BALI BreathCamp

The Ark Ubud, Bali

Dates TBA

Alchemy Student Graduation

There are 16 spaces for graduating and leading a Breathwork session.

Past & current students and mentors are also welcome to join to learn, celebrate and gather as a community. The Alchemy Student Graduation has been highly curated to offer you the most holistic approach to healing and learning available.

Register Here

Dates TBA


Per person, per day

Shared Room (double share)

Single beds, 2 people sharing


Per person, per day

Single Room

1 person


The retreat center has 8 guest rooms with en-suite bathrooms, a large on-site open air yoga shala, a beautiful pool surrounded by the jungle, a fire pit, and an infrared sauna to enjoy on site.

Master Suite

A Huge Bedroom, about 8 m long, with living area, deep balcony, running the whole length of the room, an outside handmade bathtub under the stars – the best room in a fabulous home!

Gardenia Apartment

An Apartment Bedroom with a private outside seating area, day bed, and balcony. A fully equipped kitchen. bathroom with bath tub, and spacious views of rice fields from the bedroom.

Temple - Family Room

This is a charming little apartment, air conditioned sleeping up to 4 people, (2 in a separate annex). Perfect for a family or group of friends.

Open Air Room

The most private air conditioned – room with private garden. Wonderfully quiet with a view of rice field. Intimate, cozy and cute. A writers dream!

Blue Room

Located at the main house, this room has the best access to the living room, and to the common kitchen and dining area. Enjoy the huge outdoor shower while staying in this room.

Mount Agung Suite

A cozy room with a direct rice field view located on the 2nd floor, a writers desk and a semi outdoor shower area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes we really encourage you to come for the full 10 days to gain the full experience. You will need to attend the full amount of time to graduate.

Guests are advised to stay onsite as there is plenty of accommodation and you can gain more from your experience by living with fellow students, providing a supportive community for everyone.

​Yes. When you go through the registration form, you’ll come across a room request form where you can request anyone you would like to share a room with. If you’re booking last minute we may not be able to accommodate your request but we promise to do the absolute best we can!

​If you have any food allergies, please list them in the relevant section on the registration form.

For those that want to arrive earlier or stay later before or after breathcamp at The Ark, bookings can be made and paid for with The Ark team directly AFTER you have

confirmed and paid for your Breathcamp in full. Additional nights at The Ark are available on a first come, first served basis.

Check out for guests is at 12:00pm on the last day of camp.

​We’re sorry but due to high demand, your reservation is only confirmed once payment has been made and we cannot hold rooms for you.

Weather in Ubud, Bali is usually warm to hot during this time of year and can be rainy as well due to the tropical climate. Most days the temperature in March is around 24-29 degrees Celsius so plan to pack for summer/warm weather.

Bali has a dry season (April to October) and a wet season (November- March) each year.  Please pack accordingly as March is the tail end of the rainy season.

What should I bring?

What not to bring?​


They are strictly forbidden. Violating this and getting caught can bring dire consequences, even for small quantities. Just don’t do it.

COVID Compliance​

Travel and medical insurance. Currently, it is mandatory to enter Indonesia for all foreign travelers to have International health insurance with minimum coverage of USD $100,000, including but not limited to COVID-19 related treatment and hospitalization in Indonesia

Please keep up to date with required paperwork / testing that may be necessary either on exit or entry. All planning and logistics for the breathcamp will be compliant with current COVID-19 regulations.

Concerned about safety in Bali?

Overall, Bali is a safe place for travelers. The small amount of crime that occurs in Bali tends to be petty crime involving theft but is rare. If safety is a concern for you, we recommend traveling privately and avoiding public and or open group transportation.

While traveling and when visiting towns and villages, we advise mindfulness. Don’t flash expensive devices or carry large amounts of cash. Theft tends to be petty and opportunistic.

If avoidable, do not bring valuables with you that are unnecessary for your trip.

Travel to and from The Ark

Plan to arrive into I Gusti Ngurah Rai (code DPS) International Airport in Denpasar. From there, it can take 1-2 hours to take a taxi from the airport to The Ark depending on traffic. We recommend arriving the day prior to allow for time to decompress from travel and rest before breathcamp begins.

We recommend hiring a private taxi to bring you directly from the airport to Ubud. You can direct the driver to bring you to TYGR Sushi in Ubud and there is a parking lot right behind there where you can be dropped off as the road that leads to The Ark is accessible by motorbike only.

From the parking lot, The Ark team will meet you by motorbike to come pick you and your luggage up to take you to The Ark. It is important to coordinate this process with their team, so we will need to have your Flight Information, a contact number for you, and arrival time to share with The Ark team.


Alchemy of Breath reserves the right to change the order of events, faculty and staff.

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