Past Youga Adventures

Check out some of our past trips and retreats. 

Take inspiration for your next adventure - and remember that each of our retreats is different from the next and completely tailored to your needs!

Culinary Experiences




A Dreamy Week in Bali

Spend a week in a luxury Balinese-style villa tucked away in a tranquil corner of the vibrant Seminyak. 

Start your day with meditation by your own private pool. Continue with yoga classes and enjoy a smoothie by the pool before your next activities – relaxing or exploring, the choice is yours!

What’s included

  • 7 days/6 nights in 5* villa in Seminyak with private pool, driver, butler and on-demand breakfast cooked by your personal chef
  • 4 hours of yoga classes per day + 1 hour of meditation per day
  • Transport to/from airports (optional)
  • Welcome pack, with useful goodies for your trip, yoga training or relaxing


  • Plan a day trip to Ubud and immerse yourself in the spirituality of the forest, try some local specialties, check out the monkey forest and wander around this magic town
  • Enjoy the nightlife in Seminyak. Whatever your vibe is, you can find a place to dance the night away or enjoy a drink by the ocean
  • Visit suggestive temples such as the iconic Uluwatu temple and Tanah Lot.
  • Immerse yourself in nature and visit rice fields and waterfalls in Tegalalang, where you can also sample the famous luwak coffee (and even feed the luwaks)


1) Foodie pack: your personal chef will cook traditional local dishes to your liking (menus are customisable but subject to ingredients availability)

£20 pp half board, £30 pp full board

2) Fitness pack: a personal trainer will deliver a customised fitness class based on your needs, directly at your villa

£30 per hour up to 6 people, £50 per hour for larger groups 

3) Relax pack: one of our masseuses will come to your villa for an unforgettable massage by the pool or indoors

Min 1h. 1h £50, 1h30 £70, 2h £80. Prices are per person

4) Wanderer pack: visit the best spots the island has to offer at your pace, with the help of our local guide who will take you to the top sights and tell you about local customs and culture

Half a day £40, Full day £60. Entrance fees are excluded. Prices are per group, up to 4 people.

5) More Youga pack: add more yoga or meditation classes. Some special yoga classes are also available

£30 per hour up to 6 people, £50 per hour for larger groups

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Culinary Experiences

Adventures for foodies

Are you passionate about food? 

Take a pasta masterclass in Italy, a paella class in Spain, or go on an olive oil tour in Greece.  Enjoy wine tasting in Bordeaux or cooking classes in Thailand.

You name it, we'll plan it!

Some of our past trips included:

- weekend in Italy with stay in luxury countryside residence, tour of Franciacorta wine region, tour and tasting at Parmesan factory, pasta making class, customised restaurant recommendations

- 10-day trip to Thailand (Chiang Mai, Phuket and Bangkok) with stay in villas and 5* resorts, northern thai cuisine cooking classes, southern thai cuisine cooking classes, market tours, customised restaurant recommendations

- 12-day trip to Japan (Kyoto, Osaka, Tokyo) with stay in traditional Japanese house (Edo-style) and traditional ryokan, sushi masterclasses, tea ceremony class, Japanese sweets class, sake tasting, Yamazaki whiskey tour, customised restaurant recommendations

- weekend in Singapore with stay in 5* hotel, market tour, Singaporean cuisine masterclass, customised restaurant recommendations

- 5-day trip to Georgia with stay in a luxury countryside resort, market tour, traditional cuisine cooking classes, wine tour, traditional restaurant recommendations

- weekend in Budapest with stay in 5* hotel, Hungarian food class, extensive Hungarian wine tasting with a focus on the famous Tokaji (dessert wine), restaurant recommendations

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Venice Biennale Art Fair

Dive into the city of art

Wake up to the smell of espresso before joining your personal art guide, who will walk you through the exhibition and the city’s historical spots. 

Get lost in the canals for some painting-grade pictures, enjoy the buzz around San Marco square, shop for glass art and carnival masks before enjoying an Aperol Spritz-based aperitivo near Rialto bridge. They make many different versions of Spritz in the area – try the one with Cynar, made with an aromatic artichoke liqueur!

Take a day trip to the colourful Murano and Burano islands and check out how they make glass and lace – the traditional way.

What’s included

· Luxury accommodation in the heart of Venice - choose between a luxury renaissance apartment with a view on the canal, a villa or a resort

· Welcome pack, with useful goodies for your trip

· Private tour/art guide

· Transfers to/from airport. Excludes public transport (ferry)

A few words on the Biennale

The Art Biennale, a contemporary visual art exhibition and so called because it is held biennially (in odd-numbered years), focuses on contemporary art and also includes events for art, contemporary dance, architecture, cinema and theatre.

The formal Biennale is based at a park, the Giardini. The Giardini includes a large exhibition hall that houses a themed exhibition curated by the Biennale's director.

A fringe event for younger artists and artists of a national origin not represented by the permanent national pavilions is usually staged in the Arsenale and has become part of the formal biennale programme. The Giardini houses 30 permanent national pavilions. Alongside the Central Pavilion, the Giardini are occupied by a further 29 pavilions built at different periods by the various countries participating in the Biennale. The pavilions are the property of the individual countries and are managed by their ministries of culture.

Venice Biennale 2019

The Venice Art Biennale 2019 runs from May 11 until November 24 and this year’s edition has been entitled ‘May You Live In Interesting Times‘. The event defines a general approach to making art and highlights the social importance of art as a means to induce pleasure and critical thinking.

The title is an expression of the English language long mistakenly attributed to an ancient Chinese curse, which evokes periods of uncertainty, crises and disorders. "Interesting times", precisely, like the ones we are experiencing.

The 58th Exhibition is curated by Ralph Rugoff, current director of the Hayward Gallery in London. He began his career as a critic and essayist before he began working as an independent curator.

Collateral events

This year’s edition features 21 collateral events scattered across the city of Venice. For more details, visit: 

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