Journey to Peace: Living in the Moment

Journey to Peace: Living in the Moment

 

Renowned Buddhist monk and mindfulness coach, Geshe La, arrives at Amangani this spring to lead a reflective three-night retreat in the restful foothills of the Teton Mountains, designed to bring about spiritual peace – the very meaning of Aman’s name.

Aman New York Journey to Peace Yellowstone National Park Geshe La

30 May - 2 June 2024


 

The pursuit of peace has been a lifelong quest for Buddhist monk and mindfulness coach, Geshe La, ever since he attended the Nangzhig Bönpo monastery in Tibet aged 13. Having studied with the Dalai Lama, he’s now a master in letting go and living in the present. Unlock his wisdom in this three-night retreat with daily sessions dedicated to breathwork and meditation at Amangani, including twice-daily training and practice on a chosen topic, guided by Geshe La. Full use of the spa facilities, along with an included 90-minute Aman Signature Grounding Massage, ensures all retreat-goers will return home rested and restored.

 

Inclusions: 

  • Three-night stay at Amangani
  • Daily breakfast 

Group daily programme with Geshe La includes:

  • One welcome dinner 
  • A 90-minute Aman Signature Grounding Massage
  • Daily use of the Spa facilities
  • Daily morning breathwork and meditation sessions
  • Twice-daily training and practice on a chosen topic with Geshe La 
  • A guided sound-bowl healing session
  • Daily evening chanting and mantra meditation sessions

  • Rate Excluding of taxes – as per the property
  • This offer is valid for new bookings, subject to availability, and is not combinable with any other offer unless specified
  • Aman reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time with 48 hours' notice 
  • Bookings must be on a sell and report basis
  • Cancellations and payments as per hotel standard terms
  • Single or double occupancy
  • All rates in US Dollar and converted to local currency at time of billing.
  • Spa treatments decided based on the program and cannot be substituted
Journey to Peace

The makings of mastery

Geshe La became a Buddhist monk when he was just 13 years old, taking his vows at the revered Nangzhig Bönpo monastery. In the three decades since, his spiritual journey has taken him all over the world, from studying with the 14th Dalai Lama to introducing and teaching the YungDrung Bon Buddhism in Canada, where he currently resides. Today, he is one of a very few Bon spiritual masters living in the West and qualified to offer this teaching.