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- Located 20 minutes outside of central Ubud
- Open-air yoga shala
- Restaurant & Bar
- Infinity Pool
- Private terrace for each spacious room (w/views of pool, gardens or rice paddy field)
- En-suite private outdoor shower /bath
- Rooms include TV, DVD, tea maker, mineral water, hot shower, air conditioner, room service
- Free Wifi
- Fresh fruit during the day
- 2x daily Ubud center shuttle
- Unlimited filtered water, coffee and tea
- Exclusive access of yoga shala & yoga equipment (mats, blocks and straps)
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Retreat Inclusions for Clients Attending:
- 7 nights/ 8 days accommodation
- All meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Yoga twice daily
- 1 Private yoga session w/instructor (45 minutes)
- 4 hours of spa treatments
- Your choice of Cooking class or Bike Tour
- Dinner out in center of Ubud
- Half day cultural excursion (rice paddy fields, lunch, monkey forest and coffee plantation)
- Airport Transfers
- Balinese welcome tote with gifts
- Digital photo album of retreat
Shared Superior $1,795
Private Suite $2,095
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- International airfare
- Alcoholic beverages
- Travel insurance (recommended)
- Additional excursions/spa treatments
Sample Daily Itinerary
7:30 – 9am Morning Yoga
9 – 10am Breakfast
10 – 1pm Relax / Free Time
1 – 2pm Lunch
2 – 5pm Pool / Relax
5 – 6pm Afternoon Yoga
6 – 7pm Dinner
Brent Laffoon began practicing yoga without even realizing it when he was 9 years old, when a doctor prescribed him a regimen of exercises to correct a mild case of Scoliosis. Brent was told the exercises would be difficult and require discipline. Oddly enough, he found them not that difficult and, well, sort of fun. It wasn’t until many years later, though, that he took his first official yoga class and felt instantly at home. Shortly thereafter, feeling inspired to teach, he went to Bali and completed an intensive teacher training, then returned home to Los Angeles and began teaching. His energetic classes and unique approach to yoga quickly become popular, and within two years he was voted on of the top 30 yoga instructors in LA. You can find his teaching schedule at: BrentLaffoon.com/schedule
With ballet shoes on her feet at 3 years old, Caley has always felt a connection between physical movement, breath, energy, and vitality. She began practicing yoga with her siblings in high school and took an Iyengar class at the University of Oregon where she studied nutrition and anatomy. As a D-1 collegiate athlete Caley realized her calling to help people achieve healthier, happier lives at a fairly early age. She witnessed first hand the importance of promoting preventative and therapeutic health methods rather then a treatment focused approach to wellness. Her true yoga journey began when she moved to San Francisco and jumped in head-first to her 200-hour training. It has been non-stop ever since!
How do I get there?
- Book your flight to arrive and depart from Denpasar, Bali (DPS) – some of the airline carriers that fly from LAX to DPS are Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, Korean Air, China Airlines, and EVA Air.
*It is advised that you contact The Yoga Getaway prior to booking your flight to confirm the retreat is on schedule as well as the best arrival and departure times.
How will I get from the airport (DPS) to the retreat venue accommodation?
- Airport transfers are included in the package. Hotel check-in begins at 2:00 pm on the day of arrival and checkout time is 12:00 pm on the day of departure. You will need to notify The Yoga Getaway of your flight times so transportation can be coordinated.
What sort of Visa or Passport information do I need?
- Passports are required to be valid for 6 months after date of entry into Indonesia. Please make sure to check your passport at least a month before your departure so you have time to update it if necessary.
- 30 day entry visas need to be purchased at DPS airport prior to going through customs. You will see the lines as you head toward baggage claim. The cost is $25USD and is required to be paid in US currency.
- Departure taxes are 150,000IDR, and is required to be paid in IDR upon your departure.
*For more information and specifics about traveling to Indonesia you can visit Travel.State.Gov
Should I bring money and what credit cards are accepted?
- Cash is accepted everywhere, it would be advised to take out cash upon arriving to the airport. Visa is the most widely accepted credit card (Mastercard is also usually accepted). Credit cards are not accepted everywhere so it is advised to have cash with you at all times.
- Call all your credit card companies before you leave home and inform them of your trip. Typically your bank will be suspicious of overseas transactions and can freeze your credit card until confirmation.
Do I need a converter for electrical outlets and plugins?
- Electricity in Bali is 220V so please make sure your US electrical items can run on this voltage. Most plugs in Bali are standard European, two round prongs, or English, 3 slanted prongs. Bring both just to be safe.
Can I drink tap water there?
- Drinking bottled or purified water is a must (unlimited purified water will be available at the resort).
Do you cater to specific dietary needs (vegetarian, vegan, lactose free, and gluten free)?
- Yes the menu will cater to any dietary needs you inform us of, please be sure to mention your specific needs when registering. (*Raw and other specific requests may be at an additional cost)
- We do suggest bringing along a few bars or snacks just to be fully prepared.
Is there wireless internet and cell phone service?
- Complimentary wireless internet service will be available at the resort accommodation.
- Call your cell phone service provider to see if they offer coverage in Indonesia and request the best international plan for your needs (taking into consideration the minutes, texts and data you plan to use).
What is the weather like in Bali ?
- Bali tends to have fairly stable weather with the ‘wet’ season occurring between October and March and the ‘dry’ season between April and September. It is generally always warm with temperatures averaging in the mid to high 80s and up.
What do I need to bring with me?
- A valid passport for 6 months from date of entry.
- Quality yoga equipment is provided but please feel free to bring your yoga mat if you would like.
- Bug spray, sunscreen, sunglasses, bathing suits, earplugs, eye mask, adapters, a camera, power cords for your electronics and a credit card (Visa & MasterCard).
- For ladies who anticipate being on your cycle during the trip – tampons are a must. They are not easily found in any stores here and are one luxury item you’ll pay more for.
Deposit: A non-refundable deposit of five-hundred dollars ($500.00) will be required along with submission of your registration form. However, if your booking is made within sixty (60) days of the departure date, then the full amount is payable at the time of booking.
Final Payment: Payment of the total trip price is due sixty (60) days prior to the departure date.