Ramana'S Garden Seva Retreat
November 17-24, 2018
You Can Make Real Change!
Travel. Yoga. Service.
Join us for the most rewarding week of your life!
Experience the magic of India.
Nourish yourself with yoga,
meditation and organic food.
Provide life-saving sustainable water and energy for the children of Ramana's Garden.
sat nam foundation's service
Sat Nam Foundation will be troubleshooting and improving the rainwater harvesting system that is already in place in order to bring Ramana's Garden closer to water autonomy.
We will also be working with a team from TESLA to upgrade their solar power system. The solar system that we are funding and helping to install will contribute to the smooth functioning of the water system as well as give light around the property and power to the classrooms and cafe.
Currently, the campus at Ramana’s Garden is dark at night. We will improve the safety of the campus for the children as they grow in age and in number by purchasing and installing LED lighting all around the campus.
the seva retreat
Here's where you come in. We are taking a group of yogis to Ramana's Garden to combine their love of service, yoga, and adventure.
We will rise before the sun each day and have a morning Aquarian Sadhana yoga and meditation practice. We will eat delicious organic meals. We will have have daily yoga and meditation workshops. But most importantly, we will serve the children of Ramana's Garden by helping to install and beautify their new water and power systems, as well as serve as we are needed around the property and nearby farm.
The installation of these systems will be completed by a professional team that will arrive before the retreat, and when we arrive, we will be able to join the children in learning to implement and use these new systems.
Our retreat will be hosted in Rishikesh, known as the birthplace of yoga and city of enlightenment. Together we will begin our morning by practicing Kundalini Yoga in the yoga hall built by Sat Nam Foundation with the generous support of people like you. Afternoons will be spent interacting with the children of Ramana’s Garden, engaging in service projects around their campus, soaking up ancient culture and traditions of India, chanting mantra on the Ganga and dipping in her sweet water.
joining the retreat
To join the Seva Retreat, each participant must raise or donate $3,000 for Sat Nam Foundation. We have developed an easy-to-use fundraising platform for you to launch and share through social media, e-mail, and more. You can choose to raise all of the funds or you can donate some or all yourself and raise the remaining amount.
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[Or pay $3,000 in full]
Full payment is due November 1st
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Don’t miss this opportunity to experience yoga in the foothills of the Himalayas while serving children in need.
more seva retreat details
Your donation will provide:
Lodging at Ramana's Garden or nearby hotel.
2 Meals Per day
Daily Kundalini Yoga and meditation classes
Materials/labor to install a water system, solar power & led lights
Training for Ramana’s Garden staff in the use and care of rainwater harvesting system, solar power system, and outdoor lighting.
You will need to organize your own travel to Rishikesh, India. We will provide guidance for you once you are registered. You will receive a welcome packet with information about travel, lodging, packing lists and more.
Please Note: There are a limited amount of rooms at Ramana's Garden. The first 10 people confirm their space with a deposit will be guaranteed a room at Ramana's. Overflow will be hosted at the hotel next door.
Need help registering, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
100% of the funds raised will go towards supporting this program until we reach our goal.
We already have a list of 5 more orphanages hoping we will come support them next. Any funds raised beyond Ramana's Garden need will be used towards the systems in those orphanages through Sat Nam Foundation.