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Raksha Bandhan~Blessing of the Yogis

  • Sat Manav Yoga Ashram Rand Rd Industry, ME, 04938 United States (map)

In the ancient tradition of VaShi Yoga, Raksha Bandhan honors the deep bond that exists between humanity and all other beings. Simply put, if we can learn how to enhance life for ourselves and all beings we can all thrive and experience fulfillment. This message is original purpose of Yoga. This event is dedicated to that.

Event Highlights:
Sacred Thread Blessing Ceremony
Guru Yoga Philosophy Teaching
Amazing Food
Inspiring Yoga Class & Intensive
Traditional Yagya Fire Ceremony

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Kids activities all day so this is a perfect family event!

Each festival at Sat Manav Yoga Ashram is a rare opportunity and offering to the public to step out of daily life and travel back in time to a pure Yoga community reminiscent of ancient India. A day of inspiring intensives, illuminating discourse, uplifting ceremony, incredible food and live music...all in an idyllic mountain setting!

The highlight of our Festival is the afternoon discourse and empowerment given by Sri Bhagavan and Sri Mirabai, Gurus' of Sat Manav Yoga Ashram. Full of powerful insight, colorful analogies and irrefutable logic, this discourse on the intention of Yoga lays out the missing ingredients in our modern view, shedding vast light on the meaning of life and the direction we should be looking to.

Sri Bhagavan and Sri Mirabai are full time practitioners, dedicating their whole lives to the highest attainments of Yoga, for the benefit of all beings. They only give public teachings 4 times a year! Don't miss this rare and precious opportunity!

All day event celebrating Yogic Living. 9:15am-8:00pm
Suggested donation: $90/full day, $45/half day. Over night accommodations available on site. $40.
Full Weekend Retreat available (3:00pm Fri-6:00pm Sun. $349, all inclusive). Message us for details.
Your donation supports our nonprofit in benefiting all beings through Yoga and meditation! Thank you!

Later Event: September 28
Navratri~Honoring the Divine Mother