28 Best Yoga Retreats Bali: Where To Find Daily Yoga Classes To Up Your Fitness Game

If you’re looking for yoga retreats, Bali won’t disappoint. There’s a yoga retreat on this island for everyone and you can even combine your yoga with a fitness retreat or meditation retreat (or a number of other options) to get the most value for your money.

We’ve been out looking at all the retreats in Bali and we’ve come up with 28 excellent places to suit all budgets and all needs, for you to enjoy yoga classes and more here in Bali. Check them out.

Why Do A Yoga Retreat In Bali?

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Bali is one of the world’s most popular destinations for yoga. Everyone from the advanced practitioner to the absolute beginner can benefit from a yoga experience in Bali.

This predominantly Hindu (with a touch of Buddhism) island has the ideal culture for those seeking healthy activities who want to dive into a yoga retreat.

In particular, Ubud, the cultural and spiritual heart of the nation has long appealed to foreign visitors for yoga thanks to its blend of ancient temples, rich culture, and natural beauty.

Practicing yoga has never been as appealing as it is when you practice on a paradise island in the Indian Ocean.

There are some other great reasons to join a yoga retreat in Bali too including:

The Weather Is Awesome

Sunset on beautiful Crystal Bay, Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia

It’s hot and sunny nearly all year round in Bali. Sure, there’s a rainy season but it rarely rains for a whole day. In fact, on average, during the wet season, you will see 8 hours of sunlight each day!

Meditation sessions and yoga sessions outdoors are always better when it’s not raining on you.

Bali Has An Amazing Culture And Natural Beauty

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The island is covered in ancient temples all dedicated to Hindu and Buddhist practices.

There are stunning vistas overlooking rice paddies and rainforests which are ideal for helping you find inner peace as you work on your yoga.

They don’t call Bali, “the island of Gods”, for nothing.

And if you’re not into greenery, then you can hit the beach towns and learn yoga (or even yoga and surfing which is very popular at many surf retreats because yoga helps surfers become more flexible) by the ocean.

Balinese Food Rocks

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Indonesian food is excellent and Balinese food is a cut above that and, in particular, the vegetarian and vegan options in Bali are far greater than elsewhere in this country.

If you want healthy meals, you’ve got them. Heck, you can even find that a retreat offers cooking classes as well as yoga and daily meditation lessons.

The Overall Cost Of Yoga Retreats, Bali

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Learning yoga in Bali is also incredible value for money.

You can find budget-friendly resorts that offer short courses for very little money and the most luxurious resorts on the planet offering amazing yoga retreats with every possible facility.

What’s The Best Time To Go On A Bali Yoga Retreat?

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There is no bad time to go on a yoga retreat in Bali but we’d say that you might prefer coming during the dry season (that’s April to October).

This is because it’s slightly cooler onshore with a pleasant breeze on most of the island. It’s also a bit less humid than it is in the wet season.

That makes daily life just a bit easier, but to be fair, you can carry out daily yoga routines easily at any time of year in Bali and many people do.

What Kind Of Accomodation Is Available At Yoga Retreats In Bali?

It very much depends on the retreat. Some offer amazing 5-star living in places like Fivelements, for example.

Others, have no accomodation at all and expect you to arrange your own near the resort.

Some people will stay in homestays in a private room, others in hotels or villas, and some will opt to rent an apartment on Airbnb.

It’s completely up to you as to the level of accomodation you opt for at a yoga retreat in Bali.

If you have a budget in mind, you can always discuss your options with our friends at Bali Res Centre.

Our 28 Best Yoga Retreats In Bali

Loka Yoga School, Canggu

With over 40 years of experience in delivering retreats and yoga teacher training services, this is one of the best places to improve your yoga in Bali.

Every student is welcome to attend here from the absolute beginner to the fully experienced practitioner seeking to work on a very specific skill set.

One thing we really like about this retreat is that they’ve opted to blend the spiritual side of yoga with the scientific and their practices are backed up with hard science.

They also do some awesome activities such as visits to watch dolphins, waterfall treks, etc.

Prices are not the cheapest, but nor are they the most expensive. Their packages start from about $1,250 and include accomodation.

Where Is It? Bali Harmony Retreat, Jl. Babadan No.5, Pererenan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia

The Yoga Barn, Ubud

The Yoga Barn offers 1-3 day retreats in their holistic community centre based in the centre of Ubud.

Each day incorporates two classes to work on your yoga, as well as a meditation class, in addition, they offer a spa treatment and holistic healing.

So, if you want to detox, cleanse and restore while exploring some blooming lotus yoga, then you’re definitely in the right place to do so.

If you opt for the 3-day retreats, you can also enjoy their water therapy sessions and more!

The retreats aren’t that expensive and a single day is just 1,100,000 IDR and the 3-day package is under 10,000,000 IDR. However, there’s no accomodation included in the price.

Where Is It? F7M8+PVG, Jl. Sukma Kesuma, Peliatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Oneworld Retreats, Ubud

Oneworld Retreats is a centre that focuses on Ayurvedic practices and you can expect to spend several days here with the typical retreat for yoga lasting a full week.

Prices vary a lot here depending on the package that you want to choose (there are so many different activities that it’s impossible to gauge even roughly how much you might pay until you build your package).

They have some really awesome extras like their Balinese fire ceremony that are worth paying for, mind you.

We like their wellness programmes and the fact that you can do anything from cooking classes to Tai Chi.

This is the kind of retreat that leaves you feeling inspired and ready to tackle anything life throws at you, not just yoga.

Where Is It? Jl. Suweta Br. Sakti, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Udara Bali, Seseh

Udara Bali has a great reputation for its yoga and many say that it’s one of the best resorts for yoga anywhere in Indonesia and possibly the world.

Their retreat is an all-inclusive deal where you get access to everything the resort has to offer for a fully inclusive price.

However, it’s not the cheapest place and prices start at $276 (USD) per night for a single person. The longer you stay, the cheaper your yoga becomes, of course.

Their onsite restaurant the Organic Ocean serves some absolutely fantastic healthy meals throughout your stay and everyone gets a massage daily too!

Where Is It? Jl. Pura Kramat Jl. Pantai Seseh, Cemagi, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia


Mana Eco Retreat (Lombok)

OK, technically, this retreat actually isn’t in Bali, it’s in Southern Lombok but given that’s a short boat trip away, it’s worth including in our list.

This is the ideal yoga resort for somebody seeking a fully eco-conscious break from the stresses of everyday life.

Their packages run from 3 to 6 nights and are very reasonably priced starting at just 4,200,000 IDR.

The focus here is on Ashtanga Yoga and between classes they offer surfing lessons which may appeal to the more athletic participants.

The food at this resort is all vegan and vegetarian and designed to make you feel great at all times.

Where Is It? Jalan Baturiti, Kuta, Pujut, Kuta, Kec. Pujut, Kabupaten Lombok Tengah, Nusa Tenggara Bar. 83573, Indonesia

Fivelements, Total Rejuvenation Retreat, Ubud

If you want to connect to your spiritual, emotional and physical health through the medium of yoga and Balinese healing therapy, you are going to love Fivelements.

This spiritual sanctuary in Ubud is an incredible place where they will nourish your body with the finest raw foods (everything they serve is Instagrammable).

Where you find balance in your life through sessions with local healers each steeped in rich tradition and lore.

And where you promote your own wellbeing through yoga and meditation on the banks of the Ayung River.

One thing though, this is a very, very swanky resort and the prices start from $5,000 USD up for an 8-day event. This does include accomodation.

Where Is It? Mambal, Abiansemal, Badung Regency, Bali 80352, Indonesia

Desa Seni Private Yoga Resort, Canggu

Desa Seni is renowned for its yoga instructor training courses and it’s considered to be one of the finest wellness destinations in Canggu.

Every program here is tailored to the needs of the participant and their therapists and instructors want to ensure you grow from your experience at Desa Seni.

You will learn to feel deeply connected to the world around you and leave feeling rejuvenated and full of energy.

Each yoga class here is a private class with one-on-one instruction is the order of the day.

You’ll be surprised to learn that it’s also very good value and the 6-day retreat starts at $1,750 USD!

Where Is It? Jl. Subak Sari No.13, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Blue Karma Resort & Villa Yogi Inner-Journey, Ubud

The Blue Karma Resort & Villa is a pleasant resort in the rice paddies of Ubud about 4 kilometers (2 miles) from the city centre.

The grounds are full of fruit trees and fragrant flowers that really lift your mood.

We like that you stay in a traditional Javanese village hut that has been subtly modified to reflect the modern nature of the world today.

You spend time in their yoga pavilion each day and learn unique breathing techniques for maximum relaxation.

Given that you also get a wonderful daily massage, you’ll be surprised to learn that this is a very affordable retreat and 4-day packages start at $1,000 USD.

Where Is It? Kelabang Moding, Banjar Bentuyung, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Puri Bagus, Rejuvenate Yoga Retreat, Singaraja

This lovely resort is in Lovina in the Northern part of Bali, where many tourists are yet to tread and as a result, it offers very good value for money.

A 10-day retreat here can cost as little as $1,000 USD! So, if you’re trying to maximize the length of your stay, you might want to consider Puri Bagus.

In addition to yoga, you get a complimentary dolphin-watching tour (dolphins are what Lovina is most famous for).

They also offer a lovely hat and sarong-making workshop where you can experience some of the local handicraft techniques.

We found the views of the almost untouched coastline at this resort to be truly inspiring too.

Where Is It? V3GQ+3VF, Jl. Pahlawan, Banjar Tegal, Kec. Buleleng, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81117, Indonesia

The Amala, Luxury Wellness Resort Retreat, Seminyak

This luxury resort has a lot of facilities to woo the would-be retreater in with.

The private plunge pool is very refreshing and their jacuzzi and herbal steam shower are wonderful too.

In addition to yoga they help you achieve “health through harmony” by offering Reiki, Pranayama, Detox, Acupuncture, Tibetan Music Bowl Therapy and much more.

The environment is very peaceful and serene at this resort and it’s a lovely place to unwind from the stresses of modern life.

Their 4-day package is very reasonable considering it’s in Seminyak and starts at $900 USD.

Where Is It? Jl. Kunti I No.108, Seminyak, Kec. Kuta, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Revivio Wellness Resorts, Destress and Relax Retreat, Nusa Dua

Nusa Dua is the ultimate luxury resort destination in Bali and there’s no surprise that one of the most luxurious yoga retreats in Bali is found there.

The Revivo Wellness Resorts border the Indian Ocean and the local rainforests and it’s a spectacular place to practice your yoga.

You will need to complete a pre-registration questionnaire so that the resort can customize every aspect of your stay for you.

This includes gourmet meals precisely tailored to your dietary requirements that stimulate the immune system and your digestive health.

However, all this pampering doesn’t come cheaply and a four-day package starts at $2,600 USD!

Where Is It? Jalan Desa Sawangan, Benoa, Kec. Kuta Sel., Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesi

Zen Harmony Beginner Dive & Yoga Retreat, Seririt

If you’d like to combine improving your yoga with improving your diving skills, then Zen Harmony is a wonderful option.

You learn to dive from fully qualified PADI diving instructors who have great knowledge of the local marine life and environment.

You start each day with a sunrise meditation and yoga lesson and learn about Ayurveda too.

They offer deep insights into how you can change your daily life to better your health and well-being.

And it’s very reasonably priced and starts from just $1,000 USD for a four-day workshop.

Where Is It? RW67+PX6, Ds. Ume Anyar, Dencarik, Seririt, Buleleng Regency, Bali 80871, Indonesia

Radiantly Alive, Ubud

Radiantly Alive has a lovely outdoor yoga shala and it’s one of the most popular retreats in Ubud.

They offer retreats for all levels of practitioners and their yoga teacher trainings are considered to be among the best on the island.

Prices for their courses and retreats can vary dramatically depending on what exactly is on offer and it’s best to decide what you’re looking for from a program and get a quotation for it.

Where Is It? Jl. Jembawan No.3, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Soulshine Bali Yoga Retreat, Ubud

This boutique yoga centre is found just outside of the centre of Ubud and has a lovely location amid the rice fields surrounded by the jungle.

It’s one of the places that most evokes “the spiritual heart of Bali” ethos that Ubud is most famous for.

It’s very near some of the ancient temples including the Goa Gajah Elephant Cave and it’s a great place for a retreat.

Their retreats start at around $2,750 for 6 days including accomodation and involve some of the most renowned instructors from around the world.

There’s an emphasis here on music and vitality as well as yoga.

Where Is It? Jl. Ambarwati No.1, Ubud, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Bali Silent Retreat Center, Tabanan

If you don’t fancy some musical accompaniment to your yoga, maybe you’d prefer to visit somewhere rather more contemplative?

The Bali Silent Retreat in Tabanan is an ideal location for a mindful approach to your yoga.

The setting in the lush tropical gardens here is ideal for you to undertake a transformative approach to your yoga and engage in a voyage of personal discovery.

Their retreats are so varied that there really is no useful baseline pricing but they are typically good value for money.

Where Is It? Jl. Banjar Mongan, Penatahan, Kec. Penebel, Kabupaten Tabanan, Bali 82152, Indonesia

Power Of Now Oasis, Sanur

If you’d like to spend your time meditating and enjoying yoga on the beach then you might want to consider the Power of Now Oasis.

They have a rooftop shala with some incredible views over the Indian Ocean and they also offer some wonderful Ayurvedic Treatments to enhance the yoga’s benefits.

Their yoga and health retreats start at a very reasonable $1,150 including rooms in the Kolonial House nearby and they have options for luxury villa rental too.

There’s plenty of opportunity for you to chill on the beach in a beanbag chair when the day is done too.

Where Is It? Jl. Retro Beach, Sanur Kauh, Denpasar Selatan, Kota Denpasar, Bali 80224, Indonesia

Bliss Sanctuary For Women, Seminyak

This retreat is specifically designed for women. It’s popular with solo travellers but there’s no need to go alone, you can take a friend or partner as long as they’re a woman too.

The address is kept secret until you are accepted on a program here, which makes sense given that some of the participants may be feeling vulnerable.

Their pricing varies depending on the time of year and the exact nature of each retreat (they offer one of the most varied retreat programs that we’ve ever seen).

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Serenity Eco Guesthouse & Yoga, Canggu

This pleasant eco-friendly yoga retreat is based in the resort town of Canggu and its yoga shala is set in a lovely outdoor garden.

They offer regular workshops and retreats and tend to welcome big-name instructors from around the world as well as from Bali itself.

Pricing is super variable and a lot depends on what you want to achieve and what time of year you want to come.

If you want to enhance your vipassana skills, this is a lovely place to do it.

Where Is It? Jl. Nelayan, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Samadi Bali, Canggu

This pleasant yoga sanctuary on the Southwest Coast of ABli has plenty of workshops, classes and even teacher training.

They have an outdoor shala that sits above an attractive tropical garden and is ideal for quiet and reflective practice.

Their retreats include healthy meals and they can also offer a range of treatment options for different conditions.

Their one-day retreats start at 2,800,000 IDR per person and include all meals.

Where Is It? Jl. Canggu Padang Linjong No.39, Canggu, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia

Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat, Sukawati

This lovely eco-retreat is based in Sukawati and in addition to offering healthy meals, they grow all of their ingredients on-site!

Their yoga shala stands proudly in an attractive garden and you can blend yoga with meditation and wellness programmes at will here.

Their “yoga restore getaway” which runs for 4 days starts at just $490 which is incredible value for money.

If you’d like a more personalized program, they are happy to develop bespoke offerings for both individuals and groups.

Where Is It? Jl. Pantai Purnama No.42, Sukawati, Kec. Sukawati, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80581, Indonesia

Shanti Toya Retreat, Mengwi

Shanti Toya has monthly retreats in some gorgeous countryside in Mengwi. They cover Yin, Vinyasa and Hatha styles of yoga in their daily classes.

They offer a range of exciting cultural activities in the afternoons and evenings including how to dance Balinese style and how to make the local drink Jamu!

The incredibly reasonable fee for a week here starts at just $287 USD and includes all meals and basic accomodation in the ashram and as much herbal water as you can drink.

Where Is It? Tebe Kurung, Br. Umahanyar, Penarungan, Kec. Mengwi, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80351, Indonesia

Balitrees Retreats, Tabanan

I Gede Arya Adiwiguna is the founder and instructor here and they blend yoga with the martial arts!

In fact, this retreat is as much about preserving the practice of silat, the local martial art, as it is about yoga.

Yoga is taught to offer the flexibility to really excel at the martial art and it’s a lot of fun.

The cost starts at just $136 for a 3-day retreat including accommodation, food, transport from Tabanan and more.

Where Is It? Megati, Sedandan, Tabanan, Tabanan Regency, Bali 82162, Indonesia

Art Of Life Retreats, Azadi, Ubud

This luxurious retreat offers accomodation in a luxury boutique wellness resort or a tropical cottage depending on which program you take.

They offer yoga, raw vegan cooking classes, healing workshops as well as dance and art classes. You can also get some great spa treatments at this Bali retreat.

They also provide trips out to cultural highlights such as the Tirta Empul Temple complex.

It’s not cheap though and a three-day program starts at $865 USD.

Where Is It? Banjar Laplapan, Pejeng Kawan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80552, Indonesia

How Are You Really? Retreats, Candidasa

These retreats are offered at the Puri Oka Beach Bungalows and Lotus Bungalows in Candidasa.

That means you do your yoga by the ocean here and it’s a wonderful way to spiritually reconnect with the universe as you practice.

Every day here includes a massage, a visit with a local healer with spiritual experience, all your meals, airport transfers and more.

Their programs start at $880 USD per person and that feels like great value for money for such a unique experience.

Where Is It? Jln Puri Bagus Candidasa, Jl. Samuh Jl. Raya Bugbug, Bali 80861, Indonesia

Santhika Wellness Retreat, Lovina

Lovina in the North of Bali offers a very different space when compared to Ubud or the beach towns of the South.

The retreats at Santhika are for people of all levels seeking to heal their mind, body and soul through movement and lifestyle change.

This spiritual sanctum delivers fully optimized yoga retreat sessions including nutritionally enhanced meal programs and meditation spaces.

The resort provides itself on its “free-flow” nature and there’s never a bad time to join a retreat here.

Where Is It? Kaliasem, Banjar, Buleleng Regency, Bali 81152, Indonesia

BeingSattvaa Vegetarian Retreat Villa, Ubud

This stunning three-bedroom villa is the ideal venue for a private retreat with friends in Bali.

You get rain showers and some of the coolest teak furniture that we’ve ever seen here. There is also a truly wild tropical swimming pool to enjoy.

Their yoga pavilion is not as well equipped as some of the other resorts but it’s more than enough to enjoy private lessons in.

Prices start at $151 per person per day.

Where Is It? Banjar Kapitu, Jl. Raya Kendran, Kenderan, Kec. Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat, Taro

How much luxury can you handle when on a yoga retreat? Well, Bagus Jati lets you explore going from a minimalist approach to a Royal Pool Suite with a private jacuzzi, a home theatre and more!

But the best part of this yoga retreat is not the accomodation it’s taking your yoga classes by the Jati River Waterfall!

There aren’t many people in Bali who can say they’ve been there and done that.

Prices start at $267 per person.

Where Is It? Sebatu, Jl. Raya Banjar Jati, Taro, Kec. Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80561, Indonesia

COMO Uma, Ubud

This high-end luxury resort has a yoga retreat with 46 individual rooms, suites and villas for their guests to enjoy.

Each room comes complete with a king-size bed, a luxurious bath and a yoga mat area.

If you’re in the villa, you get your own private spa treatment area and a jacuzzi.

The yoga pavilion has an amazing view of the Tjampuhan Valley which really lets you reconnect with nature here.

The prices aren’t as ridiculous as you might imagine and a single room starts at $225/night and the villa is available from $702/night.

Where Is It? Jl. Raya Sanggingan Banjar Lungsiakan, Kedewatan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia

Finns Recreation Club, Canggu

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OK, Finns isn’t technically a full yoga retreat but it is one of the best yoga and fitness centres in Bali and it’s a great place to warm up for a longer retreat.

It has a full yoga studio and some of the best group classes and private lessons on the island.

One of the big advantages of using Finns is that you can combine your yoga lessons with a variety of other physical activities and disciplines ensuring you get the perfect workout.

Where Is It? Jl. Pantai Berawa No.15, Canggu, Tibubeneng, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia


How Much Are Yoga Retreats In Bali?

It varies and it varies a lot. A 3-day retreat with no onsite accomodation could be as little as $200, spend a week at Fivelements, on the other hand, and you could easily spend $5,000+

That means it’s important to have a good idea of your budget before you go looking for a yoga retreat in Bali.

It’s also worth considering daily yoga classes if you’re not sure that your finances will stretch to the kind of yoga retreats in Bali that you want to attend.

How Do I Choose A Retreat In Bali?

We’ve got a fairly simple process for deciding on the best yoga retreats in Bali for you:

  1. Work out how much you will spend, where you want to be on your yoga retreat and how long you will stay. As we’ve noted you can spend $200 on a cheap 3-day retreat with no live-in option but you can easily spend much more. Ubud may be the most popular location for retreats but places like Canggu also have awesome options for yoga retreats in Bali.

  2. Know your objectives for your yoga retreat. What are you trying to achieve? Are you simply looking for company as you take your yoga classes? Or are you looking to improve your yoga practice and learn new skills? Is this part of a wellness journey? The better you know what you want, the easier it will be to match a retreat to your needs.

  3. Evaluate the fine print. What’s included and what costs extra? What do you value? If you want Balinese massage, ayurvedic healing, delicious food, healthy meals, silent meditation, etc. they can all be included in many retreats at Bali’s yoga resorts for the right price, of course.

  4. Choose where you want to stay. Some yoga retreats in Bali provide a range of accomodation, while others expect you to book your own nearby. In general, it’s going to be cheaper to book your own rather than the resort’s accomodation but it will be less convenient.

  5. Read reviews and get unbiased advice from professionals like the folks at the Bali Res Centre. As you can see from our list above, there are a lot of yoga retreats in Bali. You don’t need to rush to book yoga classes until you’ve found the right yoga retreat for you.

Is Bali Good For Yoga?

Yes! As you can tell from our list of best yoga retreats, there are an enormous number of options for you to take yoga classes and meditation classes in Bali.

You can practice yoga at any of the Bali yoga retreats above with confidence and the yoga sessions are generally very good and run by a certified yoga teacher used to helping others with their yoga journey.

Why Is Bali Famous For Yoga?

Bali is unique in Indonesia in that the dominant culture is Hindu with a splash of Buddhism, rather than Islamic.

That means there’s a culture of yoga that has been long-established here and certainly way before there were any yoga retreats in Bali for tourists to attend.

Combine that with the beauty of the nation, its temples and its people and yoga simply took off. It doesn’t hurt that Bali has a reputation for healing and wellness too.

Why Is Yoga So Big In Bali?

Yoga retreats in Bali represent excellent value for money and many people want to enjoy practicing yoga in a peaceful retreat a long way from the stresses of home.

Balinese culture is uniquely attuned to providing the kind of environment that makes a yoga class a truly spiritual experience.

Some of the best yoga retreats in the world are now held in Bali and this brings more and more people each year to attend yoga sessions and yoga classes.

How Do I Book A Yoga Retreat In Bali?

You can book Bali yoga retreats through the awesome people at the Bali Res Centre. This is a fully locally owned and operated travel agency service that has all the info on the best yoga retreats in Bali.

Because they’re local, they can easily help you find the retreat that you want at the price you want to pay for it. They can also ensure that you avoid any pitfalls or potential scams.

If you’re interested in booking one of the best yoga retreats in Bali, you have to talk to the Bali Res Centre.

Final Thoughts On A Yoga Retreat In Bali

There is no shortage of awesome retreats for practicing yoga in Bali. Now, all you need to do is decide on what, exactly, you want from one, and book.

You can combine a yoga retreat with a spa retreat, hot yoga, fitness retreat, meditation retreat, beauty treatments, detox wellness program, martial arts, and more or opt for just yoga. The choice is all yours.

We hope that, whatever you choose, you find that your yogic lifestyle improves by spending some time on the best yoga retreat in Bali.