We organize many events, both in-class and online. Here you can find them all.
Join us for this special event of chanting all 1000 sacred names of Lalitā in Stotra form or verses of praise for her beauty, grace and compassion. Reciting Lalita’s divine names is a process of inner transformation and a way of awakening Divine qualities within ourselves.Find out more »
100% of donations received for this event will go to Villa Indigo, a home for seriously/terminally ill children, who are welcomed here for short stays to help both the child as well as the family.Find out more »
A Sunday workshop to help start your New Year by setting the right intention for your yogic practice through the year. Tune into and work with your inner conviction through this beautiful hymn from the Vedas - Śraddha SūktamFind out more »
Free introduction session to the Course on the 1st chapter of the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali starting on Jan 21stFind out more »
An FREE introductory session to initiate new students to the practice of Veda recitation. You will go through some exercises in recitation helpful for beginners, practice the pronunciation of Sanskrit syllables and understand the purpose and benefits of the practice.Find out more »
Join us for an auspicious start to 2020 by tuning into and understanding the energy of the beloved elephant headed Gaṇeśa.Find out more »
A comprehensive course of 15 classes on the first chapter of the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali with chanting, Sanskrit basics and traditional commentaries. All key concepts will be taught in a clear and succinct way through a structured study program. Included with course - online platform access to allow catching up with study if you miss a class!Find out more »
In this course of 9 lessons between January & March 2020, we will meticulously learn the recitation of this Sūktam with a high level meaning. As aspiring yogīs working towards understanding our true nature, this hymn will become a powerful prayer in our yogic journey.Find out more »
It is said that chanting Oṃ namaḥ śivāya is as good as chanting the whole Veda! Śiva means maṅgala, happy end, the grand finale. Salutation to Lord Śiva who gives absolute happiness.Find out more »
Join us for this Sunday workshop to learn the first hymn of 9 mantras in the Rig Veda dedicated to Agni. This hymn can be cultivated to be a beautiful daily practice, developing the power of the will within us, allowing us to do our work with supreme aspiration and keeping us untiringly on the path of yoga.Find out more »
An evening of honouring Srī or Lakṣmī the Goddess of Beauty, Harmony, Abundance and all things Auspicious not only at a material level, but also in our actions and thoughts and our interactions with others, both in words and behaviour.Find out more »
This mantra is a prayer to the natural elements - Fire, Wind, Sun, Moon, Earth, etc to sustain the health of our organs and human body functions.Find out more »
In chanting his name again and again, 'śrirāma rāma rāma', I discover joy in Lord Rāma who pleases my heart and whose face is a blessing. His name is equal to the one thousand names of Lord Viṣṇu!Find out more »
Oṃ May we hear only the auspicious with our ears.
May we see only the auspicious with our eyes.
Praising the divine with firm (healthy) bodies,
May we enjoy our divine life-span.
"We visualise the Goddess Earth who upholds all life as the Goddess holding a bow in her hands.
By her grace, we will be able to accomplish all in life. May she inspire us"