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Kula Kamala Foundation & Yoga Ashram Hosts Divine Feminine Retreat Series

Sudha Allitt

Sudha Allitt

Kula Kamala Foundation & Yoga Ashram, in Alsace, will host the first in a series of five retreats from January 12 through 14, 2018. The weekend will provide attendees with a variety of methods to cultivate a deeply personal relationship with the Divine Feminine, also referred to as the essence of the Divine Mother, the Nurturer, the Creative Flow, the Compassionate One and the Protector. The weekend will be comprised of sacred ritual, mantra, mudra, storytelling, meditative practices and more, empowering a Darshan of Maha Devi Bhava, vision of the mood of the Great Mother. No experience is necessary.

The pay-what-you-can 2018 spiritual awakening and true-empowerment retreat series is designed to focus on embodying the esoteric and practical wisdom of the Divine Feminine. Each weekend focuses on a different goddess and the qualities she embodies, stands on its own and also builds on the ones before it. Retreat dates include March 30 to April 1; May 25 to 27;

September 21 to 23; and December 7 to 9.

“The Goddess, Sri Devi, is a very important essence in yoga and healing. In large part her compassion and wisdom are overlooked in today’s world,” notes Sudha Allitt, co-founder and executive director. “Her great and original name is Shakti. Her mantra are deeply healing. The ancient teachers said that devotion to her brings us many blessings, including peace, happiness and self-realization.”

Location: 17 Basket Rd., Alsace. For more information, call 484-509-5073, email or visit

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