The teaching on the Yatra is concerned with connecting each to their own unique path, helping us find what is precious and nourishing in our experience of life.

While the teachers draw deeply on the many mystical, religious and wisdom traditions of the world, the emphasis is on connective spirituality rather than any particular religion. All are very welcome.

Both Nathan and Zohar have been involved with Yatra's as a spiritual practice since 2001, and have been leading the teachings on the Himalayan Yatra since it's inception in 2013.

Zohar has been practicing meditation in different traditions since 1995. This journey has taken her from the meditation cushion into exploring further ways of expressing truth and love and in 2004 she cofounded SanghaSeva. She now spends most of her time facilitating retreats that offer service as a spiritual path around the world. Since 2006 she has been teaching on silent retreats and Dharma gatherings in India, Europe and Israel.

Nathan began meditating in 1997 and began teaching on silent meditation retreats in 2006. From a continued exploration of meditation on silent retreats grew a deep love of silence and the power of stillness. The realisation of the potential of every moment to become a moment of awakening provoked an exploration of meditation in daily life activities. An urge to offer retreats that offer deep connection in an active life led to the initiative in 2004 of SanghaSeva.