Kirtan Vancouver presents, our 2nd Annual
:: Bhakti Immersion Retreat ::
Featuring Jahnavi Harrison
A day retreat to cleanse the mind and connect with the soul.
Back by popular demand, join us for a day of mantra meditation, yoga, bhakti-centered workshops and a kirtan infused evening bonfire to wrap up the day. Located at the breathtakingly tranquil Springbrook Retreat and Conference Centre in Langley, you won't want to miss out on this incredible opportunity to recharge your spiritual batteries in this peaceful oasis.
This years retreat will be extra special, because we will be featuring our renowned guest, Jahnavi Harrison. Please scroll down to the end of the page to see her bio.
Vegan meals and snacks prepared by our bhakti chefs will be included throughout the day.
Registration and lunch starts at 12:00 pm on event day.
**Early bird registration price (before July 18th) for only $45** Regular registration price - $60 - Tickets available at http://bhaktiimmersionretreat.bpt.me or in person at any of our events.
If you would really like to come to the retreat but you're not able to afford the pricing, please contact us and well do our best to work something out.
Schedule will be posted as the date approaches!
Raised in a family of bhakti yoga practitioners at Bhaktivedanta Manor in Hertfordshire, England, Jahnavi is a writer, musician and artist who aims to channel her creative expression as a path to self-realization and service.
Jahnavi has travelled internationally with the sacred music band, Gaura Vani and As Kindred Spirits, for five years, presenting the dynamic stories and spiritual culture of India for a fresh, contemporary audience. She has also been a member of sacred music collective Sita and the Hanumen, and has often collaborated with kirtan artists like Krishna Das, Shyam Das, Wah!, Shantala and Jai Uttal. In 2015 she released her debut sacred music album, Like a River to the Sea, and also took part in the Grammy nominated, Bhakti Without Borders album.
Jahnavi now helps to run Kirtan London, Kirtan Vancouvers sister project, which aims to make sacred mantra music accessible and relevant to a wider audience, including schools, mental health institutions and outdoor events.