Udaya and Grace are both qualified yoga teachers by the Pashupatinath school of yoga. We offer yoga trips to Nepal where you can practice yoga every morning with a Pashupatinath trained yoga guru. During the day there are countless different sacred sites and UNESCO world heritage sites to visit in and around Kathmandu valley. Other days can be spent going for small hikes around the monastery, hilltop retreat or campsite.
Accommodation can be arranged in a traditional Nepali Monastery, at a campsite in a trekking region of Nepal or at a hilltop resort in Kathmandu valley.
All meals will be taken care of we will ensure you follow a yogic diet during the retreat.
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Thinking of taking a trip to Nepal to discover more about yoga & spirituality?
Here are a few reasons why you should:
- The country is where Siddhartha Guatama, the Shakyamuni Buddha was born, in Lumbini. He is not the first Buddha, but the fourth in a line of buddhas throughout the centuries. Lumbini is a very special sacred site, where many Buddhist communities from across the globe have built their own style of temple on this same site to give an amazing impression of spiritual life.
- There too many holy festivals count, celebrated in Nepal across the country by the 61 ethnic groups. One of the most famous being Shivaratri (dark night of Shiva) where hundreds of thousands of devotees flock to Pashupatinath, the largest hindu temple complex in the subcontinent.
- Nepal is the yogic centre of the world, the remote Himalayan caves are where holy men have fled for thousands of years to increase their chances of attaining enlightment. Ancient and not so ancient myths live on in their stead, like the Shivapuri Baba, said to have lived for 150 years.
- The famous Kalo Bhairav found in Kathmandu Durbar Square once was the ultimate judge of the land. So revered and powerful was his nature that anyone who stood before this recreation of Kalo Bhairav and lied about his or her crimes would drop down dead.
- Nepal is home to ancient scriptures dating back thousands upon thousands of years. The collection is protected by a selected group of holy men and currently the process of translating these documents from Sanskrit into English has begun.