Article Publish “Natural Nepal: Once is not Enough”

A few months ago, I sat at my desk and began trip planning for the months that lay ahead of me. After a beautiful yoga class in Koh Samui, Thailand, I began to wonder if there was a cheap way to do a yoga retreat in Southeast Asia. Of course, there were plenty of yoga resorts that offered retreats for thousands of US dollars (which for the record, I don’t have lying around) and plenty of others that offered weeks or months-long stays (time, which for the record, I didn’t have available) but, while searching options onbookyogaretreats.com, I came across what seemed like the exactly the opportunity I was looking for. A four-night, homestay, yoga retreat in the Kathmandu countryside of Nepal: practice yoga twice daily with Yogi and Brahman, Rajan, who will also lead you on hikes through the jungle and mountains. Plus, get home-cooked, organic meals from his wife and mother as you stay with them like a family in their home. How perfect?! Even better? The price for the entire stay was only $100. Almost $300 cheaper than any other yoga retreat I could find, and with the opportunity to live locally for a few days and be with a family. More…