YOGA AT HONEYMOON GUESTHOUSE At Honeymoon Guesthouse we put the Yoga back into Yoga. Our Balinese teachers offer relaxed, non-competitive classes that emphasise the spirituality and  wisdom to be gained in this ancient, health-giving practice.  




Yoga Schedule

Monday to Sunday Gentle Flow 7.30am – 9.00am
A blend of Hatha & Vinayasa for newcomers to intermediate.

Tuesday and Thursday Vinyasa Flow 9.30am-11.00am
A slow, restorative practice that focuses on deep stretching and relaxation.

Class rate:
Drop in IDR. 115,000
3 class pass IDR. 285.000
5 class pass IDR. 465.000
10 class pass IDR. 790.000
20 class pass IDR. 1,390.000

In-house guests receive 10% DISCOUNT for a minimum of 3 classes.
A special rate for KITAS holders is available, please enquire at reception.
For Indonesians or WNI, classes are by donation.
Class passes can be paid with cash, credit card.
Price and schedule is subject to change.


Enjoy the ultimate relaxation at the Honeymoon Guesthouse with 3 days of yoga, spa treatments and gourmet food. Feel like a Princess (or maybe a Prince) with a luxurious massage, invigorate with gentle yoga, rejoice in a glorious meal at Indus, learn the secrets of home-cooked Indonesian food at the renowned Casa Luna Cooking School and enjoy the gracious Balinese hospitality at the Honeymoon Guesthouse. You won’t want to leave!

4 Nights stay receive 1 night free
A 2-course Dinner at Indus under the stars

3 Yoga Classes with our in-house teachers

One Spa Treatment with our trained beauty therapists

One Cooking Class at the Casa Luna Cooking School

For single package Rp 5,100,000
For double/twin package Rp 6.000,000
For information and bookings:

*This Yoga package is not available for July, August and December 15 – January 10.


Ketut Sukrata
Born in Bali, Ketut Sukrata has been practicing yoga since 1997. In 2002 he was invited to become a member of a Yoga Society and commenced teaching yoga. In 2005 he received his Diksha qualification and Sanskrit name. Ketut believes that life is a process to yoga and can be compared to the rivers that flow into the sea. While those small and large might lose their identity, they eventually join forces to create a more powerful whole: the ocean.

Ketut Gina
Bali-born Ketut Gina studied yoga at the Ananda Marga Foundation in Bali. He has been teaching yoga for 7 years and is based at the Bagus Jati Resort.