Swami Aparokshananda Saraswati

Swami Aparokshananda Saraswati first became interested in yoga when he was a teenager. After graduating with a political science and economics degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 1975, he went on to complete his teacher training under the supervision of Swami Sivamurti Saraswati in 1982 and was initiated in Poorna sannyasa in 1984 by Swami Satyananda Saraswati.

Since 1982 he has resided at Satyanandashram Hellas where he has been involved in the running of the many ashram departments, including the publishing department, kitchen, financial, agriculture, organic farming, gardening and currently, the promotion department and had the role of President of Satyanandashram Hellas from 2006 to 2017. Since 2017 he is vice president.

Over the last four decades, he has attended a variety of Yogic Lifestyle and sannyasin training courses and teacher in-services and he continuously strives to deepen his knowledge of yoga. His interests lies in teaching Hatha and Kriya yoga, Yoga Nutrition, Pranayama, Shatkarmas, Yoga and Ecology. He also co-conducts seminars and talks in Greece.

Over the last four decades, he has assisted in the Teacher training courses which were conducted in the ashram. He teaches in the Paiania ashram and the Satyananda Yoga meditation centers.

He regularly connects with the source of the tradition in India by travelling to the ashrams in Munger and Rikhia, every year and is a member of the Yoga Vidya council, Bihar School of Yoga, Munger India.

He is a member of the Hellenic Union of Teachers trained in the Satyananda system of yoga.

How you can be part of this beautiful community of service

You are welcome to come and unite in our efforts to help us accomplish our aims and goals. Our association needs people who are ready to offer their hearts, their skills and ideas as well as monetary contributions, and to integrate their ‘head, heart and hands’ in service.

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If you consider the needs of others, we need you.
If you have a generous heart, we need you.
Ιf you have large hands, we need you.
If you have bright ideas, we need you.

Your contributions allow us to reach out to more and more people. Your contributions enable us to support and work towards the fulfilment of the vision of Swami Satyananda, Swami Niranjanananda and their lineage  that of peace and prosperity for all humankind.

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Swami Aparokshananda

Swami Aparokshananda Saraswati

Swami Aparokshananda Saraswati first became interested in yoga when he was a teenager. After graduating with a political science and economics degree from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens in 1975, he went on to complete his teacher training under the supervision of Swami Sivamurti Saraswati in 1982 and was initiated in Poorna sannyasa in 1984 by Swami Satyananda Saraswati.

Since 1982 he has resided at Satyanandashram Hellas where he has been involved in the running of the many ashram departments, including the publishing department, kitchen, financial, agriculture, organic farming, gardening and currently, the promotion department and had the role of President of Satyanandashram Hellas from 2006 to 2017. Since 2017 he is vice president.

Over the last four decades, he has attended a variety of Yogic Lifestyle and sannyasin training courses and teacher in-services and he continuously strives to deepen his knowledge of yoga. His interests lies in teaching Hatha and Kriya yoga, Yoga Nutrition, Pranayama, Shatkarmas, Yoga and Ecology. He also co-conducts seminars and talks in Greece.

Over the last four decades, he has assisted in the Teacher training courses which were conducted in the ashram. He teaches in the Paiania ashram and the Satyananda Yoga meditation centers.

He regularly connects with the source of the tradition in India by travelling to the ashrams in Munger and Rikhia, every year and is a member of the Yoga Vidya council, Bihar School of Yoga, Munger India.

He is a member of the Hellenic Union of Teachers trained in the Satyananda system of yoga.