We organize many events, both in-class and online. Here you can find them all.
This mantra for peace is recited in the context of study, to protect both the student and teacher from all the unknown variables we have no knowledge or control over. I hope this session will help you understand the significance of prayer in the Vedic context.Find out more »
A stunning mantra for peace, humbly asking 8 cosmic forces including the morning, midday and evening Sun to protect the reciter. I hope this session will give you a little insight into what a cosmic force means in the Vedas and how we can collaborate with these forces for a more peaceful life!Find out more »
Join us for this 3 class course to learn the first hymn 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 »
With just a few potent words this verse expresses the entire vision of the Upaniṣads, the truth of oneself. While this session will not be able to achieve unfolding of that vision, I hope to offer you a little stepping stone towards that oneness, with some practice of the pronunciation!Find out more »
A beautiful teaching from exceptional teachers Neema and Surya who will visit us from India to share their extensive knowledge in Vedanta. Kaṭha Upaniṣad is in the form of a dialogue between Lord of Death (Yama) and a young boy called Nachiketa.Find out more »