Awakening Bhakti: A Celebration of Divine and Human Love
with Jai Uttal
November 3 - 5, 2017
Bhakti Yoga is the path of personal relationship with Spirit, with God, with Goddess; it’s a relationship that includes all the flavors and moods of the human heart. In the journey of Bhakti, your emotions become the fuel to reconnect you with the Divine and help you to find healing and wholeness within yourself. Through singing kirtan, you can explore, express, and share the deepest caverns of your soul and ultimately find the eternal springs of love.
For everyone who loves and practices kirtan (chanting the ecstatic songs of ancient India), this workshop will fuel your soul. Jai will share and demystify some of the secrets of kirtan. For with just a little understanding of music and rhythm, and a lot of self-acceptance, we all can sing, lead, and share our hearts with others. The practice of chanting can become our teacher, guiding us home.
Jai Uttal in Concert
If you can’t attend the full workshop but would still like to see Jai Uttal live, please click here to join us for a Saturday night Satsang and concert.
Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 at the door.
Riding Jai’s kirtan is a journey that spirals into the heart with such incredible passion, tenderness, stamina, and surrender that one is left transformed and sanctified. Not to be missed—the best around. — Shiva Rea
Everything about this program was exceptional. The Yogaville “experience” cannot be adequately described in words—think kindness, peace and bliss. The content (kirtan/chanting) was meditative and soul stirring. In a word: Perfect!! — Joel Bruno
Unlock a new heart space by singing, storytelling and blissfully connecting with Jai Uttal. His willingness to share his own struggles along his spiritual journey created a safe space for me to let go of expectation and self doubt and just be in Bhakti. — Heather Acord
The whole experience was heart opening. — Dawn Mahakalakshmi Nantz
Bhakti!! Amazing experience. Thank you for having the space to Be and experience the joy and love of God. — Liz Sanderson
I came for the kirtan! Loved every minute of it! — Program Participant