EUROPEAN SATYANANDA YOGA GATHERING
HIGHLIGHT OF 2020
- Manahprasad & Japa – Yama and Niyama for a Yogic Lifestyle
- Pratipaksha bhavana – Staying on the positive side
- Pratyahara – Tool for positive management of life challenges
- Yoga ecology – In tune with nature
- Yogic lifestyle – Yoga from moment to moment
WELCOME TO SATYANANDA YOGA ACADEMY EUROPE
SYAE was formed in 2004 under the direction of Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati. Its aim is to ensure the source of origin and high quality of teachings of Satyananda Yoga in Europe and therefore maintaining the integrity of the original teachings of Swami Satyananda Saraswati.
In 2013 Swami Niranjanananda introduced the 2nd chapter of yoga during the World Yoga Convention. The current programs of SYAE are run under the directives of BSY and integrate the teachings of the 2nd chapter of yoga. All of its teachers (most of whom are acharyas) undergo regular training in the Bihar School of Yoga in Munger, India.
The courses held by Satyananda Yoga Academy Europe combine residential stays with several months of guided study and home practice. During residentials, students immerse themselves in a yogic routine; at home, they integrate practices into daily life.
Our courses are modelled on those taught at Bihar Yoga Bharati,
Institute for Advanced Studies in Yogic Sciences, the first of its kind in the world wholly devoted to the subject of yoga. They are rooted in traditional teachings, but they also include contemporary scientific theory. They reflect Swami Satyananda’s belief that yoga is a practical science that helps people manage the demands of a modern lifestyle.
Our courses help students to:
Who our courses are for
Our yogic studies courses are for committed students who want to develop their experience of yoga and establish it as part of their daily life.
Our teacher training courses are for experienced students who want to transmit Swami Satyananda’s and Swami Niranjan’s teachings faithfully.
Open to both beginners and longer-term practitioners, this course explores the key elements of the Satyananda Yoga tradition and it provides an understanding of yogic concepts and practices that can be applied in daily life.
This course outlines the philosophical systems of yoga – Tantra, Samkhya and Vedanta – and how these are applied in the Satyananda system of Yoga. It includes studying Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and the Chakra System in theory and practice.