Bali is simply the perfect place for yoga - the whole island has a unique, spiritual atmosphere and a very large selection of yoga studios and courses. Therefore you will find my personal recommendations for Ubud and Canggu in this little guide.
1. The Practice
The Practice is one of my absolute favourite studios and after me one of the most beautiful in Bali. Super centrally located in the hustle and bustle of Canggu, you only have to turn into a side street and you will find this quiet oasis with a very special atmosphere. In The Practice is taught by selected, experienced teachers and I found the quality of the lessons really unique. We attended a Moon Hatha class there in the evening and found the class very special, thoughtful and grounded. Not least because of the very special Bamboo Yoga Shala with a view of the rice fields (and the beautiful staircase ;)) it was definitely worth a visit.www.thepracticebali.com
3. Samadistyle: Advanced Ashtanga Yoga in the traditional self-practicing Mysore In addition, there are also Vinyasa Flow, Yin Yoga and Meditation Classes, as well as various workshops, events & trainings such as Breathwork, Yoga Nidda workshops and much more.
Highlight: Healthy Soulfood in the corresponding Café - Porridge, Bowls, Smoothies and every Sunday from 9-14 o'clock there is an Organic Market.
There are some Indonesian/Balinese teachers teaching here and we also had the feeling that many locals visit the classes there. The atmosphere is super relaxed, the studio is located between rice fields and is furnished in typical Balinese style. I visited a Slow Vinyasa class with Nina and can only recommend her - the class was very creative and she responded individually to her students.
5. Odyssey Mvmt
The Odyssey Yoga Studio sees itself as a holistic movement, where both Yoga philosophy and functional fitness workouts have their place.
1. Yoga Barn
We attended a Fly High, Slow Flow and Yoga with free weights session here - all classes were really nice and well attended.
2. radiantly alive
At Radiantly Alive there are three very nice Yoga Shalas and daily up to 15 classes of different kinds take place, so there is something for everyone.
We unfortunately didn't make it back then - but for the next visit it is definitely on the list!
3. intuitive flow
If you are looking for a very special yoga experience in the middle of the jungle, I can only recommend the Palma Resort near Ubud. Here up to 3 yoga classes take place daily, which are free for hotel guests and where you have an incomparable view into the jungle. In addition to the classic Morning Flow class, Aerial Yoga and Sunset Yoga will also take place. The resort is certainly not cheap, but for 1-2 nights an incomparable experience.