We’re back for another week-escape plan in Bali with Mestre Indio and Greenschool, Ubud. We have some ground updates on the volcanic activities of Mount Agung from Kyle, on-the-ground organizer, kindly refer to the posts below for more info. You are always welcome to communicate with any of us, if you have any questions or would like to have discussions of the on-goings in Bali.
There will be Capoeira Angola lessons and Essential Oil Workshops to savor. Get your tickets ready and we look forward to welcoming you here. 😉
Essential Oil workshop with Indio & Ana
24th-27th October 2017
Capoeira Angola Workshop with Mestre Indio
More details will be updated soon, stay tuned!
For place of stay, bookings will be available to rent over the week,
Just send a booking request to firstname.lastname@example.org
Mount Agung Live Updates
This is Kyle, the on-the-ground organizer in Bali. I am a Highschool Teacher at the Green School and have been living in Bali for the past 5 years. We are getting quite excited for our event and really hope that you will be able to join us, but are aware that there could be some concerns regarding your travel plans to the “Ring of Fire”. As we prepare for the workshops with Mestre Indio and his wife, we are considering all of the possible scenarios that could result if our, sacred island volcano, Mt Agung were to erupt. At Green School and at the local level, I have been involved with planning the procedures related to possible eruption. We are as informed and prepared as we can be given the unpredictable nature of a volcano. As you consider joining us here are some of the critical facts:
- Currently, according to volcanologist authorities, Mt. Agung’s activity Level 4 – Imminent. This is a strong indication that it will erupt, but is silly to try and predict when this will happen.
- We are in the safe zone and are in no danger of lava flow or projectile from the eruption.
- In the event of an eruption volcanic the ash could pose the biggest disruption, especially with regard to travel plans. The prevailing winds are blowing to the northwest away from the airport and our location.
I have tuned into a couple of real-time trusted sources of information here: https://magma.vsi.esdm.go.id
Here is a nicely summarized and interesting study of Mt. Agung. I found it to be more objectified than most of the media that is out there.
Lastly, here is a blog, from a longtime Ubudinan and friend of mine that is doing a good job of gathering info from a level headed perspective.
We hope this information is helpful during this historic time in Bali. Feel free to contact me with any questions: email@example.com
We are counting down the days until Mestre Indio arrives! Since my last update on Mount Agung there has been a slight increase the level of activity and within the last few days a water vapor plume has been observed. However there has been no ash and still it is silly to try and predict if and when the eruption will take place. As is the case here daily lives, we will proceed with our plans. I will have masks available if needed.
As you continue to make plans I want to give you some info and tips for staying in Bali:
- Green School at “The Lodge”. This is very simple living, but beautiful experience. There is a spring fed swim pool and will provide a quiet natural experience. Food options are very local, but there is a big local market and the lodge has a kitchen. Finally and most importantly it is walking distance to Green School. This is where Mestre Indio will be staying. I recommend staying here during the workshops. DO NOT TRY TO BOOK ONLINE. SEND INQUIRY TO firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking.
- Local House Rental. If there are enough interested people this can be arranged. Please email me directly at email@example.com
- Ubud is about 30 minutes from Green School and there are vast options that start at $5 / Day. Homestays are a simple and fun way of staying in Bali. Also Airbnb is quite popular. Nyuh Kuning is a great neighborhood to consider as it is walking distance to Ubud, yet easier access to Green School.
- Canggu is another popular place. It is located on the beach and is also about 30 minutes from Green School. Homestays and Airbnb are also available there.
Public transportation in Bali is unreliable and not widely available and Green School is in a remote location. I will help as best I can with my vehicle, but won’t be able to meet everyone needs. And though distances are short travel is slow. Please consider the following.
- Rent a motorbike. This is the most common way of getting around in Bali. This can be easily arranged for around $5 USD / Day.
- Rent a driver for a week. This is around $150 -200 / Week.
- Rent a car for a week. This starts at $15 / Day
- Taxi. A one way trip to Green School from Ubud or Canggu is about $10.
- Packing list: mostly light clothes (but some heavier pieces for the evening), rain jacket (we are starting the rain season), water bottle, hat, sun screen, bug repellant, flip flops, and one pair of sturdy shoes.
- Sensible practices:
- Wash hands frequently
- Do not drink or brush teeth with water from the tap
- Avoid street food or restaurants that appear unhygienic
- Sleep with mosquito net
Again, feel free to contact me with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disciplinary are generally highlighted through uniformity, the ‘seamless-ness’ of having a majority into having the same thoughts, the identical way of looking into an idea, and I’m sure you know how it works.
Within martial-arts system of today, these disciplinary train of thoughts are benchmark through ‘forms’ and ‘effectiveness’, measured thru grades of different phases, classifying identities – best to those who broadcast the best sense of perfection. It sounds like a great idea to me. This would allow a person to shape themselves into the perfection for effectiveness thru the forms exercised or performed. Let’s have a look at another perspective. Would you think self-discipline can also be exercise by allowing the practitioner to have a free train of thoughts, but shaped towards a common positive goal?
Capoeira Angola Encounters: Mestre Indio & Liz – Capoeira Angola meets Yoga, Pilates and Mysfacia Release.
Have you imagine how Capoeira Angola may benefit a person’s lifestyle?
It has the a journey of learning, almost similar to those of Pilates and Yoga. Shaping your body up, to achieve a positive strong mind and a healthy soul is part of the goal where everyone with the same interest work together to absorb the holistic approach of well-being or wellness.
Check out Liz (Ourbodyspace), a mysfacia release therapist, a yoga and Pilates instructor from KL, having a witty interest on the body of Mestre Indio (ACAD), a Capoeira Angola Master and an Angoleiro (a person who practises Capoeira Angola as a lifestyle) who had practise Capoeira Angola for more than 25 years around the world. And also how yoga and Pilates can help with the dynamic demands of Capoeira Angola.
Mestre Indio is back to give us a little bit of an excitement thru Capoeira Angola.
Come and join us for a month full of workshop travels, fitness, music, laughter and joy, movements, histories, cultures and philosophies with Mestre Indio. Guaranteed enjoyable and entertaining, with loads of sweats and joy.
We’ll be having Liz with us to share her experiences on Yoga and Pilates, and the idea on how it could benefit Capoeira or any extreme sports enthusiast. She will also be relating her knowledge of her studies in massage and body healing to the arts of Capoeira and how the ideas can be used to prevent injuries, extend stretches and reaches, postures correction, balance and strength, and many more possibilities.
Friday @ Hotel Nur (7.30pm – 10pm)
Saturday and Sunday: Pusat Belia Miri
Friday, Saturday and Sunday @ Greenschool, Ubud.
Friday: 7pm till late
Saturday: 9am till 7pm
Sunday: 9am till 7pm
Meadow Ballet Centre, Studio 2, 5-2 Jalan 2/76C, Desa Pandan, Kuala Lumpur 55100, Malaysia.
Shophouses next to G Village (Desa Pandan) shopping complex.
Friday: 7.30pm till late
Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am till 7.30pm
Call Azik @ 0166877785 for details.
We would also like to shout out our thanks to Kyle of Greenhouse, Bali and Rosinha for making this happen, the brothers of Warmonger Miri who share the real spirit of a fighter, an entrepreneur and a Sarawakian gentleman all-in-one, the amazing support of Meadow Ballet Centre – taken care by one of the most experienced Ballet dancer / instructor within Malaysia with the support of her amazing husband, Hotel Nur Miri for their supporting passion towards kids developments within the community and Liz of Ourbodyspace, a positive and strong inspirational figure for a way of life thru yoga, pilates, arts, massage, body healing and her Core Bodyworks (deep-tissue massage technique).
We will be writing more about them within a personal post for each of them to tell you more of what they do and how you may color your life with interesting personas. Stay tuned!
Currently holding up introduction classes in Heriot-Watt Putrajaya Malaysia weekly and is having private one-to-one Capoeira Angola classes or weekend group classes near KLCC or KL Area (Avenue K).
Kindly contact Azik @ 016-6877785 for more info. Come and try Capoeira Angola today!
Matnor, our beloved host is welcoming us to jogar and maybe enjoy some roda in a beautiful scenery down by Gunung Serapi, Kuching.
The event begins on 14th, 15th and 16th August 2015. Will pop the schedules for the introduction workshop here soon, stay tune!
Kindly contact Matnor at +6014 – 995 3522.
Fees would be only RM15 for 2 days, morning till late evening each day. T-shirts are for sale at RM30 per piece, limited pieces avaiable.
Bed n Breakfast available, kindly ask Matnor for more details. And we might have early classes beginning Tuesday, 11th August. 😉
See you soon! Vamos Vadiar
Hey guys, we’re having public classes in Miri City Fan, every Thursdays.
You can either find us at the Auditorium right in the centre of the park, or somewhere in front of the swimming pool.
Mail us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to find out the details.
Get Capoeira Fit today! 😉
As quoted in Curtin University’s ariticle: “After their tiring morning in the sun, the volunteers were treated to a delicious lunch at the Piasau Boat Club, including tuna sandwiches sponsored by Ayam Brand. Entertainment was provided by Cafobo – Capeoria Foundation Borneo as well as various student dance groups. They may have been tired, but the laughther and smiles that punctuated the conversation around the lunch tables made one certain that these volunteers were proud and happy to have made a difference in their community.”
Read the link provided to find out more!
Check out this beautiful game of M.Cobrinha and M.Indio in Bologna, Italy!
Make sure you won’t miss this chance to experience Capoeira in Penang, 5-7 June 2015 and Miri, 13-15 June 2015.
Kindly contact us for more details and info:
Luciana at email@example.com,
or Azik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CAFOBO is excited to welcome Mestre Indio Gallo and familia to Miri today.
Join us tomorrow at:
Saturday, 9.30am till 4pm: Indoor Stadium
Sunday, 9.30am till late: Beach Republic
Monday, 9.30am till late: Gua Longhouse Bakam
Performance and games:
Saturday: 4PM onwards Permaisuri Mall
Sunday: 4PM onwards Beach Republic
Monday: 4PM onwards Beach Esplanade / Taman Selera
CAFOBO Facebook Group: