Retreat with me

Radhadesh is a home of Bhakti Yoga in Europe. A place where monks, spiritualists and yogis have been deeply absorbed in their spiritual practice for the last 42 years. Going to this sacred place, even today, one can feel that same magic; The atmosphere surcharged with something higher, something many have

never experienced before.

 

My aim, is and has always been, to give those I'm connected with an experience of a life less ordinary,

to taste that which your soul has been yearning for lifetimes, and I couldn't think of a better way to do this

than to retreat, and a better place with the current global situation, than Radhadesh!

 

Check out a summary of details below.

Hoping this opportunity excites you as much as it does me!

 

Wishing you lots of spiritual strength for the fortnight ahead.

 

with love,

Radhika Das

The opportunity of a lifetime

See your life through the eyes of Bhakti 

and the eyes of those who walk the path too.

 

This retreat WILL transform your heart and soul through daily:

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  • DAILY CHANTING WORKSHOPS, (where you'll learn the art of chanting and also how to share it with others with instrument lessons too.)

  • BHAKTI YOGA WISDOM SESSIONS, (lessons from The Bhagavad Gita, Srimad Bhagavatam and other Bhakti texts)

  • YOGA ASANA,

  • SPECIAL GUEST FACILITATORS (Swamis, Kirtan experts and more)

 

and all this with a family that will love, support and serve one another!

Key details

 

WHEN: 21st-25th November 2021

ACCOMODATION: Radhadesh, Belgium*

PRICE: Start from £459**

(excl. travel via Eurostar to Radhadesh)

 

*Accomodation: https://radhadesh.com/retreat-centre/
All rooms will have: full bedding, towels, WIFI access and air-conditioning but NO TV's (we are there for deep realisations, The Big Bake Off will still be there when we get back...I hope).

**COVID-19: If due to COVID-19 the retreat is cancelled, the full deposit along with any other payments will be FULLY refunded.

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what will we do each day?

Rough idea of an average day 

(without giving away the exciting surprise days):


5am - Japa Meditation (optional)

7am - Bhakti Prayer and Singing

8am - Yoga Asana

9am - Breakfast 

10am - Bhakti Wisdom Class 

2pm - Lunch 

3pm - Seva (for the cows, learn to play instruments and more).

6pm - Kirtan - candle lit evenings at various magical places 

8pm - Dinner