Ubud is magical, the spiritual and cultural heart of Bali
With so much to see, do and take part in.
The town is at the high center of the island, so cool mornings and nights to be enjoyed.
It is a hub of arts, crafts, museums and festivities.
Nearby there are many ancient locations for sightseeing -
Ubud is a haven for the travelling yogi searching for a yoga retreat.
Full of therapeutic practitioners, holistic healers, yoga studios, healthy raw food cafes, everything your yogi heart desires.
There is a huge amount of yoga retreats to choose from in Ubud.
Mostly mid to high-end retreat centers.
The area is full of beautiful luxury yoga retreats.
Either in the peaceful space of open paddy fields or in the forested river valley, perched on top of a ravine.
There is Balinese healing, meditation, detox, pampering spa treatments, rejuvenation, Ayurveda, pure relaxation, and all types of yoga styles to practice.
The spa menus are amazing and you can indulge for the time you are here in the world class spas.
The Ubud retreat experience really is quite luxury and the resorts come with first class facilities in terms of the food, studios, gyms and teachers.
The classes are run by world renowned teachers.
Enjoy incredibly nutritious and delicious food, whatever you are looking for - organic, vegan, vegetarian, raw...
And then there is the comfortable luxurious accommodation, the infinity pool overlooking the raw nature of rainforest and paddy fields, and the incredible facilities and fitness studios.
These chic boutique retreats offer yoga retreats of all types, offering a holistic approach to yoga, healing, spa, meditation and other activities.
Well if you review them carefully you can find one that suits your budget.
The Yoga Barn is very popular and a more affordable option.
At the same time as running group sessions for yoga and meditation the ethos deeply follows Balinese culture. With 7 studios there are over 130 classes a week, and the opportunity to focus on Ayurveda, healing, spa treatments and dance.
Generally Ubud is known to be more expensive than other areas in Bali.
So expect $200 - $300 a night, for everything included.
That will include - airport transfers, luxury room, healthy food, revitalising juices, daily group classes and access to incredible facilities.
High season is June to August, and the mornings and nights are still cool then.
Ubud is a busy town so best to avoid peak season if you can, maybe try May or September.
Even in the rainy season of Christmas time you can be lucky with the weather and it still has all the classes and group sessions running.