What facilities do you offer?
Is there disabled access?
What support is available when we arrive?
What kind of food is provided?
"To everyone at Vajrapani, Thank you for making our stay so pleasant, so full of love and caring. We enjoyed and appreciated all of your beautiful assistance and wonderful food and company. Love from us all on the Yoga Intensive xoxo" -Anonymous
When your group comes to Vajrapani, you will have exclusive use of our facilities. The only beings you'll be sharing the sacred land with will be a few yogis in our secluded private retreat cabins, our wildlife neighbors and our staff.
Your group will have the use of:
- Meditation Hall (Gompa) with sound system
- Library & Lounge
- Dining Room
- Enlightenment Stupa Deck
- Dormitory and Private Rooms
- Teacher’s House (Geshe House)
- Two Private Cabins
- Outdoor Showers
- Nature Trails
Our main building has wheelchair access but our land is steep and rustic, and the ground is uneven. Therefore, it can be challenging for wheelchairs and those with mobility issues. It's best to speak with the Facility Rental Manager about individual needs to assess suitability for your participants.
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Vajrapani’s staff is available 24/7 to assist you with any needs that may arise. We will move discreetly into the background during your stay, but whether you have a simple question or a midnight emergency, there will always be a friendly, helpful staff member nearby for you to call on.
When you arrive, we will show you how to contact us and provide you with an emergency phone list.
Three meals a day, snacks, tea, coffee and drinks are included in your rental costs. Our trained chefs will prepare delicious vegetarian food fresh every day for your group at the meal times you choose.
We can prepare any type of food your group requires, for example, vegan, egg-free, etc. Most of our food is gluten- and dairy-free.
If you have a special food request for your group or an individual participant, you may contact our kitchen directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
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