The Legian Bali stands as Seminyak’s most exclusive all-suite beachfront resort, with a wealth of exploration on our doorstep. Read on for the best advice and tips to embrace a healthy stay with us.
Practicing Yoga in Bali
Bali’s blissful landscapes, spiritual culture and healthy mindset is the perfect place to unwind and relax the mind, body and spirit. Cultivating on a sense of wellbeing that the Legian Hotel has created yoga is the perfect complimenting activity.
Even before ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ made yoga on the island famous, yoga has been practiced on the island of Bali for centuries, the serene setting being an inspiration to those wishing to enhance their practice or learn afresh. Teachers travel from around the world to spread the magic of yoga to visitors and guests.
The Practice of Yoga
Yoga- meaning to ‘yoke’ the body and mind installs a sense of calm to the practitioner through a series of asanas (postures) pranayama (breathing) and meditation. Practicing yoga will enhance flexibility, strength, body awareness, body balance, coordination, attention and a calm mind.
A pursuit that is accessible to everyone, be it a beginner or someone with a regular practice, to spend an hour concentrating on yourself in an oasis of calm and relaxation will enhance your daily wellbeing.
Yoga at The Legian Bali
The The Legian Bali offers a quiet haven along a sandy stretch of Seminyak Beach, this beachfront location sets us apart from anywhere else in Seminyak.
The Health Club and wellness centre offer our guests a chance welcome a blissful Balinese morning with energising sun salutations at our daily morning yoga class. The classes take place in the Wellness centre every day from 8:00 to 9:30 am.
If you would prefer something a little more personalized at a time that suits you book one of our private yoga classes. Either as a one-on-one or as a couple with our fully qualified yoga teacher. These classes can be individually tailored to your needs and level of practice.