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Discover the Best Yoga Retreats in Bali

Bali has so many options when it comes to yoga retreats.

And what a place to get away and do yoga.


The land and the people are beautiful.

The temples and smoking incense offerings on the sidewalks remind of Hindu beliefs, their
respect and kindness.

Their connection to spirit makes it a great place to spend some time.


The variety of retreat resorts and locations in Bali make it a place you can come back to again and again.

Ubud, in the center of the island is the yoga hub of Bali.

Ubud itself is a dream, a rainforest surrounded by rice paddie fields dotted with shrines & temples.

Ubud has health shops, vegan cafes and is alternative therapy heaven.

Purify the body & soul at Tirta Empul in Bali. The spring water is considered holy.


Next on the list for the yogi must be Canggu.

Canggu has built up from a tiny village to be a favourite traveler hang-out.

Its convenient as its near Seminyak and the main tourist areas of Bali but far enough away to have a different vibe.

The main attraction here are the yoga retreats and surf.

You will find yoga classes and like-minded travelers everywhere.

Yoga and meditation, with all types of yoga styles are practiced here in the open-air shalas at the many retreat centers.


Whats the Yoga retreat scene like

It's huge. There is so much going on in the way of retreats, yoga schools and yoga workshops.

One thing that's good to know is that there is a real trend here for Yoga Hotels.

This means you get the comfort and environment of a lovely hotel with retreat activities thrown in.


What standard of retreat centers are there

There are a whole range of centers to choose from in Bali.

Bali does retreats so well and it is most well known for its mid to high venues.

But don't think that you can't find affordable and comfortable retreat centers where you can practice

yoga daily and immerse yourself in your meditation. And it doesn't just stop here either.

Retreat programs combine yoga with activities like detox, fitness, healthy eating, spa and massage.

What programs are available at the centers

Because its a yoga mecca everything is set up to make it work for you.

Health food vegan cafes, cheap & wonderful massage, alternative therapies, detox, complete spa services.

Everything is on offer in Bali's retreat centers.

What food is available

All retreat centers offer vegan, vegetarian and raw food menus.

And there is sure to be a cold pressed juice bar open all day.

Try out some raw food inventions. Bali is very creative in it's food.

When to go

Bali dry and high season is June until August.

May to October see some of the best waves too.

Bali can be very busy in the high season and moving around and enjoying places can be difficult.

Consider before and after, April & May and September & October.

How much does it cost

Costs vary like with everything.

Depending on the retreat, package, accommodation and location.

Bali isn't the cheapest place to go to but it doesn't have to break the bank either. All types of yogis hang out here.


Top Yoga Retreat Centers in Bali

Bagus Lovina

Away from the tourist centers this beachside resort offers a quiet and relaxed place to chill out. Enjoy daily Yoga & meditation practice whilst taking a relaxing holiday on the beach in Bali. This retreat is great value for money.

Blue Karma Resort & Villa

Immerse yourself in mindfulness and your yoga practice in beautiful surroundings in Ubud or Seminyak. Enjoy cold pressed juices and a lovely health food menu on your retreat here.

Zen Resort Bali

Traditional Ayurveda & Yoga retreats with a focus on purification & healing. Retreats combine yoga with scuba diving, safari & excursions.


Maybe you would like to know who is writing all of this ...

Hi, my name is Kelly.

For the past decade, I have traveled and worked extensively across the world in health resorts, detox centers, raw food restaurants and retreats.

Teaching and inspiring people on how to live a simple, healthy and mindful lifestyle.

I am a qualified raw vegan chef and certified holistic health coach.

I believe that living a healthy lifestyle is about nurturing body, mind and spirit; fueling your body with life-giving food and movement,

opening your mind with travel and new experiences, and connecting to your spirit by committing to the things that make you feel the most alive.

Here is my own Bali Yoga Retreat Experience

Like many of us, I arrived at my yoga retreat with a host of questions circulating in my mind;
Can I really afford to take time out of my schedule to be here?
Will I fit in with the group dynamic?
Is my practice up to scratch?!

These wandering thoughts had little time to permeate too deeply, and after the initial opening circle
I knew that I was exactly where I needed to be.

I had selected Bali for my retreat destination.

For me, it is a powerful, transformative and deeply magical land whose culture is rich and alive and
the people are warm and welcoming.

The physical beauty of the natural environment is breathtaking and it takes very little time
to let go of where you have come from, and immerse yourself deeply into the evocative landscape.

Over the course of a week, my retreat offered me an indulgent and deeply rewarding
routine of morning yoga sessions, workshops on Ayurveda, healthy diet and yoga philosophy,
sunset meditations or Yoga Nidra, and plenty of spare time to cool off in the pool.

For me, the schedule offered the ideal synergy of structured activities and relaxing down time,
allowing me to deepen my yoga practice on the mat, and also dive deeper into my own inner self,
which is one of the greatest gifts that time on a retreat offers.

The physical movement, delicious healthy cuisine, and nature excursions
helped my physical body to feel strong, robust and brimming with vital energy.

The meditations and workshops kept my mind both clear and alert, my attention present and focused.

I discovered I slept soundly, dreamt vividly, and all of my senses felt alive and accentuated in profound ways.

Realizations and insights came to visit me daily as I had time and space to navigate my inner world and my emotions.

There was a sense of balance, harmony and remarkable inspiration as each day offered new and unexpected gifts.