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REST OF THE WORLD

From Africa to the Americas, there’s so much choice for yoga travellers nowadays. That includes India, the birthplace of yoga, a must-visit for anyone looking to deepen their practice, or seeking an authentic teacher training experience. Places like Rishikesh have entranced visitors for thousand of years, while other popular destinations on India’s yoga trail include Kerala and Goa. For those new to the country, a retreat can be the best possible introduction. Close by is Sri Lanka, another dreamy place for yoga retreats with its own unique charm, culture and picture postcard beaches. In Indonesia, beautiful Bali is another paradise island that offers a warm welcome for all yoga travellers: fantastic studios, retreats and healthy eating options galore. Find your zen wherever you go.

Oneworld Retreats

Bali, Indonesia

The Unique Stuff

Over 16 years of experience, love, professionalism, attention to detail and dedication to offering the best is what Oneworld Retreats is about. We want your journey with us to be unique and memorable.

THE PLACE

Peaceful and serene location with 14 comfortable rooms, lush gardens and wonderful views of the rice fields, two swimming pools, a beautiful yoga shala, an in-house spa offering blissful treatments, as well as a lovely jungle dining room - that is Oneworld Retreats.

THE YOGA

Every Sunday, a retreat starts! The amazing retreat leaders here offer varying styles of yoga and meditation, catering for all levels of practitioners. The beautiful yoga shala offers views to the rice fields and the lush greenery and is well equipped with all the props needed.

THE FOOD

The food served is delicious and healthy and the chefs experienced and eager to offer the freshest and most tasteful meals. The menu includes fish and chicken but no red meat but vegetarian and vegan menus are also available and most dietary requests are catered for.

THE ACCOMMODATION

The 14 rooms are comfortable and have either a private terrace or a balcony offering views to the rice fields or the surrounding greenery. They are equipped with generous amenities, mosquito nets, and air conditioning.

THE ACTIVITIES

Retreats include a myriad of interesting and inspiring activities, from rice field walks to bike rides, cooking classes, spiritual ceremonies and rituals, spa treatments and much more.

THE INFO

Accommodation, most meals, twice-daily yoga, activities, spa treatments, airport transfers, generous amenities, government tax, and service are included.

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oneworldretreats.com

Oneworld Ayurveda

Bali, Indonesia

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Welcome to the December issue of OM Yoga & Lifestyle magazine, Britain’s best newsstand monthly yoga title. Christmas is a great time to sprinkle your yoga sparkle all over the place. In this issue, we’re celebrating the festive season with a look at some of the amazing ethical yoga gifts and goodies you can get for your loved ones. From mats and yoga wear to calendars and eco-friendly water bottles, give them something meaningful this year. Or why not just treat yourself to some cool new kit, a nice candle or something else to keep the feel-good fires burning at home? Call it an act of self-love. And don’t forget: nothing beats an annual subscription to OM to keep the yoga vibes going throughout the year. Just a suggestion! Whatever you place under the tree, make sure it’s an expression of love for those around you. As long as it comes from a genuine, heartfelt place — an act of unconditional love — you’ll be spreading the festive magic both inside and out. Also in this issue, we’ve got an array of features to keep you entertained and inspired in the run up to 2020. That includes lots of asana and anatomy, healthy recipes and accessible spirituality to ease you in to a healthy new year. Take the yoga path if you want to live your best life. This time of year is a great time to reflect and take stock of things. As we sign off another year, I’d like to say a big thank you to all our amazing readers around the world. You are the best; a simply brilliant community of like-minded souls spreading the yoga word. So, what have I learned personally this year? It’s that gratitude never grows old. I’d like to say a big thank you from all of us at Team OM. Have a fantastic Christmas and New Year, folks.