Centre Activities

Centre Activities

'A Holistic Approach to Yoga'

Yoga Classes

General Classes
General daily yoga classes are for beginners and more experienced yoga students. Our classes focus on the importance of the breath and include some time for total relaxation. See yoga classes, schedule and fees

Gentle Yoga
The Gentle Yoga classes are ideal for people who want to start yoga later in life or for seniors. During these classes, gentle yoga stretches, breathing and relaxation are practiced.

Yoga Therapy
Yoga Therapy sessions are one-on-one sessions with a qualified Yoga Therapy Teacher. They help the students to create balance on all levels of being. It is also for students who want to work seriously in developing their own yoga practice.


The Following Modalities are Inter-Related to Yoga



Meditation is one of the most natural and yet profoundly rewarding of all human activities. Practiced on a daily basis it produces astonishing results on all levels of being: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Go here to learn more about our Meditation Courses.

Meditation is not a practice to achieve blank space or blank thought by blocking, suppressing and neglecting our concerns. It is the feeling of happiness, fulfillment, contentment and peace within when we close our eyes and integrate our body, mind and spirit. Meditation is - directing your consciousness inward - to find the source of all life's manifestations.

At Ananda Sanga, we teach beginners and more advanced meditation courses. Go here for online Meditation Courses orĀ  attendĀ  our Meditation trainings here.

Ayurveda - The Science of Life

What is Ayurveda? Ayurveda is a system of healing which evolved on the Indian subcontinent some 5000 years ago. It was established by the same great ancient sages who produced India's original systems of meditation, yoga and astrology. Ayurveda has both a spiritual and a practical basis, and according to this system of health care, we need balance and harmony in all three aspects of our lives, body, mind and spirit.

Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word which derives its meaning from two roots - Ayur meaning life or daily living and Veda meaning knowledge or science. Ayurveda was first recorded in the Vedas, the world's oldest extant literature. It emphasis that all beings come out of nature, that we are an integral part of a whole universe and therefore have a responsibility to our source. We are a microcosm, of the universal macrocosm. Therefore we need to live in ways that respect and honour our bodies and our environment to maintain health and well-being.

We offer a variety of Ayurveda courses - online and in person. Contact us for more info or go here to see our online courses.