Yoga in Bali: Best Yoga Studios by region

Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, Ubud, Nusa Lembongan, Amed, Candidasa, the Gili Islands and many more places.

Yoga in Bali

Bali has many places to relax your body mind and soul. We have found the best yoga studios all over Bali! Find best yoga in Bali by region. No matter where you go, there is Yoga everywhere. Yoga in Nusa Lembongan, Yoga in Uluwatu, Yoga in Canggu, Yoga in Ubud. What are you waiting for? Find best places for Yoga in Bali now!

What is Yoga? What types of Yoga are there out there in Bali?

The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or bind and is a group of physical, mental, and spiritual practices and disciplines which originated in ancient India. Classical Yoga is a system of self-realisation that was codified by Patanjali sometime around 200 – 500 AD in a text called The Yoga Sutras.

1. Hatha Yoga

In many studios, hatha classes are considered a gentler fom of yoga. However, the Sanskrit term “hatha” actually refers to any yoga that teaches physical postures. Check out The Practise in Canggu for Yoga Studios offering Hatha Yoga. 

2. Vinyasa Yoga

Dynamic practice that links movement and breath together in a dance-like way. In most classes, you won’t linger long in each pose and the pace can be quick, so be prepared for your heart rate to rise!

3. Iyengar Yoga

Yoga blocks and blankets, straps or a ropes wall will help you to work within a range of motion that is safe and effective while practacing Iyengar Yoga. Each posture is held for a period of time.

Best when: Injured

4. Ashtanga Yoga

Consisting of six series of specifically sequenced yoga poses, you’ll flow and breathe through each pose to build internal heat. The catch is that you’ll perform the same poses in the exact same order in each class.

Best when: Routine lover

5. Bikram Yoga

Prepare to sweat! Bikram consists of a specific series of 26 poses and two breathing exercises practiced in a room heated to approximately 105 degrees and 40 percent humidity.

Best when: heat-resistent

6. Hot Yoga

Similar to Bikram, it’s practiced in a heated room. But teachers aren’t constrained by the 26-pose Bikram sequence.

Best when: heat-resistant freethinker

7. Kundalini Yoga

You’ll perform kriyas — repetitive physical exercises coupled with intense breath work — while also chanting, singing and meditating. The goal? To break through your internal barriers.

Best when: deeply spiritual

8. YIN Yoga

The opposite of a faster moving practice like Ashtanga, Yin Yoga poses are held for several minutes at a time. This meditative practice is designed to target your deeper connective tissues and fascia, restoring length and elasticity. 

Best when: uptight

9. Restorative Yoga

The mellow, slow-moving practice with longer holds gives your body a chance to tap into your parasympathetic nervous system, allowing you to experience deeper relaxation. 

Best when: stressed out

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