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8 Day Yoga, Meditation & Hiking at the Top of the World, Nepal


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Explore the local mountain paths and fill your being with the incredible energy of the majestic Himalayas.

Dive into the physical aspect of yoga through asana practice during daily Asana classes.

Visit local villages and see the traditional Nepalese lifestyle. Be sure of one thing – nowhere in this world will you find warmer and wider smiles!

Explore the way your breath alters your state of mind through daily Pranayama practice.
Allow your mind to settle into the harmony of your surroundings.

Let the waters of Begnas Lake lull you into serenity.

Discover the real meaning of Peace!​

What makes this event special...

The retreat is perfect for those who want to embark on a journey of self-discovery through yoga and meditation, surrounded by stunning scenery or rural Nepal and encouraged on their journey by the energy of the Himalayas, which seem to be at arm’s reach.

This is a perfectf peaceful mountain getaway in rural Nepal. Begnas Lake is only 15km away from Pokhara, but it is still undiscovered and unspoiled by massive tourism.

You will not meet hoards of tourists on Begnas Lake.
For now.
So hurry up and visit while the place is still authentic.

About the host


I started practising yoga while still a university student. I had a chance to learn from many wonderful teachers from India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, USA, Turkey and Serbia, all of whom influenced my teaching style.

​I teach Hatha Yoga, infused with elements of Iyengar and Vinyasa Flow, with an emphasis on proper alignment, breathing, and focus. My aim is to help my students get a better understanding of their bodies and their movements, so that we can work together on developing their safe and sustainable personal practice.

For me, to touch the essence of asana practice is to move mindfully, to develop body awareness and learn how to listen to our bodies with kindness and understanding.

Meditation is an essential part of my classes, and there’s always a guided sitting meditation at the end of each class, following the simple techniques of just observing what is – observing our breath and the sensations in our bodies.

​I invite my students to approach the classes with a playful mind without taking themselves too seriously, but simply to observe the changes in their muscles, their stretch, their thoughts and see for themselves what works best for them at any given moment.

Apart from the obvious love for yoga, meditation and travelling, I find a lot of joy in dancing, Haruki Murakami’s books, philosophy podcasts, Thich Nhat Hanh’s poems, avocados, Tibetan singing bowls, randomness of any kind. ​

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