Upcoming Events
with Swami Saradananda

Starting on Fri, 10 Feb, 2023, 6-8pm (London time)

Yoga Teachers Guide to Prānāyāma

2-month course begins on Zoom; learn to teach pranayama to beginners as you deepen your own practice… read more

Sun, 19 Feb, 6:30-7:30pm (London time)

Sivaratri Satsang online

On the new-moon night dedicated to Siva, the original teacher of hatha yoga, join Swami Saradananda for a guided meditation and talk on Ishwara-pranidhana (surrendering the ego) as well as stories of Siva. … click here if you are interested in attending

Starting on Wed, 22 Feb, 2023 7-8:30 pm (London Time)

Mudras for Modern Life

5-week course begins on Zoom; to read more

12 March, 6:30-7:30pm (London time)

Holi Satsang online

Join Swami Saradananda in celebrating Holi, the Indian Spring festival. Prepare for a ‘spring cleaning’ with meditation and a talk on the yoga principles of śaucha (purification) and kriyas (cleansing actions)…click here if you are interested in attending

7-16 April, 2023

Introduction to Jnana Yoga

Advanced yoga teachers training and retreat at Haus Yoga Vidya, Westerwald, GERMANY… visit website

Sun, 16 April, 6:30-7:30pm (London time)

Satsang online: Salute to Hanuman

Join Swami Saradananda for meditation and a talk on Hanuman, the patron of prānāyāma. He represents the steady mind, unaffected by experiences of the senses. … click here if you are interested in attending

16-21 April, 2023

Asana Intensive

at Haus Yoga Vidya, Westerwald, GERMANY… visit website

21-23 April, 2023

Mudras at Nordsee

a weekend at the North Sea based on Swami Saradananda’s book “Mudras for Modern Life” …read more  about this course at Haus Yoga Vidya, Nordsee, Germany

Starting on Sat, 6 May, 10am-1:30pm (London time)

Teach Meditation

3-month course begins on Zoom. Inspire students to meditate as you deepen your personal practice… read more

21 May, 6:30-7:30pm (London time)

Satsang online: Abhyasa-Vairagya

Join Swami Saradananda  for a talk and meditation focusing on becoming less distracted by attraction (raga) and dislikes (dvesha). Achieving inner peace requires regular steady practice (abhyasa) with detachment (vairagya)…click here if you are interested in attending