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4 Days Adventure and Yoga Holiday in Ubud, Indonesia

Purana Boutique Resort, Banjar Kumbuh, Desa Mas, Ubud, Gianyar, Bali 8057, Indonesia

Yoga Retreat Ubud

Enjoy a perfect moment in Ubud by pampering your body with daily yoga and a traditional Balinese massage. The coconut trees on both sides of the resort, as well as the exciting activities that are planned for you, will help create a unique experience. Free you mind from the daily routine and join this unforgettable yoga retreat with Purana Boutique Resort.

Highlights

  • Daily morning yoga
  • 1 Balinese massage
  • 1 White water rafting
  • 1 Tour to Taman Ayun, Beratan, and Bedugul
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast

Skill level

  • Beginner

Yoga styles


3 days with instruction
The maximum participants in the group is 10
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Accommodation

Check-in Time:
14:00
Check-out Time:
12:00

Facilities

  • Shopping
  • Spa
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)
  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Kitchen
  • Special menu request
  • Yoga deck
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Library
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet

Purana Boutique Resort is a small resort which consists only of 10 rooms. The villa for this package is the one bedroom pool villa with private pool, the best choice for relaxing and escaping from the bustling city of Ubud. The main highlight of this resort is the butler service; each room has its personal assistance to arrange your itinerary in the resort.

The Puranas is derived from Sanskrit, meaning ancient. It is a group of texts containing stories of mythology in ancient times. Later, Puranas was associated with Tri Murti, the three balancing forces in the universe: creator, protector, and destroyer. The Puranas emphasized filial piety. Purana Boutique Resort represents the feature of this harmony in the service.

The villa was designed with an inspiration in Balinese architecture, featuring natural finished teak wood and natural stones. Here, you will be surrounded by the textures and color of nature, dressed slate, tiles, smooth unpainted wood, soft homespun fabrics, intricate worked copper, and flowers and foliage.

One bedroom pool villa with private pool

This private villa features an infinity pool with an artistic design and wooden sun deck, as well as a dining pavilion with kitchenette, offering a great view of greenery, coconut trees, and vegetation. The villa features white washed wood finishing, wooden floor, and a high quality king size bed with mosquito net.

The room is also equipped with a sofa bed, a 36-inch LED television, DVD player, iPod, and soft, elegant, high quality cotton linen. Its spacious bathroom features a marble, semi-open bathtub, as well as a shower made of natural stone and luxury sanitary and bathroom amenities.

Retreat location

Ubud has a known history going back to the eighth century, when the Javanese Hindu priest Rsi Marhandya came to Bali from Java and meditated at the confluence of the two Wos Rivers at Campuan (the area where Purana Boutique resort is located); just south of the modern day town center.

Here, a shrine was established and later expanded by Dang Hyang Nirartha, the Javanese priest who is regarded as the founder of Bali's religious practices and rituals as they are known today. At this time, the area was a center of natural medicine and healing and that is how the name Ubud originated, as Ubad is ancient Balinese for medicine.

Further temples and monasteries were established over the next 400 hundred years or so. The temple complex at Gunung Kawi, and the cave temples at Goa Gajah (just east and northeast of Ubud) are architectural remains from this period. Many of the dances, drama, and rituals originated at this time are still practiced in Ubud today.

King Airlangga ruled all of Java and Bali in this era, and his seat of government was located in what is now the village of Batuan, just southeast of Ubud. The Javanese Majapahit Kingdom conquered Bali in 1343, and the key final victory was against the Pejeng Dynasty, centered at Bedulu, just to the east of Ubud. A great flowering of Balinese culture followed and the ancestry of Ubud's current day aristocratic families can be traced back to this period.

In the sixteenth century, there was a total transplantation of the Majapahit Kingdom to Bali, as the Islamization of Java forced them eastwards. Power flip-flopped between various dynasties and feudal lords, but the Ubud area remained a very important cog in the various regencies which ruled the island.

In 1900, Ubud became a Dutch protectorate at its own request, and the colonialists interfered little, allowing the traditional arts and culture of the area to remain relatively unchanged. The modern era of Ubud is began in the 1930s, when foreign artists were encouraged by the royal family to take up presence in the town. From their Ubud base, the likes of Walter Spies and Rudolph Bonnet were instrumental in promoting an understanding of Balinese art and culture worldwide. This also included Mario Blanco, the exotic artist painter who felt in love and marry with Balinese lady, Ni Rondji of Penestanan village.

From the 1960s onwards, travelers started to arrive in earnest, mostly intrepid types as the infrastructure was still very limited indeed. Since then, Ubud has developed rapidly into a high profile, top class, international destination, whilst still maintaining its integrity as the center of Balinese art and culture.

Nearby places

  • Artistic Center of Cultural Ubud - 15 minutes
  • Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS) - 90 minutes

Unique features

Activities

  • Massage
  • Spa
  • Swimming
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)

General

  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Balcony
  • Concierge desk
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • In-room safe
  • Kitchen
  • Mini bar
  • Restaurant
  • Special menu request
  • Yoga deck

Services

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Toiletries
  • Tour assistance
  • Wireless internet

Food

The gajah or elephant is believed to have the inner power to protect the balance. The Gajah Resto, Purana's restaurant, offers a combination of wonderful Balinese specialties, Western dishes, and Indonesian food. Vegetarian or gluten-free diets can be accommodated during your stay.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Drinks

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

  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten Free
  • 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)

During your retreat, you can book additional spa treatments at an additional cost.

What's included

  • 1 Balinese massage
  • 1 full-day tour of Taman Ayun, Beratan, and Bedugul
  • 1 lunch
  • 1 white water rafting trip
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 3 yoga sessions
  • Daily breakfast

What's not included

  • Additional activities
  • Additional meals
  • Airfare
  • Airport pick up
  • Personal expenses

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). You can the arrive by car to the resort.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 100% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.

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