There are many reasons to motivate yourself to Volunteer. At Bhakti Yoga School we have Ashrams (spiritual centers) where you will have the opportunity to give and contribute from the heart within a yogic context from the temples of Indian mysticism.
Becoming a Volunteer is a personal decision. Within Yoga it is said that serving others is one of the highest actions that a Soul can perform and that it can also benefit you in many other ways:
During your stay as a volunteer, your tasks will include cooking or assisting in the kitchen, cleaning the spaces, organic gardening, helping us with the general maintenance of the Ashram, computer work, among many others.
There is also the possibility of teaching Languages, Art, Yoga or any other skill or knowledge you have. We are open to knowing your skills and what you are inspired to share with us!
Volunteers are invited to participate in the Morning Program: Mantra Meditation, Pranayama (breathing exercises) and Kirtan (devotional chants). You can also participate in the Yoga Class in the afternoons.
The cost of the Volunteer Program also includes your accommodation (in shared rooms) and 3 vegetarian meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner). In addition, you will also have short periods of time to connect with a peaceful and harmonious atmosphere that you can use to carry out other personal activities; the average daily service time is 4 to 5 hours.
This Volunteering is a wonderful opportunity that will allow you to contribute your grain of sand, collaborating in a space dedicated to sharing practices of well-being and spiritual growth.
We will be very happy and grateful to receive you at any of our Ashrams!
Just remember that an Ashram is a spiritual and vegetarian space, so the consumption of meats (including poultry, fish and eggs), stimulants or intoxicants, cigarettes and alcohol within the facilities are strictly prohibited.