Special programme with Prem Sadasivananda

Includes a Satsang this evening 6:00 p.m. Sunday 29th April 

All are welcome!

  • Sunday full day: £60

  • Sunday satsang only: Suggested donation £18 (or whatever you can afford on the door)


About Prem Sadasivananda

Prem Sadasivananda’s spiritual journey began in service as a sannyasin (monk) for 24 years in the Sivananda Organisation where he was the director of the New York City and London centers. He taught extensively in the Yoga Teacher Training and Advanced Yoga Teacher Training courses at Sivananda ashrams worldwide. He is the author of the Open Your Heart To Love, a spiritual inspirational book on love and several chanting CDs. He conducts regular teachings via webinars and live talks and lectures

Prem Sadasivananda is a scholar of vedantic philosophy, Hindu scripture and Sanskrit, and is well-known for his lively and humorous talks, his accessible teaching style and his
unique ability to bring the ancient yogic scriptures and texts to life in the modern world. He is a trained musician, his satsangs and kirtan (chanting) are uplifting, thought-provoking and inspiring. He is a direct and long-term disciple of Swami Vishnudevananda



Day 1 - Saturday 28th April

1:00 - 2:00 p.m.   Talk 1 - Nurturing Sensitivity in Modern Times

2:00 -3:30 p.m. Yoga class teacher TBC

3:30 - 4:00. Snack

4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Talk 2 - Discovering One's Strength—A Talk on the Teaching of the Bhagavad Gita

6:00. Satsang followed by a light vegan meal

Talk 1
Nurturing Sensitivity in Modern Times

We think that being sensitive means to be overly open and vulnerable. If so, is being sensitive really desirable? Yoga teaches us that sensitivity, used with wisdom, is the essence of spiritual awakening. It is the art of cultivating one of the most beautiful and delicate flowers of our heart.
Come and discover its true meaning and how to develop a sensitivity that is both healthy and profound. The talk will change the way you view your relationship with life

Talk 2
Discovering One's Strength—A Talk on the Teaching of the Bhagavad Gita

The Bhagavad Gita is a perpetual source of inspiration and more… Our thoughts, actions and sadhana are guided and influenced by the Song of the Supreme. If you keep your mind submerged in the refreshing waters of the Gita, your life will find the answers to all your questions. And most importantly your desire to meet Him will well up in your heart.
Join Prem Sadasivananda in an exploration of this wonderful dialogue between Lord Krishna and Arjuna.



Satsang—The Quest for Happiness

There is nothing so inspiring, elevating and delightful as satsanga (sat-truth; sanga -company). By such company there dawns the knowledge of the essential nature of who we are. Sivananda

Happiness is everybody’s birthright and the very essence of our being. Everything we do, every step we make, we do in the hope to be happy. Yet our search is based on illusory notions and the happiness quickly fades. Is happiness the same as having, owning or achieving? Come for an enjoyable and inspirational talk on how to find true happiness.

Satsang includes group meditation and chanting, it is an opportunity to delve deeper into your spiritual practice 




Day 2 - Sunday 29th April

2:00 -3:30 p.m. Yoga class teacher TBC

3:30 - 4:00. Snack

4:00 - 5:30 p.m. Talk - You Are the Architect of Your Destiny

6:00. Satsang followed by a light vegan meal

You Are the Architect of Your Destiny

The true gift and power of life are discovered in learning how to harness the power of our thoughts. Our deepest thoughts and our most cherished ideas mould each and every moment of our day. There is nothing that we cannot accomplish if we were to
employ this power wisely. Based on the teachings of yoga and Vedanta philosophy. Prem Sadasivananda will share his insights into how this magical process of transformation can take place.

Satsang: Stories that heal

Through spiritual stories we can effortlessly imbibe the philosophical ideas and teachings.  Such stories have power to open our hearts and heal our minds. Listen to spell-binding stories told with humour and great love by Prem Sadasivananda



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