My Pick of The 5 Best Yoga Retreats in Ubud, Bali

5 Best Yoga Retreats in Bali
5 Best Yoga Retreats in Bali

My Pick of The 5 Best Yoga Retreats in Ubud, Bali

When most people think of Bali, they start to imagine the tropical golden sand beaches lined with coconut palms, frequented by golden surfers and bikini babes and of course healthy and luxurious yoga retreats in Ubud with views over the luscious green paddy fields. 

Ubud is one of the world’s ‘yoga and healing meccas,’ a small village tucked away inland on the island, surrounded by lush tropical jungle, rice terraces and sacred mountains in the distant horizon. Ubud was for many years home to a number of hippie/artist expats, however, in more recent years has rapidly become a hub for yoga, meditation and living healthier lifestyles, especially after the popularity of ‘Eat Pray Love’

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5 Best Yoga Retreats in Ubud

Yoga at Campuhan Ridge Walk, Ubud. Photo credit: (Shutterstock) & Outdoor Yoga Class, Bali. Photo credit: 

With the number of yoga retreats in Ubud that are popping up nowadays, it can be a bit confusing task trying to research and decide on which one is best for you! I’ve carefully put together the list below of the best yoga retreats in Ubud to help you decide on a yoga retreat that suits your needs.

And it’s not only Ubud where you’ll find amazing yoga. There are yoga retreats all over Bali – if you’d rather practice on a beach front shala on a tropical island or hidden in the jungle away from any other yogis or tourists then check out my post about the best yoga retreats in Bali.

Here’s my list of the 5 Best Yoga Retreats in Ubud, Bali:

The Yoga Barn

Located on the outskirts of the busier side of Ubud, in a peaceful spot close by the sacred monkey forest is one of the most wholesome places you could ever discover. The Yoga Barn in Ubud has become home to a multitude of healing modalities and assorted styles of yoga to suit any level of practice. The café inside and all food served on their retreats is ayurvedic, vegan and mostly raw with lots of healthy veggie juices to flood the body with all the good stuff! Other must mention highlights would be the regular ecstatic dance parties that are held here, for those who want to bliss out and dance away to the rhythm of life! The Yoga Barn is certainly the perfect place if you are looking for a yoga retreat in Ubud to completely rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit. Click here to check reviews and book yourself in for a retreat.


Oneworld Kumara Retreats

This is one of the incredible places and yoga retreats in Ubud, where you can come to completely immerse yourself in your own self-discovery and healing process. There’s a range of different yoga retreats to suit every ability level, amazingly healthy and delicious food served throughout, and even some very special cultural and spiritual rituals included in the course. Rooms are very spacious each with its own little private terrace, perfect for reading or sipping the ginger lemon honey tea left at your door every morning. The resort is also located not far from Ubud’s town center as well, very convenient for those who wish to explore the area whilst having some downtime on the retreat. Click here to read reviews and make a booking.

Five Elements Puri Ahimsa

Five Elements Puri Ahimsa Retreat is an eco-center cross luxury resort, tucked away from the hustle about 25 minutes out of town and sitting alongside the beautiful Ayung River. Their holistic integrative approach is quite unique and different to your regular yoga retreats; here they offer something for all the senses. There’s a huge range of detox and relaxation spa treatments, an absolutely delectably, gourmet plant-based raw menu served and many different styles of yoga and meditation classes (and other activities) to keep you moving and allow you to reconnect with yourself. Rooms and facilities are a touch of luxury in harmony with the eco-sustainability vibe of the resort. Elements Puri Ahimsa Retreat is certainly one of the most premium yoga retreats in Ubud. Click here to check out their top reviews for yourself and make your booking.


Bali Firefly

Bali Firefly is one of the most popular yoga retreats in Bali so you may have heard all about it already! A convenient 7 mins out from the heart of Ubud, with views over the lush rice paddies all the way to Mount Gunung Agung in the distance, this place is the perfect combination of tranquil hideaway and practicality. These retreats include a mix of Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin yoga classes, all organic plant-based meals and a couple of adventurous sightseeing activities if you’re up for it after all the yoga! The hosts at Bali Firefly are the warmest and beautiful people who go above and beyond to make sure every guest has an unforgettable experience. This is one of the best money for value yoga retreats in Ubud. Click here to read reviews and book your stay.

Om Ham Retreat and Resort

Just a short 12-minute drive outside the main hustle of Ubud is a hidden paradise that is home to the Om Ham Retreat and Resort. On arrival, you will soon realise why there is no better place to deepen your yoga and meditation practices. The entire place is overflowing with a beautifully tranquil and positive vibe.  All rooms face outward to the picturesque rice fields, a refreshing view to wake up to every morning! The traditional Kundalini Tantra Yoga classes are taught by Balinese Master Guru Ketut Asana are a specialty of this place and is truly a unique experience. Also worth mentioning are the traditional water purification ceremonies held at an ancient Balinese temple. This is definitely one of the more authentic Balinese experience yoga retreats in Ubud. Click here to check out their reviews and make a booking.


Read More: Ultimate Guide to Yoga in Ubud

Check out my other posts about Bali here

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