7 Days Luxury Yoga Retreat in Bali, Indonesia

  • Alila Ubud Hotel, Payangan Gianyar, Bali - Alila Manggis, Payangan Gianyar, Bali

Give Back Yoga Retreat Bali

Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats is inviting you to join a luxury yoga retreat in beautiful Bali, Indonesia. This retreat is part of their Give Back initiative,and they will donate at least 10% of profits to a humanitarian partner in the community where each retreat is held. Their partner, Threads of Life, is an air trade business that works with culture and conservation to alleviate poverty in rural Indonesia.


  • Daily meditation and yoga classes
  • Entrance fees during day excursions
  • Indonesian textile class and cuisine class
  • Visits to local sites with tour guide on various day trips
  • Balinese healing ceremony, rice farming experience, and spa day
  • Transfer from airport and transportation to and from day trips
  • Daily breakfast and dinners and select lunches on day-trips
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • 5 days with instruction
  • English
Hide all

You will be taken care of by an award-winning boutique hotel family that will host you at both locations in Bali. Both hotels offer award-winning design accommodations and even one of the world's top 50 pools in the world.

The venue in Manggis

The first venue by the East coast of Bali is sumptuous yet unassuming - an ocean-front retreat that lies in the shade of Mount Agung, held up as sacred by Balians, and surrounded by opulent coconut groves.

The 53 rooms and two corner suites of Alila Manggis are housed in traditional two-storey thatched Balinese pavilions reminiscent of the village wantilan or meeting hall. Designed to maximize the views across the coconut grove, the swimming pool, and the sea of Bali, hotel rooms at Alila Manggis provide the ideal ambiance for a relaxing getaway.

The two spacious suites are situated on the upper level of the building closest to the ocean. Large balconies surround the suites and are suitable for use as an outdoor dining area or sundeck. The spacious rooms include a living and dining area. All interiors are designed with fabrics and details to reflect the local environment making Alila Manggis unique among other east coast boutique hotels. Bali’s best kept secrets can now be discovered from these spacious seaside hideaways.

The venue in Ubud

Mid-way through the week you'll head into Bali's most famous town of Ubud. You'll be hosted in luxury accommodations - a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali’s central foothills, in the traditional Balinese hill village of Payangan. There are 56 resort rooms in Alila Ubud, all of them housed in 14 two-storey blocks designed to resemble a Balinese village. All rooms and villas have panoramic views of the magical Ayung River and surrounding volcanoes.

Daily meditation and yoga classes will be offered in a way to relax, stimulate, and help guests grow in their own personal practice. Classes are open to all levels, beginner to practiced, and can range from gentle, restorative, and more vigorous Vinyasa flow and Ashtanga styles.

That said, for a basic overview, Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreat do a general Vinyasa flow in the mornings about - 60-75 minutes, and enjoy an evening class which is more restorative or themed (hips, heart-openers) for around 40 minutes. There are various meditation times throughout the week with about 15 minutes guidance of various methods and encouragement to take any free time to explore further on your own if you wish. And this week is much more than just asanas (the physical movements of yoga). Hopefully it can be about finding something, letting something go, gaining balance in life, and enjoying many aspects of the holiday - from the cuisine, day trips, a beautiful culture, and new friends!

Style and class levels will be determined and shaped to fit participating students' needs, and with a small intimate retreat class size, students will be able to get personalized attention and comfort to deeply explore their practice. Depending on each retreat location, classes will be held in a dedicated indoor yoga space and some also offer outdoor options as well for you to use if the weather is agreeable.

Note that all classes and activities are completely voluntary. You should know that that the retreat weeks are for you...whatever you need. So if you need to take it easy one morning, then by all means, do what you need physically and mentally.

Guests will not only enjoy the grounds of the villa, the outdoor areas including a lovely pool, patio, and lounges, but the retreat includes some amazing day-trips to the surrounding sites. A guided day in and around Ubud will lead guests through an introduction to this area. You'll visit a spice plantation, get to participate in a Balinese healing ritual, and learn Balinese cooking during your cuisine lesson. There will be time in nature, on the beaches, and also you'll get to visit the Indonesian weavers of the Give Back Partner in Bali and learn more about the amazing textiles of the area.

The final full day entails a trip to the luxurious Four Seasons where you'll delve deeper into Bali’s serene beauty and tradition by spending a day in the life of a local farmer - from a private guided walk through rice fields and jungle paths, followed by a picnic breakfast in a rice field pavilion, known as a bale, then you will help local farmers plant rice with traditional methods. Next you will venture to the spa villa close to the banks of the river for a traditional bathing ritual, scrub, and massage. What a way to end the week - in pure relaxation!

  • Erin Lewis

    Erin has studied various types of yoga disciplines since 1998, concentrating on the Ashtanga discipline since 2008. She received her teacher certification in Florence, Italy and has continued her education with various specialty certifications throughout the years. She now combines powerful movements with more anatomical-based core Vinyasa flow and restorative movement in her personal practice and teaching style.


Alila Manggis is a secluded, stylish seaside resort in Manggis, East Bali - a soothing haven of serenity set amidst a coconut grove, nestled between the sea and the majestic Mount Agung, Bali’s most sacred mountain. Head away from the crowds to this unspoiled east coast resort in Candidasa, where modern European shapes meet open, tropical design.

Demonstrating creative function, elegant luxury, and pure well-being, outdoors meets indoors throughout this boutique hotel. Bali’s perfect ocean views are captured from four two-storey buildings built around a palm-fringed pool, ideally demonstrating simple forms and Balinese touches.

Days at Alila Manggis are filled with activity and regeneration, pampering at Spa Alila, and pursuits by the sea such as discovering East Bali’s legendary dive sites. This is the life, East Bali style.


Alila Ubud hotel is a tranquil and secluded hillside retreat that sits high up on the edge of the rich green Ayung River valley in Bali’s central foothills, in the traditional Balinese hill village of Payangan. The resort is located 15 minutes from Ubud, the island’s cultural heart. Blending contemporary design and traditional Balinese architecture, the secluded courtyards, spacious terraces, and private gardens of this charming Ubud boutique hotel create an intimate feeling like no other.

Healthful, vegetarian food is part of the retreat experience. The meals include breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily either hosted at your hotel or out and about in town. Some even come served on a banana leaf! The cuisine is simple, delicious, and Balinese, using fresh ingredients from local markets. They will take your taste buds further by exploring Indonesian cuisine in a cooking class where you'll learn a bit of how to bring the flavors of Bali back home with you!

Please note that all meals are vegetarian. Special dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

In Manggis


Amed is mostly a quiet place with a stunning ocean view and is one of the best places that serves as a scuba divers' haven in Bali. Everywhere you go you will see crystal clear water which you can't get enough of.

East Bali beaches

The beaches around Candidasa are the most visited and Amed in the far east of the region is becoming increasingly popular. All the way along the south coast from Padang Bai in the west to way beyond Candidasa in the east, you will find attractive waterfront villages, some far more visited than others. Take the time to explore and understand a little of coastal life in the region. The two coves (both with white sand beaches) either side of the port town of Padang Bai are absolutely gorgeous and often remarkably free of visitors.

Mount Agung

Standing some 3,142 meters above sea level, Mount Agung is the highest mountain on the island and its omnipresence dominates the region. Aside from specifically hosting Pura Besakih, the mountain is of great spiritual significance to the Balinese who regard it as a fragment of mythical Mount Meru and as the seat of the Gods. No visitor can fail to be impressed by the majesty of Agung.

Pura Besakih

Besakih Temple (Pura Besakih) is considered by the Hindu Balinese to be their mother temple. This is the single most important temple on the whole of the island and is dramatically located on the slopes of Mount Agung. The Besakih Temple complex consists of more than 20 separate temples and numerous other smaller shrines, spread out over three kilometres.


Tenganan is perhaps one of the most secluded and conservative villages on the island of Bali. Protected by a strict code of isolationism, this original Bali Aga village has retained its unique culture and customs over the centuries. High walls surround the village, and marriage to outsiders is frowned upon. The famous double-ikat or ”Gringsing” woven cloth is made here, in a process which takes anything up to four years to complete.

Tirta Gangga

Tirta Gangga literally means "water from the Ganges" and it is a site of some reverence for the Hindu Balinese. Strictly speaking, the name refers to the water palace built here in 1946 by the King of Karangasem. However, it is widely used to refer to the general area which includes the water palace and some particularly stunning rural areas around.

In Ubud

Central Ubud

Central Ubud is filled with arts and crafts hubs, boutique cafes, artists' workshops and galleries. There are also some remarkable architectural and other sights to be found. Soak up the atmosphere of general well-being. For some serious shopping, visit the traditional Ubud Market, a busy double-storey warren of stalls selling wood carvings, batik shirts, sarongs and souvenirs.

Goa Gajah

Goa Gajah is nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The central piece here is a cave dating back to the ninth century, the entrance to which is an ornately carved demon's mouth. Inside are some fragmentary lingam and yoni statues, as well as a statue of Ganesha. Large, carved guards stand around pools near the entrance, and a little path leads to a waterfall, rice fields, and some Buddhist stupa fragments. Some parts of the Goa Gajah complex were not excavated until the 1950's.


Kintamani is home to the active volcano of Mount Batur and its beautiful lake, surrounded by captivating panoramic views. There are six ancient villages around the cauldron of Lake Batur, which often claim to be "Bali Aga" or indigenous Balinese. The local people from these Bali Aga villages maintain their own unique cultures, houses and lifestyle.

In the last day of the retreat you will venture to the spa villa close to the banks of a river for a traditional bathing ritual, scrub, and massage. What a way to end the week - in pure relaxation!

The spa in both venues offers additional treatments that you can book at an additional cost. At Spa Alila, they draw on the benefits of a range of Asian and European massage techniques that can be tailored to your personal wellness needs. Allow the spa host to help you select the appropriate massage therapy and oils to suit your condition.

At the spa you may also choose other therapies and beauty treatments from a selection that includes facial masks, body treatments, scrubs and wraps, hands, feet, and nail care, hair treatments, and personalized beauty treatments.

Balinese massage

Feel tension dissolve with this ancient Balinese healing therapy that combines gentle stretching, long therapeutic strokes, and skin rolling to relieve muscle pain. Palm and thumb pressure techniques are also applied to unravel the deepest stress and improve blood flow.

Children’s massage

A gentle and nurturing massage therapy dedicated to your little one’s health, well-being, and development, featuring a citrus bubble foot bath and gentle coconut oil massage. Treatment may assist with pain reduction, anxiety, gastric problems, and sleep patterns. But most of all, it just feels like fun!

Pregnancy massage

Enjoy relief from the physical and emotional demands of pregnancy. This gentle, non-invasive approach to massage will ease your discomfort, reduce swelling, and help lower stress. Feel yourself slip into a state of calm relaxation as a skilled therapist uses a lighter touch, concentrating on those areas most vulnerable to changes in your body.


Reflexology is based on the principle that energy flows freely around the body when you are in good health and that there are reflex areas on the feet that correspond to every part of the body, including major organs. Sit back and relax as your therapist applies varying degrees of pressure to specific points on the feet with thumb and fingers to unblock energy flow and promote the body’s natural healing from within.


This 5000-year-old Indian therapy is physically rejuvenating, mentally refreshing, and just pure heaven. Experience perfect calmness and tranquility as a stream of specially blended, warmed medicated oils pours softly onto the third eye transporting your mind and body into a state of deep relaxation. Shirodhara deeply relaxes the nervous system, lowers metabolism, integrates brain function, and induces mood stability. This dreamy treatment begins with an Ayurvedic pressure massage to melt away tension and stress.

Therapeutic massage

Experience a complete body awakening with a combination of therapeutic massage techniques using fluent strokes of different depths and intensity. Long Balinese strokes improve lymphatic drainage and circulation. Swedish deep tissue techniques work into muscles to relieve tension and stiffness. Acupressure points are used for specific stimulation, while Thai movements add elements of stretching to increase mobility.

Warm stone

The therapeutic power of touch combines with the energy of the earth in this muscle relaxing massage. After the signature foot bath, smooth, heated river stones are used in rhythmic flowing strokes over the body to melt tension and soothe emotions. The stones are also placed on various energy points to stimulate the body’s natural healing potential.

  • 6 nights accommodation
  • Balinese healing ceremony
  • Breakfast and dinner daily (including one night dinner at local restaurant)
  • Cuisine class
  • Daily meditation and yoga classes
  • Entrance fees during day trips
  • Indonesian textile class
  • Rice farming experience
  • Select lunches on day-trips
  • Spa day
  • Taxes
  • Tour guide on various day trips
  • Transfer from airport
  • Transportation to and from day trips
  • Use of estate premises (terraces, pool, etc.)
  • Visits to local sites
  • Yoga mats
  • Airfare
  • Staff tips

Arrival by airplane

The nearest major airport is Bali Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar International Airport (DPS). Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats will arrange your transfers between the airport and the villa. The transfers are included in the price package.

For information about the booking conditions, please send Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats an inquiry.


  • Review by Terri from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "My time in Provence was an amazing and wondrous and glorious one. Filled with fabulous moments I hoped for and more that I could never have imagined. It was a beautifully crafted experience in every respect – the accommodations, the yoga, the food, the excursions, the pampering, the camaraderie. And of course the art. The joyful, exuberant, awakening art. The entire adventure was deliciously exhilarating and fun. And I wanted you to know how much I appreciate the time and energies you committed to making it so. And thus I guess what I wanted (and for too long neglected) to do was to say “Thank-you!”. I loveloveloved it!"

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Ane from Oslo, Norway
    10 out of 10

    "I am so grateful that I got to join EPM for the beautiful week in Puglia. I felt so happy the whole week. The yoga classes Erin gives,- give me an inner peace and well-being and I can’t wait to experience it again. Everyday was filled with what felt like the exact thing I wanted to do, the people in the group were fabulous, every one of them, lots of laughs and happy moments together. The Puglia-experience still sits in my system and I know it gave me the final kick to change my life, I am in process, for me it was an important moment. I can’t wait to join EPM again, and as I am an returning guest - I know I’ve become addicted! Thank you Erin, for everything !"

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Jessie from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I can’t thank you and Julian enough for the amazing experience in Italy. It was everything I needed and then some. Thank you to both of you for your hospitality, fun spirit, teaching of yoga/art and warm presence. It was a blessing to me how our group came together and had such a fun time...I will most definitely be back on one of your retreats in the future."

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Stacey from Ontario, Canada
    10 out of 10

    "First I can’t explain how much I enjoyed Croatia and our group- it was the time of my life truly- exactly what I needed!! I came home and first thing was trying to figure out where’s next! I want to go everywhere now. I am so glad I came across EPM and took a chance outside my box and booked- Amazing, truly amazing."

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Cindy from Minnesota, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I’m filled with gratitude for the beautiful time spent in Italy with Eat.Pray.Move. The week exceeded my expectations and is a special memory of new friends and experiences to hold and treasure. I really enjoyed the yoga, too, and am encouraged to continue to improve. You are an excellent teacher, leader, and organizer, thank you, Erin!"

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Katie from New Jersey, USA

    "My trip to Provence with EAT.PRAY.MOVE was a life changing event. Not only did I experience Provence and its beautiful landscapes, history, and culture, but I also was given a chance to meet a group of people who inspired me in so many unique ways. Erin Lewis is a phenomenal yoga instructor. She brings such a calming presence and expert knowledge to her practice; I felt so comfortable and well taken care of knowing Erin was there. I would highly recommend to take a yoga retreat with EAT.PRAY.MOVE, as it is a trip I will never forget. "

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Sarah from New York, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I can’t begin to express my thanks for the week in Venice. I am still in disbelief that it ever happened! I still can’t decide what part of it was my favorite - the mask making was so unique and informative, the walking tours laid out the city—but I think if all I had done was the boat ride to Murano and dinner at Ai Barbicani, I could have gone home happy. Honestly, even just the hotel was great - I’m already recommending it to friends. The yoga space was gorgeous - and the staff were incredible. I also really loved the art classes. I usually have to beg to stop to take photos, so to be in a space where someone encouraged it was so refreshing! Our group stayed together most of the time (even in our off time), and all of the buzz was fantastic and so positive. Cornelia talked in our off time about how the retreat was so much more than what she expected, and Laura was really taken by the art projects, and Alicia just loved the tiramisu! We all talked about how the yoga and art were shaping our view of the city, how much we loved all the details and how we were SO GLAD we didn’t have to organize it ourselves! By the third night, everyone was saying they already felt like they could go home happy. Thank you for presenting me with this incredible opportunity."

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

  • Review by Curt from Texas, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I know all of us on that retreat are huge Erin fans and can’t sing the EAT.PRAY.MOVE praises loud enough. It is the most incredible way to travel. Erin has every detailed covered and it takes the stress out of international travel. I know I am getting an amazing travel experience at an incredible value. The accommodations are always world-class and the activities and adventures always provide cultural emersion with local experiences."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Kim from New York, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Thanks for another incredible adventure! Croatia is beautiful, and I really feel I got to see the best-of-it, with the itinerary you created!...I especially enjoyed the yoga and meditation. I feel more encouraged than I have previously to incorporate both into my day-to-day life, especially the meditation! Thanks again, and see you soon!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Ethan from Georgia, USA
    10 out of 10

    "This was my first Yoga retreat (I attended with my girlfriend) and it was terrific. Erin has created a great concept and runs a great business. She said she loves to travel and she loves yoga and she has merged these passions into a very unique experience. The yoga was technically pure and diverse without the rigid atmosphere you might expect. The day trips were a mix of city, village, and nature environments. The accommodations and itinerary allowed us to make new friends. In fact, many of our new friends told us that this is the way they travel because of what Erin has put together. You eat well, have sessions of yoga, see parts of the world you will never see againall in one week!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Eugenia from Georgia, USA
    10 out of 10

    "What a treat it was to experience France for the first time with EAT.PRAY.MOVE. Erin was a wonderful host who led thoughtful, challenging, and accessible classes in addition to daily excursions that provided a view of the Provenal region from many different angles. The accommodations and landscapes were breathtaking and I couldnt ask for a better group to share the week with. I returned with new friends, a renewed love of yoga, and inspired to travel more. Thank you Erin and EAT.PRAY.MOVE for a memorable experience!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Stacy from Pennsylvania, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I had the best time in Italy with you! I keep thinking about all the amazing people I met on the retreat and all that we saw and learned. Thank you so much for that experience and I look forward to taking more retreats with you in the future."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Mary from North Carolina, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I just wanted to thank you for a lovely experience. I enjoyed everything we did, ate, saw, you name it! I plan on raving about you and your lovely, well planned experience."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Camile from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Wanted to tell you how much we enjoyed this trip. The food was delicious, the accommodations were so unique and so lovely and of course Icelands landscape was just breath taking. Thank you for planning a great trip, this will certainly not be my last!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Lauren from New York, USA
    10 out of 10

    "My EAT.PRAY.MOVE Morocco retreat was the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure. Every aspect of the trip was perfectly executed, from accommodations to dinners, and the women I met were incredible. I will absolutely do another trip with Erin in the future!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Liz from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Our Moroccan yoga retreat was a dream come true for me. I loved everything about EAT.PRAY.MOVE! I truly enjoyed our twice daily yoga practices as well as our day tours into Marrakech for some unique cultural experiences. Erin did a fantastic job with every detail of this retreat. She made it an unforgettable travel experience for us. Im looking forward to attending future yoga retreats...I want more of EAT.PRAY.MOVE!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Michele from Vancouver, Canada
    10 out of 10

    "The Marrakesh retreat was like a dream. Every detail from the warm welcome to the departure lunch was fabulous and so thoughtful. Erins wonderful personality along with all the women in our group created a beautiful energy full of fun, adventure and inspiration. Everyday there were new activities, treasures to see at Peacock Pavillions, yoga postures and beautiful table settings in the stunning dinning tent. Along with Erin, Maryam and Chris were so welcoming and made us feel so comfortable. Peacock Pavilions was an amazing and perfect setting for EPM. Thanks so much Erin, my mom and I had a fantastic week and we look forward to another one...maybe Italy next."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Bonnie from Pennsylvania, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I have always had a love of travel and a spirit of adventure, but as an almost 69-year old single woman, I believed my opportunities were limited and tame. Then EAT.PRAY.MOVE came into my life and boy am I hooked! I signed up for the September trip to Marrakech and it was one of the finest travel experiences of my life. The accommodations were beautiful, the service. Wonderful, the feeling of family and good friends surrounded us. Instead of being in a hotel, with the usual hotel culture, I was able to experience a true Moroccan lifestyle, including delicious food served on a delightful porch near the beautiful pool during the day and in a picturesque tent in the evening. The activities were fabulous: walking around in the walled old city with shopping galore, going on a day trip to a beach town, including riding a camel, (I fantasized being Lawrence of Arabia) and dining in exceptional Marrakech restaurants. We received henna treatments and spent an afternoon at a spa. Of course, there was yoga and meditation every day, too. It was a wonderful, exciting and affordable trip. I cant wait to see next years schedule!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Erin from North Carolina, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I am still dreaming about my recent EAT.PRAY.MOVE yoga retreat in Marrakesh, Morocco. Everything Erin planed for the trip was above my expectations! Not only was the trip perfectly planned to include a fantastic cultural experience... the yoga sessions (twice a day) and instruction took me to a deeper level of practice. Erin really took the time to help me improve and excel each day of the retreat. This will not me my last EAT.PRAY.MOVE trip...cant wait to see what she is planning for next year!!!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Leigh-Ann from Ohio, USA
    10 out of 10

    "The yoga retreat to Ischia was amazing. I was not sure what to expect when I first signed up. Erin did an awesome job researching and planning everything for the group. The yoga was motivating and enjoyable, the villa was incredible, the day trips were very thought out and the food was yummy! I will be signing up for another trip! Thanks Erin!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Anne from New York, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Thank you so much for being such a wonderful host. I had an incredible time. The accommodations, the food, the yoga, the day trips.... everything exceeded my expectations. And to top it off, I feel like Ive made a few really good friends!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Mary from Indiana, USA
    10 out of 10

    "I do want to thank you again for planning and offering this lovely trip. It was so enjoyable on many levels and everyone here was so easy to be with. It was a fabulous vacation, one of my best! I loved Tuscany, the lovely villa, yoga and the other guests, the food , the wine and the beautiful countryside. Our host Julian was most knowledgeable, kind and engaging. His knowledge of history, art and culture was quite enlightening. I recommend the trip to anyone."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Incia from Canada
    10 out of 10

    "A big thanks to you and to Julian for being such wonderful hosts! I had a trip of a lifetime! Thanks for making dreams come true!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Yoryani from Florida, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Thank you for the best experience of my life. I can't even remember the last time I cried so hard. Mostly tears of joy but also a deep nostalgic longing. You, Julian and all my new yoga buddies are the most wonderful people I have ever met in my life. My time in Marrakesh was unforgettable, I have never felt so happy."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Rene Castro from California, USA
    10 out of 10

    "My wife and I have participated on four EPM retreats. Each time we have been completely captivated by the experience. The locations are absolutely spectacular. The food and wine is local, healthy, fresh and delicious. The daily trips are personal, structured (but not overly so), enthralling, adventurous and chic. This is not your uncles travel guide tour. Erin offers an intimate and deeply restorative experience. It is invitation to form lifetime friendships with people who are curious, joyful and fun.Many times we feel like we are not only getting a sense for a place but being invited to peer behind the veil and see what is invisible to many travelers, all informed by Erins appreciative eye for beauty, story and style.Finally the yoga is inclusive and healing. I love the music, the settings, the flow and Erins ability to meet you where you are at in your practice.Eat, Pray, Move is our first choice for international travel, personal restoration and inspiration. We highly recommend the experience!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Sharon from Texas, USA
    10 out of 10

    "Loved our retreat with EAT.PRAY.MOVE! I own Serenity Yoga in Mineola, TX and wanted to travel but also incorporate yoga into my daily routine. Along with two of my members, we joined Erin in Provence and took advantage of this fabulous retreat! Erin was great to find a perfect balance of yoga, adventure and a spa day that was wonderful. I would definitely join Erin again at another retreat in the near future. I loved her yoga practice and her well organized daily excursion trips. Our accommodations, in a beautiful villa, were fabulous!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Marja from New York, USA
    10 out of 10

    "EAT.PRAY.MOVE Tuscany was the perfect balance of culture, relaxation, and joie de vivre. Erin curates a retreat that makes you feel the furthest thing from a tourist, exposing you to the local haunts and gems of Tuscany. Thank you for so many beautiful memories made in Tuscany. I can't begin to tell you what an amazing time I had! What an incredible, beautiful, and graceful woman you are. I can't wait to join you around the world again! Thank you."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Marsha from Texas, USA
    10 out of 10

    "EAT.PRAY.MOVEs retreat to France was so well planned, and each day was filled with delightful yoga, interesting tours throughout the region, top quality accommodations and superb meals. This retreat exceeded my expectations in every way. If you love yoga and travel, I recommend Eat.Pray.Move for an adventure of a lifetime."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Catherine from New Jersey, USA
    10 out of 10

    "My trip to Provence with EAT.PRAY.MOVE was a life changing event. Not only did I experience Provence and its beautiful landscapes, history, and culture, but I was also given a chance to meet a group of people who inspired me in so many unique ways. Erin Lewis is a phenomenal yoga instructor. She brings such a calming presence and expert knowledge to her practice; I felt so comfortable and well taken care of knowing Erin was there. I would highly recommend to take a yoga retreat with EAT.PRAY.MOVE, as it is a trip I will never forget."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Danielle from Toronto, Canada
    10 out of 10

    "Deciding to finally live my dream and go to Morocco, when finding EPM and the Luxury Marrakesh package I was immediately sold! Erin did an outstanding job to really deliver a luxury retreat without missing a beat! Her knack for style, taste, and overall experience is bang on! I just wish it never ended! From the food selections to the markets, hotels, spas, wine tasting, mule treks and yoga (of course), it was all around exceptional. She has created the ultimate experience, and I look forward to adding another one of her retreats to my list! Thank you, Erin and EPM, for a life altering experience that I will always cherish!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Maryam from UK
    10 out of 10

    "The Tuscany retreat was that good that I signed up for the next one! It delivered beyond my expectations. I was showered with warmth at Julian and Amanda's stunning villa where the views are to die for! The day excursions and yoga were well balanced and afforded time for quite relaxation. My energy levels were always at a high thanks to the daily serving of fresh and wholesome Italian cuisine. Erin created a class atmosphere which was focused yet fun. As a Yoga teacher myself I found Erins years experience hugely beneficial, her wealth of knowledge tailored both to myself and Yoga newbies. She is extremely travel savvy and had plenty of recommendations about the must-sees and dos of Italy. This is handy if, like myself, you want to extend your trip. I have been to many yoga retreats but this one stands out as the best. It's contemporary, cost effective but luxurious. Another bonus of the retreat was meeting a variety of personalities. I still stay in contact with some members of our group and we plan to meet at the next retreat.(Ischia) If you desire a getaway which explores culture and personal wellbeing then Eat Pray Move is for you! Thanks Erin, can't wait for the next adventure."

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Rebecca from USA
    10 out of 10

    "The Tuscany retreat was an amazing experience! I love yoga and love to travel so this was the perfect combination and a great balance of both. The yoga classes were very accessible for all levels and Erin tailored the classes to meet everyones level. The accommodations were very welcoming and comfortable, it almost felt surreal to be staying in a beautiful Tuscan villa overlooking the rolling hills of Tuscany and Umbria. The food was amazing and didnt leave you hungry just wanting more because it was so delicious! This was my first time in Italy so I really loved the day excursions and getting to explore Florence and other nearby hilltop towns. The small group setting was perfect and allowed people to get to know one another and forge new friendships. I would recommend an Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Retreat to anyone. It exceeded my expectations! I cant wait to go on another retreat. Thank you Erin!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Rene and Elizabeth from UK
    10 out of 10

    "Erin, you've made us appreciate yoga, traveling and eating well to another level. And not to mention the friendships we've made. Thank you. I can't wait to see you again!"

    Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats website, edited

  • Review by Carole from Luxembourg

    "I have had my Iceland guide for ten years and my yoga practice for over 20. This Iceland retreat met all my expectations. The well thought-through itinerary for the discovery of a new place, meeting amazing & lovely people, Erin’s knowledge of the area & yoga and the food. The yoga classes were a relaxed start into an amazing day, accessible & deeply enjoyable for all levels of practitioners. The perfect mix for discovering an amazingly intriguing country. I would travel with EPM again, anytime, hopefully soon."

    January 26, 2017. Eat.Pray.Move Yoga Holiday Retreats, edited

Chiusi, Italy

Eat.Pray.Move offers retreats with selected locations, healthy cuisine, and exotic excursions to make each one memorable and restorative for the body and soul.

from --

7 days / 6 nights


Arrival: Sunday April 15, 2018
Departure: Saturday April 21, 2018

Why choose BookYogaRetreats.com

  • Best Price Guaranteed
  • 5926 Yoga Retreats Worldwide
  • Friendly and Fast Customer Service
  • Offers for every budget
  • No Booking Fees