Connect with peers and share heartfelt wisdom as we meet the needs of these times.

Stand for holistic education being a crucial part of the solution to the current crises.

Together, we emerge in a more compassionate and just world.


Connect with your peers in other centers, both pioneering and new. Discuss online programming, leadership, culture, social change and more,  helping us all have a greater impact in the world. Read more


Join the 2021 Virtual Gathering and enjoy a unique opportunity to connect with peers sharing openly in the spirit of collaboration, as we co-create and innovate for greater collective impact. Read more


Membership ignites creative opportunities to deepen the learning through interactive webinars and community calls on a range of relevant themes, knowing that together we are stronger. Read more

Reimagining The Future

The roadmap is emerging from this year of extreme change... HCN will continue to do what it does best: connect, collaborate and build community for our network— all the while sharing our light of holistic learning to make a better world.

Jenyng Wu, HCN’s new Board President

Virtual Gathering 2021

Join the network of wisdom and experience, sharing insights and innovations in an open and creative way. Connect through shared values and intentions, exploring soulful solutions in uncertain times.

Christine Lines, HCN’s Executive Director

Centers Gathering 2018

In the Spirit of Collaboration

For over 35 years HCN has been dedicated to serving holistic education centers around the world. These centers focus on all aspects of conscious and sustainable living, with the intention to transform our direct experience through a deepening connection with ourselves, each other, nature and the spirit of life.

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Featured posts

Earth Day Decolonized: 22 April Free Program

This Kripalu-Hollyhock colaboration​ on Earth Day Apr 22​ includes 2 x 2-hour sessions. You’re welcome to join either of the two sessions, or both. A free community tier maximizes access. ​Although this is a high-value program the team are keen to welcome as many people and voices into the ‘room’ as possible. ​The more people we have learning decolonizing practices for our spaces and organizations, the more effective we’ll be at addressing the climate crisis and social inequities ​- and we don’t want finances to be a barrier to that!​ Join renowned speakers Karen Mahon Carrington, Melina Laboucan-Massimo, and Nick Demeris in this Liberation Series.

Webinar: A Covid Fundraising Case Study – The Findhorn Foundation

From the eleven months of the pandemic onset in March 2020 to the end of the organization’s fiscal year in January 2021, the Findhorn Foundation’s broad donor base grew nearly 400%, with funders increasing total donations by nearly 1,100%. Other centers may have received increased donations by a greater margin; others may have received less. Nearly all centers are making up for large reductions in other revenues, so there is far more work to do. Join us to explore key fundraising takeaways to be helpful for your fundraising program, with a robust Q&A to help you ensure that your organization can maximize its funding in 2021.

Webinar: The Emerging Ecosystem for Innovation and Impact

Join fellow members from three networks–Holistic Centers Network, Retreat Center Collaboration, and Advaya–in an introductory webinar designed to help us understand each other’s communities and collaborative efforts. If you’re interested in an inter-generational approach and curious about non-center based transformational initiatives, we invite you to join us. Collaboration opens new possibilities for retreat centers to address challenges and opportunities as a sector, beyond place, and yet rooted in the deep wisdom of our work.

Love and Prayers, Crisis and Opportunity

In the early hours of Monday 12 April, residents in the Findhorn Foundation and Community in Scotland woke to the news of fire. Thankfully nobody was hurt and the natural environment is largely intact. The fire brigade arrived on the scene at around 2am. Fire wardens assisted the brigade during the early hours of the morning to keep people safe and to communicate with residents. The community is in transition from preparing to finally welcome back guests, to now grieving the loss of significant buildings in the two separate fires. Please send your love and prayers as they navigate from crisis to opportunity.