Yoga-Art offers meditation and creativity lead retreats on multiple locations, worldwide. Their retreats are hidden from society and surrounded by nature.

  • Ubud, Indonesia
Limited availability

Speaks English

from US$667
from US$667
Price for:

7 days / 6 nights

Lili Kisteleki

Lili was raised in an international yoga community in the forests of Hungary. Her father is a recognized yoga teacher and writer of several spiritual books based on the real origins of humanity. Throughout her childhood, she received teachings from the internationally recognized professor and yoga guru, Raj Swami Purna Acarya Mahamandaliswara. In the past 16 years, she has visited 33 countries and learned from the world through personal experiences. Today, Lili is a painter, photographer, and art curator, currently working and living location-flexibly in Paris, Budapest, and Bali.

Adam Csepku

Adam was born in Sweden, he is the second child of an immigrated Hungarian family. He had got in touch with Tibetan tantric Buddhism naturally as his parents have been active members of the Stockholm Karma Kagyu tradition. He was blessed by several yogis, amongst others, Kalu Rinpoche and the 16th Karmapa. He started to practice Hatha yoga and Qi Gong at the age of 13. He then converted his martial arts practice to Aikido were he learned about a more holistic view of movement and energy flow.

Zsuzsi Erdos

Zsuzsi has been engaging in movement as the technique of expression and body awareness, through ballet, folk dance, jazz, and contemporary dance techniques since childhood. She participated in basic dance training and in modern dance competitions, and then studied at Budapest Contemporary Dance School. During high school, she got certified as a Sivananda yoga teacher. Following her calling, she has performed, studied, and taught in India, Australia, Bali, and in several European countries. She teaches her own techniques which were formed through her experiences.

Verified reviews

  • Review by James Patten from Australia

    "Ive just tried this and I love it! Its a well-proportioned mixture in every sense. the other guests and the teachers at the retreat were all coming from different backgrounds, different levels and nationality. Loved the vibe of this we are all one, and we are all open mentality that came from it. Made for a great little community.It was just as diverse activity-wise; visual stimulation for the mind, music for relaxation, dance as a form of active meditation, yoga for soul-searching and consciousness, while I didnt have to miss out on taking advantage of the location. I got to do the touristy stuff as well - Marrakesh, Atlas Mountain. Somehow, it all came together and complement each other. Props to the hosts for coming up with this combo!"

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  • Review by Pedro from Mexico

    "Yoga Art was a far cry from a surf camp: its a spiritual getaway to rebuild yourself in every possible way: mentally, physically, emotionally. And when you are becoming One with the universe, you probably want to become one with the ocean as well. Go with the flow and feel the waves. It worked well for me and my travelling buddies were not complaining either. If you are a surfer aching for a higher level experience, look no further. Although I did the retreat as a beginner surfer with little experience in yoga, it worked perfectly for me as well."

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  • Review by Anastasia Algerho from Spain

    "I would gladly recommend it! Ive considered their instructors more of teachers, which tells a lot. They really focus on spirituality, not just on body exercise (which doesn't mean they ignore it, but just that they really taking it to another level). Its not just an active holiday, but a full reinvention of yourself. They really focus on mindfulness, which in my experience not necessarily something thats true for most of every yoga holiday."

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  • Review by Andre Holmes from France

    "Luxury and yoga rarely go together, so Yoga-Art is absolutely filling a gap! At least for me it was a perfect combination. I really appreciated the comfort, and the option of not giving up on anything I would want in a holiday, but still having the purpose of practising yoga. I was more than happy with the classes and lectures and the accommodation as well.The one week program was filled with so many different activities. Everybody from the party I was going with found their own ways to enjoy it (spiritual-journey fanatics were as delighted as my friend, who never tried yoga before but was looking for a artist-y getaway). So to sum it up, absolutely no complaints whatsoever. After that Im absolutely convinced that yoga-holidays are the best way to escape from the world for a while."

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  • Review by Luciano Bordeno from Italy

    "I was simply looking for some kind of exotic vacation when I found Yoga-Art but I came back from a complete spiritual cleansing. I attended some yoga classes before, but the 6 days I spent at the retreat really helped me progress. As a holiday it was a mind blowingly fulfilling, but the takeaway was even better: a relaxed body and soul and the willingness to incorporate it (and yoga) into my life from now on."

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  • Review by Thomas Wattson from USA

    "To sum it up, great yoga experience and the most comfortable, visually pleasing, peaceful accommodation ever! Nice bonus: I got to activate my artistic side as well. Virtual high-five to the crew."

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  • Review by Boris Chapajev from Russia

    "I had the pleasure of working on myself with the teachers or trainers of Yoga-Art. I am not exactly an expert in yoga (or consciousness for that matter), but I could tell that they were all experienced - and moreover interesting - people in their own fields. They have different approaches for reaching the same goal: experiencing the world on a different level. Some of this ways were more, some of them less useful for me - but the beauty of the whole concept is that they werent trying to tell me how to achieve this peace, but offering options for me to find my own way. As someone who cant be bothered to join in on anything rigorous, I would truly recommend it to anyone whos either a born-and-raised free spirit, or who would really like to be one!"

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