Bali Yoga Retreat Packing List

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You’ve booked your trip to Bali for your very first yoga retreat… now what? Well it’s time to start thinking about packing your bags for your trip. If you’re like me you like lists, so I’ve created this Bali Yoga Retreat Packing List. I hate forgetting things at home and lists help keep me sane. This list is a basic list for your Bali yoga retreat. I’m sure there will be things you will want to add.

What do you put on that Bali yoga retreat packing list? What do you pack for a yoga retreat anyway? Well that depends on the activities you’ll be participating in…. what other activities does your yoga holiday include? Hiking? Swimming? Surfing? Meditation? Visiting temples? You get the picture. Figure out what your additional activities are and that will help you with your packing. I’ve created a general yoga retreat packing list for the yogis attending my weeklong yoga retreat in Bali this NovemberĀ and I thought I would share it here with all of my readers.

Bali Yoga Retreat Packing List:

Yoga Stuff:

  • yoga pants (4+ pairs)
  • yoga shorts (1 pair)
  • sports bra (3+)
  • underwear (7+)
  • long sleeve hoody or cardigan (1)
  • lightweight, quick drying tank top/t-shirt (4+)
  • sarong (1)
  • yoga mat

Regular Clothing:

  • Comfy long pants (1-2)
  • Lightweight long sleeve (1-2)
  • Shorts (2+)
  • Tanks/T-shirts (4+)
  • Undergarments
  • Socks (1 pair)
  • Hiking shoes, trail runners, sneakers, etc. (1 pair)
  • Sandals (1 pair)
  • Rain Jacket (just in case) (1)
  • Swimsuit (1-2)
  • Pajamas

Other Stuff:

  • journal and pen
  • book
  • camera and charger
  • sunscreen
  • natural bug spray (lemongrass essential oil or lemon eucalyptus both work great)
  • toiletries
  • money for extra excursions, massages, gratuity
  • refillable waterbottle
  • headlamp

 

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Autumn Adams

Owner, Founder, & Retreat Leader at Ambuja Yoga
Autumn founded Ambuja Yoga in 2014 to share her love of adventure, yoga, and travel with her fellow yogis. Ambuja Yoga has morphed into more than she could have ever dreamed and she is thrilled to have a "job" she loves. She is forever grateful for the opportunity to facilitate personal growth and self love through yoga while taking yogis to off-the-beaten-path destinations worldwide. Follow Autumn on Instagram @autumnadamsyoga.
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