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The Yoga Barn

Doporučuje 55 místních ·

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Maiara
Maiara
September 02, 2019
Very popular and about 8-10 min walk
Made
Made
August 15, 2019
A must when visiting Ubud.
Caroline
Caroline
April 13, 2019
The most extensive schedule of yoga classes, yoga teacher trainings, alternative therapies, etc in Ubud.
Audrey
Audrey
March 20, 2019
YOGA: Free community classes every day at certain times.
Putu
Putu
November 22, 2018
The most famous yoga school in Bali, you can find all variety of yoga, movement & sound healing art & classes there; their cafe offer a great buffet spread at INR 70K on Sunday lunch after Ecstatic Dance (Ecstatic Dance is the Ubud Sunday Church for the Conscious Tribe here)

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Lokalita
Bali, 80571
Telefon+62 361 971236
Webové stránkytheyogabarn.com
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