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17 Yoga Retreats You Need to Escape To Right Now

Whether you’re a dedicated yogi or just looking for a little me time, yoga retreats are difficult to beat. Let’s face it: what other experiences help kick start self-awareness and create lasting change for your health and well being? While most vacations encourage you to block out the noise and overindulge, these mindful getaways encourage you to get in touch with yourself in a meaningful way. These yoga retreats are the avenue to hitting reset on your stressors, and while opening your mind and muscles and enjoying a tension-unwinding workout.

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With 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined, we’ve consulted with our master gurus and located 17 yoga retreats that do more than just show you how to flow your way through the poses. These heavenly havens specialize in everything from traditional schools like yin and hatha to modern systems that put a dynamic (and sometimes airborne) twist on the practice. So sit up straight and prepare yourself for a truly self-gratifying getaway at one of these yoga retreats—your chakras will thank us.

1. Ananda In The Himalayas, India

Exterior of the Maharajah’s Palace,
Photo|Royal Palace, India| GETTYIMAGES – MATTHEW WAKEM
Ganga Pool Villa at Ananda, best yoga rereats
Photo|Ganga Pool Villa at Ananda in the Himalayas| GETTYIMAGES – MATTHEW WAKEM

Ananda In the Himalayas is less a vacation, more a journey of discovery. Its location in temple-dotted Uttarakhand State puts you in the historic heartland of yogic practices. There, flanked by the misty foothills of the Himalayas, you’ll be able to connect with your inner yogi with the programs led by a rota of visiting masters. Ananda’s diverse specialists provide a variety of insightful courses on everything from meditation and wellness to bodywork and weight loss. So you’re bound to find an instructor and program that suits your personal goals.

But wait—we haven’t even got to the hotel itself yet. Before 1947, Ananda In The Himalayas was the residence of the Maharajas of Tehri Garhwal, rulers over the surrounding valleys for hundreds of years. The current palace was designed at the turn of the century and displays an extravagant blend of Indian and western architecture. Put simply, it’s a little slice of paradise.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Rishikesh-Valley View Point (35 meters)
  • Maa Kunjapuri Devi Temple, hindu temple (9.3 kilometers)
  • Neer Garh Waterfall, Rishikesh (18 kilometers)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 925 – USD 1,710
Guest Rating: 9.0
Address: Palace Estate Narendra Nagar Tehri Garhwal, Rishīkesh, India

2. The Absolute Sanctuary, Thailand

Sunny beach on AngThong National Park in Koh Samui, Thailand, yoga retreats on the beach
Photo|Sunny beach on Angthong National Park in Koh Samui| GETTYIMAGES – FOTORAV
Little Buddha, Thailand
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Thailand has yoga retreats in spades, but few are quite so serene as this island escape in heavenly Koh Samui. Absolute Sanctuary pride themselves on offering a varied program of fitness and wellness courses, spanning yoga, pilates, mindfulness, and body alignment. There are also courses on stress management, as well as programs for those looking to detox or make lasting lifestyle changes. The spa is in itself worth a visit, offering restorative three, five, seven packages for those seeking to press pause and reset on everything.

The Absolute Sanctuary, Thailand
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Attractions Nearby:

  • RockPool Samui Restaurant and Bar (900 meters)
  • Samui Football Golf (1.0 kilometers)
  • Choeng Mon Beach (2.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 160 – USD 195
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: 88 Moo 5 Tambol Bophut, Amphur, Ko Samui 84320, Thailand

3. Como Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos

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Photo|Old Indian cave located on a remote Caribbean Island| GETTYIMAGES – MATT ANDERSON PHOTOGRAPHY
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Photo|Yoga on the beach in Turks and Caicos| GETTYIMAGES – CRISTINA PYE

Escape from it all at this stunning private island resort, which boasts mile-long swathes of unspoiled white sand. Many of Como Parrot Cay’s rooms, suites, and villas open out directly onto the beach, while others enjoy uninterrupted sea views. An interdisciplinary offering of yoga retreats can be experienced here, some led by visiting masters (see here for information on the specialist weeks). Beyond yoga, the resort also offers a number of other activities to make your getaway all the more blissful. Dive down a plunging coral reef wall, or take a kayaking tour through the island’s gently rustling mangrove swamps. Trust us—your visit to Parrot Cay will have you coming back to roost year after year.

Other highlights:

  • The easy pours and laidback vibe at the COMO Beach Club
  • The fascinating eco-tours to the neighboring island of North Caicos
  • Pampering rituals at the COMO Shambhala Spa

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 980 – USD 13,676
Guest Rating: 9.0
Address: PO Box 164, Parrot Cay Island, Turks and Caicos Islands

4. The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, USA

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Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon recreation area trail in Phoenix
Photo|Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon recreation area trail in Phoenix| GETTYIMAGES – BCFC

Imagine finally reconnecting with yourself against the backdrop of a dusty-red sierra. Breathing into that first pose of your routine under the gentle sway of lofty coconut palms. A resort that completely detached from the stresses of the outside world. That’s what The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain is all about.

The Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain, USA, best yoga retreat
Photo|Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain|Provided by ICE PORTAL

Situated at a wildly beautiful natural site, on the outskirts of Phoenix, The Sanctuary will have you feeling completely removed from society. At the same time, it’s surprisingly accessible, with Sky Habor International Airport and the excitement of downtown just a short drive away. In addition to an impressive spa and numerous wellness programs, what sets The Sanctuary apart from other yoga retreats is its excellent restaurant. At “elements,” you’ll be able to enjoy delicate American fare prepared by Food Network Star Chef Beau MacMillan. And yes: it has stunning views of the mountains.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Cholla Trailhead (3.1 kilometers)
  • Paradise Valley Country Club (3.5 kilometers)
  • North Italia, trendy trattoria (5.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 575 – USD 938
Guest Rating: 9.2
Address: 5700 E McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253, United States

5. Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat, Indonesia

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Bagus Jati Health & Wellbeing Retreat, Indonesia yoga retreat
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Bali has hundreds of yoga retreats—so why Bagus Jati? Picture 5 hectares of saturated hillside gardens. Traditional Balinese villas that look out over sublime views of emerald valleys below. And a sparkling infinity pool that melts into the forest. Yep: Bagus Jati is right at home on the “Island of the Gods”.

A Hindu majority culture for well over a thousand years, Bali’s yogic roots run deep. At Bagus Jati, you’ll be able to familiarize yourself with the island’s rich traditions with yoga classes in a spacious jungle pavilion. Twice daily and free for guests, these mostly focus on the Hatha system. In the evenings, Bagus Jati also holds guided meditations, which make use of visualization techniques to declutter the mind and bring peace to the soul.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Delodsema Traditional Village (8.1 kilometers)
  • Tegallalang Rice Terraces (9.6 kilometers)
  • Cantik Agriculture Luwak Coffee (14.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 134 – USD 551
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Banjar Jati, Desa Sebatu, Kecamatan Tegallang, Bali, Payangan 80572, Indonesia

6. Vikasa Yoga Retreat, Thailand

Four friends exploring Thailand
Photo|Four friends exploring Thailand| GETTYIMAGES – ITSSKIN

Those that are really looking to detox physically and mentally during their vacation will want to check out Vikasa Yoga Retreat. This idyllic island resort offers a year-round wellness program with an emphasis on mindfulness, superfoods, and putting yourself first for once.

The yoga style taught here is founder Kosta Miachin’s own; a hatha style that borrows from Taoism, Himalayan Vinyasa, and ancient Vedic philosophy. We’re talking pose-centered yoga with plenty of opportunity for self-reflection and airing out that mental baggage you’ve been carrying around all year. The Vikasa program also runs non-stop 365 days a year. So you can arrive and start your journey on a day of your choosing, which is doubly great if you’re visiting as apart of a longer backpacking trip

Attractions Nearby:

  • The Cliff Bar & Grill (600 meters)
  • Coral Cove Beach (800 meters)
  • Blue Ginger Restaurant (1.2 kilometers)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 122 – USD 243
Guest Rating: 9.0
Address: Moo4, Maret, Koh Samui,211, Ko Samui 84310, Thailand

7. Desa Seni Resort Bali, Indonesia

Desa Seni Resort Bali, Indonesia yoga retreat
Photo|Desa Seni Resort Bali|Provided by DESA SENI RESORT BALI

What if every morning of your yoga retreat began with you waking up in a traditional Balinese village? The chirping of tropical birds rouses you gently from your sleep before you connect with your fellow yogis over a nourishing breakfast of homegrown produce. That’s exactly the kind of soul-soothing experience you can expect at Desa Seni. Despite being easily accessible from Kuta and Denpasar, this village community feels worlds away from the big-name resorts of Bali’s more frequented areas. Rather than limiting itself to a single school, Desa Seni offers a diverse program of yoga classes and programs. Choose between vinyasa, hatha, restorative, yin, alignment, and meditation classes, all of which are taught by Yoga Alliance-certified teachers in an open-aired tropical studio.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Made’s Warung Berawa, Balinese brunch restaurant (500 meters)
  • Finns Recreation Club (500 meters)
  • Kayu Putih Beach (750 meters)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 182 – USD 405
Guest Rating: 10.0
Address: Jl. Jubak Sari,13, North Kuta, Indonesia

8. Miraval Resort and Spa – All Inclusive, USA

Woman practicing yoga on swimming pool edge
Photo|Yoga on swimming pool edge| GETTYIMAGES – WEBPHOTOGRAPHEER

What better place than the sublime void of the southern Arizona desert to cut out your distractions and recenter yourself? Miraval Resort and Spa offers a comprehensive curriculum of revitalizing, revolutionary yoga programs for learners of all levels and experiences. From traditional practices like hatha and vinyasa to aerial yoga and fabulously funky yoga groove, there’s something for everyone on the program. You’ll also be able to take advantage of the yoga resort’s spectacular natural surroundings, with mountain biking, horseback riding, and a host of other outdoor activities all on offer.

Attractions Nearby:

  • SaddleBrooke Vistas Dining and Agave Lounge (3.8 kilometers)
  • 50 Year Trailhead (4.7 kilometers)
  • The Preserve Fine Dining (7.5 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 774 – USD 3,223
Guest Rating: 8.0
Address: 5000 East Via Estancia Miraval, Tucson, AZ 85739, United States

9. Naia Resort & Spa, Belize

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Photo|Laughing Bird Caye National Park, Placencia, Stann Creek District, Belize| GETTYIMAGES – DAVID CAYLESS
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Photo|Young couple in San Pedro, Belize| GETTYIMAGES – COREY JENKINS

Remote Placencia has always been a place of refuge, first as a port of call for 18th-century buccaneers, then as an asylum for the Garifuna people. Today, this narrow ribbon of coastal mangroves and forests is home to one of Central America’s premier yoga retreats.

Naia Resort & Spa, Belize yoga retreat
Photo|Naia Resort and Spa|Provided by BOOKING.COM

At Naia’s studio pavilion, you’ll be able to experience a variety of contemporary and traditional yoga classes with views of the resort’s tranquil lagoon. For those feeling the spirit of adventure, there’s also numerous outdoor activities, including Mayan-ruin treks, zip-lining, and hikes out to watch the region’s vibrant scarlet macaws.

Other highlights:

  • Trekking through the Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, the world’s first jaguar preserve
  • Adrenaline-inducing river tube rides down the Stann Creek river
  • Dipping into the private pool adjoining your airy beach house

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 325 – USD 803
Guest Rating: 10.0
Address: Mile 17.5 Placencia Peninsula, Placencia, Belize

10. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Switzerland

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Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Switzerland yoga retreat
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For centuries, European royals and aristocrats flocked to Switzerland to rest and recover in its soul-cleansing alpine environment. You can see why at this extravagant 19th-century hotel, located near the Austrian border. Decorated decadently with neoclassical elements, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz features a spa and two exquisite bathing areas. Both the Greco-roman Thermal Baths and sleekly modern Tamina Therme are filled directly using mineral-rich waters of the Tamina Gorge, which has been healing tired travelers to the area since the 13th century.

So what about yoga? In addition to daily classes, Bad Raguz hosts visiting masters specializing in various disciplines throughout the year. To make the most of your experience, sign up for the Pure Relaxation package, which includes meditation classes, numerous mountain adventures, and a 50-minute Aroma massage—heavenly.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Igniv, fine dining restaurant (120 meters)
  • Guschakopf, observation deck (1.8 kilometers)
  • Weingut Davaz, winery (2.6 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 550 – USD 2,302
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Bernhard Simon-strasse, 7310 Bad Ragaz, Sankt Gallen, Switzerland

11. Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, USA

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Photo|Lifeguard tower on the beach with yellow flag| GETTYIMAGES – MALORNY

Carillon Miami strikes a difficult balance, being simultaneously a downtown beach resort and therapeutic wellness retreat. But, somehow, everything is kept in equilibrium. Featuring apartment-style accommodation with areal views of either the Atlantic Ocean or Miami skyline, Carillon has the energy of a Caribbean escape, despite its city location. Everything about the resort has been thought out around your wellness and relaxation: yoga classes are held in a soothing sea-view room, complimentary wellness are offered, and for those that need it, the spa provides numerous pampering treatments.

Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, USA yoga retreat
Photo|Carillon Miami Wellness Resort|Provided by BOOKING.COM

Attractions Nearby:

  • North Beach (290 meters)
  • North Beach Bandshell (550 meters)
  • Las Vacas Gordas Argentine Steak House (1.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 394 – USD 1,194
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 6801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141, United States

12. Bodhi Tree Yoga Resort, Costa Rica

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Photo|Surfers at sunset walking on the beach, Costa Rica| GETTYIMAGES – MATTEO COLOMBO
Loan Male Traveller Walking & Exploring Nature
Photo|Loan Male Traveller Walking & Exploring Nature| PHILLIP SUDDICK

Creative design around the jungle and unfailing support of the local community are two solid reasons why you should consider this dreamy yoga resort on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. Bodhi Tree is located in asana-observing Nosara, a haven for yogis in Central America. It’s yoga programs are taught by masters in a number of disciplines and are open to learners of all abilities. Before or after practice, head down to the beaches at Playa Nosara and Playa Guiones, both of which are ideal spots for surfing or enjoying a quiet moment on the sand.

meditating by the sea at the sunset.
Photo|Meditation at sunset by the sea| GETTYIMAGES – EMIR MEMEDOVSKI

Attractions Nearby:

  • Nosara Tico Surf School (1.0 kilometers)
  • Al Chile (1.0 kilometers)
  • Nosara Refuge for Wildlife, (3.0 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 113 – USD 869
Guest Rating: 10.0
Address: Bodhi Street, Nosara 50206, Costa Rica

13. Aqua Wellness Resort, Nicaragua

Aqua Wellness Resort, Nicaragua yoga retreat
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We’d argue that Aqua Wellness Resort is what all yoga retreats should be, but that would be setting the standard too high. Located on the vibrant Emerald Coast, where forested coastal foothills plunge into the Pacific Ocean, this eco-resort is the ultimate getaway. With a roster of classes and workshops hosted by numerous gurus and masters, this sweet escape offers interdisciplinary training in the seclusion of a private cove surrounded by tropical rainforest. Like Bodhi Tree, Aqua was built with minimal impact on the local environment. Guests stay in treehouses, which peak above the leafy canopy for fantastic evening views of the forest and ocean at sunset. As if that’s not enough, they also feature private pools.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Redonda Bay, beach (1.2 kilometers)
  • Pie de Gigante, hiking area (1.8 kilometers)
  • Juntos Bar y Restaurante (3.3 kilometers)

Star Rating: 4*
Price: USD 139 – USD 291
Guest Rating: 7.5
Address: 1 Redonda Bay, El Gigante, Nicaragua

14. Six Senses Zighy Bay, Oman

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Photo|Woman Doing Yoga at Desert| GETTYIMAGES – YURI NUNES – EYEEM
Six Senses Zighy Bay, Oman yoga retreat
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Nestled among the extraterrestrial ridges and inlets of the Musandam peninsula, Six Senses blows other yoga retreats out of the water. This stunningly beautiful resort is designed in the style of a traditional Omani village, with independent suites and villas that meld seamlessly into the rugged beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Six Senses lives up to its stimulating name at the Arabian spa, which features two traditional hammams, an ice cave, and nine treatment rooms. The outdoor yoga pavilion is a peaceful haven where you can familiarize yourself with the asanas of hatha-style yoga while learning to quiet the mind.

Other highlights:

  • Taking to the skies in your own microlite plane
  • Authentic beachside Bedouin dining at Shua Shack
  • The locally inspired facials — figs, almond powder, and warm honey? Yes please!

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 905 – USD 1,783
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: Musandam Peninsula, Zighy Bay 800, Oman

15. Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, Mexico

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Photo|Aerial View of La Paz Beach Mexico| GETTYIMAGES – FERRANTRAITE
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Photo|Swinging in a hammock| GETTYIMAGES – JORDAN SIEMENS

Entered through a private tunnel, the Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal is 24 acres of indescribable oceanfront beauty. This exclusive enclave is filled with modern pueblo-style villas and suites, many of which feature private pools, terraces, and standalone tubs. The 24-hour wellness and fitness center offers yoga and pilates classes led by qualified instructors. After, your session, head to the onsite spa for a pampering massage against the backdrop of stunning sea views.

Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal, Mexico yoga retreat
Photo|Waldorf Astoria Los Cabos Pedregal|Provided by ICE PORTAL

Attractions Nearby:

  • Pabellón Cultural de la República (1.2 kilometers)
  • Playa Coral Negro, beach (2.0 kilometers)
  • The Arch of Cabo San Lucas (2.1 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 938 – USD 4,723
Guest Rating: 9.9
Address: Camino Del Mar 1, 23455 Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, Mexico

16. The Mulia Bali, Indonesia

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Photo|Woman walking along a deserted sandy beach, Kuta, Lombok| GETTYIMAGES – GERALD NOWAK
The Mulia Bali, Indonesia yoga retreat
Photo|The Mulia Bali|Provided by ICE PORTAL

You don’t have to love yoga to love the Mulia Bali, and that’s a good thing. This South Kuta resort is a choice destination for any yogi who is traveling with someone who isn’t overly excited about the practice (their loss!). While you recenter and reconnect with yourself at the excellently equipped fitness and wellness center, they’ll be able to enjoy the almost unlimited number of amenities this showstopping beach resort has to offer—nine restaurants and bars, a spectacular beachfront infinity pool, and an indulgent onsite spa, to name a few.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Pura Geger Dalem Pemutih, hindu temple (900 meters)
  • Bubu Seafood and Chinese Restaurant (2.1 kilometers)
  • Bali National Golf Club (2.3 kilometers)

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 398 – USD 767
Guest Rating: 9.5
Address: Jalan Raya Nusa Dua Selatan, South Kuta 80363, Indonesia

17. Canyon Ranch Tucson, USA

Saguaro National Park
Photo|Saguaro National Park| GETTYIMAGES – CHARA SALVADORI

Hit reset and emerge refreshed and revitalizes at this secluded wellness resort in southern Arizona. With a mission of making guests healthier, the resort offers numerous “experiences” that are tailored to help you work on personal fitness, wellness, and life management goals. Attend spiritual wellness talk, take part in a creative expression class, or breathe into tension-releasing poses at a yoga class. There are countless avenues for you to pursue at Canyon Ranch, and with the rusty red beauty of the southwestern desert stretching out around you, you couldn’t be in a better place to discover them.

Attractions Nearby:

  • Gorgeous hacienda-style rooms and suites
  • The workout pool — complete with sunken treadmills
  • Daily complimentary lunch and learn classes at the Demonstration Kitchen

Star Rating: 5*
Price: USD 1,209 – USD 1,499
Guest Rating: 10.0
Address: 8600 E Rockcliff Rd, Tucson, AZ 85750, United States

Begin Your Journey of Discovery at One of These Yoga Retreats

Regardless of whether your goal is to perfect your technique or enjoy a few thoughtful days of rest and relaxation, yoga retreats can be a transformative experience. At some, the communal experience of sharing class and meals with other enthusiastic yogis can give you a whole new perspective on both the practice and your wider experiences. At other yoga retreats, private lessons provide the opportunity to bond with your instructor as they guide your through a journey of self-discovery. Like everything in yoga, how you experience your retreat is very much down to you. But regardless of the route you choose, your destination may be truly enlightening.

Are you dreaming of going to one of these yoga retreats? Which one would you choose? Let us know in the comments below!

Author: Sebastian Morgan

I’m a blogger, history buff, and serious over packer, currently based in Taiwan. Eats, drinks, and destinations are my thing. When I’m not writing about those, I’m either hitting up the local hot springs or slurping down a bowl of sesame noodles. I hope to one day do both at the same time.

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I’m a blogger, history buff, and serious over packer, currently based in Taiwan. Eats, drinks, and destinations are my thing. When I’m not writing about those, I’m either hitting up the local hot springs or slurping down a bowl of sesame noodles. I hope to one day do both at the same time.
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