maoMeno is located on the island of Gili Meno, Indonesia, just a short boat ride from the east coast off the island of Bali. It’s 15 square kilometers are home to about 500 residents and no cars or motorbikes making it a quiet and nurturing container for a 200hr yoga training. The property is surrounded by green fields and palm trees, and is nestled just minutes away from pristine white sand beaches and sparkling turquoise water. Personally for me, something special happens when I step into maoMeno- I feel held, supported and flooded with inspiration. The decor is peaceful, clean and simple with natural textures of rustic wood, smooth bamboo, and ylang ylang woven roofs. All houses are individually crafted and each offer their own unique expression to suit your tailored “glamping” experience. The open air yoga shala offers breezy practices on wise wood floors, however, I am continually inspired to broaden our classroom container so be prepared to step off the mat and into this tropical wonderland!

maoMeno Resort inclusive packages in USD
What’s included:

  • 25 nights accommodation at maoMeno
  • Tuition for 23 full days of training
  • Breakfast and dinner served on training days



For those with an adventurous spirit or who love a cozy nook to nestle into. This option include “bales” or open platforms equipped with a latex futton, mosquito net and electrical power for a solo experience or parallelled simplicity in a shared loft.



There are a variety of shared accommodation options available in the bungalows and houses onsite. These structures are individually crafted using the natural elements of bamboo, wood, natural light, and ylang ylang roofs for an authentic indonesian experience.


For those who are interested in a more private living experience, we have luxury accommodation available. Equipped with a double bed and your very own spacious outdoor bathroom you will have a quiet space to retreat to. A/C available in some houses.

*Deposits are non-refundable and non- transferrable.
For a closer look at the rooms visit mao meno accommodation



The easiest way to access the Gili Islands from Bali is through one of the fast boat companies offering daily transfers from Padang Bai (East Bali). My favorite is Eka Jaya Fast Boat which offers an inclusive shuttle service from Kuta, Seminyak, and Ubud. Cost is approximately USD 45.
Another option is to fly to the Lombok International Airport. From there you can get a drive 2 hours north to Bangsal where the local boats depart to the Gilis. Fast boats leave to Meno hourly.


For many countries a visa is not required to enter Indonesia as a tourist. However, if you plan to stay for more than 30 days you must either purchase a 30 day visa on arrival and renew for an additional 30 days with immigration while you are here. Another option is to or get in contact with the Indonesian consulate office in your country and attain a 60 days visa before you come. If possible the latter is recommended. Either way, please make sure you have at least 6 months left of validity on your passport from the date you are entering the country.