Sacred Balinese Offerings Workshop in Ubud
For hundreds of years, Balinese families have passed down the ritual of daily offerings, called canang, from mother to daughter. Each day, the women create these small, hand-woven coconut-leaf baskets. The baskets contain the flower, fruit, rice and food offerings for the Hindu Deities that the women pray to each day. The baskets can be rather simple to construct, or can involve a delicate, creative touch- there are many forms that canang can take. The offerings are inseparable from prayer in Hindu belief, as the purpose of the offering is to sustain and patronize the Gods- who are then more likely to respond to one’s prayers.
The price includes:
- free transport to and from Ubud
- welcome drink
- homemade Balinese traditional cake
**Please note the following offer:
Other workshops are available at the same venue; for any guest doing 2 different workshops in one day (morning class and afternoon class), a complimentary Balinese-style lunch from the organic kitchen will be provided; A sample lunch: a main entree of chicken curry with vegetable and rice, a fruit salad dessert and a drink (coffee, tea or water). Special diet needs can be accommodated. Read more from booking link!
+62 (0) 818-356 387
Ubud, Gianyar, Bali