Navaratri Tantra Retreat

Experience the Magic of an Ancient Spritiual Tradition

Astrologically aligned according to the moon calendar; this festival takes place over 9 nights and 10 days, twice a year in India.  It is said that 1 hour of meditation during this time is worth 100 hours due to the astrological configuration. Anuttara's Navaratri Tantra Retreat is synchronized with the Navaratri festival in India; this heightens the energy force as we celebrate and meditate with thousands of others, in India and around the world.


Navararti is a celebration of the Godess Durga as an embodiment of the creative feminine energy (Shakti).   

Through this retreat we channel the pure divine forces through the use of material elements (yantras, yagnas, mantras, samskara) in order to awaken these latent energies within us.  


Guruji Raj Kumar an authentic Indian Guru of the tantric right-hand path will be conducting a similar practice in India at the same time and supporting us through our process in Canada.  


9 nights and 10 days dedicated to the divine female energy (Shakti). 


 a body herbal treatment made of up to 100 different herbs by Guruji which we bring from India.  This treatment helps to purify the energies, and awaken Kundalini



  sacred word formulae in the holy language of Sanskrit which helps to bring about purification at many levels of the being.  Increases concentration, purifies mind, awakens Kundalini



  a geometrical representation of certain specific universally pure energies.  Helps to build energy in the system.  This one in particular will be a living one— that is, with planted seed incorporated into the diagram.  It is representative of the living Goddess.



  tantric fire ceremony— where the offering of ghee, rice, sesame, sugar, and honey is placed into the fire which has been empowered through mantra for as a divine representation.


an ancient Indian tradition of meditation and spiritual practices that seek to channel the divine energy of the macrocosm into the human microcosm.



In the Navaratri Tantra Retreat it is an option to take part in part or the whole retreat.  The retreat is styled so that there are periods of silence for personal reflection which allows us to go inward and it also keeps the energy we are working to cultivate within ourselves from dispersing outwardly.


The practise we will perform is that of mantra meditation 3-4  times per day, of 1 to 2 hours of duration in each session. 

We will build one living Yantra, on the first day, and will be empowering the yantra with mantras. 

Participants will have one to three herbal body treatments (samskara) on the successive days.  

There will be daily yagnas and on the second last day we will have a large feast and party inviting local friends to enjoy with us in the celebrations.

On the last day we will dismantle the yantra, and offer it to the Nass River.

Besides these aspects, we will be doing at least one yoga class per day, and the rest of the days will be spent in reflection, quiet walks, sitting in nature, etc...





06:00 - 08:00

Chanting, Yoga, Pranayama

08:00 - 09:00 

Mantra meditation

09:00- 10:00


10:00 - 11:00


11:00 - 12:30
Mantra Meditation 

12:30 - 1:30


Mantra Meditation Practice  (Sadhana)

3:30 - 5:30

Self Reflection 

5:30 - 6:30

Mantra Meditation (Sadhana) 

6:30 - 7:30


8:30 - 9:30
Yagna Fire Ceremony

This schedule is subject to change and cannot be expected to be the exact same every day.  







Full Retreat Dates

October 8, 2018 to October 22, 2018


Full Retreat Costs


Camping/B.Y.O. R.V $550

Dormitory $700

Double Ocupancy cabin $850

Single Cabin $1100

Partial Retreat Dates

5 - 10 days 
Starting or Stopping when you'd like

Partial Retreat Costs


 Camping $300

Dormitory $500

Double Occupancy Cabin $650 

Single Cabin $900



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Navaratri Tantra Retreat 


Surrounded by the pure beauty of Mother Nature (a form of Shakti/the divine female energy), experience: 

Nightly Ancient fire ceremonies (Yagna)

Mantra meditation



Yoga classes

Home grown Vegetarian diet

Periods of silence for reflection