visiting the ashram



Here at Anuttara Ashram, we have been following the news updates in British Columbia and globally, and we have made the challenging, yet essential decision to temporarily close the Ashram to the public.  Given the dynamic and uncertain nature of this situation, we will be watching closely to any changes, and will be continuously reassessing the situation, and will confirm as soon as possible when we will re-open for our normal ashram activity and retreat programs.

We are still open to volunteers and for cabin rentals.

We are offering many programs online, as well.  



Many people choose to stay at an ashram for a small or extended period of time because they are seeking a place where they can escape from their personal tribulations.  Anuttara Ashram provides a supportive environment and community; leading those seeking to find practices and a way of being that may lead to a truer and more authentic way of living life.  The ashram is a tranquil and silent space that supports self-discovery, self-love and spiritual understanding. 

Being content with the simple living of the ashram helps us to see the deeper meaning and true necessities of life.  Those who fully immerse themselves in the experience of living at the ashram leave with a feeling of wholeness, peace and an abundance of love.



We're all finally using the internet the way we're meant to. We're connecting, learning, reaching out and supporting each other. We're creating community across time zones and cultures. We're learning to express love through voice messages and video chats. We're learning how connected we all really are.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀


We are so excited to have this opportunity to bring the Anuttara Community online. We've been overwhelmed by all the love and support we've received from you all, and we hope to be able to bring you as many resources for you and your practice from the comfort of your home.  Check out our dedicated page to our online offerings by clicking the link below, including information on our Online Yoga and Meditation Teacher Training.



The Cabins are closed until Spring 2021.  




COVID PRECAUTIONS: We live within the Nisaga'a Nation and wish to respect the closure and restrictions they have placed around their community. At this point, we can only host volunteers who agree to social distance and self-isolate before coming. While you are traveling you must wear a mask and take every precaution against COVID-19. We have been an isolated community since February 2020 and we trust you to practice extreme caution while you travel here.

For more information or to apply for the Seva program please click the below. 


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Nass Valley, BC, Canada

Anuttara Ashram exists within the Nisga'a Nation

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