Online Meditation Retreat, October 13 – 16, 2022

We are pleased to inform you about our next online Meditation Retreat from October 13-16, 2022.

The focus will be on meditation, but you will also learn yogic elements that will help to improve your concentration and meditate deeper. We will introduce you to the science of mantra and singing Kiirtan for enhanced concentration and spiritual feeling.

You will learn meditation from scratch, and all the ins and outs will be explained. Collective meditation will be conducted three times a day. The daily yoga classes are designed to improve meditation, and classes about mind, chakra, and tantra will be conducted to understand the deeper aspects. You will also learn sattvic (pure) vegan cooking and much more. All classes will be taught in English.

All this will be taught in a friendly and loving environment, and you will be guided step by step by experienced monks and nuns. The retreat is suitable for beginners as well as advanced meditators. Do not miss this unique opportunity!

The suggested donation for this online retreat is $35. You are welcome to give more or less. Please see the payment options below in the registration form.

Let us introduce ourselves:

Didi Ananda Acirá 

Didi Ánanda Acirá is a yogic nun with 16 years of teaching experience in various countries in Southeast Asia and North America. She loves meditating and is passionate about making the earth greener, a healthy lifestyle, and arts. Didi is based in northern California at Ananda Dhiira Retreat Center. She conducts different kinds of retreats, loves working in the garden, and guides and inspires her volunteers.

Dada Dayashiilananda

Dada is a yogic monk since 1996. He taught yoga and meditation in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Congo-Brazzaville. He provided humanitarian services to poor communities in those two Central African countries. Dada is currently in Canada running yoga and meditation clubs in universities. He is also involved in the Ananda Kanak MU, an eco-village project located in Saint-André-Avellin (QC). Here Dada passionately takes care of his organic gardening and farm.

Dada Satyamitrananda

Dada has been a yogic monk since the year 2000. He worked for 16 years in Southeast Asia and has been in North and Central America since 2016. He is currently based in Guatemala.
Dada is passionate about meditation, yoga, tantra, and everything related to it. He loves to teach, and in 2007 he founded the ‘Ánanda Márga Yoga Academy’ in Singapore, which received the status of a college. Dada loves music and always travels with his guitar.