With its long standing traditions of healing and culture that closely ties to nature, Bali becomes the perfect home for the growth of modern holistic wellbeing. Healthy licing, vegan food, yoga studios, and meditation are no stranger in this tiny island. And when you come to this tropical paradise for some underwater adventures, wellness retreat can be a great topside complement to your island gateway. Especially in place in Tulamben where the water is rich with life and the quiet village vibrates peacefulness and tranquility. Tulamben is one of main destination for diving in Bali and it’s surrounding is just perfect to have some zen.
Why Should I Do Yoga While Diving in Tulamben?
Yoga has proven its benefit again and again—not just for clearing up your mind from worldly worries, but also to health in general. The regulated breathing promoted in yoga trains you to relax through deep, slow and steady inhalation and exhalation, which is very important to diving. Learning a proper breathing techniques encourage the body to use maximum capacity of the lungs, enables you to absorb oxygen efficiently. When you are diving, you will need to inhale and exhale through the mouthpiece at a steady pace. It’s very important to keep the pace of your breathing and maintain your calm when you were submerge underwater. The number one motto in diving is “never hold your breathe”. Doing yoga before your diving session in Tulamben could help you a lot with the breathing.
Do Yoga Every Morning Before the Tulamben Diving
Wake up early in the morning. Walk outside your bedroom while the redness of the sun bathes the walls and the surrounding. Absorb the moment. It’s time to spread your yoga mat, start your poses, and immerse in the quietness of the morning.
At One with the Ocean with Yoga
Yoga is more than doing “correct” poses, especially when you do it with intention of improving your scuba diving experience. Through concentration and controlled breathing, yoga allows us to have a deeper connection with the sea. Practicing yoga helps us to understand that we are made from 75% water, and this we too, are like the ocean. With regular breathing and focuses mind, you can be able to bring yoga to the sea and feel blending in with the water, allowing tensions in muscles and mind to go. The result? A clear mind and easier movements during the dives.
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Try Balinese Cooking Class After the Diving
Part of wellness retreat is being mindful of what you eat, and this is especially important on diving holiday! Divers tend to need more proteins and low-fat products in order to maintain their prime conditions for the dives. Join some Balinese cooking class after your Tulamben diving session has ended. Bali is the heaven of healthy foods! They also have lots of vegetarian dishes which goes with their spirituality—which are absolutely a must try if it aligns with your diet. Pack up healthy carbs with local veggies, fruits, and proteins from fishes, eggs, or lean meat to bring extra stamina for the dive.