Sensitivity to emotions is the uniquely feminine component that women bring to the practice of yoga, and the film illuminates this beautifully!Elephant Journal
Interview with Women of Bhakti producer Jahnava Devi on Yoga Chat Radio Show.
2013 North American summer tour:
Dates to be announced soon.
If you would like to host a future screening in your area please contact us.
Pilgrimages and Retreats to India with Jahnava, Mahatma and friends
October 15th – 27th 2013 / February 20th – 27th 2014 / November 1st – 13th 2014
The sacred land of India: yoga, Ayurveda, mantras, mystics, and most importantly, Bhakti – the yoga of divine love. Modern India can be overwhelming and difficult to navigate without a guide. To ensure a safe and sacred journey, Jahnava and her team of bhaktas will personally guide you to some of the most beautiful, ancient, and spiritual places on earth.
2013: November 19 – 26 / 2014: February 20 – 27
The bhakti yoga retreat has been created for those who prefer a yoga retreat rather than a tour. The retreat is an immersion experience in yoga, mediation, Kirtan, classes, and spiritual practices that support transformation and spiritual rejuvenation.
Jahnava and Mahatma invite you into their family. They are two very loving and open hearted yogis who show you India in a way that only those who live in India, and teach it’s culture can do.
Tim, CA, U.S.
I learned so much about Indian culture, life, philosophy and spiritual practice that I feel that it would have taken me decades, maybe even lifetimes, to imbibe what I received on this two week tour. This incredible journey and experience has been continuing to resonate within me long after the trip ended.
Larissa, New South Whales, AU
The amazing places Jahnava and Mahatma brought us to were totally off the map of conventional India tours. Our experiences at these places were heart opening, transforming and indeed life changing. This was one of the most valuable experiences of my life, perhaps the most valuable.
Alisha, Mumbai, India
Thank you very much for the incredible trip we all had. It was simply amazing. I really enjoyed the pilgrimage and especially meeting you and Mahatma. Thank you very much for looking after us and taking us to the most beautiful places in India. The kirtan, the morning yoga, staying at Krishna Palace, the eco-farm learning the Vedic culture, swimming in Puri and the Ganges in Navadwip were very special. The food was exceptional throughout the trip. I do really miss it. It was strange coming back to Sydney as I kept reminiscing of India. India definitely gets into your soul and your heart expands to its limits.
Sharon, Sydney, AU
I am reveling in all that was experienced during our sacred pilgrimage. So much has yet to settle in, but I’m certain that so much has shifted in me that only great changes lie ahead.
Lauren, N.J. U.S.