Yoga and Meditation Tour - 1 Day

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Duration: 1 Day

Destination: Nepal

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Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘yog’ which means ‘to join’ the science of life, the integration of mind and body. The union of the spirit with the divine via tools bestowed from the rishis, ascetics and yogis of ages past.

To many, the mentioned of “yoga” conjures up images of posture (Asanas) to develop flexibility, general body health and of course awareness, This is just the beginning, while yoga’s central theme remains the highest goal of the spiritual path, yogic practices can give direct and tangible benefits to everyone regardless of their spiritual aims.

The Eight Fold Path of yoga from sage Patanjali’s yoga sutra delves deeply in to the morality of living and plunges in to the human psyche,.It consists: Yama (self restrains), Niyama ( Self observances) Asana, Pranayama( breath techniques), Pratyahara (Withdrawl of the senses). Dharana (concentration),Dhyana (meditation) and Samadhi (identification with pure consciousness).

There is an Inter-relationship between yoga and meditation. Part of lord Buddha’s contribution to develop Samadhi (while focusing on a platform of ethics and morality). You can choose whether to focus wholly on yoga, or more specifically on meditation, or saturate yourself in both of these.

For millennia, The Himalayas have played a key role in mankind’s journey to self realization. Its total isolation from the rest of the world, its serene solitude has been a ideal environment for looking within. Nepal has inherited this unique pas which is evident in its every day life and culture when it comes to diving deep in to yoru consciousness or floating in total awareness. It still does have individuals and institutions capable of guiding you to this noble path, to the cosmic universe which has an infinite beauty of its own.

Welcome Nepal Treks & Tours offers different types of classes with the coordination of many yoga center and yoga teacher from Kathmandu. There are many branches of yoga, such as raja, hatha, jnana, karma, bhakti, mantra, kundalini and laya, Make sure you area not selecting a particular branch at random. We give you the few tips for choosing the right path.The teacher’s personal conduct, as one who ‘lives yoga’

One Which area of you do you wish to focus.

Ability to communication with your teacher

Opportunity to personalized instruction (If Required)

Intensive /live in courses if desired

Value of money

Detail Itinerary

Day 01Arrival Kathmandu & transfer to hotel.

Day 02we have different kind of package you can decide how long you want have it then we can make the plan