Published: 06-06-2014 - Last Edited: 10-11-2022
Planning a trip to Bali? If you’re a devoted student of yoga, it’s likely that Ubud will be the first stop on your itinerary. But with a handful of studios around town, and a vast array of classes and styles to choose from, you might feel slightly overwhelmed.
It’s a jungle out there!
Which might not be a bad thing, if you’re in the mood to perfect your asanas in a studio that overlooks a real jungle. In fact, if you want to immerse yourself in an environment surrounded by lush palm and banana trees – and don’t much mind the sound of roosters crowing, then you’re in for a treat at Radiantly Alive.
Located in the heart of Ubud, a stone’s throw from the post office and Bali Buda restaurant, Radiantly Alive offers an abundance of classes, teacher trainings, therapies and a shop inside the entrance.
First thing in the morning, awaken your body with the soothing sounds and movements of Gentle Flow. Once your body is rejuvenated, and your time is free for more, why not explore Vinyasa, Yin or Tibetan Heart yoga.
The full slate of drop-in classes includes Yoga Dance, Pilates, Qi Gong and Prenatal Yoga.. And if your body needs a good dose of inversions, sign up for Fly High Yoga. Flipping yourself upside down will do wonders for your body, by releasing tensions and re-invigorating your soul.
Finally, help your body wind down by signing up for a breathwork class, or one of the many in-house holistic therapies – such as colonic hydrotherapy, acupuncture or intuitive healing massage; all very professional and knoweldgeable.
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