Covid-19 Update

Yoga Breeze Bali is following the Corona virus (COVID-19) situation and updates on obtaining the necessary visas to enter Indonesia including Bali.

October 14, 2021

The required quarantine can now be done in Bali directly and for a period reduced to 5 days!

Entry formalities in Bali

– A B211 visa
– A complete vaccination certificate against covid.
– A negative PCR test 48 hours before departure.
– Proof of covid insurance 19.
– Carry out an 5-day quarantine in Bali.

The YogaBreezeBali team

September 21, 2021

Entry formalities in Indonesia

– A B211 visa
– A complete vaccination certificate against covid.
– A negative PCR test 48 hours before departure.
– Proof of covid insurance 19.
– Carry out an 8-day quarantine in Jakarta (2 PCR tests during this period.)

Flight information (Make sure you have the documents requested above during your trip.)

Paris to Jakarta flights.
Stop: 8 days of quarantine in Jakarta.
Flight: Jakarta-Bali on the eighth day. (We advise you to take your Jakarta-Bali ticket at the end of the quarantine and not in advance!)
If you have travelled to India and South Africa within the previous 14 days, you will not be able to enter Indonesian territory.

Visa formalities

– Visa B211 to be provided. Valid for a stay of 6 months (2 months + 4 months renewable)
– A copy of your passport (valid for at least 12 months).
– An insurance certificate specifying the coverage for the Covid.
– Proof of complete vaccination.

Visa Cost

– 250 USD (approximately depending on the exchange rate) obtained within 10 to 15 working days.
– 285 USD (approximately depending on the exchange rate) obtained within 5 working days.


July 22, 2021

All visa issuances are suspended for the moment. Only people with a work permit (Kitas) or a residence permit (Kitap) can enter Indonesia. We will keep you updated as soon as possible.

Many of you have shown us your support, the entire YogaBreezeBali team thanks you. Above all, let’s continue to practice, we will join in due time!

Do not hesitate to contact me if you need advice in your practice.


March 22, 2021

The students and Yoga Breeze Bali teachers have been extremely patient until now. A big thank you to all of you!

Even though during the last few months this crazy situation has spread all over the world, we still have plenty of faith and hope.

After many announcements and changes, it seems that Bali should reopen its doors during June – July 2021. This last information remains of course to be confirmed!

We send our positive and most peaceful intentions so that we are finally given the joy of meeting our future students. After all this waiting we are more than ready to welcome you this summer, with open hearts and arms.


January, 2021

About Yoga Breeze Bali teacher training for 2021
We are delighted to be able to welcome you soon.
Six 200 hours teacher trainings as well as two 300 hours are planned for 2021.

Cancellation, change of dates and refund :
During this particular period and in case you were denied entry on Indonesian territory at the last minute due to new immigration restrictions (COVID-19). You will be able to request a transfer of your training dates or even a refund of your deposit as well as the full balance.

Please keep yourself updated regarding your country and airline’s own policies.

YogaBreezeBali is a well known Bali based yoga school with a respectful code of conduct. We focus on high standards teacher training and accommodation. Your main teacher (Julie) will respond to your requests and questions herself via email to establish a real connection. If you wish to contact Julie directly by phone, simply send me a message in advance (here).


December 28, 2020

The Indonesian government has officially announced the enclosure of its borders. In an attempt to prevent the virus from entering Indonesia, borders are closed to all foreign visitors from January 1 to February 8, 2021. We will keep you updated as soon as possible with any new regulations coming from the Indonesian government.

The entire Yoga Breeze Bali team stays positive and we really hope to be able to welcome you very soon on our next sessions.

Recently, Bali opened to visitors!
However, for now you will have to fly through Jakarta before you can land in Bali.
Additionally, you will need to apply for a special visa.

The e-visa available online and allows you to enter Indonesia for fees varying anywhere from $300 to $450 depending on the agency you use. 6 months validity (2 months + 4 extensions)

If you would like to join us and need help obtaining this e-visa or for more information on the process, please do not hesitate to contact us.

From January 1, 2021 (The latter remains to be confirmed.)
The latest information also announces the possibility for tourists to fly directly to Bali and without a special visa.

About life in Bali at the moment, still calm, the island is slowly returning to a new normal.
We share a real sense of freedom and safety. Despite the announcement of the March 20, 2020 border closure, we have the opportunity to enjoy the whole island without any restrictions. However, wearing a mask is still required.