Womens Circle (Karam Kriya) June 24th-27th 2016 (Gilwell Park Epping Forest)


Each year the Karam Kriya Women’s Camp takes place in a different country around Europe And brings together women from around the world. It is open to all women and children. We are pleased to announce for the first time it is coming to London Uk .

This years theme is ‘When women take the lead’ identify ourself, connect with others and proceed with certainty

Please view a video of the womens camp from 2014


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Gilwell Park Scout Activity Centre London-Essex border

Bury Road, Chingford, London E4 7QW.

On the edge of Epping Forest it offers 108 acres of beautiful woodland, amazing activities, lodges and camping. Less than 25 minutes by train from central London and just 8 minutes’ drive from the M25, the location of Gilwell Park means that the great outdoors, and a great adventure, is within easy reach of the capital and beyond. We have indoor accommodation in recently built lodges with bunk beds, 4  bed dormitories for women and family rooms and a small number of single bedrooms for adults, as well as plentiful camping.



dormitory: £154 adult.   £84 child under 7

camping:  £136 adults.   £66 child

daily: please enquire





Information & Reservation

womenscircle@karamkriya.com or telephone UK: +44 (0) 7740 720514


The KKWC is:

• A meeting of women-4-women

• Based on a recognition that ‘The Future is Feminine’

• Guided by the number awareness as studied in the Karam Kriya School

• Supported by the teachings and practice of Kundalini Yoga Lifestyle, as taught by Yogi Bhajan.

Some special features of KK Women’s Camp:

There will be a daily programme of Aquarian Sadhana, morning workshops with Shiv Charan Singh and Satya Kaur, afternoon and evening workshops,  childrens camp, surrounding nature walks, yogi tea, snacks and a bizaar as well as Delicious vegetarian food. Talent Sharing; bring your tools and skills for sharing with other women. Red Tent; the opportunity to take time out and deeply share in a sacred space during menstruation. the revival of an ancient tradition for women to honour and celebrate their nature.

Seva (Karma yoga):

All attendants are required to help in some way with the smooth running of the camp. Mothers are required to serve in the Children’s camp (see below under Children). Available seva works are: Cleaning the yoga spaces, Food serving and tea preparation, registration and Children’s camp, gate keepers (bracelet check at doors) camp set-up / take-down. Pregnant mothers and breastfeeding mothers are not required to do seva.


Children from all ages are welcome to join their mothers in this uplifting experience of community. All children must be registered and pay the children’s fee (part of the accomodation/organization fee, which covers art material, extra snacks, games, children’s yoga, etc). Please bring clothes according to sunny and rainy/cold weather. Children take their breakfast, lunch and dinner with their mothers at the restaurant (not in the children’s camp). A more detailed information will be sent to parents upon registration (please register in the form below).

There is a division between age groups. Depending on the amount of children, they will be doing work on their own or together for certain amounts of time during the day.

Toddlers 1.5-3 years: Mothers must be present at the camp. If your toddler feels safe and wants to stay alone at the children’s camp, it must be discussed with the Children’s camp coordinators. There will be volunteers taking care of toddlers, however you must be present during other days depending on the feeling of security your toddler needs. If your toddler is not able to stay at the children’s area then you are responsible to take care of your child.