Join Linda and Robyn for a magical week of yoga on one of the juiciest islands on the planet. In Bali, every local has an art that they practice actively, and every moment is lived as if it is a miracle. Come immerse yourself in this gorgeous culture, and enjoy extraordinary massages, ancient temple-hopping, and adventuring through spectacular rice fields. We are staying at one of the most awarded boutique resorts on the island, where every wish comes true.
Wake up to the sound of birds, hop in your outdoor shower, then join the guided walk through the rice fields, or go for a luxurious swim in the pool. Meditate overlooking the jungle gorge or just sleep in.
Breakfast is at your leisure and probably the best you've ever had. That's what people have said again and again, and we agree.
The morning yoga is two hours, in a pavilion perched on a cliff looking down on a river and lush tropical forests. There are no words to describe the view. Time stops and all goodness is restored in the world.
The entire afternoon is open for you to enjoy lunch by the pool or join excursions, head to the beach, or visit spectacular temples, check yourself into the spa, or do some serious shopping in downtown Ubud.
The evening Yoga will be mellower and shorter to get us out in time for a sunset swim or maybe a second massage that day (trust us!).
Dinner will be either out on the town with the group or with a few friends, maybe enjoying a dance performance, or a 5-course gourmet indulgence in the private salon of Michelin-starred Mozaik, or just quiet time for you to restore.
All daily Yoga sessions will cater to all levels; also, they are all optional. Pick and choose from what is offered based on how you feel - choose a little or choose a lot.
Linda is the founder and owner of YogaSource Los Gatos, Silicon Valley's premier yoga studio. Linda has trained in both the US and India in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Power, Pilates, Yoga Tune Up, Yin and Vipassana meditation. She is a student of modern Buddhism, Jungian psychology and functional movement. Her yoga classes are a playful and masterful blend of precision, elegance, and breath.
She has been teaching yoga for nearly 15 years and is passionate about movement. Robyn is currently pursuing her PhD at the University of Colorado, Boulder, under renowned neurophysiologist Dr. Roger Enoka. Her research in Neural Control of Movement Laboratory focuses on the neuromechanics of stretching and yoga. Robyn’s classes are challenging and fun as well as therapeutic and nurturing. She was recently named one of the top 100 Trailblazers in Yoga & Ayurveda by Spirituality & Health Magazine and regularly contributes to Yoga Journal.