Upcoming Retreats at Kula Kamala Ashram
While the Kula Kamala Ashram has been closed during the pandemic, it will be reopening this fall to serve the needs of the community and support health, happiness and well-being with weekend retreats that begin at 6 p.m. and end at noon—Metta, The Art of Loving Kindness Meditation, October 9 through 11; A Silent Retreat, November 20 through 22; and Samskara, Healing the Wounds of this Life, December 11 through 13.
The retreats will be led by Swamini Shraddhananda, a highly regarded teacher and female monk, and a sought-after public speaker and activist. She has five academic degrees and has been a university-level professor. Swamini has completed many thousands of hours of authentic study in yoga, meditation, tantra, vedanta, Buddhism and similar systems. Her path of spirituality includes karma yoga (service), bhakti yoga (devotion), jnana yoga (wisdom) and raja yoga (meditation). Her teaching embodies practical applications, humor, intelligence and a good dose of esoteric wisdom.
Cost varies. Space is limited to 10 attendees/retreat. Location: 17 Basket Rd., Reading. For more information, email [email protected] or visit KulaKamalaFoundation.org/retreats.