A Co-Creative Convergence of East and West
Our itinerary is designed to lead all participants of this adventure through an experiential process of understanding and integrating the best of these eastern-traditions, while sharing our own skills and knowledge. We will immerse in the living traditions of Myagdi and Mustang districts of Nepal, rich with Earth-knowledge, community-relationship and spiritual-wisdom. Every day we will dive deep into the rich practices of yoga and meditation. This daily practice will provide a deeper understanding of self in order to align with your highest purpose. By becoming more in touch and balanced within ourselves, we can more effectively serve life (seva yoga) around us.
A Journey Back to the Basics of Life
Our program is primarily an invitation back to the basics of Life. Drinkthe cleanest water in the World directly from it’s source, eat food cultivated from the earth upon which you stand, soak in natural healing hot springs, share the joys of life with community, connect and smile with local people and international peers alike, as a global-family. Recover your relationship with the Earth, with People, and with Self. Beyond the colourful traditions, it is simple living that makes a visit to Himalayas of Nepal truly unforgettable.
An Opportunity to Learn and Practice Permaculture while Benefiting Local Communities
The main objective of this adventure is to learn Permaculture design through a balance of theory and practice while serving local communities. Using the methods of Permaculture design, we aim to consciously create systems which mimic the patterns and relationships found in nature and provide the needs of all life in the system. Permaculture can be applied to all aspects of human habitation: from agriculture to ecological-building, and from appropriatetechnology to education.
This Himalayan region in Nepal provides real examples of integrated living systems and communities, and our program provides a practical Permaculture experience unlike any other. We will learn by working with local communities including the Rainbow Children’s Home & Organic Farm, Prakriti Himal Permaculture Center, the Shree Jana Adarsh Secondary School, the village of Paudwar, and the Tibetan settlement of Chhairo.
Jenna will be co-leading this adventure with Brandon Denton, the lead organizer and founder of Woven Earth. To register or learn more visit the Woven Earth - Nepal Adventure page here!