Our second Bhakti Yoga Cookery Retreat for 2010 is over. It was even better than the first one. Spring is here in Australia, and the favourable weather added an extra lightness to the 2-day event. Here's our crew, in the well-equipped farm kitchen.
Veda Priya (kneeling, far left) and husband Keshava (standing second from right) are full-time residents on the farm. Assisted by Manigriva (at the back, in yellow) and Gandiva (in white hat, back, fifth from right), they co-ordinate the day-to-day running of the farm.
For those of you that haven't heard of this event, Krishna Valley is in country Victoria, surrounded by State Forest. And if you don't know your geography, the 200 acres of beautiful rolling countryside is a couple hours outside of Melbourne, Australia.
The yoga of cooking is the theme of the retreat. There's lots to learn, lots to eat, and great company. Here's Jacqui, sister-in-law of Keshava, Lauren and her mother Lynn.
Many retreats are held here, such as a Vedic Astrology retreat next week wih Bhanu Swami. Great accomodation facilities make it a real haven. And did I mention the spiritual food?
Places are already being booked for the next Krishna Valley Bhakti Yoga Retreat in 2011, so don't delay if you want to come. Here's the details:
Bhakti Yoga Cookery Retreat,
Hare Krishna Valley, Bambra, Victoria,
Saturday, Sunday 2,3 April 2011,
A weekend of cooking, learning and eating!,
Bookings/enquiries call Veda 0405 577 453.
Posted by Kurma on 7/10/10; 6:11:54 AM
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