New Internship Opportunities at Yasodhara Ashram – preserving, processing and procurement.

Posted by Paris Marshall Smith on May 31, 2015 1 Comment

Join our Community — Learn and Grow! We are excited to add 3 new positions to our Internship Program for this summer.

Join our community for 4 to 6 months and practice selfless service as you gain professional skills and experience for your future. Food related internships are in Preserving Kitchen  learning the skills to process and preserve the season’s bounty and a new position we are calling a Food System internship that involves working with all aspects of growing, preserving and procuring food both within our community and with local farmers of the Kootenays. For more information and to apply go to: We would like to start June 22, so if interested please be in touch asap.


Internships at Yasodhara Ashram are a unique opportunity to deepen your skill-sets at the same time as you offer service and expand your own self-understanding. This program is open to all ages. Live and learn in community.

One thought on “New Internship Opportunities at Yasodhara Ashram – preserving, processing and procurement.

  1. Greetings

    My name is Reiss. I began practicing Kundalini yoga and Reiki for the last two years, and my interests in permaculture, ecology and design have given me a set of skills that I wish to apply. The opportunity at Yasodhara Ashram sounds inline with what I seek. This fall I earned my Certificate in Organic Master Gardening through Royal Roads University, as part of the diploma for Organic Land Care. I plan on finishing the diploma next year earning my Certificate in Ecological Landscape design with it.

    I want to live and work somewhere that my practice is given priority, somewhere that my gifts can be given and that my mind can rest. I have never lived in an ashram, but in hearing from friends of their experiences, I have every desire to experience it.

    Will you be doing the same internship this summer and when will you have it posted?



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