On Campus Program

The International Holistic Centers Gathering


Welcome to the global gathering of holistic centers working together for the evolution of consciousness, justice, and care for the natural world. Each year, leaders from cultural and wellness centers—urban and rural, established and emerging—come together to connect with peers, share wisdom and experiences, and enjoy heartfelt nourishment and inspiration. 

This year, we invite you to join us on the Kripalu campus for a week of Renewal & Regeneration. Immerse yourself in compassionate self-care, supportive community, and beautiful nature—and return to your centers with a rejuvenated body, mind, and spirit.

In this week-long community gathering, you will experience

  • Daily yoga and mindfulness practices
  • Inspirational speakers and discussions
  • Spacious schedule centering rest and downtime
  • Collaborative and creative activities to connect with peers.

Deepen your connection to yourself, your peers, and this global community to amplify our collective impact, and emerge from these challenging times feeling optimistic and empowered.

Note This event is for members of the Holistic Centers Network, or people who are interested in joining. 

It’s amazing to know there’s a whole world of holistic centers and realize that Esalen Institute is not alone in this plight. The kinship, connection and support that flowed through the gathering and afterwards have been very inspirational and nourishing for my personal and professional development. Having friends and colleagues who really understand the successes and challenges of non-profit holistic world is priceless.
Tatyana Sanikovich, former HR Director, Esalen Institute

Included in Your Stay

Daily Yoga Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to the Kripalu Grounds

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Professional Training


The Holistic Centers Network serves as the principal meeting point for centers that address the new consciousness emerging worldwide.

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