On Campus Program

Self-Love in Cynical Times


These days, the term “self-love” has become a cliché yet it is so much more than a new age platitude—it’s essential for our wellbeing. Self-love is the nectar that nourishes our life, and the medicine that brings beauty and light to our body, mind, and soul. As we radiate this love from within, we help create a kinder, more just, and compassionate world. But how do we truly love ourselves when we’ve spent years trying to be someone we’re not? How do we stop pushing, striving, criticizing, and comparing—and learn to trust our inner wisdom? 
Join devotional singer and compassionate guide Carrie Grossman for a five-day program to explore the protective patterns that keep you from opening your heart. You will 

  • Enjoy daily satsang with music, chanting, meditation, and conversation 
  • Experience profound practices for self-love, healing, and forgiveness 
  • Discover Bhakti, the yoga of love, and learn how to apply the teachings to your everyday life 
  • Journey into the depths of your being through self-inquiry, creative expression, and deep rest. 

As the saints and sages through time have said, love is always right here within us; we’ve simply forgotten. This retreat will help you remember. 

Included in Your Stay


Daily Yoga & Meditation Classes

3 All-Natural Meals Access to More Than 100 Acres

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Self-Discovery


Carrie Grossman (Dayashila), MA, is a devotional singer, composer, writer, and lifelong student of the mystical traditions.

Full Bio and Programs