seven day Gathering of learning, healing and exchange in the Sacred Valley, Peru
at the Ashram Valle Sagrado
evening kirtans and sacred ceremonies
hike along Inca mountain paths
sunrise meditation at the temple of Qaqyaqawana
stay overnight at an Andean lodge
Nadi Gathering 2019 ~ a celebration on sacred land
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Organised by the Kundalini Yoga Collective from London, Nadi Gathering aims to bring people together to share a journey of activation and healing, and to learn from each other and from the surroundings.
In September 2020 we return to the Ashram Valle Sagrado deep in the mountains of Peru’s Sacred Valley for the fourth Nadi Gathering to continue our journey of harmonisation with nature and the ancient energies of the valley. We invite you to spend time together celebrating and nurturing connections in this powerful and magical setting.
The event is based in the Kundalini Yoga tradition and we also invite and integrate a variety of other practices and teachings including wisdom from Andean elders.
We hold yoga classes, workshops, sound healing, ceremonies, art, music, discussions, one to one sessions and sharing circles. We also welcome local shamans and groups to the Gathering who teach us about their sacred rituals.
The week-long Gathering includes a visit to two local sites and a hike to the temple of Qaqyaqawana with an overnight stay with local farmers in an Andean lodge and a sunrise meditation ceremony at the ancient site.
We aim to create space and time for co-creation and we encourage you to bring something from your personal practice to share with the group.
Our focus for the 2020 Gathering is ~ Dwelling in sangat ~
Friday 25th September: Arrival
Saturday 26th September:
Openingceremony, morning sadhana, daytime yoga & dance workshops, evening sound healing
Sunday 27th September:
Four Elements workshop
Indigenous water & fire ceremonies a
Monday 28th September:
Nature meditations and breath walk to local Inca site
Tuesday 29th September:
Morning sadhana, men & women’s work
Uno Urco Water Festival
Wednesday 30th September:
Morning sadhana. Hike to Qaqyaqawana. Overnight stay in Andean Lodge
Thursday 1st October:
Early morning ceremony & teaching and practice on the ancient site
Hike home. Rest.
Friday 2nd October: Ground
Morning practice & closing
Nāḍī (Sanskrit नाडी nāḍī = tube, pipe; Tamili/ˈ/naadi) நாடி = nerve, blood vessel, pulse: pronounced with long vowel sounds and a retroflex ‘d’) is a term for the channels through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual science, the energies of the physical body, the subtle body and the causal body are said to flow. Within this philosophical framework, the nadis are said to connect at special points of intensity called nadi chakras.
Diane Dunn - Four Elements Workshop
Earth, Water, Air and Fire are what connect us to nature and creation. We are them and they are us. To know the elements in an intimate way, we can access the power of the apus and Pachamama.”
Uno Urco Water Festival
The festival honours the legends of Inca Urco who offered his beautiful daughter Kusi Q’oyllur in marriage for the one who could guide water from the surrounding mountains to the dry plains fields of Urco.
Ashram Valle Sagrado is within the The Center for Environmental Education and Human Development. It is located in the Municipality of Calca, in the Department of Cusco-Peru. It is one our from Pisac and Cusco and a couple of hours away from Machu Picchu.
SEVEN NIGHTS, SEVEN DAYS
Event date 25th September – 2nd October
Arriving morning 25th
Leaving 2nd October before lunch
Accommodation is in the Ashram in one of six dormitories with 12 beds in each.
Want to visit Machu Picchu?
Sticking around after the Gathering?
Non-Latin American Residents
£650 / $840 or until 31st May 2020
£750 / $970
Per night (24 hours)
£120 / $155
Cusco Residents ~ $350 / $65 per night
Latin American Residents ~ $500 / $80 per night
Includes All meals
All the workshops, ceremonies and group activities
Seven nights dormitory accommodation
Three meals a day plus tea and snacks
Inca hike, two-night stay and sunrise practice at the ancient site of Qaqyaqawana
Afternoon trip to local site of interest ( site to be confirmed)
There may be additional visits & ceremonies at approx total of $50 maximum.
Shuttle cost to ashram from Cusco approx $15.
Flight not included.
We will organise shuttles on 27th September – in the morning and in the afternoon, and also on 28th according to need. The cost is between $20 – $5 per person, depending on how many people share.
September is dry. In the day time, the temperature varies from 17-25 C. However, the evenings get chilly and can be as low as 8C – please bring warm clothes for the nighttime.
What will a typical day be like?
We want to keep it organic and allow the Gathering to evolve as much as we can. Typically a day will look like this…All workshops, trips and events are voluntary
Morning gathering and meditation, ceremony or yoga in the large dome
Yoga, Sound healing, Breath work, Healing work
Open space for guest workshops
Circle and Dinner
Evening ceremony followed by sharing and kirtan and entertainment in the large dome
Goodnight gong bath meditation
On Day 3 we will organise an afternoon trip to a local attraction, to be decided (check back soon)
On day 5 we will leave for Qaqyaqawana after lunch and hike up the mountain. We will then sleep in Andean lodgings and hold ceremonies and events on the temple.
On Day 6 we will We will then descend back down the mountain and return to the Ashram.
On Day 7 we will rise early for our closing ceremony before we share a final breakfast. Departures are by lunchtime.
Will the altitude affect me?
The highest we will go is to Huchuy Qosqo which is at 3,600 meters.
Some people can get altitude sickness – there’s no rhyme or reason for who gets it or why but it doesn’t last long and you can avoid it with proper rest on arrival. We will be able to guide you to acclimatise and also have Mate De Coca tea always at hand. Altitude sickness tablets almost always do the trick.