Srimad Bhagavatam is one of the most inspiring devotional scriptures of ancient India. It presents the highest Vedanta philosophy along with the experience of the full range of devotion and surrender to the Divine. This scripture offers tremendous support during the great challenges of life through the power of resting in God.
Join us every weekday morning at 6:30am (Eastern Time) in an ongoing study session series. Videos of past sessions are also available online at the link above.
Please see schedule below (Eastern Time Zone) and join us using the above button to connect to the meeting. Any changes to be announced in this space and by email newsletter. Sign Up for our email newsletter and stay connected and in tune with the Sivananda community.
Director of the Sivananda Ashram Yoga Ranch and Acharya (senior teacher) in the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers organization, Srinivasan has dedicated his life to the propagation of the classical teachings of Yoga. An internationally recognized teacher of Raja Yoga and Hatha Yoga, Srinivasan served and studied with his guru and Yoga master, Swami Vishnudevananda, and now teaches around the world, continuing to carry the teachings as a direct disciple. As acharya, Srinivasan leads our team of teachers, conducts morning satsangs at the ashram, and leads workshops on various aspects of yoga philosophy and practice. He also leads the ashram’s move toward Earth Care and sustainability, finding an effortless union between Permaculture and Yoga. He is a knowledgable and compassionate teacher whose life mission is empowering all with the peace and wisdom of Yoga.
The Ranch's Daily Schedule
6:00amSatsang or Silent Walk
8:00amHatha Yoga Class
12:00pmAfternoon Program& Free Time
4:00pmHatha Yoga Class
Satsang & Yoga Classes
Satsang consists of a 30-minute silent meditation, followed by 30 minutes of spiritual chanting (kirtan), and finishes with 30 minutes of spiritual lecture.
Daily attendance at both Satsangs and Hatha Yoga Classes is encouraged for your health and well-being and to maintain the proper rhythm and atmosphere of the ashram community.