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6 Days Tantra Yoga and Meditation Retreat in Nepal

Nepal Yoga Retreat

Tan means expansion and tra means freedom. Tantra is the art of to be free from all physical, mental, and spiritual bondage through the expansion of energy, while expanding yourselves to experience your own wholeness. Learn to balance the masculine and feminine energies for a state of wholeness and bliss. Tantra yoga is the key to unlocking the dormant potential within.

Meet the instructors

Yogini Gopika & Yogi Prakash
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  • Yantra meditation sessions
  • Daily Tantra and Karma yoga classes
  • Expand yourselves to experience wholeness
  • Balance your masculine and feminine energies
  • Kirtan chanting, lectures, and satsang
  • 3 organic, home-cooked meals daily
  • 5 nights accommodation

Yoga styles

6 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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Shanti Yoga Ashram provides guests with an ashram environment in a home-stay setting, surrounded by the splendor of nature. Yogi Prakash and his family welcome guests into their kitchen and living space. 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. There is warm running water for bathing powered by solar and unlimited fresh drinking water. Electrical outages are a part of life in Nepal, however it is easy to adapt since there is solar energy for heating water and gas or fire for cooking. It has 24 hours of Wi-Fi and lights that are battery powdered, not dependent on the coming and going of electricity.


Shiva Shakti meditation

Divine bliss is experienced when Shiva (consciousness) and Shakti (energy) unite to create pure consciousness. This union of masculine and feminine energies can be cultivated individually or with a partner. Sexual energy is the energy of creation, the most powerful energy available to you. As you gain skill in sensing and moving this force, you open up the possibility of awakening and manifesting your latent divinity by awakening the power of Kundalini.

Guruji will guide you how to rotate prana through subtle pathways in the body, transmuting sexual energy into spiritual energy. Due to the flow of oxygenated blood through the nervous system, a bioplasmic reaction is created, which causes every nerve in the body to vibrate at a higher frequency, activating dormant cells in the brain, leading to an expanded state of consciousness.

Yantra meditation

Yantra literally means instrument. It is a geometrical complex spiritual instrument in Tantra practice for concentration and meditation. When the mind is concentrated in Yantra, the mental chatter stops and eventually the object of help, the Yantra, is dropped, and the mind can remain empty and silent. The practice of Yantra meditation brings about bhukti and mukti, enjoyment and liberation.

You will go deeply into meditation on Shiva, Kali, and other Yantras to activate consciousness, will-force, and other dormant powers.

Daily schedule

  • 06:30 Yoga class
  • 09:00 Breakfast
  • 10:00 Karma yoga
  • 11:00 Lecture or workshop depending on current program
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:30 Tea
  • 16:00 Yoga or practice session
  • 17:30 Dinner, winter season
  • 18:00 Dinner, summer season
  • 18:30 Kirtan and satsang, winter season
  • 19:00 Kirtan and satsang, summer season
  • 20:00 Practice of silence


Yogini Gopika
Since Yogini Gopika was a young girl she was in love with the deep beauty and peace found in nature. For her life was always full of magic and mystery. Upon getting her first real job after college, she can remember thinking with a feeling of longing for something greater that here must be more to life than this. Upon discovering yoga, everything transformed and she made a swift exit from mainstream society in search of life’s true meaning. After teaching yoga in New York City for about a year she journeyed to India.
Yogi Prakash
Prakash is the founder of Shanti Yoga Ashram, has been dedicated to yoga since childhood. He studied at the Bihar School of Yoga where he received initiation from Swami Niranjanananda. For the past 10 years, he has continued to deepen his knowledge in Nepal with Swami Shivalingam, Tantra Yoga Master. For the past 18 years, he has been fully immersed in teaching yoga both at home and abroad. He has circled the globe introducing the deeper aspect of yoga practice.

Retreat location

The retreat takes place in Shanti Yoga Ashram located in Machchhegaun, less than one hour from Kathmandu, Nepal.

This Yoga Retreat is vegetarian-friendly

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Three organic, vegetarian, home-cooked fresh meals are provided daily. Most of the vegetables come from the Ashram's garden. Traditional Nepalese food is served at the ashram. 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.

The diet is strictly vegetarian. 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 more.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Vegetarian
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

  • Deepen your knowledge by browsing the yoga library
  • Enjoy nature walks in the neighboring forest
  • Experience Nepali culture
  • Explore nearby sites
  • Practice the art of Karma yoga
  • Relax and take in the stunning view of the Himalayas
  • Visit Machchhegaun village

What's included

  • 3 organic, home-cooked meals daily
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • 24-hour Wi-Fi
  • 60-minute afternoon yoga and meditation
  • 60-minute lecture or evening satsang
  • 90-minute Tantra yoga morning class daily
  • Kirtan chanting
  • Lecture or satsang
  • Running hot water

How to get there

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM).

Arrival by bus

You can board a bus towards Kirtipur, on the way to Machchhegaun.

Arrival by taxi

You can book a taxi from Kathmandu to the ashram.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.
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