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Bali is known for being one of the top destinations for remote workers because of its tropical weather, great beaches, delicious food, fun nightlife, friendly locals, and low cost of living, among many other amazing reasons. But beyond their coworking spaces and many parties, one can unplug from the loud, fast-paced world and immerse themselves in the nature that surrounds Bali. Yoga retreats are very popular in the area, which is also why many remote workers visit.

Whether you’re a first-timer or an experienced yogi, there are so many retreats to join to help you find your inner peace. Read on as we share more about yoga retreats for remote workers in Bali and our top recommendations.

What Kind of Yoga Retreats are in Bali

You can join many kinds of yoga retreats in Bali, depending on where in the area you’ll stay.

In Canggu, there are yoga retreats that combine vinyasa flows with fun cooking classes to learn how to make healthier dishes. In Uluwatu, your yoga retreat will include surf trips with early yoga sessions as you watch the sunrise overlooking the Indian Ocean. In Ubud, you’ll get to learn more about yoga with stunning views of mountains and rainforests, may you be a beginner or advanced yogi.

Why Yoga Retreats in Bali are Perfect for Remote Workers

While Bali is a yogi hotspot with many yoga retreats to choose from, there are a few important factors you must consider:

Length of Stay

All yoga retreats would have a certain length, usually not including a. full day of activities on the first and last day. Check the itinerary or schedule of the retreat to see if the length of stay is just right or if you prefer something longer.

What’s Included?

Not all yoga retreats are the same. Many are usually all-inclusive while others are not. Budget plays an important factor here as well. When searching for yoga retreats, consider your budget and see whether meals are included, the type of accommodation you want, and the activities or treatments you’ll receive for the day.

Many retreats have a shared room option while most provide private rooms, with the latter coming at a higher price

Preferred Structure

Some yoga retreats allow you to do your own thing, giving you free rein over your day and choosing what activities you’d like to do. Usually, these aren’t private retreats, where outside visitors are allowed to come in for classes.

Many other yoga retreats would have a lot of structure, coming with a fixed schedule. These would be private retreats where you’ll be with a small group of people coming in for a specific time to practice yoga, eat together, and go on excursions. If you like being alone and going without company, you’ll want the less structured option. But if you want a fixed schedule and to interact with others, you’ll want the more structured option.

Top 10 Yoga Retreats for Remote Workers in Bali

If you’re still on the search for yoga retreats for remote workers in Bali, here are the best ones we recommend:

1. Basundari Resort & Retreat

Basundari Resort & Retreat is a tropical paradise where you will be doing yoga in the heart of the jungle! But even then, you won’t have to worry about being too far away from the city. You’ll be a mere 5-minute drive away from Ubud’s city center.

Think of this retreat as a safe space made for peace and relaxation amid the busy life. It’s a 1,200-square-meter sanctuary with many facilities to truly put your mind at ease, along with a yoga shala where you can take in breaths of fresh air with a view as you perform yoga classes.

Basundari Resort & Retreat Official Website

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Resort NameBasundari Resort & Reterat
Address + Google map linkJl. Raya Pejeng Kawan, Pejeng Kawan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80553, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationNo
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAccommodation with free breakfast and yoga classes
Extra ActivitiesUse of Facilities
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

2. Blooming Lotus Yoga

The Blooming Lotus Yoga is widely known for how they focus on classical yoga, making it the ultimate retreat if you’re looking to learn the traditional way. This center offers yoga programs for beginners and advanced yogis alike, along with yoga teacher training courses and silent retreats.

Blooming Lotus Yoga official website

Resort NameBlooming Lotus Yoga
Address + Google map linkBr. Mawang Kaja, Lodtunduh, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80571, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationYes
Yoga StylesHatha, Vinyasa, Restorative/Yin
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, yoga classes, and workshops
Extra ActivitiesMeditation, Satsang, and other workshops
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

3. Pelan Pelan Bali

This is a small, quaint yoga and surf retreat center, but don’t judge by the size! Pelan Pelan Bali offers another spectacular yoga retreat for remote workers with various accommodation styles within a green Balinese garden right above the river.

Whether you’re a solo remote worker, traveling with fellow remote workers, or with family, you are welcome here. Expect a laidback atmosphere where you can truly slow down and enjoy both yoga and surf classes.

Pelan Pelan Bali official website

Resort NamePelan Pelan Bali
Address + Google map linkJl. Raya Pejeng Kawan, Pejeng Kawan, Kecamatan Ubud, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80553, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationNo
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAccommodation with free breakfast and yoga classes
Extra ActivitiesUse of Facilities
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

4. Goddess Retreats

For empowered women remote workers, or any adventurous woman who would like to explore the Balinese culture while finding herself, Goddess Retreats is the perfect option.

You will be in an enchanting space where you won’t only get fun, down-to-earth yoga classes. You can also learn more about yourself, and improve your overall health, all while getting away from the hustle and bustle of the busy work life.

Goddess Retreats official website

Resort NameGoddess Retreats
Address + Google map linkJalan Braban Gang 333 A No.1, Banjar Taman Kerobokan, Kec. Kuta Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Bali 80361, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationYes
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, wellness therapies, spiritual and emotional wellness workshops, yoga classes, spa treatments, surf lessons, cultural activities
Extra ActivitiesOutdoor trips and other spa treatments not mentioned in the chosen retreat
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

5. Hotel Komune

Head over to the more secluded area of Bali, the East Coast. This is where you can explore the lush and unspoiled land, and where you can truly feel at peace without the loud noises and crowded areas.

Hotel Komune offers yoga retreats and fitness classes, focusing on improving your physical and mental health.

Hotel Komune official website

Resort NameHotel Komune
Address + Google map linkPantai Keramas St, Medahan, Blahbatuh, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80361, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationNo
Yoga StylesVinyasa, Iyengar, Restorative, Hatha, Pranayama, Yin, SUP Yoga, and more
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, yoga classes, fitness classes
Extra ActivitiesSpa treatments, private sessions, tours
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

6. Prana Veda

This is a bit far from the city center, making it perfect for complete getaways where you want tranquility and extraordinary experiences. This is a tropical paradise where you have direct access to the ocean, exotic gardens, and many more!

Their retreats are made to rebalance one’s life energy through yoga classes, spa treatments, and Ayurveda.

Prana Veda official website

Resort NamePrana Veda
Address + Google map linkJl. Arcana, Bondalem, Kec. Tejakula, Kabupaten Buleleng, Bali 81173, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodationNo
Yoga StylesYin yoga
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, yoga classes, meditation, joint activities, massage treatments
Extra ActivitiesSUP, boat trips, cooking classes, trekking, day excursions
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

7. UBUD AURA Retreat

This is an intimate retreat that has excellent staff who are always there to meet your wants and needs. Moreover, you can take advantage of their many facilities, along with a free shuttle so you can go around Ubud.

Of course, you can expect retreat-style accommodation and resort-like facilities. The center has its own yoga studio where they can organize group or private yoga sessions.

UBUD AURA Retreat official website

Resort NameUBUD AURA Retreat
Address + Google map linkJl. Hanoman No.888, Ubud, Kec. Gianyar, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodation?No
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAccommodation only
Extra ActivitiesSpa treatments, shuttle services, use of facilities
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

8. OM HAM Resort

OM HAM Resort is located in Bali’s yoga hub. While it’s a bit short, it’s quite a treat for remote workers looking for a quick getaway. You get to experience and use top-notch facilities that will immediately take you to the ultimate relaxation destination the moment you step into the resort.

If you only have a few days off from work or just want to add a bit of yoga to your itinerary, consider this retreat.

OM HAM Resort official website

Resort NameOM HAM Resort
Address + Google map linkJalan Tirta Tawar No.Road, Banjar Junjungan, Kec. Tegallalang, Kabupaten Gianyar, Bali 80571, Indonesia[Map
Coliving accommodation?No
Yoga StylesGentle flow and yoga for relaxing and destressing
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, yoga classes, meditation sessions, classes, airport transfer, spa treatments
Extra ActivitiesSpa treatments, mandala making, egg painting, batik class, Balinese dance class, cooking classes, and more
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

9. Oneworld Retreats

Oneworld Retreats is the sister company of Oneworld Ayurveda, which is the leading Ayurvedic Center in Southeast Asia! They offer a week-long retreat that combines yoga with the immersion of the authentic Balinese culture. Moreover, you will also get to go through journeys across Bali with Ayurvedic healing.

Oneworld Retreats official website

Resort NameOneworld Retreats
Address + Google map linkJl. Suweta Br. Sambahan, Ubud, Ubud, Gianyar Regency, Bali 80571, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodation?No
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, yoga classes, meditation sessions, spa treatments, Balinese ceremonies
Extra ActivitiesAll activities and excursions are included in the price
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

10. Bali Mandala

Bali Mandala is a bit more secluded, miles from the crowded touristy attractions. It’s a simple and serene center where you can find peace during yoga classes in their octagon-shaped meditation hall.

What’s great about the center is that they focus on sustainability. This means the center supports local farmers, and environment protection, and ensures that all their staff is paid accordingly. Enjoy your retreat and feel like you’re truly in Bali with all the fresh air you can get here!

Bali Mandala official website

Resort NameBali Mandala
Address + Google map linkPantai, Bondalem, Kec. Tejakula, Singaraja, Bali 81173, Indonesia [Map
Coliving accommodation?Yes
Yoga StylesUnspecified
Package InclusionsAll-inclusive with accommodation, meals, and yoga classes
Extra ActivitiesTrips, snorkeling, SUP, cooking classes
Price Range$$
Vegan FoodYes

Wrapping It Up

Bali is a holistic haven filled with lots of fun and relaxation. This is a place where remote workers come to heal and feel rejuvenated, hence its rightful name, “Island of the Gods.

Don’t wait any longer and look into any of these yoga retreats for remote workers in Bali for your upcoming trip! You deserve only the best form of rest and relaxation with a yoga retreat made for you.

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Mika is a digital nomad since 2014. She started her remote work career in digital marketing and every since she is traveling around Southeast Asia. Mika loves Yoga and sharing her insights and tips.