Shri Kali Ashram is now located in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Our New Location:
We are happy to announce that the upcoming season will be our first in Siem Reap, Cambodia, near the ancient Shaiva temples of Angkor Wat. The season will run from the 1st of November, 2018 to the 28th of June, 2019.
Our teacher certification classes are held the 1st three weeks of each month (1st-21st). The fourth week of the month (22nd-28th) students are welcome to stay on and experience ashram life – deepening their practice, study, integration and relaxation at regular price rates but in an informal setting. You may stay as long as you want to study with us on a weekly basis. Rates decrease after two months stay.
Over the last many years, Shri Kali Ashram has made its home in different parts of India, Thailand, and Malaysia, and we look forward to beginning another chapter of our lives in South East Asia. As always, we will continue to share the same universal science of Traditional Tantra Yoga, taught in accordance with the ancient texts and lifelong study and practice of our guru, Bhagavan Shri Shanmukha Anantha Natha along with Shri Ma Kristina Baird, whose depth of knowledge and understanding of the tradition are unparalleled in the world. All of our teachers have studied this system for many years and will be sharing it with you during your stay.
Our New Address:
1 November, 2018 - 28 June, 2019 Teaching Season
Shri Kali Ashram
For most nationalities, you can get a visa on arrival at the airports and border crossings in Cambodia. For stays of two months or less, request a tourist visa, which is $30 for 30 days, and renewable for an additional month from within the country for an additional $45.
For stays over 2 months, request an E-Visa or “Ordinary” visa, which is $35, and can be extended for longer periods from within Cambodia for up to 12 months enabling you to conveniently enroll in our longer tantra programs.
We can assist with the visa extension process when necessary.
For more detailed information:
Bordering Thailand, Vietnam and Laos, and only a short flight from Bali, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Burma, and India, Cambodia is centrally located amongst many destinations in South East Asia.
The nearest airport to the ashram is the Siem Reap Airport.
Angkor Wat is the world’s largest temple complex. Many huge and ancient stone temples located in the green forests serve as a testament to the rich Vedic culture that formed the background of Khmer society.