Wanna Trains Top 5 Yoga Studios in Bali!

18.03.2019

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Wait, did somebody say Bali was into Yoga…?
One of the top visited destinations for yoga & escaping those everyday woes, Bali, the Island of the Gods, has some of the most incredible yoga studios far and wide! Whether you’re looking for beach side shalas or rainforest escapes, Bali has well & truly got you covered! Now, finding a studio isn’t the hard part, they’re hidden down every gang & found on every corner, what the hard part is, is knowing which ones are the good ones, which ones you want to Insta check into & which ones have the best space to just check out. Well we have gone & Shavasanaed all over & narrowed it down to 5 beautiful spaces just for you!

The Practice – Canggu

Canggu based yoga studio, The Practice, aims to bring the authentic teachings of yoga back to yoga, whether on or off the mat. A beautiful bamboo structure that brings a sense of calmness & tranquility to the busy street of Batu Bolong, where scooter engines are switched off before reaching the parking lot to ensure minimal noise pollution for all practicing yogis. With 9 principles as their foundation, The Practice aims to be the preferred training center for yogis world wide, with various 50hour trainings, a 300hour, numerous workshops, coaching options and a daily practice schedule, it’s hard to find reasons not to practice, at The Practice. With drop ins starting at 100k upwards, with ample packages to purchase and a space like no other studio in Canggu, it really does deliver everything you could want when seeking inner stillness in Bali. Although their practice can be seen as more traditional, they stand firm in their beliefs & Wanna Train can’t fault their pure passion towards creating trust, passion & community. Wanna Practice?

Samadi Yoga Bali – Canggu

A little slice of tropical paradise off of Jl. Padang Linjong, Samadi Yoga has everything a yogi could need, with 2 beautiful stilted yoga shalas with glass walls, up to 6 classes per day – including a dreamy 5.30pm Yin five times per week (arrive early – these get busy)! Samadi Yoga not only provides yoga classes, they provide retreats, accommodation, spa treatments, all the healthy food and even has its own swimming pool! Step off the concrete path and into an immersive green, serene yoga environment, ready to take on anything, those busy Canggu streets, the famous shortcut, and the search for the best green juice in town! We love this little Canggu hideaway, with its huge supportive community, its weekly Sunday local market & excellent teachers! Drop ins start at 140k, with monthly unlimited memberships at 2.2million IDR & discounted rates for Kitas holders and locals! Join one of their special events or workshops, try a new style of yoga or just come and restore your batteries at Samadi! Wanna Yoga?

Seminyak Yoga Shala – Seminyak

Found in the heart of Seminyak is Seminyak Yoga Shala, or sometimes known as Divine Goddess, due to their beautifully stocked shop situated below, selling everything a budding yogi could ever desire! From mats to clothing & sticking to a plastic free zone, Wanna Train became an avid fan of this small, cosy studio! Offering a real personalised, hands on approach to teaching yoga, with small classes filled with knowledge, energy & adjustments. Seminyak Yoga Shala offers an Ashtanga based approach, with up to four daily classes of: Mysore Style Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Hatha and once weekly Yin, it really does offer a variety for all yogis to escape from their busy Seminyak days! Classes start from 7.30am, with their last class at 5.30pm, which allows both local and traveller to find the perfect time to get their flow on under the guidance of their established teachers. The studio first opened its doors in 2013, developing a name for itself due to their Ashtanga based practice, something Wanna Train was very new to, but enjoyed thoroughly! With drop ins starting at a competitive price of 140k, with options for 5 classes, 11 classes & monthly Mysore pass for 1.5mil IDR! Wanna Ashtanga?

The Yoga Barn – Ubud

Do you even do yoga if you haven’t been to The Yoga Barn? Situated in Ubud, The Yoga Barn is the ultimate yogi hangout when in Bali! The hub for all things spiritual, the stomping ground for all things wellness and packed full of everything that heals, enlightens & strengthens the body. The Yoga Barn has developed a true name for itself over the years, with up to 20 classes per day, from both resident & guest teachers, including: meditations, slow flow, ashtanga, yin & more – a building dedicated to healing, nutrition and massage with the freshest juice bar and cafe in town! Whether a dedicated yogi or one just trying out, The Yoga Barn has something for you! Drop ins start from 130k, with various pass options, workshops, teacher trainings and onsite accommodation for those wanting the full Yoga Barn experience. Get the phones at the ready, put on your best yogi outfit and get flowing at The Yoga Barn! Wanna get spiritual?

Morning Light Yoga – Uluwatu

Located cliffside in Uluwatu, in and amongst Uluwatu Surf Villas, Morning Light Yoga really does bring a whole new level of peacefulness to Bali. The open sided wooden shala moulds all the senses together in beautiful unison, with the sounds of the waves crashing to one side, the salty ocean breeze, luscious green surroundings and the some of the best yogi prompts we’ve had during a practice! With daily morning flows & twice daily weekend flows, it really does give you the chance to experience all Uluwatu has to offer whilst still getting your morning practice in! Drop in rates start at 120k, with options for weekly and monthly memberships, with up to 3 teachers rotating between classes, you can really work on advancing your practice here at Morning Light Yoga. Finish your practice on a high, and rehydrate with a free coconut at their on site restaurant, or hop on your bike to find some awesome eateries nearby! We fully fell in love with this Uluwatu gem & can’t wait to practice here again! Wanna go in the Morning Light?

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