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with Krishna Das

Also happening this year Nov 17-20! Click for Details

Krishna Das-Yoga of DevotionJoin world-renowned musician Krishna Das in an experiential weekend filled with kirtan (chanting of sacred sounds). In this special fall concert and kirtan workshop, you will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse yourself in chanting these holy mantras with the Grammy-nominated “rockstar of Yoga.”

A master kirtanist, Krishna Das will guide you in these ancient chants, making the practice exciting and simple. A personable, down-to-earth presenter, he’s gifted at lifting any hesitation or fear beginners might feel and guiding everyone to dive into lively, responsive chanting.

Krishna Das takes time to share insights he has gained on the spiritual path and tell stories of his experiences in India. Join us and elevate your mind, relax your body, and open your heart!

Krishna Das in Concert

If you can’t attend the full workshop but would still like to see Krishna Das live, join us for a Saturday night Satsang and concert.  Tickets are $40 in advance and $45 at the door.

Official times for check-in: 4 pm and check-out: 2 pm 

About the Instructor

Krishna DasKrishna Das has been called yoga’s “rock star,” layering traditional kirtan with instantly accessible melodies and modern instrumentation. With a remarkably soulful voice that touches the deepest chord in even the most casual listener, Krishna Das—known to friends, family, and fans as simply KD—has taken the call-and-response chanting out of Yoga centers and into concert halls, becoming a worldwide icon and the best-selling western chant artist of all time. His album Live Ananda (released January 2012) was nominated for a Grammy in the Best New Age album category.

KD spent the late 60’s traveling across the country as a student of Ram Dass, and in August 1970, he finally made the journey to India, which led him to Ram Dass’ own beloved guru, Neem Karoli Baba, known to most as Maharaj-ji.

Given the name Krishna Das, KD began to chant as part of following the path of Bhakti Yoga—the Yoga of devotion.

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