One week Ayurveda Retreat in Nepal
The one-week Ayurveda retreat in Nepal is designed to provide travelers with a deep insight into the world of Ayurveda and yoga. The week is dedicated to learning greatly about the various branches of yoga and adhering to its principles in day to day life. Likewise, in this retreat, you will take part in various Ayurvedic therapies and create an enhanced version of yourself.
During your time in this one-week Ayurveda retreat in Nepal, you will live a regimented life and, in some ways, similar to that of a sage. Yoga and Ayurvedic therapy are the mandatory activities that you will do daily and through this repetition, you will gain a solid grasp in it. You will train your mind and body alike when you take part in the theoretical lessons and the different yoga styles.
This one-week Ayurveda retreat in Nepal is a great way to experience the magic behind yoga, Ayurveda, and to understand the Hindu religion as a whole.
The one-week Ayurveda retreat in Nepal is a great way to blow off some steam and simultaneously learn something new. In this one-week retreat, you will be learning under the supervision of trained personnel. Yoga and Ayurveda therapy are the key components in this retreat. The activities that we cover in yoga and Ayurveda depend entirely on the yoga teacher, so, that’s why we can’t provide you a solid itinerary.
However, we can provide you a timetable of the activities that we shall deal with and the major activities in yoga and Ayurveda. But it may change according to time and situation. We want to assure you that you will get the classes mention in this itinerary anyway.
6 am : Wake up
7 am to 8 am: Morning yoga session
8:30 am to 10 am: Breakfast
10 am: Ayurveda Therapy
12 pm: Rest
2 pm: Lunch
3 pm to 4 pm: Break
5 pm: An evening yoga session
Morning/Evening yoga session
The morning yoga session in this Ayurveda retreat in Nepal comprises of waking up early and practicing yoga before having breakfast! It might sound a bit harsh, but it has great benefits. A trained teacher will conduct this yoga session and he will make sure that you thoroughly understand the concepts and ideas. The teacher will teach you different poses and asanas depending on your experience and education level.
Likewise, the evening yoga session shall conclude the day in this Ayurveda retreat in Nepal. The evening session can be a bit tiresome as you might be tired from the activities of the day. During both the morning and evening yoga, you will practice different types of yogas like Kundalini yoga, Hatha yoga, Ashtanga yoga. Practicing these different types of yoga will give you an inside look into what yoga is.
Yet again, the type of yoga that you will learn heavily depends on your teacher and your current experience.
There is a saying, “you are what you eat”. In this Ayurveda retreat in Nepal, you will dine on a vegetarian diet which is completely organic. It is crucial to eat a healthy diet to accentuate the performance of the mind and body.
Ayurvedic therapy is often considered as alternative medicine in western countries. Ayurveda is deeply embedded in Hindu culture and traditions. In this Ayurveda retreat in Nepal, you will take part in an Ayurveda therapy daily. The type of therapy that you will enjoy depends upon your body conditions and your medical history. You will take part in ayurvedic detox like Ayurvedic massage, Panchakarma treatment, Rasayana treatment, and other treatments according to therapist recommendation.
During this therapy session, you are bound to feel healed and energized.
Theoretical lessons and Philosophy class
There is more to yoga than just plain poses and asanas. They are shaped that way due to certain concepts. This theoretical lesson class is aimed to provide you a detailed insight into the development and history of yoga. It is also built to provide you with a guideline on what subjects to study and how to approach yoga if you want to build a career in it.
In the Ayurveda retreat in Nepal, you will spend your time learning ancient scriptures written by revered sages. For starters, you will read the books written by Patanjali and even the Bhagavat Gita. Although it is boring at first, it gets interesting in a few days.