Ananda Marga UK and Ireland region warmly invites you to their Autumn Conference which will take place at YHA Sherwood Forest between Friday 14th and Sunday 16th October.
Let’s Move Together (Samghachadvam).
|Adult – Employed
|Adult – Concession/Unemployed/student/Pensioner *
|Child 5-16 Years
|Child 4 Years and Under
* Check you’re eligible for the Concession price by contacting Dada Paramasukha:
tel 07845 636847
Saturday 28 May – Sunday 5 June
Kiirtan Parikrama is the collective spirit of singing kiirtan (chanting a beautiful mantra) in various locations for many days. We will sing for 3 hours each day, this can bring happiness, inspiration and bliss to each of us. People who are interested are welcome to join us at any point.
Following the first part of kiirtan parikrama in February, the second part will take place from the end of May and we will visit Middlesex, Stoke Newington, Birmingham, Mid Wales, Exeter and Maidenhead.
Fill in this form if you wish to attend the kiirtans.
During the weekend of 11-13 March, there will be a programme to offer an introduction to meditation, yoga as a part of the life.
Activities will include yoga postures, meditation, chanting, outdoor walk (depending on the weather).
This is a new comers retreat open to students, in the University of Liverpool and Manchester University.
Please register here so we can keep you informed:
Cost will be between £30-60 including transport from Liverpool and back to Manchester on Sunday for those travelling to Manchester.
To secure your place, follow this link to pay a deposit of £30.
Snowdonia Outdoor Activity Base
Situated in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, the Activity Base offers basic chalet accommodation in a wonderful location. Located in the village of Deiniolen, near Llanberis, the property is a two hour drive away from Liverpool.
There will be a minibus travelling from Liverpool on Friday afternoon with limited spaces to the venue.
Returning the minibus will drop people off in Manchester and Liverpool.
Or you can travel to Bangor train station and arrange collection or get the local bus which runs fairly frequently from Bangor train station on into the next town of Dinorwig.
outdoor wear – suitable shoes/boots
There won’t be consumption of alcohol/drugs.
Or constant distraction by the phone.
This is a time for personal reflection and interaction with those present.