upcoming public programmes


Yoga is insurance. It's the best insurance you can have.

 

 

Insurance against health problems.

 

Yoga increases immunity, builds strength and resilience, increases your lung capacity, and has may other physical benefits.

 

Insurance against anxiety and depression.

 

You can't control all the external situations. No-one can promise you that you aren't going to face further losses. But if you are stable and balanced, you will always be part of the solution, never part of the problem. 

 

Insurance for those you love

 

Especially if you have a family to take care of, it's vital that you are functioning at your best.

 

Investing time and money in yourself, learning Yoga, is not selfish. The best way to support everyone around you is to first of all ensure that you are bright, energetic and emotionally strong.

 

Whatever the problem, Yoga has a dimension to support you. I know this from my own Yoga practice, and I've heard it so many times from my participants. 

Making authentic Yoga accessible to all

If you have lost your job or your savings, you need support more than ever.

 

As a mark of my commitment to your wellbeing, I'm, opening the autumn programmes to all, to contribute whatever you can afford.

 

 

 

 As always, once you have attended a programme you can volunteer to support a future programme. There is always a way to give back, even if it's not monetary.

Explore the programmes

Nirvana Shatakam

Mantra (for both English and French speakers)

Friday September 24th: 7-8.30pm

(Offer: 25 chf)

Bhuta Shuddhi (English)

Saturday September 25th: 10-11.45am

(Investment: 175 chf waged, 100 chf unwaged)

Angamardana (English)

Saturday September 25th: 12.15-2.30pm and 7-8.30pm

Sunday September 26th: 8.30-10am and 3-6pm (possible finish 6.30pm)

It’s possible to attend sessions 1, 2 or 3 as stand-alone classes and learn part of Angamardana. The Sunday afternoon programme will be perfect for people who’ve already attended the programme and wish to master the practice.

(Value: 50 chf per hour. You can mention on the registration form the amount you are able to invest for this programme)

Surya Kriya Mastery session (English)

Saturday 25th September: 4.30-6.30pm

(Value: 50 chf per hour. You can mention on the registration form the amount you are able to invest for this programme)

Surya Kriya Programme

Saturday October 2nd: 9-11.30 and 4.30-7pm

Sunday October 3rd: 9-11.30 and 4.30-7pm

First timers need to attend ALL FOUR sessions to learn the practice.

People who are already practicing and wish to master Surya Kriya can attend session 4 only.

(Value: 50 chf per hour. You can mention on the registration form the amount you are able to invest for this programme)

Bhuta Shuddhi (French)

October 30th: 10am-11.45pm

(Investment: 175 chf waged, 100 chf unwaged)

Surya Shakti (French)

Saturday October 30th: 12.30-1.30pm and 6.30- 8pm

Sunday October 31st: 9-10.30am and 3.30-5.30pm

Participants should attend all 4 sessions unless they have learnt the preparatory asanas as part of Inner Engineering.

(Value: 50 chf per hour. You can mention on the registration form the amount you are able to invest for this programme)

Yoga for Children ages 8-12 (French)

November 13th

9am-12pm

Offer: 40 chf for 3 hours including snack

The practices

  • Stem from a scientific understanding of the human system: body, thoughts, emotions and energy
  • Include physical movements, conscious breathing techniques and meditation
  • Can boost the immune system, activate the neurological system and increase lung capacity
  • Can build clarity, flexibility and balance
  • Are simple and safe to learn
  • Are effective across age ranges
  • Are suitable for different levels of personal fitness
  • Each take only 5 to 25 minutes to do

The source

Considered among India’s 50 most influential people, Sadhguru is a sought-after speaker and advisor by leaders worldwide.  He is a frequent guest-speaker at the World Economic Forum, Davos and leading universities across the world. He last visited the United Nations, Geneva, in June 2019, where he had an in-depth conversation about global health, innovation, economy and inclusiveness with Dr. Soumya Swaminathan, Chief Scientist, WHO, and Mr. Francis Gurry, DG, WIPO. 

 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Sadhguru has been consulted by government ministers, university deans and business leaders as well as the healthcare sector. He is estimated to have touched the lives of 1 billion people worldwide.


"Yoga is about rising to a new level of balance and competence in all aspects of life."                  - Sadhguru

Participant Testimonial

“Yoga has been a wonderful, wonderful pillar for me to keep my strength, my open mind and my capacity to adapt and create in the changing circumstances.

 

I have become more aware of my response to situations, to people’s inputs and it is as if I could observe from a certain distance how I respond to requests, to pressure, to what is expected, and it is as if you are taking a step back and therefore you can respond with more clarity, with more efficient performance.

 

I can feel that I am getting a lot more satisfaction in what I am doing, with more creativity - finding solutions, where perhaps before one could only see a more problematic situation. So, in general, a lighter way of being.”

 

Francesca Toso, Senior Advisor, International Organization, Geneva

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Unless specifically mentioned, advance registration is required for all programmes.