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6 Days Detox and Yoga Retreat in Cambodia

  • Vagabond Temple, Sangat 3 Independence Beach, Sihanoukville, Cambodia


Yoga and Detox Retreat Cambodia

Detox at Vagabond Temple is not just a dietary adjustment. It is a holistic learning experience, integrating different schools of nutrition and the yogic understanding of the physical body. You will learn nutrition and fasting techniques to optimize your health in the future. Personalized health coaching will guide you towards a deeper understanding of your body and your relationship with food, and teach you how to detox at home using methods best suited to your needs.


  • All yoga and meditation classes
  • Open access to all house facilities
  • 5 workshops on health, nutrition, and cleansing teachings
  • 4 healing sessions of Reiki and various styles of massage
  • Unlimited fresh coconut water, tea, and sugar cane juice
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 5 days with instruction
  • English
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The heart of Vagabond Temple Spiritual Home is a large, welcoming, traditional Khmer house. The home features many original details including handmade bamboo and wood furniture, as well as, a collection of cultural pieces of decoration. The main house is surrounded by a lush garden with a variety of exotic fruit trees, plants, and flowers, where you will find birds, butterflies, and squirrels. You are invited to come and experience this beacon of peace and tranquility for yourself.

Private rooms

The comfortable and relaxing private rooms are located inside the main house, equipped with traditional wooden furniture and decorated with cultural pieces. Each room has a double bed, a private en-suite bathroom with hot water, wardrobe, fan, and mosquito net.

Garden hut

The garden hut has its own veranda where you can sit and enjoy the natural beauty of the temple grounds. The hut is equipped with a double bed, mosquito net, and fan. Guests can use the shared hot water bathroom behind the main house.


There are two types of mixed gender dormitories that can accommodate four to six people.

The standard dormitories are located in the main house and have their own en-suite bathroom with hot water. Each bed is equipped with its own fan and mosquito net and there are shelves for storing personal belongings.

The basic dormitory, located outside the main house, is a traditional wooden bungalow with bunk beds, mosquito nets and a storage space for personal belongings. The wooden bungalow has a communal veranda. Bathroom facilities with hot water are available just inside the main house.

Communal spaces

Throughout the house, you will find several communal chill-out spaces where you can relax, read, create, and connect with people from around the world.

Silent haven

The covered rooftop terrace is a small oasis where you can retreat in silence to be alone with your own thoughts and the lush treetops.

Learning center

Featuring a small library stocked with books related to yoga and meditation, inspiring audio lectures, music, spiritual movies, and documentaries.

Free WiFi

WiFi is available throughout the premises for learning purposes and urgent communication, but it is strongly recommended to take time off from casual browsing and reconnect to the natural rhythms of life.

Yoga hall

A spacious semi open-air space, perfect for learning and practicing, dancing and celebrating life. The yoga hall is equipped with yoga mats, straps, blocks, cushions, bolsters, and a sound system.

Healing hut

The healing hut is a secluded, quiet, safe, and energetic space to rejuvenate through a variety of healing sessions from one of the trained healers.


In the peaceful garden, you will find hammocks, tables, and chairs, outside gym (elliptical trainer, bench press, and weights), and an open-air bathtub.


Basins are provided for you to do your laundry or you can make use of the laundry service for a small fee.

Sihanoukville is Cambodia's main beach destination located on the beautiful southern coast. Although popular with tourists, Sihanoukville has managed to retain its laidback atmosphere situated, with white sand beaches and fairly undeveloped tropical islands. Vagabond Temple is located in a quiet corner of Sihanoukville, Cambodia, only a five-minute walk to Independence Beach. Directly outside the front gate, you will find fields, laughing children, kind locals, and a few shops.

Nearby places

  • Independence beach - 5 minutes' walking
  • 4 healing sessions of Reiki and various styles of massage
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 5 workshops on health, nutrition, and cleansing teachings
  • All yoga and meditation classes
  • Open access to all house facilities
  • Unlimited fresh coconut water, tea and sugar cane juice

Why detox?

Detox is the process of enhancing the body’s natural detoxification process through fasting, relaxation, and rest. Your bodies are always working hard to eliminate toxins. In particular, your digestive systems are under a lot of strain to process caffeine, alcohol, preservatives, and other toxins that regularly feature in the modern Western diet. Stress, anxiety, and negative thought patterns are also major toxins that impact on the physical and emotional health.

When you detox, you are not starving yourselves - you are allowing the body to rest. When you fast, the energy that normally goes into digestion can be redirected to other areas. Fasting accelerates the elimination of toxins from your bodies and can help strengthen the digestive system, relieve aches and pains, and improve the overall health of the internal organs.

Why choose this program?

It can be very difficult to detox alone. The process can bring up negative emotions as well as physical symptoms, and it is easy to give in to your cravings without a supportive environment. At Vagabond Temple, you will detox in a spiritual community of like-minded people, with a dedicated mentor to guide you. Your daily yoga and meditation retreat program is both relaxing and energizing, allowing for a seamless detoxification process without any stress or disruption. The location - green, quiet, and free of air pollution - is also ideal.

Detox at Vagabond Temple is not just a dietary adjustment. It is a holistic learning experience, integrating different schools of nutrition and the yogic understanding of the physical body.You will learn nutrition and fasting techniques to optimize your health in the future. Personalized health coaching will guide you towards a deeper understanding of your body and your relationship with food, and teach you how to detox at home using methods best suited to your needs.

Detox schedule

Preparation - first day

  • Set meals of steamed vegetables, fruit, and salad
  • Workshop on what to expect from the program, introduction to natural hygiene and Ayurvedic principles.

Fasting period - 3 days

  • Coconut water, herbal tea, sugar cane juice
  • Daily morning check-in and sharing
  • Daily workshop on nutrition, philosophy of detox, emotional relationships with food, Ayurveda, and natural hygiene
  • Daily healing session (Reiki or massage)

Evaluation - final day

  • Set meals of steamed vegetables, fruit, and salad
  • Program debrief, workshop on how to preserve the detox effect, and directions for detox at home

Vagabond Temples does not use any detoxification products, as they follow the natural hygiene method, which understands the healing process as completely natural and free from any artificial disturbance. Therefore, while undergoing their detoxification program, you will consume only coconut water, juice, raw food, and water according to your needs

Arrival by airplane

Book flights to Phnom Penh International Airport (PNH).

Phnom Penh is the main gateway to Sihanoukville with regular, overland transportation options available.

Most costly but comfortable option is Cambodia Angkor Air who offers daily flights between Siem Reap and Sihanoukville.

Arrival by bus

There are several bus companies that have daily Phnom Penh - Sihanoukville (and vice versa) schedules.The approximate cost of a bus ticket is 10 USD. Bus companies to check out include Giant Ibis Transport, Phnom Penh Sorya Transport, and Capitol Tours.

Arrival by taxi

Vagabond Temple can arrange a taxi to pick you up from Phnom Penh Airport (PNH) to Vagabond Temple. The ride takes approximately four hours by taxi and costs 50 Dollars.

What to bring

  • In the rainy season, an umbrella or a raincoat
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Swimsuit and towel for the beach

Travel assistance

Vagabond Temple can arrange a tuk tuk to pick you up from the airport, bus station or town. Please let Vagabond Temple know if such arrangements are needed.

Passport / Visa

One option is to get a tourist visa on arrival. This is available either at the airport or at the border crossing. It costs 30 USD and you will need two passport photos.

Another option is a Cambodian tourist visa online (e-visa). All you need to do is complete the online application form and pay with your credit card. After receiving your visa by email, print it out and bring it with you when you travel to Cambodia (an online e-visa costs 37 USD).

Tourist visas are valid for 30 days however they can be extended for another 30 days at any travel agency in Sihanoukville. Vagabond Temple can arrange this for you, a month extension will cost about 53 USD.

If you wish to stay for more than 60 days in Cambodia, you should ask for a business visa. It can be applied for only at the border or at the airport on arrival. This type of visa is valid for 30 days and can be extended for three months, six months or for one year once in the country. It costs 35 USD.

Medical information

A consultation meeting will take place before the detox begins, where a personalized detox fasting program will be determined. All students are required to follow the code of conduct to ensure a smooth running of the retreat. Attendance in all classes is a must as each class contributes to the next. If you experience any difficulties and cannot attend for any reason, please inform the teachers.

Additional information

For more information, ask your questions directly to Vagabond Temple, who will be happy to assist you. Simply click on the Send Inquiry button to send a message.


Kobi is a yoga and meditation practitioner and teacher, a nutritional and holistic health counselor and life coach. Kobi was born in Israel in 1981 and has a degree in Comparative Religion (Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Western philosophy) from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He has also studied with Jewish mystics in various Kabala Centres throughout Israel.

A life long student, Kobi has trained with great yoga masters around the world - mostly in India, Thailand, and Israel. He has extensive experience and education in varying styles of yoga including Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Kundalini, Hatha, Yin and Iyengar.

He also studied Thai yoga massage at Wat Po in Thailand. Having a great passion for health and nutrition, he continued studying various nutrition-based healing methods including raw food, Ayurveda, integrated nutrition, and a natural hygiene nutrition method which are all incorporated in Vagabond Temple’s detox programs.

As both a life coach and social worker, Kobi has helped people of all ages and nationalities make critical changes in their behavior and outlook including at-risk teenagers, people suffering from mental illness and addictions. He focuses on self-empowerment, building life skills, and rehabilitation to enable changes in others. At Vagabond Temple, Kobi uses his extensive theoretical knowledge in gently guiding people on their path to self-realization.


Pazit is a yoga and meditation practitioner and teacher, a life coach and holistic healing therapist specializing in Reiki, pranic healing and reflexology, as well as self-development through theater. Pazit was born in Israel in 1976 and has degrees in both performance arts as well as education from the David Yalin Institute in Jerusalem.

At twenty, Pazit’s solo-travels through India introduced her to Eastern philosophy and a new way of life, igniting her journey on the path of self-discovery. Pazit’s experiences and studies in Reiki, yoga, meditation, and tantra, inspired her to develop and build her own dedicated practice.

She is a certified reflexologist (Reidaman Institute in Jerusalem) and completed numerous studies in Reiki, including Jewish Reiki, Tibetan Reiki, and pranic healing. These studies culminated in 2012 when she was initiated as a Reiki master in Thailand.

Throughout the years, she has taken part in a variety of Tibetan Buddhism courses as well as Goenka Vipassana and other Buddhist retreats. While deepening her yoga practice she became a certified yoga teacher at Yoga Vidya Gurukul in Nasik, India.

Pazit has a broad range of experience in teaching, leading group workshops, personal coaching, and alternative healing. She worked as a teacher and coach with teenagers at risk for several years and has over a decade of experience teaching self-development through theater for individuals and groups.

For over ten years, she has practiced short and long term reflexology, Reiki and pranic healing while teaching Reiki level I, II and master courses since 2012. At Vagabond Temple Spiritual Home, Pazit combines all of her extensive knowledge and expertise to help people heal and offer support on their life journey.

Four healing sessions of Reiki and various styles of massage are included in the price of the retreat.

  • Cycling
  • Swimming
  • Massage
  • Beach nearby
  • Environmentally friendly
  • Garden
  • Hammock
  • Library
  • Multilingual staff
  • Internet access
  • Laundry
  • Local market
  • Shop nearby
  • Tour assistance
For information about the booking conditions, please send Vagabond Temple an inquiry.
  • Review by Anke B. from Germany

    "Doing the detox program at Vagabond Temple was the best decision I made in a long time! I have been trying to do a 7-day fast by myself at home for quite a long time but never really succeeded, but when I found this detox program online I wanted to give it another try with professional support and did not regret it. In fact, it has been a life changing experience for me and the initially planned seven days of detox turned out to be so good for my body and soul that I ended up prolonging to a total of 10 days of fasting."

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  • Review by Sabrina from Switzerland

    "Although I stayed just for 4 nights I had a wonderful and an inspired time in the Vagabond Temple. It opened me some doors to my soul and inside. It was a place of peace. Thank you very much!"

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  • Review by Anisha Raj from Hanoi, Vietnam

    "Words do little in describing the gratitude I have for teachers who provide gems of wisdom in a completely ego-less way. They taught in complete selflessness, hold a space for individuals to discover their true nature, and who by their very being ignite transformation in those who are blessed to surround them. I have the deepest respect for Kobi and Pazit at Vagabond Temple in Cambodia, whom are doing exactly this. I was so fortunate to have experienced the unique community they have created in Sihanoukville. Individuals from all over the world, from all walks of life, are drawn to their simple yet beautiful center where they are provided the rare opportunity to actively participate in the path of Yoga. They have created a space for individuals to embark on the journey of self-discovery and to go deeper into whatever it may be that brings them joy. On the mat, Kobi and Pazit reminded us that poses or kriyas are a way to open our bodies and energetic channels in preparation for meditation. Whether practicing for the first time or for twenty years, they have created a space for everyone to meet themselves honestly, and with compassion, wherever they are in their practice. Off of the mat, Yoga is watering the plants, picking up garbage from the beach, dancing, mindful eating, sharing ideas with new friends, singing karaoke, creating art, supporting one another and being supported by the community of Yogis surrounding you."

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  • Review by Carina Heijdenberg from Ängelholm, Sweden

    "I am so grateful for my experience at The Vagabond Temple. The yoga classes with lovely Kobi has helped me to develop my yoga practice and the breathing technics. The Darma talks and the variation of meditation with Kobi and Pazit has changed my inner journey. This place doesn't only offer yoga, meditation, drama talks etc this unique place surrounds you with love and joy! Namaste", edited

  • Review by Tracey H

    "I spent 8 nights at Vagabond Temple and found it an incredibly uplifting experience. I was initially a little nervous, being an 'older' non- yogi traveller, however I was made to feel so welcome from the moment I arrived. After only a few days I felt stronger on every level because of the amazing yoga and meditation which was for about 3-4 hours every day and each day was different. The temple offers an array of healing modalities to complement the program at very reasonable rates. I realised instantly that monetary gain was not the aim here, which is rare in today's world. The vegan food was mostly delicious but when it became a bit repetitive ,it was easy to supplement with local food outside the premises. The location is 5 minutes from a gorgeous beach so it was fab to have a swim after an intense yoga session. The temple itself had a peaceful, zen feel to it which resonated and reverberated with everyone there. The participants came from every walk of life as did the volunteers and staff, who were friendly and inclusive. I reserve the greatest accolade for the owners who were also the yoga and meditation teachers. Kobi and Pazit are wonderful,warm spiritual people whose goal is to instill self-love and a higher collective consciousness... Very lofty aims but they succeed in doing just that! I was so impressed with their non- judgmental acceptance and their breadth of knowledge. As cliched as it sounds, I really did 'feel the love' and came away from the retreat feeling reset, recharged and enriched. A truly enchanting experience and one that I would highly recommend. Thank you all!"

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  • Review by Traveler from Madrid, Spain

    "I needed a little rest and re-centering after 4.5 months of travel, and Vagabond Temple was just the place! The intention of all things here is so pure and lovely. I went looking to have some time to myself and came away feeling very grateful and loved, from the sense that comes from meeting many like minded individuals that became fast friends. The sense of community that they have created and attract is so wonderful. Kobi, Pazit and all of their volunteers are insightful, warm, connected and good hearted. The vegan food was very tasty and satisfying. It is a beautiful place to find your peace, learn more about spirituality, relax and have fun. There is a schedule that they follow every day, that offers a lot of variety. It is well thought out and offers lots of ability for self growth, even if you are planning to stay for a long time. For me it was perfect and although I was only there for 5 days, I definitely felt renewed when the time came to leave. I only wished I could have stayed longer! The temple and its environment had so much more to offer me. Maybe next time, I'll be able to go for longer!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Berlin, Germany

    "The Vagabond Temple is just an awesome place. If you want to relax, you are right here. If you want to understand yourself deeper and work with yourself, you are right here too. Kobi and Pazit are amazing human beings, who know themselves damn good, and they are offering their knowledge and love for everyone who is asking for it. But don't believe me, go and experience yourself!"

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  • Review by Liselotte from Heidelberg, Germany

    "I stayed for three nights in the temple and had a great time there. I felt very welcome, most people socialize with others and several times a day the team insured socializing by little games and tasks with the whole group. I consider the Temple to be a very modern and young place where you can enjoy your time and learn to smile and to appreciate others - even though the focus lays on practicing yoga and meditation. Nevertheless there is enough time and space for you to be by yourself. The yoga classes vary in their style but I enjoyed all of them. The dharma talk helps a lot to understand about yoga and meditation and helps you to learn. On my last day I managed to concentrate on my breath while mediating for the first time, and this was truly due to Pazit's explanations and help. I would like to come back to this place and stay for a longer period."

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  • Review by Linda from Gorinchem, The Netherlands

    "I stayed here for three weeks and at the end I didn't want to leave anymore. The teachers are very experienced and know what they are doing. Also they try to help you in every possible way. The vibe at the retreat is very nice too. It's really a little community and everyone is very friendly towards each other and helping each other out. Not one single time I felt judged by anyone here and I felt so relaxed being myself. It's been truly amazing here!"

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  • Review by Alice Karlsson

    "I had a pleasant stay at Vagabond Temple. I loved the combination of a schedule with a lot of activities during the day and the free time where you could decide on your own what do to. The people at this place have been amazing and there is a warm atmosphere where you always feel welcomed regardless who you are talking to. I have learned a lot at this place, it is both a journey for your body and soul. I would really recommend anyone to visit this wonderful place. " website, edited

  • Review by Anisha Raj from Vietnam

    "Words do little in describing the gratitude I have for teachers who provide gems of wisdom in a completely ego-less way; teachers who in complete selflessness, hold a space for individuals to discover their true nature, and who by their very being ignite transformation in those who are blessed to surround them. I have the deepest respect for Kobi and Pazit at Vagabond Temple in Cambodia, whom are doing exactly this. I was so fortunate to have experienced the unique community they have created in Sihanoukville. Individuals from all over the world, from all walks of life, are drawn to their simple yet beautiful center where they are provided the rare opportunity to actively participate in the path of Yoga. They have created a space for individuals to embark on the journey of self-discovery and to go deeper into whatever it may be that brings them joy. On the mat, Kobi and Pazit reminded us that poses or kriyas are a way to open our bodies and energetic channels in preparation for meditation. Whether practicing for the first time or for twenty years, they have created a space for everyone to meet themselves honestly, and with compassion, wherever they are in their practice. Off of the mat, Yoga is watering the plants, picking up garbage from the beach, dancing, mindful eating, sharing ideas with new friends, singing karaoke, creating art, supporting one another and being supported by the community of Yogis surrounding you."

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  • Review by Sabrina from Switzerland

    "Although I stayed just for 4 nights I had a wonderful and an inspired time in the Vagabond Temple. It opened me some doors to my soul and inside. Thank you very much."

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  • Review by Vicky and Sebastian from Germany

    "We stayed at the Vagabond Temple just for a week without having any expectations. What happened after just few days was, that we felt in love with the place, with the people, with the energy, with yoga, especially with kundalini, with the talks, the meditations and with the food. My husband have never practiced yoga before and neither I nor he had experience in meditation. Through the open minded, non-judgemental, non-pushing way Pazit and Kobi invite you on a spiritual journey opened a complete new horizons for us. The result was, we joined the community program and became community members for 2 months. The time spent at the Vagabond Temple changed us and our perspective on life. It was a beautiful start of a deep meaningful journey within. We are deeply thankful to everybody who was involved in our growing process. P.S. Pazit is very experienced Reiki healer and Kobi does very professional Thai and deep tissue massages. Don't miss booking some sessions when you are there. Also, I recommend the life couching classes of both of them and the "soul healing" done by Peter."

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  • Review by Oliver from France

    "I feel grateful for my week spent at Vagabond Temple. The team is very welcoming and qualified. This place is great if you want to develop your spirituality, even as a beginner. Thank you very much!"

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  • Review by Rebecca from United Kingdom

    "I spent a week at the Vagabond Temple. Initially I was totally scared to go here. I thought it would be full of flexible people who could meditate very easily and were very much in touch and found themselves (as cliche as that sounds) ,but it's not. There were all walks of life there at different life stages and abilities. All trying to get something different out of it. For me it was perfect. Honestly I was terrified walking in there. Within 10 minutes my anxiety had been relieved by a warm, friendly welcome. The atmosphere is literally just that! All the time. I did this retreat half way through my backpacking experience. I wanted to get better at meditation, as I understand the benefits to be incredible, and to help with my own mental health and anxiety. I had tried mediation myself for the last year and though it was basically impossible for me. I was pretty frustrated with myself at meditation. However, Kobi (one of the owners) is incredible at guided mediation and taught me skills that has enabled me to meditate better and on my own. Even if I did only manage it for a few minutes half of the time. As for yoga. I was worse. Totally ridged with poor posture and zero flexibility. Currently there is a lovely teacher called Teresa Richard. She taught me it's okay to listen to my body and adapt the moves to what feels right to me. We all have different body's at the end of the day. And I can't touch my toes. But I don't care anymore. One day I will be able to do it.. But right now it feels good just using props that I need and my body feels incredible and happy for it! Most of all I learnt how yoga and mediation compliment each other. I will be carrying on everything I have learnt .. hopefully for my lifetime. Before I waffle more.Food was great, healthy and warm. A nice change from all the backpacking food I have been consuming. The staff were super friendly, beds were comfortable. Thickest mattress I've had in south east Asia :) Highly recommend the Vagabond Temple. I've learnt lots and so thankful for this place!"

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  • Review by Alsie from United Kingdom

    "Words can't describe how grateful I am of stumbling across Vagabond Temple. I am very new to practicing yoga and was rather apprehensive of trying a retreat, I wasn't sure what to expect or what would be expected of me. It turns out all I had to do was smile and breath. Vagabond itself has a lovely, calm energy. The beautiful people who run the temple and contribute to running the temple are incredibly welcoming, immediately put you at ease and actually just appreciate your presence. The food was delicious and in abundance. I cannot thank Kobi, Peter and Theresa enough. I met incredible people who will be friends for life. I had such a great time. 100% you will not regret going, the only regret is that you won't have booked enough days. I am definitely, definitely, definitely going back. Until next time, namaste."

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  • Review by Elisa from Italy

    "I ended my 'Cambodian experience' at Vagabond temple, volunteering and enjoying the daily activities of the retreat. At the beginning I was a bit 'confused', but sooner than later I realized it was the place to BE... to be myself! I had an incredible experience, meeting interesting people, learning new things and discovering myself... all of it thanks to the amazing people that everyday make it possible :) I strongly felt to be part of something special and to make my contribution to it...and most of all I felt supported and encouraged to be myself, no matter what! The Cambodia chapter is now closed...but the Vagabond Temple home is now open... for everybody, I highly recommend to make yourself this amazing gift."

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  • Review by Anisha Raj from Hanoi, Vietnam

    "Words do little in describing the gratitude I have for teachers who provide gems of wisdom in a completely ego-less way; teachers who in complete selflessness, hold a space for individuals to discover their true nature, and who by their very being ignite transformation in those who are blessed to surround them. I have the deepest respect for Kobi and Pazit at Vagabond Temple in Cambodia, whom are doing exactly this. "

    "I was so fortunate to have experienced the unique community they have created in Sihanoukville. Individuals from all over the world, from all walks of life, are drawn to their simple yet beautiful center where they are provided the rare opportunity to actively participate in the path of yoga. They have created a space for individuals to embark on the journey of self-discovery and to go deeper into whatever it may be that brings them joy. "

    "On the mat, Kobi and Pazit reminded us that poses or kriyas are a way to open our bodies and energetic channels in preparation for meditation. Whether practicing for the first time or for twenty years, they have created a space for everyone to meet themselves honestly, and with compassion, wherever they are in their practice. "

    "Off of the mat, yoga is watering the plants, picking up garbage from the beach, dancing, mindful eating, sharing ideas with new friends, singing karaoke, creating art, supporting one another and being supported by the community of yogis surrounding you."

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  • Review by Sabrina from Switzerland

    "Although I stayed just for four nights, I had a wonderful and an inspired time in the Vagabond Temple. It opened me some doors to my soul and inside. Thank you very much."

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  • Review by a traveler from Europe

    "I had just two days to spend at the center and I wished I had longer. I had some background practice in meditation and (to a lesser extent), yoga. I found the teachings covered a broad range of topics and skill levels. I particularly loved the Yin yoga session, the dharma talks, and the couple's tantra tuition (which is an information / clothed exercise session only, not a live sex class, in case you are worried!). "

    "I would suggest to future guests to prepare for the visit with some introductory reading or practice in yoga and meditation, so you have some idea of what to expect. My partner had less exposure to the material and was a bit misguided on what to expect (e.g. because of the name of the center he was picturing monks in orange robes and a traditional temple). Whereas, for me, the center was almost exactly what I had in mind and I was thrilled with the experience there. "

    "The living facilities are basic (e.g. shared bathroom an toilet, no air conditioning), so depending upon the style of accommodation you are accustomed to, it may be better to stay offsite and join for the day program, which is what we did. I am not vegan, but I was pleasantly surprised that I enjoyed the majority of the food served."

    "Thank you to the team at Vagabond Temple for allowing us to come, even with heavy bookings and limited space. I am very grateful for the moments of awakening I was able to achieve in such a short stay, and I would love to come back for a longer stay to see what other insights are possible!"

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  • Review by Emelie Ekblad

    "Absolutely wonderful place, filled with positive and warm people, great yoga and meditation classes and with good opportunities to deepen the inner journey through private sessions. The leadership and guidance from Kobi where amazing and really takes both Vagabond temple and my personal stay, to a higher level!" website, edited

  • Review by Angeline Craun

    "Vagabond temple was a 5 star experience without a doubt!! Because the price was so affordable I was not sure what I was getting into.. But every aspect of the retreat exceed my expectations. The quality of teachers was exceptional!! The food was great, accommodations were clean and cozy and I met wonderful people from around the globe. I would recommend Vagabond temple to anyone on a self discovery path. It was an amazing experience that I will cherish forever. " website, edited

  • Review by Stephanie Hill

    "I booked a 15 day yoga retreat at Vagabond Temple and was fairly new to yoga and didn't really know what to expect. When I arrived I was welcomed with open arms by Pazit, Kobe and the wonderful staff they have working there. I learned so much in the 15 days I was there well beyond just yoga moves. If I didn't have onward travel plans I would have extended my stay and I hope that I'll be able to return to Vagabond Temple again. All the teacher are knowledgeable and very helpful. I couldn't have imagined a better experience. This place is full of love, warmth and understanding. If your open to a spiritual experience you will definitely find it here. Kobe and Pazit really open my mind to another way of living and I'm forever grateful! So many thanks to Kobe and Pazit!!"

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  • Review by Justine

    "Vagabond Temple is a magical oasis for any traveller who is looking to learn or deepen their yoga or mediation practice. It’s a place where I could finally breathe amidst many weeks of travelling. I fell in love with the energy of the temple and its beautiful people, smiling became contagious, a love for meditation blossomed, and I discovered the magic of Kundalini yoga. Pazit and Kobi are so welcoming and made the whole experience very special, you feel as if you have arrived home. So many of us kept extending our stay at the temple because we loved it so much. Each day was a new adventure. I will always remember my time at Vagabond Temple and I hope to one day return for a longer stay."

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  • Review by Lene Therkildsen

    "I spent some fantastic days at Vagabond Temple! It is a warm, welcoming, spiritual and well organized yogaretreat. My warmest recommandations to Kobi, Pazit and all their good helpers." website, edited

  • Review by Dan L from Leeds, United Kingdom

    "Had an awesome 4 nights here! Didn't truly know what to expect as I have never really done any kind of retreat, but after the first day I knew I had made the right choice. Great people, good atmosphere, never tried eating vegan food before here but know I would be more than capable of going vegan now, all the lessons were great too learnt lots! Felt refreshed and energized once I left :') Thanks!"

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  • Review by Verena Poernbacher from Innsbruck, Austria

    "The whole community in vagabond temple is very special! Kobi and Pacit are very good teachers!!! The Vagabond Temple is a beautiful house and its rooms have all you need. The garden is nice too and I liked the yoga-hall in the middle of the nature! Thank you so much for this great experience!"

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  • Review by Luisa M from Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

    "I will never do this place justice describing my experience there. It is just wonderful. The atmosphere is so loving and kind, you will immediately feel home. The yoga lessons are great, with a good variety, good for beginners but also challenging even for people who have been into yoga for a while. This place is for everyone! Whether you want to find out more about Buddhism and spirituality or deepen your practices... There is literally nothing I would have to complain about in this place, the food, the people, the beach, everything is amazing. Do yourself a favor and go on this journey to yourself!! :)"

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  • Review by Andrew W from Powell River, Canada

    "I spent an incredible week here. It was exactly what I hoped it would be. The atmosphere was relaxing and comfortable - it felt like home and I didn't want to leave! The yoga was accommodating for both experienced yogis and beginners like me. I haven't eaten so well (or so much) in months. Such healthy poops while I was here. The proximity to the beach was ideal. The introduction to meditation and spirituality was fun and very informative. I'll definitely try to incorporate bits and pieces of what I learned at Vagabond into my everyday life on the road and also at home. My experience will stay with me well into the future and I definitely recommend anyone with interest to not hesitate to sign up for a week or two!!"

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  • Review by Bernadus Setya W

    "That was really great experience to be in Vagabond Temple.. I received enlightenment through meditation and yoga class, and also private session on soul healing and rebirthing therapy.. Before going there, I always felt empty and alone, but after have some session during 1 week, I can love myself more and more and not feel empty anymore..For you that want to have great spiritual journey, come here!"

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  • Review by Natalie J from Telluride, Colorado, USA

    "An experience like no other. If you are remotely interested in spending time at Vagabond, do not second guess it. Just go. You will thank yourself and want to stay longer, as most people do."

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  • Review by Ashley F from Melbourne, Australia

    "I stayed in the low cost dorm at Vegabond Temple for 8 nights. Immediately I was warmly welcomed by everyone around. This place has the most beautiful feel to it. The yoga and meditation was wonderful, well taught and I felt myself improve day by day. The food was delicious and I felt healthier after being there just a couple of days. Kobi and Pazit are a gorgeous couple who were both so full of warmth, compassion and understanding. Just being around them made you feel like you were doing the right thing by being there at the Vegabond Temple.I highly recommend this place. I gained so much knowledge, clarity and self-awareness during my stay that will continue to benefit me for the rest of my life."

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  • Review by Alvine B. from Vancouver, Canada

    "Vagabonds temple is a little spiritual oasis hidden in the town of Sihanoukville. It is an incredible retreat that gives you the tools to slow down and look within yourself to ground your mind and approach life with a more calming and fulfilling way. After getting to Vagabonds and settling in I immediately knew my initial 5 day stay was going to be too short and decided to extend my time to just under 2 weeks.I would highly recommend this retreat to anyone ready to take some time out of their lives for self-discovery. This place is full of compassionate people whom are so open to assist one another along our spiritual journeys. Pazit and Kobi are incredible hands on owners who genuinely love Vagabonds and anyone who happens to step through the door.From the super delicious vegan meals to the incredible people and classes, this place has been a true highlight along my trip so far. Try this place out, you wont be disappointed...and you might even find yourself extending your stay!"

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  • Review by a traveler from New York, USA

    "The Vagabond temple is a very unique and special place. Whilst it remains the most intense environment I have ever experienced, it is also easy to slip away and relax, both within the home and outside in the local area. Kobi and Pazit enjoy very hands on roles, and are both always accessible, whether your toilet is blocked, or you are on the edge of a nervous breakdown. The Yoga classes are as hard, or easy, as you want to make them, and the heat is never a problem with the fantastically designed outdoor studio, which has a number of ceiling fans to keep the air flowing. The small number of volunteers possess a wonderful knowledge of the various practices too, so there is always someone on hand to answer questions around the dinner table. I have learnt a lot of beautiful things at this place, and it has had a profound and lasting effect on my spirit. Don't think about coming here, just come here."

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  • Review by Mathilda A S from Stockholm, Sweden

    "Vagabond temple is a wonderful place. I stayed for a month and could not have been happier with my stay. I felt like I could have stayed there forever, so be prepared to not wanting to leave! So many people extended their stay or came back, this place just get you hooked.I always felt welcomed and comfortable. There is so much love and kindness in these people. Full of openness and caring.I learned a lot about yoga and meditation, and had wonderful Dharma talks. I feel like my yoga improved substantially during these four week, all thanks to the amazing teachers Kobi and Pazit!I would recommend anyone to come here, it will do you more than good."

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  • Review by Liye Chan from USA

    "Everybody in Vagabond Temple is beautiful! I joined the yoga for 4nights. I felt very grateful to find this camp, and it was enjoyable. Everyones participation made me feel motivated to attend the yoga class everyday. Teachers are great too. I took a private session for healing and reiki respectively. Healing sessions took for is around two hours and the reiki for around an hour, which both gave me new directions and useful advices. Pazits reiki can help you relax and her advise to me is really effective. Peters healing on the other hand landed me to the very peaceful reach. It was always such a pleasure to talk with Peter, you will know how to feel calm and gentle, young and happy according to him. I wish next time I would have longer time to enjoy more spiritual learnings.. and also the dancing meditation and the Thai massage class were fun!I left late and in a rush, I feel sorry I wasnt able to say a formal goodbye..For the accommodation, the firat night here was tough to fall asleep because of the heat in the bedroom. The following nights were better as the weather gets cooler. And mosquitos are quite an issue for me I still got a lot of bites even after I put on anti-mosquito spray. Also, there is not enough yoga mat for all the participants, so if I wont arrive early for the yoga class, there is a chance that no more mat will be available. But volunteers there would take care of you. Some yoga mats needs to be replaced for a new ones too.And for the food, vegetarian meals are all delicious and healthy!" website, edited

  • Review by Houkje Maltha

    "I had an amazing time at Vagabond Temple. There is a large variety of courses they offer, great teachers with a lot of knowledge, travelers from all over the world that come to visit here and you experience a lot of freedom while being here. You can have time for yourself, but if you want also make a lot of new and great friends. The ambiance overall is very down to earth and nice. There are lots of possibilities to discuss anything that is bothering you and you want to work on for yourself (but you don't have to). Three times a day you get wonderful vegan food. I have experienced my stay at vagabonds as a great way to make some new positive habits for myself and take it with me in my daily life back home. Hope you have a great day!" website, edited

  • Review by Nicholas from France

    "I came to Vagabond Temple as a volonteer completly by chance, expecting nothing from this place, only a roof and some food in exchange of some of my time and energy, but what I finaly found there was more than I could ever hope, I never did yoga before, for me it was only some crazy poses, all about flexibility and strench, but now I know that true yoga is so much more than just that. Its a way of life, a new perseption on things that change my life for the better, most I learned there was already inside of me, but hide behind all the conditioning of our modern society. What I found and what you will find too, its a safe place to be honest with your self, a place to look right inside of you with clarity and awareness, a place to free your self from illusion. I will lie if I tell you that its the easiest way, no It was not always pleasant to truely look at my self without blinkers, but I deeply knew that it was right path for me, and sometimes when I felt down I just had to look around to see all this amazing people sharing the same experience of seeking the truth, all this soul that will become a kind of spiritual familly for me, and I just had to open my arms to receive all this pure love and true understanding.The main teatcher Kobi and Pazit do an amazing work there, they choose to aim their life helping others to find their way, even if no one is entirely perfect, they are truely great, kind and loving souls, they will make you feel loved and welcome and they will be there if you need them. I' ve been there almost half a year and I saw many people coming with sorrow and leaving with a filled heart and a smile on their faces, If you are wondering if its a good place to go, stop wondering and go there, It will give you so much more that you can hope.Much love, from Nico!"

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  • Review by Abbie from Europe

    "Words cannot do justice for the gratitude I have after spending 6 weeks at the Vagabond Temple. Originally I had booked 1 week, I fell in love and stayed for another 5. I appreciated getting woken up by a gong, practicing a variety of yoga and meditation techniques, eating delicious vegan food, getting massages and reiki, having free time to unwind and reflect on all of the work and being a part of a conscious international community whom I could relate to. Pazit and Kobi are highly experienced, knowledgeable and lovable spiritual teachers who hold the space for all of us to experience our own unique stages in life and growth and support us through it. A hidden gem :) highly recommended!"

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  • Review by Emilia from Europe

    "I lived at the Vagabond Temple for 4,5 months and I would recommend it to anyone. Kobi and Pazit are extremely knowledgeable, kind and warm. They really make time and space for everybody. As a community, it gives you an instant feeling of home and there's room for everyone to do things together as a group, and to go on with their own projects. The yoga classes are varied and fun, usually Kundalini or Yin, led by either Kobi or Pazit. Sometimes the teacher training students lead the classes, they are also really good and well planned.Meditation is varied as well, I've learned so many different techniques and methods during this time - forever grateful! I also did the Reiki level I and II courses with Pazit, who is an incredible Reiki master and teacher. She makes time for all questions and created a warm comfortable place for all participants. It's just a great place where you can make your experience your own, there's opportunities to develop and find your path with the loving support of all the other Vagabonds! I really think you need to experience it yourself to really get the beauty of the Friday evening purification, the community sharing days, the fire ceremonies and so on. Love and light!"

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  • Review by Josh from Asia

    " I stayed at Vagabond temple for only 2 days, given that I had a strict itinerary. The people who stay at the temple tend to stay for at least a week, and often for a couple of months. Nevertheless, I can say that two days provided a valuable experience. The Vagabond community is a small oasis away from the stress and energy of regular travel. The teachers are incredibly kind and encouraging, and the rest of the students are open minded, even towards a "western-minded" traveller. I highly recommend making this temple a stop on your visit to Cambodia."

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  • Review by Anna from Girona, Spain

    "I spent a week at the Vagabond temple, doing a yoga retreat. The atmosphere is very nice and relaxed with all the community members and volunteers. I could enjoy from various yoga lessons given by different teachers and that made it more challenging. We had also meditation and talks that help you focus on your path. It was a rewarding experience that I recommend to anyone who is into yoga." website, edited

  • Review by Hannah from Melbourne, Australia

    "I came here on a week's retreat and had a fantastic time. Vagabond offers a mix of yoga, healing and personal development options, for whichever length of time you wish to stay, and it's testament to their programme that many end up staying for longer than originally intended! The yoga classes are a mixture of styles and suitable for all levels, from beginners to those practicing for a longer time. The two owners Pazit and Kobi are very warm and welcoming. All the volunteers and community staff are incredibly friendly and open, which really made my stay here so enjoyable and memorable - I will definitely be staying in contact with many people! Overall it was a great way to reconnect with my yoga practice and challenge myself away from distractions of day to day life, and meet some fantastic people. Well recommended!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Sihanoukville, Cambodia

    "Search no more, this place is magical. The short version of my experience: Kobi and Pazit are amazing and inspiring teachers, the classes are great and suited for beginners, as well as, advanced practitioners because Kobi and Pazit personalize their teaching. The atmosphere at the temple is so open and inviting and it's a joy to be around like minded people. Vagabond temple is a great place to simply practice yoga and meditation as a little break or getaway from daily life/traveling. It's can also be more, in the sense of a safe haven, a place for personal development and spiritual journeys. It can be what you want it to be.I initially booked to stay for a week, but (as you might have guessed) I liked it so much that I extended my stay. First for just one more week but I ended up staying for 3 months. During my stay I did the Reiki course level 1 and 2 and a Tantra workshop, both of which I recommend. I also learned a lot about yoga and really developed my self practice. Kobi and Pazit are the most loving, caring, inspiring and hard working people I have ever met and it's a pleasure to be around them. I have felt like part of a family during my stay and I have made friendships that will not end when leaving this place. Being here I have learned some valuable lessons about myself and life in general. So yes, I wholeheartedly recommend Vagabond Temple to be part of your journey."

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  • Review by Robert Paul D from Haarlem, The Netherlands

    "To me, the Vagabond Temple is a place of transformation. Transformation from fear to love, from being all over the place to being you, from doubts and worries to inner peace. Kobi and Pazit are excellent and uplifting teachers. They understand what each individual needs are and how they can help them meet their needs and get the answers the individual needs on their journey. If it wasn't for my family, I could have stayed months or even a year to continue learning with these two beautiful spiritual teachers and the members of the Vagabond Community."

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  • Review by a traveler from Europe

    "I spent three weeks at the Vagabond Temple and had a beautiful time there. Pazit and Kobi are wonderful teachers with a lot of knowledge, wisdom and open hearts. The whole staff is just lovely. Everybody is welcome and nobody get judged for who or what they might be. It's a magical place to charge your batteries and go deeper into yoga, meditation, healing energy and consequently- deeper into yourself. Thank you wonderful people, i'm gonna miss you!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Kathmandu, Nepal

    "I spent an amazing time with Kobi, Pazit and the whole team of people in Sihanoukville. They really helped in many ways with a very professional and soft approach. I couldn't wake up early mornings before making this experience but after staying at Vagabond Temple, I tasted the pleasure of witnessing every sunrise. The Reiki course with Pazit was excellent also. She's a great teacher! I can only recommend you to go and see by yourself. My best yoga experience in Asia!"

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  • Review by Marjo from Cairns, Australia

    "We spent a week at Vagabond Temple doing a yoga and meditation retreat. Most people we talked to were staying a lot longer and it might be a way to get a lot more out of the experience. However, we did enjoy our stay and felt that the intensive yoga practice was very good for us - the yoga sessions were very varied and had different emphasis each time so you learn a lot. As we are beginners with meditation, we would have appreciated a little bit more guidance - on another retreat we had fully guided meditation which we found helpful, however I appreciate there are many different techniques to this. During our time at the temple there were not a lot of philosophy talks as they were replaced by a project that we did not wish to participate on.The food served was super-healthy, with fresh salad and fruits always available which was great. We did find the food just a little repetitive though as it was always served with rice and in my opinion some variety could be easily added by alternating rice with some vegan pasta/noodles/potatoes/bread etc. Also, it wouldn't hurt to offer some other fruit than watermelon and bananas. All in all we liked the food though and appreciate how healthy it was. Both Pazit and Kobi seemed like lovely people, as well as, great teachers. The whole atmosphere at the temple was lovely - loving, supporting, accepting. If we were ever going back to that part of Cambodia, we would happily do another retreat at the Vagabond."

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  • Review by a traveler from Europe

    "As a relative newbie to yoga practice and complete and utter noob to a spiritual practice (something I had judgmentally written off before), I was slightly nervous to commit my week off for Khmer New Year to Vagabond Temple in Sihanoukville. I opted for it over a week in Bangkok and partying for Songkran, hoping it would help revive me after a hectic few months of teaching. How unbelievably lucky and grateful am I that I made that decision. Vagabond is a magical world in and of itself, tucked away from the busy tourist-filled town of Sihanoukville. It's a welcoming haven full of accepting people from all walks of life. Not only did I strengthen my yoga practice (you're bound to with multiple daily classes with Kobi and Pazit), I feel as if I now have begun and appreciate a spiritual practice as well.I was skeptical of the spiritual aspect from day one but quickly found the teachings from Kobi, Pazit, and special contributor Brian, resonating within myself and something I looked forward to each day. I can only suggest to others not to write off this part of your retreat - or life! - as it really brings together the entire experience. The combination of yoga, meditation, healthy delicious food, lovely people, and the overall special atmosphere of the retreat made it a week I will never forget. As said many times before, I only wish I had more time to spend there. That's why after only three days back in the daily grind, I've already decided I'll be returning for the July Intensive program in a few months - although I'm sure that won't be enough time either."

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  • Review by Audrey from Carry-le-Rouet, France

    "You need a place to rest away from the maze of your life? This is the place you want to go to. Stop the time for some days, weeks if you can. You'll have some time for yourself, You'll meet and share with people from everywhere. You'll nourish your stomach and soul with food you wish you'll never give up on. The teaching is simple, real, based on your everyday life, given by 2 lovely human being. Careful, you might never want to leave!"

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  • Review by a traveller from New York

    "I feel like I could write more of a novel about Vagabond Temple than a simple Tripadvisor review. There is so much to cover about what is offered, and more importantly, what is gained. I like many others went there with the intention to learn and practice yoga, and decided to just 'endure' the part of the daily schedule that spoke of other spiritual talks and group activities. but the experience I ended up having at Vagabond actually changed my path in a direction that has been so rewarding that I am so humbled by my experience there and forever grateful to Koby and Pazit.I set out on my travels seeking calm and peace after suffering from a stress-induced coma from a life filled with dramatically excessive work hours. but because I am an analytical type, I can suffer at times from 'demanding' to see a result before I believe in or commit to something. and that is what makes spending time with Koby and Pazit the game changer for me in this expereince (and my travels overall!). Unfortunately, I am someone who can quite easily pass judgement, and be speculative of all those who think they are in a position to be teaching others a lesson in life. but that is exactly what these two did for me - as they are not just repeating things they have read in books. They are two incredibly intellectual, analytical minds who speak in a way that command (and deserve) your attention, but the message they then convey when they have your attention is an interpretation of so many spiritual paths filled wth compassion, mindfulnes, self love, and hope. Its simply remarkable and exacty what i needed (and thats why my original 1 week visit kept chainging into a 2 week visit, into a 3 week visit, into a month!)So, this review isnt about the logistics of schedule or the location, which are of course beautiful, thoughtful, convenient, etc. but you can find a beautiful building and a convenient schedule in retreats all over the world. but that which you cannot find in any other retreat all over the world, is both the smile and tear inducing healing that comes with Vagabond Temple. I can whole heartedly testify to this! and while its been a while since my stay at Vagabond, I remain in constant contact. Throughout my travels across the globe, since leaving, I have been offered recommendations and connections for other mindful centers/connections from these two whenever i ask. That is why now, when I am in India, and constantly asked "who's your guru?" by locals and other yogis, I smile wide at the confusion on their face when my answer doesnt start with "Sri Something-or-other", and i just say: Koby and Pazit! so if you are seaking some healing, through mindful lecture or uncontrolable laughter, i humbly encourage you to visit Vagabond Temple (and please give Koby and Pazit a huge hug for me upon arrival!)"

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  • Review by a traveler from Europe

    "There are no words for my experiences in Vagabond Temple. I was there in 2013. It was so good that I sometimes can't find the words to describe what it meant to me. Kobi and Pazit are one of the most beautiful people I ever met in my live. Their hearts are big and the knowledge that they have is amazing! They just want to make a difference in this world, and they definitely do! I have love for this place! Everybody can be there who he wants to be."

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  • Review by Christina from Sihanoukville, Cambodia

    "I met Kobi and Pazit in 2013 and spent three weeks under their wings. They helped me transform my life by introducing me to spirituality. I was lost for 31 long years of my life. Kobi and Pazit guided me in finding my true, inner-self. It was the most challenging time of my life, but the most rewarding. Kobi and Pazit were there for me for every moment of sadness and joy. I left there genuinely happy for the first time in my life and was ready to continue my spiritual journey. I came back to Vagabond Temple in January 2015, and I'm still here. I returned to VT to find a deeper sense of spiritually and my inner-peace. Kobi and Pazit continue to show me the amazing possibilities of the spiritual life. They guide me in a way that allows me to be loyal to my true-self, to see the importance of yoga, and the benefits of meditation."

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  • Review by Michael from Sydney, Australia

    "I first met Kobi and Pazit three years ago when I was traveling through SE Asia. I was immediately impressed by their integrity and commitment to their spiritual practice. When I learned the next year that they were opening a center in Sihanoukville, I jumped at the chance to spend more time with them. I can honestly say it's been one of the most memorable and beautiful gifts I could have ever given to myself. I immediately felt at home and totally supported by the daily program. Both Kobi and Pazit always made themselves available to talk to as they genuinely care about the progress and wellbeing of their students. They have the most incredible breadth of knowledge that ranges from yoga, meditation, tantra, and Reiki through to nutrition and detox fasting. I have learned so much from them and are now proud to call them my friends. If you are in the slightest bit interested in the spiritual path and find yourself traveling through SE Asia, don't hesitate to spend time at the Vagabond Temple. Even if you are not, don't hesitate. It's an experience that will change your life and perspective forever. I know i will be back for more and wish I was there right now."

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  • Review by Edensharar from Rishpon, Israel

    "My experience from this place very special .the temple give and supports a complete learning of myself from different directions. Kobi and pazit are amazing and open, full of love . Home, agenda, atmosphere, courses, people - it just feels good. Highly recommend!"

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  • Review by Melinda from Europe

    "I had planned to go to Vagabond for 10 days as part of the month long yoga and meditation retreat and ended up staying until the very end - this was one of the best decisions I have ever made. The first thing you experience when you walk into Vagabond Temple is the welcoming and safe atmosphere - everyone around has a huge smile on their face and an air of lightness. The grounds are green with flowers growing and hammocks hanging around the perimeter. It is a safe place to learn, grow and change.Kobi and Pazit are two of the most beautiful people. They are full of knowledge, experience, and passion for helping people down their spiritual path and were more than willing to answer any and all questions I had for them. Some of my favorite memories from Vagabond are seeing Pazit's genuine smile (all day, every day) and laughing with Kobi after he cracked a joke. Everything we did during the retreat, all of it - asana, pranayama, the food we ate (delicious vegan meals), karma yoga, the daily dharma talks - was all with the intention of helping us meditate and reach a deeper connection with our true selves.I am not someone who meditated regularly - can count on both hands the number of times I sat to meditate in my life I am sure - and I felt a lot of resistance to meditation during my first week. Both Kobi and Pazit supported me through this process, offering their experience and suggestions without pressuring me to do something I was not comfortable with. As a result of their guidance, I learned what methods were best for me and came to believe that meditation could have the positive impact on my life as it had on theirs. I have since been meditating by myself and am finding what works for me. When mind is wandering, whether I am meditating or simply not present during the day, I still use one of the best things they taught us: "time isn't real".Vagabond Temple gave me so many gifts - a deeper understanding of how yoga, both asanas and pranayama, affect my body and spirit; how to work with the energy within my body to activate changes (e.g. Kundalini, breathing); accepting and choosing to incorporate meditation into my practice; an awakening of how important it is to take better care of my body (e.g. not living in the harmful negative thoughts, eating vegan); an open heart and open mind to really continue this journey, for myself. I would recommend that anyone take the time to visit Vagabond Temple (and expect to stay longer than you planned!)"

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  • Review by Elizabeth from Brooklyn, New York

    "I didn't even know what I was looking for when a fellow traveler mentioned Vagabond Temple and the atmosphere it provided. You get up with the sun, practice meditation, yoga, take classes in a variety of lifework topics and modalitites, eat healthy vegan meals and share space with an amazingly diverse group of seekers. Pazit and Kobi give of themselves from their core being and it shows in the bond that is created and solidified when you surrender into the power of transformation through education, practice, and will."

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  • Review by a traveler from St. Vincent

    "Vagabond Temple yoga and meditation retreat nestled near a beach in Sihanoukville, Cambodia. After the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, I needed a break from the city. I spent weeks there relaxing, doing yoga, detoxing, getting healthy and reconnecting with my body, spirituality and health. Kobi and Prazit own the center and have international volunteers that help keep everything running smoothly.This center attracts travelers, wanderers, and vagabonds looking to take a break from the Southeast Asian backpacking trail and live in one place for a while. Most people book a spot for a week and end up extending much longer than they expected to. The guests and volunteers are all very sweet, inspirational, and kind. During my stay, I didn't meet any people at the center that I didn't like and get along with!Each day there are yoga classes, meditation times, dharma talks and meals. Throughout the week, special events are held too. I participated in a salsa dancing class, a spiritual nighttime fire pit, a tantra class, movie night, etc. The meals at the center are healthy vegan meals made from local produce that's delivered daily. I chose to participate in a 7-day coconut water only detox while I was there. 5 other guests participated and we were treated very kindly by everyone during those 7 days. Each day, we participated in classes, talks about nutrition and feelings, and got a spa treatment (Thai massage, oil massage, reiki or reflexology) to help our boy with the detoxification process. It was a wonderful experience!The rooms are mostly located in one big house and so there is a lot of (calm) activity throughout the day. The accommodations are nice and safe. I would highly recommend staying at Vagabond Temple during your next visit to Cambodia. I will definitely be coming back!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Sihanoukville, Cambodia

    "Vagabond is my first yoga retreat experience and so far it has been great! I was supposed to stay only a month but I extended to 2 and now I'm not sure I will ever leave. I haven't been in an environment where I feel more accepted or safe than this one. The supportive atmosphere is incredible and the community is like a large family. The classes are incredibly fun, therapeutic and give you tools to continue on your healthy mind and body journey (should you leave of course). Pazit and Kobi dedicate all their time to this retreat and when they are not teaching they are usually helping out one person or another. They always have time for everyone and with their dynamic and radiant personalities, they have created a wonderful haven in which you can learn, enjoy and relax."

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  • Review by a traveller from Asia

    "You can find a lot of yoga retreats in Southeast Asia, but I think you'll be pressed to find one with the sort of authenticity and virtue Pazit and Kobi have cultivated here. Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, their teachings reveal the pitfalls of everyday life we so easily fall into and help to give you the tools for applying these insights once you leave. There is not an area they don't touch on: from nutrition, to community service, to exercise, and of course attention to your mind. You will get out what you put in, depending on the change you'd like to see in your life - they have all the guidance you need."

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  • Review by a traveler from Cambodia

    "Been here for a month already and feel like I still have a lot to learn here. this place developed me in any area of my life in ways I didn't think possible. This is a great Environment for development with kind and like minded people who immediately make you feel like part of the family, and allow you to feel like your true self. The place offers various practices and focuses mostly on Hatha Yoga, Kondalini Yoga, and meditation. Kobi and Pazit are great teachers who really live and breathe the yogic life. the best teachers I have encountered. Located near the beach with a lot of nature around its a nice and peaceful environment. Highly recommended for anyone!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Vava'u

    "Pazit and Kobi are amazing, caring and sharing people. Being disabled, I was unsure if I would be able to participate, but they designed some workouts specifically for me, which I am continuing on my own. I wasn't sure I would want to stay for 10 days but ended up staying for 40 days, and I plan on returning soon. I highly recommend Vagabond Temple."

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  • Review by Karnishka from London, UK

    "Pazit and Kobi are an inspirational couple, amazing yoga teachers who really do live yoga. It's so wonderful to spend time with them and learn from them. I would recomend anyone to go on a retreat with them, it will change your life forever!"

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  • Review by a traveler from Melbourne, Australia

    "Kobi and Pazit you are amazing at helping people develop not just yoga but a yogic lifestyle that definitely gives me more personal power and energy. Although I travelled twice from Australia and have to take precious time away from work to do so your style is worth it. Just one of many reasons that it's worth time time effort and money to be around you is that you keep developing yourselves. I have attended many before Vagabond Temple however given your own rate of development I don't think I would go anywhere else for my biannual yogic tune up."

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  • Review by Derk from Bangkok, Thailand

    "We stayed three intensive weeks in this new retreat center with yoga, meditation, Reiki, Dharma talks, massages and a lot of inspiring talks. Impressed by the spirit off, and by the knowledge of the teachers Koby and Pazit. The nice center, the big garden with enough space to "hide yourself" and the fine atmosphere in a group off open people. The ingredients what made our stay at the Vagabond Temple a highlight in our traveling the last months!"

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  • Review by Kristen from Europe

    "A place for spiritual growth and healing in a community of support. Vagabond Temple provides the perfect oasis for a meaningful retreat into spiritual growth and self-awareness. The daily schedule provides the structure and discipline for building a self-practice along side a variety of workshops, mentoring, trainings, and healing sessions that are available to guests at discounted prices. Every person's stay becomes customized to their needs and goals while living in a community of support and compassion. Completely life changing experience."

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  • Review by Andrew from Europe

    "I've been with Vagabond Temple for over two months now and I can say without a doubt that this experience has completely transformed my outlook on life. Kobi and Pazit are the most knowledgable, down to earth, honest and accepting people I have ever met. They have the tools and experience to teach yoga in a way that it becomes accessible and beneficial to everyone. The way yoga truly should be! Also the experience of living in a yoga based community with about 15-20 like minded souls has been truly heart warming. It's rare in todays world to meet so many warm loving people all at once. But after my time with Vagabond Temple I truly feel like I have a whole other family in Cambodia. Best decision of my life to come here. Totally recommend to anyone interested in yoga, meditation, health or just opening their mind to other possibilities."

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  • Review by a traveler from Kashmir, India

    "A million thank yous to Kobi and Pazit for creative such a beautiful community and space. wonderful workshops (tantra, reiki, massage, etc), yoga classes, meditation, guidance, and delicious food! not to mention all of the amazing people in and out of the shala."

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  • Review by Ashleign from Hilo, Hawaii

    "My time at Vagabond temple was incredibly helpful and healing. My month long stay there helped me to cultivate balance and happiness in so many areas of my life. I love Pazit and Koby, they are inspirational and full with wisdom. I dearly cherish the connections I made at Vagabond temple. If you want to change your life for the better, I highly suggest staying at the Vagabond Temple."

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  • Review by Johanna from Europe

    "If you want to learn more about your inner true self, are interested in creating a connection between your body, mind and soul and willing to step out of your comfort zone in order to do so you should go and stay at the Vagabond Temple as soon and as long as you possibly can! Pazit and Kobi are two of the most wonderful, understanding, compassionate and loving souls I've ever met and I enjoyed every minute of the yoga, meditation and dhamma talk classes. You will also meet a bunch of other inspiring people to share your experiences, the hangmatt in the garden, self-practise time on the roof top and the healthy food with."

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  • Review by Brian Gruber from San Francisco, California

    "What a spectacular place. Top shelf yoga instruction one block from the Gulf of Thailand. Kobi and Pazit conduct a masterful blend of yoga, meditation, healthful nutrition and a growing range of specialized classes. In a matter of days, I felt my body transform and my heart open. This is the real deal. Somehow, they attract a super group of world travelers and seekers. If you are planning to be in Cambodia for a spiritual retreat - or Southeast Asia for that matter - this is the place to be. A wonderfully modern experience with seriously well trained teachers steeped in ancient wisdom traditions."

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  • Review by Fabian from Cologne, Germany

    "I did a one week retreat with Kobi and Pazit and it was simply amazing. A very welcoming and warm atmosphere, good workshops with a lot of information and good advise on yoga and meditation and also personal topics and also great food. I can only recommend to stay at the Vagabond Temple!"

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  • Review by Elia from Israel

    "Vagabond temple is a beautiful, peaceful place that you can set yourself once again. Kobi and Pazit are pros in the fields of yoga, meditation, reiki and more. The atmosphere is great and you can really invest some time in yourself and get significant progress. Was the best part of my trip in SE Asia, can't wait for my next."

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Sihonuokville, Cambodia

Vagabond Temple offers spiritual retreats and strives to share their home, knowledge, and spiritual guidance with people from around the world.

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