. For further info <www.balirugby.com> or info@balirugby.com.

Toastmasters Club

A Toastmasters Club is a “learn-by-doing” workshop where you can hone your public-speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, friendly atmosphere. Bali Toastmasters (Sanur) meet every 2nd & 4th Thursdays, contact: Novie 0812 3612 5525. Magical-Bali Toastmasters (Sanur) meet every 1st & 3rd Fridays, contact: Natali 081 7923 7728. Ubud Asyik Toastmasters meet every 1st & 3rd Saturdays, contact: Yeni 085 792 334 500. www.toastmasters.org.

Ubud Organic Farmers Market

Organic, natural & healthy – home grown & home made – lots of fresh organic veggies, healthy skin care, incense, mosquito & bug spray, jamu kunyit, healing plants, specialty breads & desserts, organic rice & tofu, dried fruits, wheat grass juice, healthy food books, organic free range eggs, organic vegetable seeds, cacoa, vinegar, sea salt, soy milk, tortillas, coffee, teas, honey & so much more – it’s a great place to meet friends, great karma, great support of local committed independent small farmers & businesses. Every Saturday 9:30 – 2 at Pizza Bagus in Pengosekan.

Ubud Tournament Scrabble Club

We meet in Ubud 2x per week to play competitive scrabble. Looking for like minded players who know the 2 and 3 letter words as well as the Z, X, Q and J words. Don’t be intimidated… we are also nice people! If you’re interested, please SMS either Barbara 0821 4421 6670 or John 0813 3868 5769. We are looking for semi-permanent ex-pats.

Vipassana Meditation

Vipassana Meditation, as taught by S.N. Goenka, one hour group sitting, every Wednesday held at Villa Serenity in Canggu, time 18:30 (6:30 pm) sharp. www.dhamma.org. (Watch for upcoming Bali courses, click on Indonesia). May all beings be happy.

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