Just as a lotus flowers blossoms in muddy waters, similarly, a skilled yogi
blossoms by fully functioning in the world but remaining unaffected by the events.

Glimpses from the Vrindavan Yoga Retreat, Plus The Next Yoga Retreat

Bharti and I are in Vrindavan, India with  125 participants from 16 countries, conducting the Yoga Retreat in a lovely hotel famous for its delicious food and superb hospitality. We all are very happy to be here, and the hotel staff is equally happy to have us here.

Our Yoga Hall

The Theme of  the Yoga Retreat: ‘Loving Krishna is Supreme Yoga’
Whomsoever you believe in, loving and serving that aspect of Divinity is Supreme Yoga

Participants learning to blow a shankh (conch shell), later they will learn shankh-pranayama, so good for the lungs!

Visiting Mathura, the birthplace of Krishna

Meal Time

Getting ready for a press conference for the ‘Clean Vrindavan’ project.  The initial response from the Schools, Universities, and Municipality has been very encouraging

Boat ride in Yamuna River at Sunset

Honoring the Yamuna River at Sunset

This is what the participants are sharing:
“It feels like getting a new life.”
“This experience is going to change my life”
“I have found my song. I no longer need an answer”
“Now I understand what ‘loving God’ means.”
Come and join us for the next year’s life-changing yoga retreat.

instead of the previously announced dates in Rishikesh, the revised place and dates are:
Vrindavan, November 1 – 9, 2020. Space limited to 130 people.
First preference will be given to the participants of the current yoga retreat if they register before November 28. Interested? Please send me an email:


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