Shakti Immersion - DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA

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Shakti Immersion - DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA

Time: May 14, 2020 to May 18, 2020
Location: Miracle Springs Resort & Spa
Street: 10652 Palm Drive
City/Town: Desert Hot Springs, California USA
Website or Map: http://shaktifest.bhaktifest.…
Event Type: festival, kirtan, devotional, music
Organized By: Shakti Fest and Ashland Source Center
Latest Activity: Feb 29

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Shakti Immersion is a 5-day conscious yoga and music retreat, condensing everything you've come to love from the festival into an intimate retreat and celebration. Come join us May 14th-18th for a gathering of like minds, hearts, and consciousness. Experience our wide variety of yoga classes, spiritual workshops, and music, from the comfort of the Miracle Hot Springs Resort, only 45 minutes away from the Joshua Tree National Park. Cleanse your mind, body, and soul in the healing hot mineral baths, treat yourself to a bodywork session in the resort's healing sanctuary, and enjoy a visit to our amazing selection of artisan vendors.

Featuring performances and classes with some of our most beloved teachers, including Krishna Das, Shiva Rea, Dawn Cartwright, and many more. Surrounded by the scenic San Jacinto Mountains, in a valley filled with magic mineral water, you will find a place to reconnect with yourself and others, and to leave feeling refreshed and at peace.

Shakti Immersion is a family-friendly, drug & alcohol-free event and our programs are accessible to all levels. Your retreat pass includes everything excluding our pre- and post- immersion Intensives. These intensives take place on Thursday, May 14th, and Monday, May 18th, and require a separate ticket. A full immersion pass is required to purchase intensives.

Children under age 13 are free. Our Shakti Kid's Land full of fun for the entire family!

Accomodations for the retreat will be onsite rooms at the Miracle Springs Resort and Spa. Enjoy access to the world renowned healing waters of Desert Hot Springs, incredible spa treatments, and all of the classes and offerings you have come to love, just a few steps from your room.

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