Do you love city trips, too? But they can be sooo exhaustive, right? That’s why I recommend that on every city trip you plan some time (a whole day if possible) just for yoga, recharging and relaxing. Running around in a foreign city and ticking off all the attractions is super tiring and saving some time for more uplifting activities can make all the difference.
When I’m in Bali I very rarely drink alcohol. Wine, my drink of choice, is ridiculous expensive and often not very good. Also, it doesn’t taste right in the tropical heat and then I’m driving around on my scooter everywhere and have a set rule to NEVER drink when driving.
Vacation time is upon us, woohoo! I’ve been flying around between Germany, Bali and the rest of the world so much in the last few years that I got a nice little routine of getting as comfortable as possible on the plane by now.
I’ve been all over South-East-Asia, but never to Vietnam, so when I had to decide if I wanted to extend my visa in Bali or go traveling, I choose to finally visit Vietnam! Vietnam is not as famous for yoga...
Ubud in Bali is the place where I fell head over heel in love with yoga all over again. And the Yoga Barn played a big part in it. Hatha yoga, yin yoga, power yoga, restorative yoga, kundalini yoga, meditation classes...
Welcome! I am Susanne, founder & chief blogger of Happy Yoga Travels. To make your search for your dream yoga retreat easier, I selected the best yoga retreats worldwide, retreats that I would want to visit myself. Happy yoga travels!