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Longevity Powered by Nature

Utah, United States - Date 06/07/2024


Embark on an exclusive retreat guided by renowned Buddhist monk, Geshe Yong Dong, amidst the breath-taking scenery of the American West. Immerse yourself in intimate group experiences and discover nature's rejuvenating power. Walk the Coyote Trail for morning mindfulness, engage in daily lectures and outdoor sessions, and experience 180 minutes of holistic practices rooted in Tibet’s Bon tradition. Enhance vitality, deepen your connection with nature, and heighten awareness of circadian rhythms.


With clean-lined stone Suites, Amangiri invites guests into the heart of Utah's desert landscape, offering space, privacy and uncompromising comfort with outdoor lounges, sun roofs and private pools.

A short walk or five-minute drive from the resort, Camp Sarika at Amangiri promises an intimate, back-to-the-wild experience with a cluster of 10 tented pavilions, each with a private plunge pool.


  • Daily mindfulness activities: Includes yoga and sound bowl meditation upon arrival, daily morning mindfulness walks, teaching sessions with Geshe La
  • Features Tibetan Magic Movement, breathwork, mantra chanting, and meditation practice
  • Involves stargazing sessions focusing on 'The Elements at Night' and a fire ceremony
  • Spa Treatments: Percussion & Cryo-Roller Therapy, Utah Salt & Clay Treatment


  • Airfare
  • Travel Insurance


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.