Spirituality is rooted in Balinese culture and the Hindu religion. With Bali’s mindful atmosphere, it’s no surprise that world-class yoga studios have blossomed on the island, providing an oasis of peace for the body, mind and soul. The lush surroundings, tropical forests and the ocean will enrich your yoga experience. If you visit Bali’s studios, you’ll see how a location can improve your daily yoga practice.
Blue Earth Village is more than a yoga studio. It’s also an evolving educational and community hub, located in Amed, a little fishing village on the East Coast of Bali. Their goal is to create an open and non-judgmental space for both the mind and body. They offer several classes in their dreamy shala that overlooks the sacred Mount Agung. What a spot.
Also located in central Ubud, Radiantly Alive opened its doors in 2012, with the mission of creating an inspiring community that supports vibrant living. They have three studios with a variety of different practices and workshops, including Sky Yoga Flow, where people can experience yoga poses while suspended on straps hanging from the roof.
For those who would like to experience practicing yoga in a shala that’s off the beaten path in a quieter area of Ubud, Ubud Yoga House is the perfect location. Can you imagine embracing your yoga flow while being mesmerized by the surrounding lush nature? Their vision is to support “yoga for everybody” and the ambiance is welcoming and serene.
Desa Seni is a village resort with a dreamy open-air, tropical yoga studio. The passionate teachers offer a variety of yoga classes, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Yin, Alignment and Adjustment and Meditation. Also, they foster local culture, traditions and art, through workshops and events. And there’s more: a holistic spa, organic farm and restaurant. They have all you need for a conscious and sustainable stay in Bali.