7 Day Transformational Yoga Wellness Retreat at Shanti Toya Ashram, Bali

  • Organizer: Gokul Yoga Bali
  • Type: Yoga Retreat
  • Starting From: 01-March-2020
  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Area: Ubud, Bali, Indonesia
  • Food: Vegan,Gluten Free,Organic,Dairy Free
  • Surrounding area: Close To Nature


Master your energy – master your life.  A retreat to reconnect with your mind, body, and soul to transform your life.

Are you ready to transform your life and manifest the most amazing things, that you were always dreaming about?  

Our inspirational yoga teachers will guide you through a transformative yogic journey home to the heart, where you’ll tap into what is truly alive within, and set the stage for a year to come.

You will experience:

  • Asana, pranayama and meditation classes to deepen your practice and increase your strength, coordination, flexibility, and sense of well-being
  • How to use your yoga as a meditative practice to calm the mind and settle disturbances to consciousness.
  • How to tailor your practice (either at home or in a class) to your particular needs and conditions.


We stayed there for two night and had such an amazing time. The house is clean, spacious and comfortable. The pool. Natural spring pool surrounds by the trees. Just amazing. Beautiful bamboo structure where we had our yoga was nice. I can't stop saying all the good things. Last but not lease, the people. They make us feel so welcome and helping us on transport to wander about to. I'll definitely come back!

We attended a workshop earlier this year. The instructors were well qualified and inspiring, the location in an ashram so amazing. The owners are themselves yoga teachers, very friendly and professional. Highly recommended :)

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    Ni Kadek Artuti Pradnya

    Core Subject: Hatha

    Pradnya is an E-RYT 500 at Yoga Alliance. Has 100++ certification with Sivananda Ashram, Rishikesh India and 30 hours Yin yoga instructor certification by Denise Payne (One Song Yoga). Since 2012 Pradnya is studying Advance Yoga Asana & Philosophy with Jani Jaatinen a.k.a. Mahayogi Gokulachandra Das. Pradnya is teaching Gokul Hatha and Gokul Vinyasa (asana, pranayama, and meditation) as well as Yin Yoga.

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    I Ketut Aryantha

    Core Subject: Hatha

    School of Sacred Arts, Ubud (Yoga) Ary was born into a Balinese healers family and practiced yoga from a young age with his yogi sister, Pradnya, and father. He graduated from the 200-hour TTC at the School of Sacred Arts in Ubud in 2012. Since then, he's been teaching every day. Since 2013, Ary has been studying yoga with Jani Jaatinen (Mahayogi Gokulacandra Das). Ary teaches Gokul Hatha (asana, pranayama, meditation) and Gokul Vinyasa yoga. His traditional approach to yoga helps people understand its roots and value. He encourages people to establish their own practice by giving them appropriate tools, wisdom, and skills.

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    I Wayan Suwitra

    Core Subject: Hatha

    Since Wayan committed his life to yoga, he’s been studying it with Balinese and European masters who opened his heart, mind, awareness for deeper understandings. He experiences yoga as a meditative, healing and holistically balancing practice. Wayan is certified with 200h TTC at School of Sacred Arts, Yoga for Happy, Cheerful and Healthy Kids TT, Fundamental Aerial Antigravity YT, Reiki and Love & Kindness Healing Meditation. His daily classes are held by Four Seasons Resort Ubud, Bali. He shares his knowledge and experience with smile, kindness, and patience.


In the uplands of Bali, Indonesia, the retreat center is nestled in the fascinating town of Ubud that boasts of its diverse terrain which includes mesmeric landscapes, lush green rainforest, terraced rice paddies and more. Ubud in Bali is also dotted with Hindu temples and shrines, monuments ancient holy sites like Goa Gajah, GunungKawi, etc.

Engulfed with tranquil and serene ambiance, makes the town a quintessential place for yogic vacations and healing practices. The town gives a glimpse of the Balinese culture crediting to its traditional performances at the Royal Palace courtyard, art and crafts galleries, museum, etc.

The land of forested volcanic mountains, scintillating beaches, iconic rice paddies, coral reefs and everything beautiful, Bali is the island of religious belief, adventure hot-spot, and yoga and meditation retreat.

Find the balance in your body and mind amid the serene setting at Shanti Toya Ashram. You will have two daily yoga practices, relaxing afternoons to enjoy the ashram, and free time to join cultural classes or venture to other areas on the Island of the Gods, Bali. The ashram is located only half an hour from the beach, giving you the chance to also rejuvenate in the beautiful beaches of Bali.

Day 1: Sunday

  • 14:00 Arrival and settling in

Day 2: Monday

  • 07:00 Hatha
  • 09:30 Balinese offering
  • 15:00 Canang (Balinese offering) making class
  • 17:00 Yin & Meditation and chanting

Day 3: Tuesday

  • 07:00 Meditation & Morning Flow
  • 09:30 Balinese experience tour (visiting a traditional, Balinese house, Banrongdance, learning how to make coconut oil and plant rice paddies)
  • 17:00 Hatha & Pranayama and Meditation

Day 4: Wednesday

  • 07:00 Vinyasa yoga & Pranayama and Meditation
  • 15:00 Traditional Balinese dance class 
  • 17:00 Hatha & Satya

Day 5: Thursday

  • 07:00 Partner yoga
  • 15:00 Cooking class
  • 17:00 Hatha & Pranayama and Meditation

Day 6: Friday

  • 07:00 Vinyasa yoga
  • 15:00 Jamu (traditional herbal healing drink)  making class
  • 17:00 Hatha & Pranayama and Meditation

Day 7: Saturday

  • 10:00 Departure

During this retreat, you will be staying at one of Shanti Toya Ashram's villas and suites. Shanti Toya offers an authentic taste of Bali, nestled in the quiet hillside of a lush jungle ravine and surrounded by the rice paddy farmlands of Penarungan village.

The property itself is the home of a peaceful gurgling river and an abundant holy spring water source. In addition to the four new villas (each with guest rooms and bathrooms) and two private villas, there is also a beautiful second story thatch-roof bamboo yoga shala, communal open-air dining and lecture hall, reception, store, spring water-fed swimming pool, bale, and an organic vegetable garden.

There are plenty of nature walking opportunities just outside the ashram, through the quaint village and beautiful rice paddies. Shanti Toya Ashram is set in an intimate setting, perfect for groups of up to 22 guests.

During the retreat, you will be served daily vegan breakfast, lunch, and dinner, as well as unlimited herbal tea and one coconut. Shanti Toya Ashrami offers Indonesian lunch and international dinner. All meals are prepared freshly by our chef and are irresistibly delicious.

Retreats in Shanti Toya Ashram is a unique combination of mindful yoga practice with a taste of an incredibly rich and deep Balinese culture. Once crossing the doorway of the Ashram, guests become members of big Shanti Toya family and find their home in Bali. It is not just a venue for practice it a place to reconnect with your inner self, nature, and others, that will help you on a journey to a more meaningful and reacher life. 

Retreat includes:

  • 6-nights accommodation in one of Shanti Toya’s villas and suites;
  • airport pickup (for double, sahred and premium rooms)
  • 2x daily Yoga classes
  • 60 minutes Balinese massage
  • 3 vegan meals daily
  • 1 coconut water daily
  • unlimited herbal water
  • workshops (offering making, herbal drink making, cooking, dancing)
  • Balinese experience tour

Shanti Toya Ashram


Shanti Toya Ashram was founded by a Balinese yoga teacher Pradnya (Ni Kadek Artuti Pradnya)

When she first saw this piece of land nestled on a natural holly spring, surrounded by jungles, rice fields, and temples, she felt that this would be an ideal place to build an Ashram and share a sacred wisdom of yoga, which she received from her teacher Mahayogi Gokulacandra Das. Since then 2 years have passed and more than 2000 guests from all over the world experienced a unique atmosphere of Shanti Toya Ashram, that helped them to connect with their inner self, nature and other like-minded people. People may come here as solo travelers but they always leave as a member of our family with their hearts filled with love, minds rested in harmony and bodies nourished with healthy food and daily yoga classes. 

Yoga for us is not about bending or flexibility, it's about connection and servitude. 

Our mission is to help as many people as possible to find their connection with themselves and save it through their everyday life.  Most of the yoga happens off the mat.