Great yoga classes for your lunch break!
Think you do not have time for class and to get lunch? No problem! Just take a look at the menu at our reception and place your order before class and your delicious healthy meal will be delivered by ARTillery Cafe by the end of class. You can relax and eat in our beautiful yard or take it back to the office.
Mondays: 12.15- 13.30 - Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Tuesdays: 12.15- 13.30- Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Wednesdays: 12.15- 13.15- YogAbs/YogButt, a yoga class for all levels with an emphasis on strengthening and toning the tum and bum. This class includes Pilates type exercises along with Yoga Asana.
Thursdays: 12.15- 13.30- Slow Flow Yoga, a class for all abilities to stretch out, relax and refresh.
Fridays: 12.15-13.30- Sweat & Samadhi a flow style yoga class which will improve strength as well as flexibility, balance and posture.
See www.yogaphnompenh.com for schedule.
Two young men, one Israeli and one Palestinian, discover they were accidentally switched at birth. This is an excellent piece of cinema, treating of a very tricky and complex question with intelligence, sensibility and heart. Extremely well acted, the characters are full of warmth, and both sides in the end seem equally right. Of course, we wish the current conflict could be sorted with the same compassionate approach but sadly this would be naive. Still, the film gives a very hopeful message that one likes to believe in. Highly recommended.
(105 mins, drama, French with English subtitles)
Dir. Pascal Rabaté (France, 2010, 1h34) French version with English subtitles
Émile, a retired widower, leads a peaceful life. He spends his days fishing beside the Loire, or talking with his pals at the village bar. Meanwhile, his friend Edmond, also a solitary retiree, doesn't forget to stay alive and discreetly has numerous dates with women. When Edmond dies, Émile finds himself left alone, confronted by wishes and desires that he thought he'd forgotten.
Based on the international bestseller of the same name by Fernando Marías.
Its plot centres on Pablo (Alberto Ammann), an army medic who is wounded in Iraq together with his partner Diego (Antonio de la Torre). He is transferred back home to Spain with his wife (Inma Cuesta) and daughter, but he slowly begins to remember the dramatics events that really happened during the war. He discovers that the government is trying to hide something very dark, something that only he can bring to light.
A plot in impeccable technical form, and a theme with great international audience potential like the Iraq war could facilitate the title's entry into the international market. Fantastic Spanish cinema!
(drama, thriller, Spanish with English subtitles)
Taking the stage will be familiar faces on the local music scene - Jet Odrerir (vocals), Kenny Smith (bass), Darren Jensen (Keyboards), Julien Mariani (drums), and JJ on guitar. The set list moves around the early to middle eras of Bowie's catalogue, so if you haven't heard "Let's dance" for a while, "put on your red shoes, and dance the blues" ! Or, help sing along to Fa- Fa-Fa-Fa-Fashion !
Experience a night in Greece. A joyful evening fit for the Gods; guests can enjoy a scrumptious Greek feast, Ouzo, belly dancing, plate smashing and live music by Klezbodians - playing Eastern European Klezmer fare including a few Greek classics in the mix as well.
All this for $20 per pax however if you pre-book, you'll get your tickets for $18.
Former dentist, Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz), buys the freedom of a slave, Django (Jamie Foxx), and trains him with the intent to make him his deputy bounty hunter. Instead, he is led to the site of Django's wife who is under the hands of Calvin Candie (Leonardo DiCaprio), a ruthless plantation owner.
Quentin Tarantino knows that a man of color makes an unconventional hero in a revenge-flick — that's why he made the film. It's been long overdue. With Django Unchained, that film has finally arrived and it has arrived in style. Beautifully shot, wonderfully acted, and meticulously written, it's Tarantino at his most epic.
Witty dialogue, check. Excessive profanity especially use the word 'nigger', check. Excessive violence including testicles getting blown off, check. Soulful musical score, check. Sometimes non-linear narrative, check. Shots of women's feet, check. Very great character driven plot, check. An actual spaghetti western, even though it takes place in the American South, check.
Django Unchained may go down at some point as Tarantino's greatest film.
(165 mins, action, drama, western)
Submission grappling is now available at k1 Fitness and Fight Factory five days a week from Monday to Friday.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday 5.30pm - 630pm Tuesday and Thursday from 6.45pm - 8pm
Submission grappling is a combination of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, catch and freestyle wrestling.
If you attend you will learn all the basics of ground fighting, control, escapes, chokes, arm locks, leg locks, and building a competitive spirit. All levels and ages can and will be catered for.
Classes are done in bulk cards.
Casual is $10 per session 15 class card is $135 30 class card is $205 60 class card is $360
BLOOD & SAND is a large format exhibition by Colombian photographer and Phnom Penh resident Erika Piñeros.
The photographs document bullfighting in Colombia, which has survived and evolved over the centuries, and has become an important part of the country's culture.
With public opinion growing restless with animal rights concerns, this controversial spectacle, and its particular breed of cattle – toro de lidia – are now under threat.
Cambodian Living Arts brings the weekly Plae Pakaa (Fruitful) performance at the National Museum: every Friday and Saturday.
With more than Apsara dances, we offer you the chance to discover the diversity of Cambodian culture and traditional arts through original and enjoyable pieces, set in the splendid gardens of the National Museum. This follows the success of our 2011-12 production the Children of Bassac, which visitors made number 1 on Trip Advisor’s attractions in Phnom Penh!
In addition to giving a unique opportunity to experience Cambodian culture and arts, Plae Pakaa aims at creating regular, well-paid work for emerging arts professionals in the arts sector.
Ticket price: $18 per person, $10 per person for children under 12
All of the proceeds go to these young artists and the master artists who teach the group.
Photo exhibition by Heather Stilwell.
Dorsu is a Khmer word that means ‘struggle,’ and it has become the slogan for garment workers, activists, and communities in Cambodia who are fighting to improve their lives. The images in this exhibition portray some of the people and stories involved in this struggle.
Each photograph was taken within the last year during street protests, at garment factories, or inside people’s homes to capture moments that are rarely seen. A 72-year-old land activist called ‘grandmum’ stands strong in front of a row of demonstration police; a young boy waits for water at a camp after being displaced miles from his home; and a group of garment workers celebrate after winning a months-long battle with two of the biggest brand names in the world.
One garment worker in Phnom Penh described ‘dorsu’ as ‘holding hands together to fight for our rights,’ and that is what this exhibition aims to show. The photographs are not only moments of struggle, but also of hope and strength.
Heather Stilwell is a Canadian photographer and writer based in Cambodia. After finishing a graduate program in journalism, she worked in South Sudan for a year assisting local journalists to report on human rights issues in conflict areas. In Cambodia, she works with Radio Voice of Democracy (VOD) to report mainly on the garment industry and to share workers’ stories through photography, video, radio, and print.
All paintings are exhibited at The Flicks Community Movie House on #39b, Street 95 (BKK3), open on weekend from 4pm and on weekdays from 6pm.
How do you paint the most familiar faces of Hollywood? You might have seen these faces over a thousand times in your life?
Dutch artist Peter Klashorst took on the challenge and painted the famous workers from the silver screen in his own remarkable way.
Klashorst specializes in painting and photographing women. In 2000, in primarily Muslim Senegal, his art caused him to end up in custody of the police for some weeks. He was suspected of taking advantage of prostitution, inciting debauchery, and the production of obscene pictures, because he had painted local women in the nude. By bribing officials, he managed to buy his freedom, and he sneaked into Gambia to flee the Africa. Klashorst now lives and works in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Come see the fascinating results!