Making Your 90-year-old Self Proud


  1. Jan says:

    I’m going to Chiang Mai in Feb. Doing it on my own. Finds are tight. I am 65 and female. I teach meditation to cancer patients for a non profit in Sacramento area. Any chance of meeting with you to discuss possible small group traveler’s in the future? Also, any tips on finding a shaman for a session while I’m there? Love your website!!! I just found it today. Very creative. Thanks for your time!
    Jan Webb

    • Alana Morgan says:

      Hi Jan – I don’t guide groups, this is a one-time experience with friends of mine who run annual retreats. For holistic and healing teacher/therapies/groups/etc. look up the “Chiang Mai Wellness Community” on Facebook. There are also several temples in the area that run vippassana retreats.

  2. lynda says:

    Just came across your blog and this event – so bummed we will be missing it by about a month! But thank you for all your recommendations in Chiang Mai!!

  3. The pics and the idea are awesome!

  4. Alex Howell says:

    The caption of the beginning of your post made me reflect too much, sometimes we are shy and do not live the opportunities that life gives us, we do not know incredible people or places for not leaving our comfort zone and I think that’s sad, today society is embarked on a bubble of technology, in their work, even in schools and I think we need to open ourselves to new possibilities and ideas to live the freedom that we ourselves have deprived ourselves!
    I loved your post, thank you for sharing.

  5. AlisaS says:

    Such a beautiful capture. Hello from Bangkok!

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