The Indonesian island of Bali is becoming well known as an idyllic healing oasis and place for rejuvenation and relaxation. What better way to rejuvenate than by joining a dynamic yoga class? The next step is to choose the best yoga class that suits your needs and time requirements. From beginners to expert practitioners, here are just a few amazing options, but please leave a comment and add to the list.
It''s easy to find a quiet place to rest at The Yoga Barn, Ubud
There are over seventy five classes each week to choose from at this spacious and tranquil corner of Ubud. From Classical Hatha to Iyengar yoga, there is something for everyone at The Yoga Barn. Apart from running a host of drop in classes, they conduct regular retreats and offer Ayurvedic healing consultations. Every year, they host the Bali Spirit Festival, which is a truly uplifting and invigorating event. After class, you can enjoy some healthy raw food at Garden Kafe.
If joining a yoga class on a small tropical island is your idea of heaven, then this is the place for you. The Yoga Shack is made entirely from natural fibres, and the open design allows the sea breeze to flow right through the classes, with views to the garden beyond. Located in the Secret Garden Bungalow complex, the yoga shala offers a range of classes to suit all levels of ability.
Sitting like a giant turtle on the edge of the sea at Sanur Beach, Power of Now Oasis is a genuinely soothing place to practice yoga. Classes run throughout the week and there is a relaxing tea house and chill out space downstairs. They also offer a range of healing treatments, including detoxification retreats.
Located in a peaceful Eco Village, from Ashtanga to Vinyasa yoga,attending classes here is a real treat. This is the kind of place that is very difficult to leave. Desa Seni's tropical gardens are organically cared for and all the buildings have been sustainably sourced and you can even stay in their 160 year old traditional Indonesian family home.
There are so very many unique and wonderful places to practice yoga in Bali, so which is your favourite?