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Kirtan and Lullaby Yoga at Bhakti Fest, Joshua Tree, CA

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Date(s) - 09/13/2018 - 09/16/2018
All Day

Joshua Tree Retreat Center


Celebrating the 10 year anniversary of Bhakti/Shakti Fest!

Come experience the shared heartbeat of kirtan and devotional singing with Johanna Beekman and friends. Johanna’s unforgettable songs will open your heart and inspire you on your journey long after the last note fades into silence.

In Lullaby Yoga, Johanna gently guides you through a series of deeply relaxing poses while singing and playing soothing songs and chants. Her class uses principles from restorative yoga, therapeutic yoga, yoga nidra, and subtle body and breath work. The music provides a luxurious, peaceful space for the mind to rest while the body relaxes, rebalances, and restores itself.

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“Bhakti Fest is a four day music festival celebrating devotion through chanting, yoga, meditation and community. The Center for Spiritual Studies Inc, Bhakti and Shaktifest’s Non-Profit Organization is a social enterprise dedicated to supporting collective evolution, and has raised funds for several causes and charities over the past 44 years.
All of our presenters embody the spirit of Bhakti – deep devotion. We gather on 450 acres of inspiring desert land to express our love and devotion as one community through an enchanting array of activities, including:
– Constant Kirtan Concerts
– Yoga Classes
– Private and Group Meditation
– Vegetarian, Vegan, and Raw Vegan Cuisine
– Fire Ceremonies (Pujas)
– Hanuman Chalisas
– Eco-Friendly Vendor Village
– Camping, Cottages and Cabin Accommodations
– Wellness Sanctuary: with massage, reiki, channeling, and other unique healing sessions.
– In addition, a substantial portion of the festival’s proceeds are donated to charitable organizations


What our community is saying:

“Yoga has found its festival.” – Craig Kohland

“BEAUTIFUL, devotional, loving festival.” – Dawn Cartwright

“It is so amazing to see this community EVOLVE.” – Suzanne Sterling

“So much love and appreciation. This festival was and is very IMPORTANT for the world and the future.” -Geoffrey Gordon

“The big picture on the Kirtan movement that Bhakti Fest presented was invaluable.” – Dave Stringer