Estudio de yoga
The Yoga Barn
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The "temple" of yoga activities in Ubud. Go for the morning flow classes every day at 7AM but be there by 6:30 to get the best spot.
YOGA - great classes and teachers, they also have a huge studio and a cafe right after your yoga for breakfast.
Large studio with a range of Yoga, Meditation and dance classes and and an excellent cafe. We recommend ecstatic dance on Friday nights and Sunday mornings
great place to meet up with friends, take workshops and dance in the popular 'ecstatic dance' Friday evenings and Sunday mornings.
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