June 9 – July 18 2014 : Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
- One week (5 classes)= 55 Euros/ 900,000 mil rupiah
- Two weeks (10x)= 100 Eu/1.6 mil rp.
- One month= 190 EU/3 mil rp
Spaces are limited, so please let us know if you would like to join the class.
Classes are held in a beautiful, private wooden space in central Ubud (about 4-5 by scooter from the Yoga Barn)
We welcome all levels of practice; those new to Mysore-style practice are required to commit to three consecutive classes.
NOTE: Prices change quickly as tourism increases in Ubud. We suggest checking the list of decent accomodation on www.balispirit.com
Ubud has an abundance of accomodation in every price-range.Most accomodations consist of a room with a verandah, own bathroom with hot-water, mosquito nets and breakfast included, and often in the rice-fields. The best way is to arrive at one of the places listed for a few nights,then have a walk around and see what else is available. For those on a budget, there are “homestays” for around $10-15 per night; these offer the same as above but are generally more simple in decoration/setting.
A nice place to arrive is the Hibiscus Cottages. Ask the taxi to bring you to Jalan Bisma, off of the main street Jalan Raya Ubud. Tel# 0361-970-475 ( plus the country code for Indonesia) or firstname.lastname@example.org It is possible to rent a small house in the rice-fields with kitchen, balcony, hot water, verandah if you’re staying longer-term (at least 2 weeks ) The rents depend on level of luxury/length of stay. We have many suggestions for these, but this is usually arranged in person once you’ve arrived. We’re happy to tell you what we know once you’re here..
To Bali: there are many routes to Bali, but most involve flying to Denpasar.
From Thailand, Malaysia or Singapore, it’s inexpensive to buy tickets online with no-frills airlines. Air Asia (www.airasia.com/th/en/home.page) has flights from Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Bangkok to Bali. Tiger Airways (www.tigerairways.com/) flies from Singapore, etc.
Getting to Ubud from the airport: once you’re through the gates, you will walk outside and find a pre-paid taxi booth with fixed rates. Taxis/minivans to Ubud are approx. $20. The drive is about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. If you arrive in the daytime, there are also cheap shuttles that will drop you in Ubud (slow)
Once you’re in Ubud, it’s easy to get around on foot. Scooters are common and inexpensive to rent ($5 day)