Unique to this region, the retreat center specializes in a variety of daily yoga classes as well as health consultations, personalized detox programs, acupuncture, massage and traditional Chinese medicine.
This retreat is for those looking to escape their daily stresses and rebalance in the calm surroundings. A team of international wellness experts will guide you through this personal wellness & well-being retreat to help you combat stress, reset and recharge.
Daily yoga is complemented by nourishing farm-to-table detox meals, spa and holistic treatments and plenty of down time, all in the tranquil surroundings.
Whether you’re just discovering yoga or have been practicing for years, immerse yourself fully into two classes each day which are tailored to your needs and skill level. One will be a group class joining other guests in a variety of practices including Ashtanga, Yin, Kriya Vinyasa and more. Each day, you will also have a private class where you can take time to develop your practice even further with tailored one-on-one sessions.
Enjoy six days of -
4 group yoga classes
3 private yoga classes
2 guided mindfulness meditations
4 detoxifying spa therapies
4 holistic healing sessions (choice of Chakra balancing, Reiki, Shiatsu, Acupuncture, Acupressure, Pranic healing, Pranayama)
In between your healing, there is plenty of time to arrange visits to the world-famous temples of Angkor, just a short drive from the hotel.
This amazing 6-day retreat includes 5 nights of accommodation, daily nourishing a la carte breakfast, 6 organic meals (lunch or dinner), airport pick up, unlimited city tuk tuk service from 7am to 10pm, Refill Not Landfill reusable water bottle, welcome drink and seasonal fruit platter in your room on arrival, welcome local souvenir and access to our three outdoor swimming pools and gym facilities.
Richard took his first yoga class in India back in 2005 and was immediately amazed by the mental clarity, body-awareness and increase in flexibility that he felt after only a few days of practice. He found that any day that started with yoga was infinitely more productive and rewarding than a day without, and that has been the case ever since.He kept up his practice when he returned to Ireland and was fortunate enough to return to India to complete his first 200hrs of teacher training in 2015, after which Richard began to teach sporadically.He decided to commit to yoga full-time and two years later he returned to Asia where I have been ever since, volunteering in ashrams, taking his next 300hrs of teacher training and working at various studios, resorts and retreats in SE Asia. The more he learns about yoga the more he realises there is to know. Richard looks forward to continuing his journey as a student and sharing his knowledge and experience with others
When Yoga found Manuela 8+ years ago, she was hooked immediately. Being a dancer since the age of 13, her body enjoyed the movements a lot. Later on, when Manuela was living a high-paced lifestyle working full-time in a design agency, she needed the stillness that Yoga and Meditation gave her. The philosophy behind it was something that fascinated her since she was a teenager: When she became ill, it helped Manuela in answering her question. After practicing Yoga for years, she realized that this practice gave her much more than she ever imagined. It gave her inner balance. It was Yoga that made Manuela pick herself back up when she was ill. And it was Yoga that helped her grow, thrive and live her life today in a way that makes her happy.Yoga for Manuela is very much about connecting body and mind, and living a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Her approach in teaching reflects that – She invites and encourages her students to reconnect with their true self, developing self-awareness, letting go of distractions and drama, by simply being present in the moment. Manuela strongly believes that Yoga not only happens on the mat – it happens in our everyday life, in the choices we make, in how we express ourselves and interact in this world, in the way we treat others and ourselves.