Many of these courses below run according to request. Please contact our centers to see which of the following courses are currently running.

For maximum benefit one needs to regularly attend sessions. Please arrive 10 minutes before as the session starts on time.

Wear light and comfortable clothes. Bring your own yoga mat. Meditation pillows and blankets will be provided. Ensure that your last meal was at least 3 hours before the session you will attend and 1 hour before the last snack.

Sessions include theory and practice.

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

These sessions introduce us to the teachings of the inspirers of our tradition. In this course, the focus is on reading the texts of the masters of our tradition on…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

To go deeper into the science of yoga, one needs to begin to explore the mind and how it functions. The course aims to enable one to unravel the mystery…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

The word Swadhyaya comes from swa: self or soul and adhyaya means chapter, lesson, reading, lecture and implies the studying and reading of the scriptures, as well as the practice of…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

Yamas and Niyamas are like scissors that can trim and prune the tree of life and the mind to ensure they grow straight, strong and shady, and provide plenty of…

Duration: 10 sessions of 90min

Here we recognise and appreciate the magical power of music and sound. Mantra and kirtan are among the most powerful methods to uplift us and express our emotions. The therapeutic…

Duration: 60min each session

Yoga nidra, which derives from the Tantras, is a powerful technique by which someone learns to consciously relax. Relaxation does not mean sleep. Relaxation means to be in a state…

Duration: 90min

Meditation courses for beginners. Many concentration and meditation techniques have been developed in Satyananda Yoga from the ancient scriptures. The practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration), dhyana…

Duration: 16 sessions of 90min

These sessions will be progressive in sequence and each module will last 1 month. During the day, we accumulate more stress and tension than we can assimilate. Satyananda Yoga Nidra®,…

In this session the following core Satyananda Yoga meditation techniques are taught: kaya sthairyam, ajapa japa, antar mouna, chidakasha dharana. A happy and healthy life derives from a change in…

Duration: varies

Many concentration and meditation techniques have been developed in Satyananda Yoga from the ancient scriptures. The practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation) and laya yoga1…

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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Courses

Many of these courses below run according to request. Please contact our centers to see which of the following courses are currently running.

For maximum benefit one needs to regularly attend sessions. Please arrive 10 minutes before as the session starts on time.

Wear light and comfortable clothes. Bring your own yoga mat. Meditation pillows and blankets will be provided. Ensure that your last meal was at least 3 hours before the session you will attend and 1 hour before the last snack.

Sessions include theory and practice.

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

These sessions introduce us to the teachings of the inspirers of our tradition. In this course, the focus is on reading the texts of the masters of our tradition on…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

To go deeper into the science of yoga, one needs to begin to explore the mind and how it functions. The course aims to enable one to unravel the mystery…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

The word Swadhyaya comes from swa: self or soul and adhyaya means chapter, lesson, reading, lecture and implies the studying and reading of the scriptures, as well as the practice of…

Duration: 28 sessions of 60min

Yamas and Niyamas are like scissors that can trim and prune the tree of life and the mind to ensure they grow straight, strong and shady, and provide plenty of…

Duration: 10 sessions of 90min

Here we recognise and appreciate the magical power of music and sound. Mantra and kirtan are among the most powerful methods to uplift us and express our emotions. The therapeutic…

Duration: 60min each session

Yoga nidra, which derives from the Tantras, is a powerful technique by which someone learns to consciously relax. Relaxation does not mean sleep. Relaxation means to be in a state…

Duration: 90min

Meditation courses for beginners. Many concentration and meditation techniques have been developed in Satyananda Yoga from the ancient scriptures. The practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration), dhyana…

Duration: 16 sessions of 90min

These sessions will be progressive in sequence and each module will last 1 month. During the day, we accumulate more stress and tension than we can assimilate. Satyananda Yoga Nidra®,…

In this session the following core Satyananda Yoga meditation techniques are taught: kaya sthairyam, ajapa japa, antar mouna, chidakasha dharana. A happy and healthy life derives from a change in…

Duration: varies

Many concentration and meditation techniques have been developed in Satyananda Yoga from the ancient scriptures. The practices of pratyahara (to quieten the mind), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation) and laya yoga1…