how much is a yoga class in bali?

Pricing to keep your yoga practice while in Bali

The island of Bali has long been the perfect place to practice the art of yoga. From beginner to intermediate, to experienced yogi and yoginis, Bali offers yoga studios and classes, yoga workshops, yoga wear, and yoga gear.

Yoga spots and prices in Bali vary from group, private, and free community classes. Practicing yoga in Bali also gives you a chance to get to know yoga communities, connect with yogi and yoginis from all over the world, and share your passions with each other. 

With its peaceful and paradise-like surroundings, its spiritual vibes and wide-open spaces, the Island of the Gods is the perfect yogi playground.

You can choose from hip and happening yoga classes in Canggu or Seminyak to more traditional and ancient practices in Ubud.

Indonesian yoga studios are just waiting for you but, before diving into it, let’s have a look at the prices for a yoga class in Bali.

What is the average price of Group Classes?

The average price of a drop-in class is 12 USD in the Seminyak area, 9 in the Uluwatu area, and 10 USD in Ubud. If you want to make the most of the experience of Balinese yoga masters for a week, the price is around 65 USD.

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If you are determined in your practice, many studios offer the possibility to purchase a 5 class pass (about 35 USD) or a 10 class pass (about 80 USD in the Seminyak area and 60 USD in the Ubud area).

20 classes passes would be around 100 USD. Monthly unlimited passes are also available from 135 USD to 190 USD depending on studios.

How much are Private Yoga Classes in Bali?

Furthermore, private yoga classes are an excellent option for yogis of all levels. Practicing with a private teacher allows you to learn in a safe and supporting environment.

This may help you focus on challenging yourself instead of competing with others.

If you are intimidated by attending a group class, have an injury or need time focused on working towards a specific goal, you may choose a private lesson.

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The price can vary between 50 and 150 USD depending on location and teacher’s experience.

If you would like to have a smaller private group yoga class, a teacher is a great option for families, friends, and small yoga retreats. The price would be less than 50 USD per person.

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How much and where are Community Classes?

Some studio also provides occasional free entry at Community events. These events are organized for the Indonesian community. The ultimate purpose is to collect donations for the local population.

  • The Yoga Barn likes to give back to the community here in Bali through daily complimentary ‘community classes’, charity fundraising events, health education seminars, and yoga classes for staff.
  • At Udara Bali Yoga studio, close to Seseh, and at Alternative Beach near Batu Bolong beach, they organize free morning meditation and free ecstatic dance on Sunday at 11.00 am.
  • Furthermore, Pranava Yoga organizes Donation classes every Friday, and Canggu studio plans open free yoga classes for all levels on Thursday.

Bali’s studios offer deals that will perfectly fit your idea of a yoga-based holiday. You can buy deals for 5, 10, or 20 classes. You can otherwise join weekly or monthly passes if want to try different types of classes every day.

In this way, you can take part in a class of power yoga in the morning, followed by a more relaxing and meditative class of yin yoga later.


After deciding which class is right for you, you can generally show up half an hour before the drop-in class in the chosen studio to enjoy a group session.

And in the end, after a good stretch and a long savasana, you can enjoy a refreshing juice in a beautiful meditation garden.

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