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Bali is recognized as a yoga, health, and wellness hotspot world over because of its strong spiritual culture. The Hindu lineage is one of the reasons why yoga retreats in Bali have flourished, making yoga part of Balinese everyday life. Find secluded yoga retreats in the jungle and rice paddies of Ubud, or choose for yoga retreats on the seaside in Canggu, Seminyak, Sanur, and Nusa Lembongan. This year-round destination is perfect for a yoga holiday and easy to combine with side-activities as meditation, detox, and yoga teacher trainings.
The best time to visit Bali is from April to October, this is the tourist dry season. For a yoga retreat, on the other hand, you do not always only have to go for the nice weather and you can book a retreat (cheaper) all year round. For example, the humidity in the rainy season is perfect for yoga and the warm air, just like with hot yoga, ensures that your muscles warm up, making you more flexible.
Whether you are looking for something luxurious or affordable, there is something for everyone! Do you want to combine yoga with learning to surf? Then it is best to look at one of the yoga and surf retreats in Canggu, Seminyak or Kuta, places that lie on the coast. If you prefer to combine yoga with a relaxing environment and an ultimate wellness experience, go to Ubud in the middle of the island. Ubud is known for its multitude of spas. With over 1200 spas in Bali, you can find a variety of Acupuncture, Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Ayurveda, Qigong, and much more.
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“Location, small group, attention to detail. ”
“I enjoy the quiet sounds of nature, rice paddy views, healthy food and tantra kundalini yoga daily. ”
“The positivity the retreat brings. The kind of discipline followed and some well knowledgeable coaches.”