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There’s a reason why so many people are drawn to the Himalayas… the incredible beauty that makes the eyes widen, the kindness of the people that makes your heart expand and a feeling of peace and freedom that you can only find here. It is something that cannot be explained and can only be experienced.

This will be a breathtaking journey in Nepal! Discover the food, nature, yoga and meditation secrets of Nepal’s Himalayas in your off-the-grid, eco-luxury boutique resort!

1 night in a stunning hotel in Kathmandu
3 nights in your own eco villa
3 nights in your own luxury eco tented-villa
*All transfers to the resort from Kathmandu airport are included

Nestled in the natural paradise of a lushly forested valley, and set against the backdrop of the majestic Himalayan mountain range, the retreat is a truly eco-sensitive luxury resort experience.

Located in the unique setting of a working organic farm, the natural beauty of the setting reflects Nepal’s historic heritage as a centre of spiritual practice and the resort’s tranquil environment is perfect for undistracted meditation and yoga.

Here you will enjoy morning and evening professional yoga and meditation teachings, an eco-farm tour, a ‘food as medicine’ and ‘Nepalese cuisine cooking class’ from Marissa’s new cookbook ‘Himalayan Vegetarian Kitchen’.

You will have one night in the ancient city of Kathmandu. Then, resort has eco-villas and eco-tented-villas, both separated by a mountain providing two incredible and unique experiences. Your first 4 days will be staying in villas surrounded by rice fields, then you have the luxury of the another 4 days in tented-villas in the forest by Phewa Lake, looking out to the Himalayan mountain range.

Marissa Nolan is a professionally qualified and highly experienced therapist, social worker, lecturer, therapeutic meditation and yoga teacher and researcher. She is an expert in transformational process therapy, mindfulness, compassion training, therapeutic yoga and has 15 years experiences fascinating professional international events.

Every retreat and experience Marissa creates is motivated support an incredible experience for you and to also help others. For this retreat, USD$50 per person will be donated to providing resources and opportunities to women of Nepal.

Marissa specialises in designing inspirational retreats throughout the Asian region, showing clients from around the world the magic of these remarkable places, and of course sharing their yoga, meditation, cooking and ‘food as medicine’ secrets.

Book early & save up to $600.

See the website for details: https://marissanolan.com/nepal-ecoluxury-himalayan-retreat-sept-2019

Email Marissa to receive a full itinerary with more details.

What makes this event special...

Marissa as an internationally recognised social worker and therapist comes together with The Pavilions as a socially responsible hotel to create this profound retreat. They share values of: sustainability, responsibility, compassion, excellence & positive social change.

Marissa calls this a giving and receiving experience, where you will indulge in all the simplicity, luxury, cultural and therapeutic delights of Nepal and participate in initiating and supporting projects that empower the lives of local people.

Marissa from Gone Far Beyond utilises her skills, expertise and local knowledge to offer inspirational, bespoke, tailor-made, experiences to raise funds and awareness for communities and people in need or crisis.

You will also enjoy morning and evening professional yoga and meditation teachings, an eco-farm tour, a ‘food as medicine’ and ‘Nepalese cuisine cooking class’ from Marissa’s new cookbook ‘Himalayan Vegetarian Kitchen’. You will prepare mouthwatering dishes, with vegetables, herbs and spices straight from The Pavilions eco-farm garden onto the plate.

About the host

Marissa Nolan

    Marissa Nolan is a professionally qualified and highly experienced therapist, social worker, lecturer, therapeutic meditation and yoga teacher and researcher. She runs a successful online counselling and supervision practice, provides outreach therapy, academic research and social work throughout Asia and the Himalayas.

    Marissa’s aim is to help you find the practices that work and make sense for you. Combining the benefits of neurobiology, psychology, trauma and recovery therapy, therapeutic yoga and Buddhist philosophy.

    Marissa combines all her professional skills and local knowledge to create world-class experiences that are deeply rewarding and also beneficial to the communities they visit.

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