September 12-17, 2018
Joshua Tree Retreat Center
Yucca Valley, CA 

About the Event
Bhakti Fest is celebrating their 10-year anniversay with 6 days of sacred music, yoga, and kirtan in Joshua Tree, just a couple of hours east of Los Angeles. Bhakti Fest is a vehicle for evolution of human consciousness through a heart-centered revolution. Practice with the best yoga teachers in the world, dance to sacred music by world-renown artists, and take workshops with leaders in the field of personal growth. Camp out beneath the stars or stay at one of our many accommodations on and offsite; enjoy the swimming pool and free filtered drinking water. 

Zoë’s Teaching Schedule

THUR 1pm Women’s Sacred Space
(with Sarah Marshank)
The Soul Purpose of Sisterhood
In 2009 at the Vancouver Peace Summit, the Dalai Lama said, “The world will be saved by the western woman.” Now, 10 years later, we are beginning to coalesce into a powerful force. Come hang with seasoned leaders and soul sisters, Sarah and Zoë, to explore the complexity of our relationships with women and the opportunity that is rising to fulfill on our collective purpose. All who self-identify as women are welcome.

FRI 11am Women’s Sacred Space
You deserve to feel vibrant, sexy, and alive. You deserve to have total sovereignty over your body and how you share it. You deserve to feel comfortable in your skin and safe in the world. Step into the nourishing container of sisterhood and reconnect with your own sensual essence. This is a safe space. All who self-identify as women are welcome.

SAT 1pm Women’s Sacred Space
Women’s Sexuality: It’s All Sacred
Sacred Sexuality has been trending for a while. But exactly what does it mean, and how does it apply to women in a modern world? Bring with you all your questions about sex and sexuality and we will get real and raw about what actually makes sex sacred. Spoiler Alert: It doesn’t involve Sanskrit. This is a safe space. All who self-identify as women are welcome.

SUN 1pm Workshop Hall 3
Radical Intimacy for Men and Women
Sex and Intimacy. We tend to use the words interchangeably, but are they really one and the same? Come explore the peaceful co-existence of freedom and connection, the nature of presence, the three kinds of intimacy, and practices that cultivate radical and sustainable intimacy. This is a rare co-ed workshop led by Zoë Kors. Singles and couples of all orientations welcome.