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How To Be a Green School Mentor – Harriet Burrows

Green School is a place of giving and receiving. One of the most rewarding opportunities for adults to give back is to help mentor students. Come and learn about opportunities to mentor at the school from Greenstones to Quest and hear about this enriching part of the school culture. We will also discuss what is […]

Regenerative Lifestyle? Lets Get Started – Pauline O’Brien

Have just landed in Bali and want some help creating your sustainable plan. This workshop will touch on sustainable shopping, waste management, workshops on healthy household swaps, basic fermentation, and the seven Principals of health to get you started on a good path. Pauline O'Brien - Based in Bali Indonesia, Pauline’s life mission is to […]

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Green Stone Sharing Session – Come and Support our Grade 12 Students

As our graduates enter their final year we come together as a community to support the preparation for their Green Stone presentations in June. The Bridge is hosting multiple meetings, and in each of them, 4 students will share their path, and their challenges, and we will have the opportunity to offer them guidance, suggestions, […]

Bahasa Indonesia Lesson

The Bridge is thrilled to announce the Bahasa Indonesia class for our Green School Community. After our brainstorming session, a lot of you have expressed your interest in learning the language and here we are! We believe that language is a magical thread that brings us closer and deeper into our community. So we invite […]

Faces of Green School – Alex Fernandez-Cruz Soldevila

Watch the intimate discussion and Q&A as we speak with members of our community on their journey to Bali and their experience since arriving. We will remove the formality and hold a “fireside” chat with Alex Fernandez-Cruz Soldevila led by longtime parent and community member, Walker Zabriskie. Come grab a cup of your favorite beverage […]

Green Stone Sharing Session – Come and Support our Grade 12 Students

As our graduates enter their final semester we come together as a community to support the preparation for their Green Stone presentations in June. The Bridge is hosting multiple meetings, and in each of them, 4 students will share their path, and their challenges, and we will have the opportunity to offer them guidance, suggestions, […]

Launching a Business In Indonesia – Tracy Wilkinson, Terje Nilsen, & Cath

Launching a business in Indonesia has been a mystery and challenge for decades. Over the past few years, however, a handful of leading organizations have brought clear structure and path to support foreigners in launching a business. Join us to get an overview and then deep-dive discussions with these leaders for you to walk away […]

Green Stone Sharing Session – Come and Support our Grade 12 Students

As our graduates enter their final year we come together as a community to support the preparation for their Green Stone presentations in June. The Bridge is hosting multiple meetings, and in each of them, 4 students will share their path, and their challenges, and we will have the opportunity to offer them guidance, suggestions, […]

Living with Snakes in Bali – Ron Lilley

Bali’s ‘Snake Whisperer’ Ron Lilley will give an illustrated talk about living with snakes in Bali and will include dealing with a snake phobia, why snakes come into our houses, what we can do to keep them out, reacting positively if we see a snake and snakebite first aid and treatment here in Bali. Born […]

Green Stone Sharing Session – Come and Support our Grade 12 Students

As our graduates enter their final year we come together as a community to support the preparation for their Green Stone presentations in June. The Bridge is hosting multiple meetings, and in each of them, 4 students will share their path, and their challenges, and we will have the opportunity to offer them guidance, suggestions, […]

PechaKucha Night – Celebrating people, passion, and creative thought

We are very happy to announce the first PechaKucha night Bali at The Bridge @ Green School. We love to get together as a community and celebrate so many amazing talents we have here at Green School and beyond. The PechaKucha 20x20 presentation format is a slide show of 20 images, each auto-advancing after 20 […]

How Breathing Changes Thinking And Being – Nathalie Dereau & the Breathwork Bali Team

A scientific approach to understand the impacts that changing breathing has on the nervous system, blood chemistry, digestion, thought patterns, and perception... Because the way we breathe is the way we live! Join Nathalie Dereau and the Breathwork Bali team for sharing information and practicing a powerful breathwork technique. . . Nathalie Dereau is a […]

Music Together Workshop – Silvia Leon

Musical Education for Babies, Children, and Parents. Activities for parents with a musical spirit who together with their little ones wish to carry out joint activities through rhythm, percussion, body movement, and the senses. The sessions take place in small groups according to the age of parents with their children from 6 months to 5 […]

Wilderness First Responder

Globally recognized emergency medicine and wilderness rescue course. Comprehensive training and hands-on practice in the management of illness and injury in remote, backcountry, and disaster settings. 70 hours over 8 days. The definitive wilderness course in medical training, leadership, and critical thinking for outdoor, low-resource, and remote professionals and leaders ​The Wilderness First Responder program […]

Sharing Circle – Parent Relationships – Aaron Binning

This workshop will give participants a first-hand experience of being in a safe space to have a guided discussion with peers about life experiences that might usually be challenging or uncomfortable to talk about. This workshop is for parents who are interested in exploring their own parental relationships and how that might be passed on […]

Trauma Informed Care: Why It Matters – Arleen & Mark Tyndall

Drug use is pervasive in our society. Instead of acknowledging the root causes of drug use, we have shamed and criminalized the people who use drugs. While drug dependency may seem like an extreme example of coping with trauma, we can learn from this as parents to improve our own family connections. Dr. Mark Tyndall […]

At Peace with Men Workshop – Siranus Sven von Staden

10,000 years of patriarchy in which women were oppressed. She was broken in her feelings, felt worthless, powerless, and not seen. What remains is the wound in the woman. The deep wound. It is time for that hurt - your hurt - to be healed. This is what we are doing. With many insights, powerful […]

How can we stop plastic waste entering our body? – Noryawati Mulyono – The Green Leadership Series

We stop plastic waste entering our body from its root cause: single-use plastic, as single or multilayer packaging. We replace those plastics by manufacturing seaweed-based bio packaging, which is truly biodegradable and plastic-free. Microplastic in our bodies is uncontrollable if we do not stop using plastic for single use. Noryawati Mulyono -  was born in […]

Come Dance With Me – Modern and Contemporary Dance Workshop – Merle Handke

Contemporary Dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical, and classic ballet. Contemporary dance connects the body with the mind and arts with sports. With fluid dance moves, floor work turns, and jumps it's a full-body workout to music. Everyone is welcome to this open-level […]

Celebrating The Super You – Will Travis

Are you creative, an organizer, a leader, or a people person? This coming holiday period, be prepared to reflect and celebrate how each of us is different through an awesome set of simple tools, that appreciate, celebrate, and even elevate those you love and those you have to love as families come back together. Join […]