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Whether you’re an advanced yogi, a spiritual seeker hoping to embark on an internal journal of self-realisation, or simply a curious traveller eager to expand your knowledge a little on this ever-growing trend of yogis flocking to Bali to find peace of mind... Whatever the reason, you can be sure to find a teacher in Bali that suits your needs, a vast array of yoga styles and variations now readily available in most of the large towns and coastal areas which have become accustomed to welcoming foreign guests.
From Vinyasa to Ashtanga, Hatha, to Yin and even specialised flow for surfers, Bali has really established herself in recent years as a hub for all things yoga. Beautiful, peaceful scenery, along with unspoiled coastlines and ancient traditions combine to provide the perfect backdrop on which to learn yoga. Teachers and students alike are drawn from all over the world, and many end up staying to share the practice on. While there are several large new yoga schools with a set staff, regular timeslots and flows, many resorts and hotels also offer individual or private yoga classes on request, and it’s becoming increasingly common for yoga teachers to travel with their practice, facilitating workshops, private classes, and even retreats.
Here’s a list of some of YOGI TIMES’ favourite places to practice...