At first glance, it may seem as though surfing is the only sporting activity on offer in Canggu, and anyone who dislikes the ocean will be left on the sand among the broken shells and umbrellas. However, the recent boom in the town’s population has meant that you can get sweaty and fit a whole range of different ways – which is pretty important when you’re living in a place with such good-looking residents. Whether serene yoga, gruelling crossfit or laps of butterfly are your thing, this not-so-sleepy beach town has it all.
So you’ve made the decision to travel or move to Bali – a very warm selamat datang to you. But as exotic as relocating to Bali sounds, we know moving isn’t always easy, so the Dojo has compiled this handy guide to help ease you into the transition.
So you’ve seen the svelte ladies and sinewy males in their shiny yoga gear, floating around glowing and zenned out, sipping on their kombucha and coconuts. If you’ve ever wanted to be a yogi or just try a class you’ll be glad to know you’re in the heart of yoga paradise. Check out Canggu’s best studios in this Guide to Yoga
Nothing complements a hard day of working, surfing, yoga, eating, networking and scooter riding like a few hard earned drinks. And maybe a boogie. In addition to Canggu’s daylight charms, there’s a nightlife here that will satiate you for as long as you stay.
The breakfast in Canggu is so goddamn delicious that you’d be forgiven for wanting it for every single meal. Dojo happens to be just a short stroll from all the best eateries in Canggu.
Every week in Dojo consists of great food, coffee, people, conversations and a whole lot of work. While people come and go, the above remains constant. And because it's a transient environment for many, it’s worth putting in the effort to network.