At Navutu Dreams, you have the opportunity to learn humble practices of Ashtanga, Hatha, Vinyasa and Meditation & Gentle Flow classes. Daily Classes are available.
Hatha Yoga is the foundation of all other styles of yoga. It is translated as Ha meaning “sun” and Tha meaning “moon,” bringing together and balancing the sun and moon properties within each of us (masculine and feminine). “Hatha” can also translate as “willfull”. Therefore the practice cultivates strength, flexibility and a focused mind. This class focuses on alignment for the different body types, as well as balancing effort and relaxation. And by bringing awareness to the breath, we create mindfulness in each pose. This class is perfect for beginners yet still challenging enough for those who already have an established practice.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
In vinyasa yoga, movement is synchronised with the breath. This style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the fluid way that the poses flow from one to another like a dance. The breath is a vital component in the practice because movement from one pose to the next is initiated by an inhale or an exhale. Vinyasa is literally translated from Sanskrit to mean “connection” , as in connecting our movement with the breath, or it can also be translated as “to place in a special way.” The term vinyasa also refers to a specific series of movements that are frequently done between each pose in a series.
The traditional Ashtanga practice follows a set series of poses that intensely challenge the body and mind. Through the use of focused breath and a dedication to the dynamic physical practice, one can achieve a level of mastery over body and mind. Created by Sri. T Krishnamacharya, devotees of this practice look toward Mysore, India to fully develop their skills and train with the masters. Teachers can be found worldwide and bring this distinct style to those looking for a structured, strong practice.
Unlike the dynamic, movement-oriented practices of yoga, Restorative yoga focuses on the nervous system and emotional responses of the body. The class is built around several reclining and prone poses that heavily rely on the use of props and pillows to completely support the body. These poses are then sustained for several minutes as the body and nervous system are able to rest and recover. Restorative is accessible to all levels and body types and is suggested for people with stress, injuries or a restless mind.[/threecol_one][threecol_one]
Join the community with this free class for all locals that brings together Khmer, foreign residents and travelers. Each class may differ in style, but is always available to all levels and body types. These classes are a great way to experience the benefits of yoga while enjoying this diverse community that Siem Reap has to offer.
Siem Reap Yoga Daily Schedule
$9.00 net per class | $4.00 net for Khmer Nationals | $80.00 Navutu Tribe (one-month Subscription) | Drop-ins Welcome | $15.00 net for Workshop | Changes in the schedule may occur. Please inquire by email or phone call in for updates.
7:30 am Yoga & Meditation (75 min)
6:30 pm Community Class (75 min)
7:30 am Ashtanga (75 min)
6:30 pm Restorative (75 min)
7:30 am Yin (75 min)
6:30 pm Hatha (75 min)
7:30 am Vinyasa Flow (75 min)
6:30 pm Sivananda (75 min)
7:30 am Hatha (75 min)
6:30 pm Gentle Vinyasa Flow (75 min)
8:30 am Vinyasa Flow 2 (75 min)
11:00 am Workshop (2 hours)
4:00 am Hatha (75 min)
8:30 am Hatha (75 min)
4:00 pm Restorative (75 min)