Spring (Easter) Regional Conference 13-17 April
Which will take place at Lime Farm, Amersham between Thursday 13th April and Monday 17th April 2017.
It will be a pleasure to spend our spring retreat together just outside Little Missenden – a picturesque and vibrant part of the English Chilterns, just a short distance outside London.
Please book your place as soon as possible via the link below.
Yoga and Meditation Retreat 21-23rd April
Which will take place at Lime Farm, Amersham between Friday 21st April and Sunday 23rd April 2017.
“What is a retreat?
A retreat serves as an opportunity to withdraw from the mundane aspects of daily study/work routine and metropolitan life. In the spiritual sense, a retreat’s purpose is for spiritual growth. It is a time to explore your internal self through deep meditation, a time to realise one’s closeness with the cosmic force that pervades the entire universe.
For more information and to book your place:
Avarta Kirtan Album Launch 18th February 7pm
St Caimin’s Church, Mountshannon, Ireland
February 19th – 25th
The years first kiirtan tour will start in Ireland where we will visit the Master Unit in County Clare, Dublin and Belfast followed by the remaining dates in England in Liverpool, Manchester, Stroud and Amersham.
More details: http://events.anandamarga.co.uk/kp2017
Evening Friday 9th – Afternoon Sunday 11th December
Yealand Old School (LA5 9SH) located in the Lake district
about an hour and a half from Manchester and Liverpool
Liverpool and Manchester Universities Yoga and Meditation society members are invited to a yoga and meditation retreat.
Register here to book your place.
“What is a retreat?” A retreat serves as an opportunity to withdraw from the mundane aspects of daily study/work routine and metropolitan life. In the spiritual sense, a retreat’s purpose is for spiritual growth. It is a time to explore your internal self through deep meditation, a time to realise one’s closeness with the cosmic force that pervades the entire universe.
We have arranged a programme that revolves around collective practice of meditation and yoga postures. Practicing in a collective setting creates an ambiance which facilitates our individual introversive flow.
Together we will practice:
- Kiirtan (melodious mantra chanting)
- Sadhana (meditation)
- Svadhyaya (explanation of spiritual scriptures)
- Asanas (yoga postures) and
- Satsuanga (spiritual community)
Along with workshops, games, walks and uplifting conversation. We aim to provide a memorable experience, an experience that will endow us with inspiration and stamina to go deeper and deeper into our practice after we return home from the programme.
What we request from you as participants is your sincere effort to follow the routine to the extent of your capacity.
Cost is £50 including food, transport and lodging.
Apart from the basics (clothes, toiletries, etc.) everyone will need to bring their own Sleeping bag, yoga mat and towel.
To secure your place register here with a £20 deposit (only 30 places available):