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Christmas New Year Yoga Retreat - Bali

Christmas New Year Yoga Retreat Bali

Yoga Retreat Focus – Ubud, Bali

The Bali New Year Yoga Retreat in beautiful Ubud is a time to relax, rejuvenate and have the luxury of having time for a daily deepening of ones yoga practice, as well as, time for enjoying the delights of Bali. Practice yoga, meditation, pranayama and relaxation for 6 days in this stunning, tropical setting.

Dates:

26 Dec 2017 – 1 Jan 2018
26 Dec 2018 – 1 Jan 2019
26 Dec 2019 – 1 Jan 2020

Cost: US$1,500

Venue and Accommodation

The Shala Bali > is a beautiful purpose built yoga center in a quiet village area of Ubud. The Yoga pavilion is open on 3 sides with roll down blinds, for optimum air flow, with a polished timber floor. The view from the yoga pavilion offers a feast of lush, tropical gardens, coconut palms and rice paddy fields. Onsite twin share rooms in architecturally designed villa guest rooms, at The Shala Bali, are provided for our Retreat participants. The stylishly, furnished rooms, with their own bathrooms, have a view of either rice paddy fields or the 20 meter infinity line swimming pool. Darshana Veda Spa is right next door to The Shala Bali and forms part of The Shala Bali complex. Here you will be able to book in for an array of Ayurvedic and traditional spa treatments to further relax and rejuvenate during your time off from the Retreat schedule.

Yoga Retreat Includes

  • Morning & afternoon Vinyasa Yoga
  • Pranayama (breathing exercises)
  • Meditation
  • Ayurveda (talks on Ayurveda lifestyle)
  • Ayurvedic cooking
  • Airport pickup on your arrival
  • Yoga Philosophy talks
  • 2 Ayurvedic treatments – Abyanga massage, Shirodhara or Indian head massage
  • Daily nutritious, vegetarian breakfast

Lunch & Dinner

The Shala Bali & Darshana Retreat complex have two amazing onsite, vegetarian cafes to purchase lunch and dinner from. Mumbai Station > is an Ayurvedically inspired Indian, vegetarian cafe serving the best masala dosas in Ubud, as well as, a variety of home made chutneys and other Indian delicacies. The Shala Bali cafe > meals are Balinese and Internationally inspired and cater for special dietary needs including, gluten and sugar free options.

Yoga Studio

The open air yoga shala at The Shala Bali has polished timber floors and roll down blinds on 3 sides for optimal air flow. The view from the Yoga Shala is a feast of large coconut palms, lush gardens and rice paddy fields.

louisa sear

Lead Teacher

Louisa Sear

Meditation, pranayama, Vinyasa Yoga, Ayurvedic Lifestyle and Yoga Philosophy

Louisa has dedicated her life to the practice and teaching of Yoga. She is passionate in the inquiry to find ones true nature and freedom.

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About the Retreat

Includes:
Yoga tuition, twin share accommodation in stylish Balinese villas or Bungalows, 2 Ayurvedic treatments, daily, vegetarian breakfast & airport pick up (one way)

Bookings:
Booking early is advised for this retreat as it is very popular with our guests. Email Liz on info@yogarts.com.au and she will email you out the Retreats Registration Form and provide you with the Yoga Arts’ account details for payment to secure your place.

Magical Ubud

Located in the cool tranquil hills of Ubud, the Yoga Arts’ Ubud Christmas New Year Yoga Holiday Retreat is suitable for beginners to advanced yoga practitioners. Ubud offers scenic rural views surrounded by lush, fertile rice paddy fields. Ubud has a thriving community and town center with amazing restaurants, cafes, and day spas all within walking distance from The Shala Bali or a short taxi ride.

Bali Culture

Ubud is known as the artistic and cultural center of Bali. Art galleries, museums, painters, musicians, sculptures,Temple dancers and ceremonies are part of daily life in Ubud. The people of Ubud are warm, patient and friendly with many artists residing in and around Ubud.

Monkey Forest and Ubud Markets

The nearby famous Monkey Forest has a temple in the midst of a jungle filled with swinging and mischievousness monkeys.

A must visit is the Ubud Markets, in the center of town, which is a colorful experience loaded with typical Balinese craft stalls, silver, silks, sarongs, jewelry, clothes, local produce and an assortment of artifacts and treasures.

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