The Hanuman Fellowship is a non-profit organization founded by the students of Baba Hari Dass in 1971. Baba Hari Dass is a master yogi who has dedicated his life to teaching the theory and practice of Yoga. His students formed the Hanuman Fellowship as a vehicle for the teachings of Yoga and for the variety of projects that have been developed by the Fellowship Members. Among those projects directly under the Fellowship are The Mount Madonna Center, The Pacific Cultural Center, and Gateways Books, Gifts, and Music. The Hanuman Fellowship is affiliated with Mount Madonna School and the Sri Ram Foundation and several sister groups in other areas.
A retreat center and conference facility nestled in the Santa Cruz mountains midway between Watsonville and Gilroy, atop Mount Madonna with a spectacular view of all Monterey Bay. Our 355 acres of open meadows and redwood forests include hiking trails, volleyball, tennis, and basketball courts, a small lake for swimming, a hot tub, a gymnasium, and massage and herbal steambath facilities. Please check our rental facilities and availability information: www.mountmadonna.org/programs/rental.html
Bodywork by professionals at Mount Madonna Center. The earliest offerings from Kaya Kalpa Wellness Center (KKWC) were massage and Ayurvedic Swedan, given in our 2 room "bathhouse". In 1999 we expanded both the facility and our services and now house 5 rooms, specially designed for bodywork, a downstairs classroom and an Ayurveda herbal store. Ayurveda is considered a sister science to yoga and like yoga, has thousands of years of tradition in its healing techniques.
Non-profit organization dedicated to printing the works of Baba Hari Dass and running Shri Ram Ashram, an orphanage in Haridwar, India. The Foundation is inspired by Baba Hari Dass, a lifelong yogi and monk, who teaches the importance of developing positive qualities through selfless service and the practice of Ashtanga yoga with the aim of attaining peace. Established in 1974, the Foundation also publishes books on yoga practice, yoga philosophy, inspirational stories and teachings by Baba Hari Dass, as well as producing high quality tapes and CD's of devotional music.
Students of Baba Hari Dass in Toronto, Canada. Members and friends get together twice monthly to chant spiritual songs (kirtan) exchange scriptual readings and generally support good fellowship on the spiritual path.
Our Sister community on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia.
Los Angeles Students of Baba Hari Dass in the greater Los Angeles, CA, area. The group was chartered by Babaji with serving the Greater Los Angeles area, as a community and as an educational resource. The group has been meeting monthly in the Los Angeles area for more than 12 years. We hold a local Satsang the third Sunday of every month from 4-6pm. For more information, please call Veda Prakash or Prabhawati at (310) 826-3075, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org