Nov 1 - 20, 2021 | Dec 1 - 20, 2021
Cambodia in Southeast Asia is a quiet & peaceful country that is becoming popular on the yogi trail.
After visiting the busier yoga destinations in Asia, travelers are venturing further afield & spending time here.
It is a friendly country with a strong sense of community.
And it's cheap which is always nice.
The country is mostly Buddhist; with its terrible history just decades ago the people have come together with respect and kindness.
It has a connection to spirit that supports deepening your yoga lifestyle.
Cambodia's history and people open your heart to the practices and philosophy of yoga.
There are relaxed beach towns to visit here on the Gulf of Thailand.
A well trodden path is spending time across Southeast Asia and visiting Siem Reap in Cambodia, site of Angkor Wat.
With Vietnam and Thailand next door, moving from one country to the other is an easy & popular route.
Cambodia's World Heritage temples at the Angkor complex in Siem Reap are remarkable.
Angkor Wat, the largest monument, was built in the 12th Century and is the world's largest religious temple.
It is exceptionally well preserved and an architectural wonder to behold.
Dedicated to Hindu god Vishnu as a home of the god.
There are teacher training programs popping up here.
These Yoga Alliance registered schools provide you with your RYT yoga teacher certification.
You will study pranayama, asanas, yoga teaching methodology, meditation and all parts of a yoga lifestyle and philosophy.
Search for the course that speaks to you and the yoga style & philosophy you are attracted to
The intensive yoga courses generally last for one month. Some can be shorter.
The day will start early and finish early evening, with rest breaks and lunch.
The evenings will be your own.
One day off a week will provide the time to relax, recharge and contemplate the week just passed, and the week ahead on this life changing experience.