Jasmine Khemani has lived a colourful life wearing different hats in seven cities around the world. The global nomad and businesswoman has lived in New York, Guangzhou, Yiwu, Medellin, Bogota, Dubai and Bali. Armed with immense native knowledge of the places she has lived in, established connections with local insiders and the ability to speak five languages, the former vagabond has now found her way back home to Singapore, the city of her birth to pursue her calling—to create transformational travel experiences for the well-being of individuals.
Jasmine is a master planner and loves travelling and finding unique experiences that are off the beaten track. She has discovered some magical villas, sites, social causes, immersive cultural experiences, temples and characters during her own journeys. Jasmine is highly skilled and is passionate about wellness and achieving a healthy balance in life. She is a certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Theta Healing® professional. In addition, she is a qualified Reiki, Pranic Healing, Quantum Touch and Divine Healing therapist. She is also a certified Health Coach from the Institute of Integrative Nutrition.
From learning to make couscous in the home of a Moroccan guide in a village near the Atlas Mountains on the outskirts of Marrakech, to attending a cleansing ritual with one of the most powerful Shamans (traditional healer) in Ubud, Jasmine has had some pretty major transformational moments during her travels. The wanderer and explorer in her wants to share her awareness of the better way to travel.
Jasmine started planning niche retreats for small groups in 2015. The pilot journey she led was a one-week retreat called “Eat, Pray & Love in Bali with Miracles” for ten lucky individuals from around the world. It was an adventure aimed at wellness and rejuvenation through local spiritual experiences, visits to Shamans & temples, yoga and wholesome local food. The end of the trip came too soon. This was evident as her fellow travelers were in tears when they said their goodbyes. They were moved by the experiences they went through and how much the trip did for them—it was a once-in-a-lifetime experience that moved them. They formed a lifetime of friendships and connections in the process.