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, meditative chanting of mantras and an easy-to-follow lecture on yoga philosophy or psychology. Satsang is the gateway to inner peace and new horizons.
Dates and Times Every Wednesday 8pm / Friday 7.30pm / Saturday and Sunday 6pm & Bank Holidays at 6pm (no Satsang Christmas Day Dec 25)
Free of charge and Open to all
Please note that Satsang days and times may vary according to the Centre programme.
See the calendar below for special Satsangs and call the Centre for more information
Special Satsangs Calendar:
Saturday 12 Julyat 8pm
On this full moon night, we pay hommage to the spiritual Masters who imparted their teachings to us.
Monday 14 July at 8pm
Mahasamadhi of Swami Sivananda
Celebration of the day when Swami Sivananda left his body and attained the highest level of consciousness.
Sunday 17 August at 6pm
Krishna Jayanti – the birthday of Lord Krishna
Krishna is one of the most widely revered divinities. Krishna is the symbol of universal love and joy.
Friday 29 August at 7.30pm
Ganesha Chaturthi – Lord Ganesha’s birthday
Ganesha is the aspect of the divine which, when invoked, can remove obstacles from our path and bestow success in all our undertakings.
Monday 8 Septemberat 8pm
Swami Sivananda’s Birthday Celebration
Swami Sivananda is a world-renowned sage and yogi and the inspiration behind the international Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres. A celebration with chanting and stories from the life of this great yoga master.