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The heart of the yoga practice

Satsang literally means ‘association with the wise’. Meditating together in a group creates a strong spiritual atmosphere which allows a deeper experience of meditation. In satsang, people of different levels practise together—from newcomers to experienced yoga teachers.

Satsang is the heart of the yoga practice.
It consists of 30 minutes of silent meditation, 30 minutes of meditative chanting of mantras and an easy-to-follow half-hour lecture on yoga philosophy or psychology.
Satsang is the gateway to inner peace and new horizons.

Free of charge. Open to everybody.
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays at 6pm, Wednesday at 8pm.

Indian Temple Meditations with a priest from South India

4 – 5 February 2017 :

A yantra is a geometrical symbol of meditation associated with the Divine. It represents the subtle energy of the 5 elements. A puja is a form of meditation on an external object which is adored as a symbol.

Times of pujas :
Saturday 4 February 6pm
Sunday 5 February 6pm

Participation: free admission - donations welcome

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Calendar of festivals

Friday 24 February from 8pm to 2am :

Maha Sivaratri - the night of Siva

A night of meditation and chanting the mantra "Om Namah Sivaya".
Siva symbolises the energy of transformation.
Only with reservation in advance.


Wednesday 5 April at 8pm :

Rama Navami – Birthday of Rama.
Lord Rama's life is told in the Ramayana, a great epic of India.

Free of charge.


Wednesday 12 April at 8pm :

Hanuman Jayanti – Birthday of Hanuman
Hanuman is the servant and devotee of Rama, a model of strength, devotion and courage.

With puja and chanting of mantras. Free admission.

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