Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm

Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm is a non-profit organization serving the spiritual community by teaching yoga, meditation, Vedanta, and yoga philosophy.

  • Grass Valley, United States
Limited availability
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Really Good

Based on 2 reviews

Speaks English

from US$950

Really Good 8.2/10

Based on 2 reviews
from US$950
Price for:

6 days / 5 nights

Really Good 8.2/10

Based on 2 reviews

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    Review by Melissa Sarti from United States

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  • Review by Olivia from California, USA
    9 out of 10

    "The meditation course I took at Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm was truly amazing. The area was so beautiful and the staff was very friendly. I really appreciate how regimented the schedule was. I was looking for something that had structure, but still allowed time for relaxation and reflection. This was a perfect balance. I stayed in a shanti room, which is clean and has everything you need AC, a fridge, table, small dresser, and it's own bathroom. Overall I highly recommend Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm. It was the perfect trip for me to deepen my meditation practice, while meeting amazing people."

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  • Review by Melissa Revelez
    10 out of 10

    "In many ways, the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm changed my life! I graduated from TTC in May 2015. I learned so many wonderful life lessons and had a warm, loving, and fun time. I returned home with a greater sense of myself, my purpose, and what I hold to be sacred. My time there heavily illuminated my path. I have been teaching yoga ever since and feel I am opening my heart to living my best life each day. Thank you, Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm!"

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  • Review by Lori Washington
    10 out of 10

    "In May, 2015, I took the TTC course at the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm and I can honestly say that not a day goes by that I do not but some of the teachings to use. I am so thankful for my time there. I look forward to visiting again soon. Highly recommended."

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  • Review by Annabelle Anavadyangi Dasi Younger
    10 out of 10

    "Very beautiful setting and such friendly folks. I would love to see a calendar of events on your Facebook page. Thanks! Namaste."

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  • Review by Komilla S. from USA
    10 out of 10

    "I have been to Sivananda Yoga farm many times on personal trips. This last time, I was there to attend and speak at a Jyotish conference. As always, it is a greatly uplifting experience. It is set up like an Indian ashram with yoga, spiritual discourses, and Vedic knowledge. Set in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, the visit always feeds the soul."

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  • Review by a traveler from USA
    10 out of 10

    "So good! I love the Sivananda Yoga Farm. After my first visit to the farm in December 2014, it has changed my life. I really enjoy the pure energy that is encapsulated and the sincerity of all the staff and guests. Most people come to the Yoga Farm with intention. It's not a place that someone usually stumbles upon and decides to go to. This makes the entire experience very enriching as the topic of discussion are usually more spiritual and deep. I liked it so much. I recently completed my month long yoga teacher training at the ashram. Again, the spiritual focused nature and intention of the ashram gave me an experience that would've been hard to replicate elsewhere. Lastly, I love the fact that this place is just in California. People don't have to travel to Peru or India to have a deep spiritual experience in a community of like-minded people. Every honest seeker is welcome here!"

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  • Review by Heidi K.
    10 out of 10

    "If you want to find a structured retreat away from civilization, then Sivananda Yoga Farm is for you. It's about three hours north east of San Francisco and it's very relaxed and chill. The retreat has a set schedule that includes morning mediation, yoga, talks, and chanting. Of course, all the food is locally grown, organic, vegan, and very delicious. If you need to get away for a weekend or want to come here during one of the retreat events, then this place is for you. I would highly recommend staying in the newer Shanti cabins as they are very clean and also very cozy. Also, the talks and meditations are very beneficial. I would love to come back at some point during the summer when we can do yoga on the outside deck overlooking the pond."

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  • Review by Daniel R. from USA
    10 out of 10

    "If you're looking for a place to get away from everything, this is it. Yoga Farm is a rare home where you can be around good people, good food, and good living to find and remember what it's like to step off the hamster wheel. Be warned though. It's the kind of place people go for a few days and just don't want to leave!"

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  • Review by a traveler from USA
    10 out of 10

    "I've been with my family to this ashram a couple of times over the past few years. It is truly a serene place. It's an ashram in true sense not a retreat. All volunteers are very genuine, caring, and really love their work. You have to help out with karma yoga which can include cleaning the kitchen, restrooms, etc. Believe it or not, you will love it. There is something great and peaceful about this place. This is very tough to explain. It has to be experienced."

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  • Review by Sean D. from USA
    10 out of 10

    "I spent a week at the Yoga Farm in January 2015 for a meditation for beginners workshop. While the workshop was for beginners, I'd suggest that it is best enjoyed by those with prior yoga experience. The farm is beautiful. The staff was gracious and genuinely friendly. I learned a lot about yoga, meditation, and myself. Staying longer than a couple days has many advantages. I got used to the schedule, which is filled with satsang, asana practice, karma yoga, meals, etc. I had a chance to hike the property and see the llamas and goats. More importantly, I was able to connect with more of the staff residing at the farm. As happy as I felt by the end of my visit, I was also sad to leave. I look forward to heading back with my wife, who I know would love it even more than I did."

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