Mindful Adventures

An invitation to professionals interested in mindfulness

I would like to invite you on an adventure where the grace and beauty of the mountains will be poured into your soul. You will discover there is nothing like the peace of the mountains to experience mindfulness and to understand fully what mindfulness means.

You will love the mountains, and you will fall in love with the culture and people too.

Mindful Adventures is a not-for-profit venture that will provide you with professional development like no other you have seen. It also supports local communities in Nepal, one of the poorest countries in Asia — we give staff much needed work and raise money for children. All around win-win. 

We have taken groups of professionals into the mountains for the past few years and they have overwhelmingly loved the experience. “A life changer” is the most common response.

I travel to the Himalaya regularly, I was there in the earthquakes, and I volunteered to help with psychological first aid training in the humanitarian crisis afterward.  I have family ties there too. I have been involved for many years in philanthropic work with Sanjiwani Health Mission and training professionals in ACT. 

Who is this trip for:

This trip is suitable for helping professionals interested in deep mindfulness practices, e.g. psychologists, social workers, teachers, coaches. Email us if you are unsure of your suitability.

What the trip includes:

I would like to invite you to join a travel experience that:

• will allow you to experience a mindful adventure as we will walk each day in the Himalayan mountains; your only task is to put one foot in front of the other, under the shadow of the highest peaks and in doing so you will experience a deep form of mindfulness

• will have you participate in a daily group discussion and mindfulness practice for personal growth; helping you to make peace with your experiences of being inside your own head for 6 to 7 hours putting one foot in front of the other (let me tell you, a lot happens in hours of walking each day)

• will help local porters and guides who struggle for steady incomes to raise and feed their families

• will use profits to fund community rebuilding projects 

• has you experience the grace and beauty that is the Himalaya

• will show you the tallest mountains in the world up close, e.g. Mt Everest, for the Everest Base Camp trek

• will show you the remote Tibetan kingdom, e.g. for the Kingdom of Mustang trek

• allows you to visit UNESCO heritage sites in Kathmandu, including my favourite — Boudhanath Stupa — the greatest stupa in the world where buddhism comes alive each day

• you will stay in TiSe Guest House in Kathmandu and experience our rooftop gatherings overlooking Kathmandu

• experience the peace and caring that comes with being a group of humans travelling together

Expert guide:

You will be guided by experienced high altitude Sherpa guides, led by Mingma Sherpa a mountain guide who has travelled for 10 years across the 1700 klm of Himalaya on foot. You can see his details here – http://seehighpeaks.com/


The trips are very well priced because this is a not for profit venture. See individual itineraries below for pricing. Pricing includes all inclusive (meals on the trek, accommodation, Sherpa guides and porter salaries and the internal flights). You only need to organise your own flights to Kathmandu. We will collect you and take care of you from there. 

Not for profit venture:

All profits will go to helping needy children in remote villages.

  • Our last two years of treks have supported children who otherwise could not go to school
  • Education of some ‘dahlit’ (formerly untouchable cast) children
  • Provided education materials, books, pens
  • Provided warm clothes to the children in remote villages


  • Ama Dablam Base Camp. A stunning walk to an amphitheater surrounded by glaciers. We walk past views of Mount Everest, into the Ama Dablam base camp where you will stand and gaze at one of the most beautiful mountains in the Himalaya, Ama Dablam, which means mother with child. November 2017 Itinerary is here: Ama Dablam Base Camp itinerary 2017
  • The Kingdom of Mustang – a remote, rarely visited Tibetan kingdom, near the Tibetan border, with century old villages, unique pristine alpine and mountain areas, and ancient cave relics. The full itinerary is here: Kingdom_of_Mustang itinerary 2018
  • Everest Base Camp – May 2018. What can we say, EBC needs little introduction. The tallest mountain in the world. A personal challenge and chance to see how to walk with mindfulness when challenged psychologically and physically. A trip you will never forget. The full itinerary is here: EBC itinerary 2018

Can I bring someone along?:

If you would like to bring your partners and older children (above 12 years), please email to discuss with me. They will need to be actively interested in mindfulness and peaceful walking with local cultures.

What you need to do:

• You will need a moderate level of fitness (able to do an aerobic workout for 40 minutes).

• Porters will carry your gear

Our promise:

You will be well looked after psychologically and physically. 

We will walk, rest, and become a group, under the highest peaks in the world. 

From the last treks I know, we will make deep friends. A unique and pleasurable experience.

Want to come with us?

Book here. Book here. Book here.

Click below to make your booking and we will send you an invoice for the deposit of $500AUD:


Everest Base Camp – February 2017 COMPLETED

 The Kingdom of Mustang – May 2017 COMPLETED

Ama Dablam Base Camp – Commencing 5th November 2017

2018 Trips 

The Kingdom of Mustang – Commencing 6th May 2018

Everest Base Camp – May 2018

Langtang Valley – Commencing 27th May 2018 – Details coming soon

Or ask questions –

Email Katina she will send you further details or help with questions – Click here to Email