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20 Days Island Escape Yoga Retreat in Indonesia

Adventure Yoga Retreat Bali

Join this yoga retreat specially created for you to enjoy the maximum time at each destination without the feeling of being rushed around. It is the goal at Breathe In Life to create a flexible framework with many options for you to discover the journey that is perfect for you. Along with this freedom, you will experience deep, humble, and energizing teachings of resident teacher Afsheen Peyrow to live an incredible journey!

Retreat highlights

  • Daily yoga classes
  • Guided meditation sessions
  • Guided group travel within Indonesia
  • Two-day hiking of the Mount Rinjani
  • All transport within Indonesia
  • 19 nights accommodation
  • 1 welcome dinner
  • Daily breakfast

Yoga styles

19 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
The maximum participants in the group is 20
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During this retreat, you will stay either in a shared or a private room. Breathe in Life Health have taken a lot of pride in selecting accommodations which are well run, comfortable, clean, quiet, and with good food and friendly, helpful staff.

You will stay in above back-packer standard inns and bed and breakfasts rather than hostels and guesthouses. Most of the stays will include air conditioning. During your travel adventures, your room will be a place where you can get good rest and be ready to make the most of your days.

Breathe in Life Health and Wellness Travel Bali Yoga Retreat Program

Day 1 and 2 - Canggu

Upon arrival in Denpasar, you will take a short taxi ride to Canggu, Bali where you will spend your first two nights. Among great restaurants, cute cafés, beaches, yoga classes, fresh juices, and good food everywhere you will go along with incredibly kind people! This town just northwest of the more touristic spots like Kuta and Seminyak has lately risen to maybe the “hippest” place in Asia and the time to go visit is definitely now.

Day 3 to 7 - Balian beach

Located only 2.5 hours from Kuta, Balian Beach is the first stop on this journey. You will really start to sink into the island living, exploring the town, and getting started with your first yoga sessions of the trip. Outside of yoga, you may check out the little village for some surfing, a local massage, or find a good book and a hammock by the sea.

Day 8 to 11 - Ubud

A short drive away from Balian Beach, Ubud will be the next stop. Regarded as the cultural center of Bali, Ubud is known as a hub of art and healthy living. The community of creative and conscious people in Ubud is vast and very progressive.

This is one of the leading spots in Asia for those seeking the newest and freshest ideas in supporting and understanding the body and mind. You will spend your days checking out the local scene, exploring the different classes and workshops, and of course enjoying the amazing variety of creative international food.

Day 12 - Senaru

From Ubud, you will travel a few hours by boat and bus to arrive in the village of Senaru. This will be your base before setting off on your hike to the crater atop Mount Rinjani, an active volcano surrounded by breathtaking views of lush forest and nearby mountains.

Day 13 - Rinjani hike or panorama walk

You will set out early in the morning to begin the overnight hike up to the crater rim of Mt. Rinjani. Rising to a height of 3,726 meters, Rinjani is the second highest volcano in the country. You will be hiking up to 2,641 meters where you will make camp for the night on the edge of the crater. You will be blessed with unbelievable views of the Crater Lake as well as the volcano itself.

For those who may have injuries or prefer something a little more relaxed, there will be options of doing the panorama walk. This beautiful half day walk leads you through the foothills of Mount Rinjani until you reach Sindang Gila waterfall reserve where you can go for a refreshing swim before heading back to the hotel.

Day 14 - Senaru

Once you wrap up the hike, you will spend one night in Senaru to relax and recover with some gentle restorative yin yoga before heading off to your next destination.

Day 15 to 18 - Gili Air

You will take a van followed by a ferry to make your way to the next destination. Located just off the coast of Lombok, Gili Air is one of three islands that make up the collection of Gili islands where you will be spending some time. Gili Air provides travelers with a smaller community feel that has a nice slow pace,with plenty of options for activities on the island like, snorkeling, scuba diving, yoga, or simply lounging on the beach.

Day 18 to 20 - Canggu

After a fast boat transfer back to Bali, you will transfer by van back to Canggu where it all started. Soaking up your last few nights on the beach or with a yoga practice before heading to the airport the next day.

The order of stops and duration at each location are subject to change.

Included excursions

One hike of the Mount Rinjani and a snorkeling boat trip are included in this retreat.


Melissa Jol
After first discovering her love for traveling when visiting Thailand 10 years ago, sh set out on a life path of exploration to further her development as an individual while incorporating a passion for yoga and a fire for improving herself and the world she lives in. This love for travel organically turned into a job opportunity as an international tour guide and manager, which was well suited after completing school for tourism and business management.
Chris Elliott
Although health and wellness has always be an important part of his life, travel didn’t come into the picture until he finished university. After graduating from the University of Ottawa with a degree in criminology and Seneca College with a degree in firefighter education, the path to a “normal” life and career seemed imminent. A trip to Thailand in 2008 created a new spark and from that point on, he developed a love for travel.
Meghan Trompetter
When she was 19, travelling alone on a rickety old bus somewhere in Cambodia, she looked out the window and was in awe of the lush jungle and endless rice fields and the fact that she was actually seeing this incredible part of the world. Her love of travelling and nourishing others has lead her to a career in holistic health. Once she discovered the human body has powers beyond imagination, through body-mind-spirit work, she began her own self-study in the field of health and wellness.
Jeff Kerdeikis
His journey started at Shambhala Music Festival in 2011. It was an experience that totally blew him away on how much love, expression, and acceptance could exist in the world. He went from being a lifelong firefighter to a world exploring yoga teacher. He became a massage and Reiki healer, nutritional therapist, and a permaculture and health enthusiast with huge passion for dancing and also now, a guide with Breathe in Life.
Afsheen Peyrow
Through the guidance of his brother, Rameen Peyrow, Afsheen underwent an intimate 16 year learning process of esoteric practices. Living out the principles of the yamas and nyamas, he grounded into a tangible understanding of life. Afsheen's deliverance of teaching is out of responsibility to ground the depth of this wisdom into Hatha yoga methods.

Retreat location

This retreat will be held at five different places in Indonesia; Canggu, Balian Beach, Ubud, Senaru, and Gili Air. Consisting of more than 300 different ethnic groups, Indonesia’s national motto is “unity in diversity” This natural diversity within the country creates a warm welcoming feeling for newcomers. English is spoken quite regularly so you won’t find it hard to share a friendly conversation with some of the locals about your life or theirs.


For some, Canggu represents heaven on earth. This town just northwest of the more touristic spots like Kuta and Seminyak, has lately risen to maybe the “hippest” place in Asia and the time to go visit is definitely now.

Balian beach

Located two hours north of Kuta, Balian beach feels a world away as it is very quiet, serene, and secluded. This makes it an excellent spot to begin your adventure and give everyone a chance to get to know each other.


Located in central Bali, Ubud is known as one of Asia's most major hubs for the arts, spirituality, and yoga. The town and surrounding areas are full of art galleries, amazing yoga studios, and unique local workshops providing travelers with a culturally rich experience. Ubud was originally established as a source of medicinal herbs and plants.


Senaru is considered the gateway to Mt. Rinjani. Aside from Mount Rinjani itself, the key attractions around here are the two well-known waterfalls. Air Terjun Sindang Gila waterfall, the best known and most spectacular in the area, boasts cascading waters that break some 50 meters above the main arrival point.

The walking path to get there is pleasant and leads through some splendid tropical forests. And though Air Terjun Tiu Kelep waterfall is less spectacular then Gila waterfall it's still very much worth experiencing with a serene bathing pool below offering cool invigorating water.

Gili Air

The Gilis Islands are made up of three islands off the coast of Lombok, all which offer their own unique personality; Gili Air, Gili Meno, and Gili Trawangan. What gives this island a unique feel and helps maintain the small town vibe is the lack of cars and motorcycles. The islands only mode of transport is to walk or ride bicycles.

Day trips to the other islands, stand up paddle boarding, scuba diving, and basking in the sun are among some of the other activities available to fill the rest of your day. The crystal clear blue water and white sand is the perfect setting for your last days in paradise.


During this holiday, you will be served one daily delicious breakfast and you will also enjoy one welcome dinner in Bali. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy other meal services around different places in Indonesia for an additional cost. With such diversity within it’s culture, Indonesian cuisine reflects the same way.

Considered to be some of the most vibrant and colorful cuisines in the world, you can find influence from the Chinese and the Middle East making up a menu of delicious curries, grilled meat and seafood, and tempe; a local interpretation of soy based fermentation. Indonesian cuisine will blow you away with unique flavors, presentation, and an array of fresh delicious tropical fruit and juices.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

  • Cooking classes
  • Energy and sound healing sessions
  • Kayaking
  • Scuba diving
  • Shopping
  • Snorkeling
  • Surfing
  • Tours of temples in Bali
  • Visit the white sand beaches
  • Waterfall day trips

What's included

  • 1 daily breakfast
  • 1 hike of Mount Rinjani or panorama hiking
  • 1 snorkeling boat trip
  • 1 welcome dinner
  • 1 welcome package
  • 19 nights accommodation
  • All transportation within Indonesia
  • Daily yoga classes
  • Guided group travel within Indonesia
  • Guided meditation sessions

What's not included

  • Additional activities
  • Airfare
  • Daily dinner
  • Daily lunch
  • Drinks

Cancellation Policy

  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 60 days before arrival.
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