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Yoga Nidra is a highly rejuvenative practice that relieves deep-seated tensions and leaves one feeling blissful. Its origin can be found in an ancient Tantric practice called nyasa where mantras are placed within specific parts of the body. This process produces a deep state of relaxation of body and mind, while restoring energy at a deep level. Join this retreat to experience the gate to the subconscious!
Shanti Yoga Ashram provides guests with an ashram environment in a homestay setting, surrounded by the splendor of nature. This affords a cozy environment conducive to spiritual practice where those who stay at the ashram can get a taste of authentic yogic lifestyle along with traditional Nepalese culture. The ashram provides a few private rooms and shared dorm room facilities. Availability is based on current occupancy.
You can stay in the guesthouse, bamboo house or in one of the huts. Water for bathing is powered by solar. Electrical outages are part of life in Nepal, however, it is easy to adapt since Shanti Yoga Ashram has solar energy for heating water and gas or fire for cooking. They have lights that are battery-powered, not dependent on the coming and going of electricity.
Yoga Nidra is a gateway to the subconscious mind where you gain the power to reprogram our thought patterns. At this time, the mind is very receptive and you can implant positive intentions that will allow you to reshape your life in the direction you desire. It is a powerful tool that brings profound results.
This yoga retreat will take place in Machhegaun, Nepal.
Shanti Yoga Ashram provides its guests with traditional Nepalese food. This includes Nepal’s famous dal bhat (rice and legumes), fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade yogurt, pickle dish, and traditional roti (handmade flat bread).
The kitchen is a cozy, family-sized room with a welcoming atmosphere reflective of the generosity of the family who runs the ashram. Much of the produce used for meals comes from the family’s organic garden.
Some items you can find in the field are cauliflower, cabbage, a variety of greens, persimmons, oranges, plums, kiwis, spices and herbs, chilies, radish, and much more!
Please book your flight to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM).