YOGA RETREATS IN NEPAL

YOGA & MEDITATION RETREATS

Nepal has always been known for her majestic mountains and trekking. In recent years, Nepal’s reputation as an ideal place for yoga retreats and yoga trekking vacations has been rapidly growing.

We provide the option of a yoga retreat in a luxury resort or hotel, combining yoga practice with some short hikes to nearby areas to rejuvenate your body and mind.

You can opt for a more adventurous yoga trek where you do some asanas in the morning before embarking on your hike and doing more asanas in the afternoon when you reach your destination.

We are pioneers in using superfoods as ingredients on our yoga treks to give you a more nourishing and healthier diet on the yoga hikes.

The Himalayas are where the yogis started and have continued practising yoga for several millennia, which makes Nepal an ideal destination for yoga retreats and trekking.

The yoga retreat and trek can be a perfect combination of better physical and mental health along with cultural and historical immersion.

A few reasons to take a yoga retreat in Nepal:

  • This is the country where Siddhartha Gautama, the Sakyamuni Buddha, was born in the city of Lumbini. He was not the first Buddha, but the fourth in a line of Buddhas over the millennia. Lumbini is an exceptional sacred site, where many Buddhist communities from across the globe have built their own style of temple to give a fantastic impression of spiritual life.
  • Plenty of holy festivals are celebrated in Nepal by the 125 ethnic groups and castes across the country, which have different cultures, dialects, and languages. One of the most famous festivals — Shivaratri (dark night of Shiva) — is attended by hundreds of thousands of devotees who flock to Pashupatinath. It is the most significant Hindu temple complex in the subcontinent.
  • Nepal is home to ancient scriptures that date back to thousands upon thousands of years. A select group of religious men protects these collections, and the process of translating these documents from Sanskrit to English is in operation.