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Satyananda Yoga Centre Birmingham is a Home Teaching Centre, located three miles from the City Centre. It was founded under the guidance of Swami Satyamurti Saraswati and is affiliated with IYFM, with the blessings of Paramahamsa Satyananda. The main focus of the Centre is the provision of a wide range of weekly yoga classes in Birmingham and throughout the surrounding West Midlands area.

> Complete list of Beginners' yoga classes

The Centre has a yoga practice room, a garden which affords the opportunity for karma yoga and relaxation during residential programmes, a lending library and a sales area offering all Bihar School of Yoga books, plus tapes, malas & lotas. Satyananda Yoga Centre Birmingham UK is a Not-For-Profit organisation.

.:  More about the centre  .:  Aims & objectives  .:  What is Satyananda Yoga?

amount raisedsupported-charities 2015In 2015, SYC Birmingham will be raising funds through its sponsored and seva activities and thus supporting three local charities.

Your engagement and donations are invited.
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On the sunny morning of Sunday 21 June, a small and select band of yogis performed 232 rounds of Surya Namaskar in the garden at SYC. That three of the participants were aged 74 is perhaps the most remarkable statistic to report, one of them practising 108 rounds. Congratulations to you all, collectively £1,110 was raised to add to our 2015 charitable collection!

Yoga Classes

We continue to provide classes at different levels at various locations across the West Midlands.

We normally ask that students who are new to Satyananda Yoga join a beginners’ class for a short time at least, in order to learn the fundamentals of this system before progressing to more challenging courses.


Presently, there are
BEGINNERS CLASSES
in:


Birmingham, Kings Heath

at Satyananda Yoga Centre
> Directions

  • Tuesday evenings 7.30 – 9pm
    »
    contact Swami Satyaprakash 0121 444 5976 or 0788 181 7409 or
  • Wednesday afternoons 1.30 – 3pm
    »
    contact Margaret / Prem 0121 444 2590 or 0797 191 6727 or

Birmingham, Cotteridge

  • Wednesday evenings 6 – 7.30pm
    » contact Sue on 07719 278192 or

Birmingham, Hall Green

  • Monday evenings 8 – 9.30pm
    » contact Bernadett on 07800 571472 or

Sutton Coldfield

  • Tuesday evenings 7 – 8.30pm (Mixed ability class, beginners definitely welcome).
    » contact Abhaya Rupa on 07948 609890 or

Coventry, Binley

  • Sunday mornings 9 – 10.30am
    » contact Tulie Smith on 07811 277553 or
  • Tuesday evenings 6 – 7pm (mixed ability class, beginners always welcome)
    » contact Tulie Smith on 07811 277553 or

Coventry, Earlsdon

  • Tuesday lunchtimes 1 – 2.30pm (Beginners)
  • Tuesday evenings 7 – 8.30pm (Beginners)
  • Wednesday evenings 7 – 8.30pm (Beginners)
  • Friday mornings 6.45 – 8am (Beginners)
    » For all these Earlsdon classes contact Satyadhara on 07743376690
    or

Bromsgrove, Worcs

  • Monday evenings 7.30 – 9pm
    » contact Sandra 01527 835 642 or
  • Tuesday evenings 8 – 9.30pm
    » contact Sandra 01527 835 642 or
  • Wednesday afternoons 1 – 2.30pm
    » contact Jackie on 07766 652583 or
  • Wednesday evenings 8 – 9.30pm
    » contact Jackie on 07766 652583 or

PREGNANCY YOGA CLASSES
Spaces in these classes are limited, so please call to reserve a place:

  • in Coventry with Tulie, 07811 277553 or
    (Ladies from 15 weeks only, one-to-one classes)

If you don’t find a class convenient to you amongst these, please also take a look at our Teachers page.

Photo Gallery

We now have photos hosted on a new website. If you would like to contribute photos from any Satyananda Yoga event, please email photos@syclondon.com

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Special Events

Mantra & Kirtan is held on the first Friday of each month except August (see below).


> Printable calendar of events June - September 2015 (pdf)

Introduction to Ayurveda

Saturday 12 September

With Swami Satyaprakash

Ayurveda (ayur means life, veda means science or knowledge) is an ancient system of healing, a sister science to Yoga, that lures us onto another journey of self-discovery. Ayurvedic principles show us how we can make life-enhancing choices in every aspect of life, be it sleep, food, exercise or recreation. This program is designed primarily for yoga practitioners who wish to complement their knowledge, although others may also find it valuable.

10am – 4.30pm at the Friends Meeting House, Northfield, Birmingham. Cost: £30

Full details (pdf)»
Booking form (doc)»

Satyananda Yoga UK is delighted to offer another short Training Course for Yoga Teachers in

YOGA NIDRA

September 2016
– March 2017

This course will comprise six one-day programs with daily Home Practice and weekly Home Study in the periods between the day programs, which will be held in Birmingham.

The course will be led by Swami Satyaprakash, Director of the Satyananda Yoga Centre in Birmingham, assisted by Sannyasi Atmamantra of Totnes.

The course is designed primarily for qualified Yoga Teachers. Experienced students of Satyananda Yoga who wish to explore in depth the theory and practice of Yoga Nidra and share the benefits with clients in their professional work may also apply.


Full course information (PDF)»
Application form (PDF)»


Antar Mouna

Exeter

January – June 2016

An introduction to meditation in the tradition of Satyananda Yoga

Antar Mouna empowers us to:

» Better manage our thoughts, emotions, memories, desires and attitudes.
» Manage and prevent anxiety and depression.
» Clean the mind of old toxic thought patterns.
» Develop innate resilience and self-confidence.

5 x 1 day seminars each lasting from 10 am to 5pm and home practice. Cost: £310

Full details & booking form (pdf)»

 

Mahamrityunjaya Mantra

Come and join us in powerful mantra chanting and sometimes joyful singing, on the first Friday of each month, except August.

If the first Friday in the month falls close to a Public Holiday, you may wish to check by calling Prem on 0121 444 2590 beforehand.

NB: the next chanting of the Mahamrityunjaya Mantra will take place on 11th September instead of 4th.


At 6.30 pm, we focus on suffering Beings everywhere, naming those we particularly wish to remember, and together we chant Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, an ancient & powerful mantra for the relief of all suffering.

From 7.30 pm, we sometimes sing Kirtan together - joyful and heartfelt chants sung in unison or as ‘call and response’ invoking a deep sense of connectedness with our true nature.

Everyone is welcome to join us for either or both of these practices!

download article "Yoga, mantra and the power of prayer"»

 


Satyananda Yoga Centre
38 Gaddesby Road
Kings Heath
Birmingham B14 7EX

Phone/Fax .: +44 (0)121 444 5976

 

We are aware of and are following the process of the Royal Commission enquiry in Australia. Read more»


Thich Nhat Hanh speaks with great wisdom

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Paramahamsa Swami Satyananda, founder of the Bihar School of Yoga and Satyananda Yoga worldwide, left the body in December 2009 and attained Mahasamadhi. He left the mission in the hands of two extraordinary successors, Paramahamsa Swami Niranjanananda and Paramahamsa Swami Satyasangananda.


ADVANCE NOTICE
for your Diary
2016:

ASHRAM EXPERIENCE

Friday 6 - Sunday 8 May

A Weekend in the beautiful countryside of South Wales at the Mandala Yoga Ashram, programme to be given by Swami Satyaprakash and opportunity to participate in Ashram activities.

~ May good health, happiness, peace and prosperity be unto everyone ~

Swami Satyananda said, “If you want to befriend your mind, treat the whole world as your family and reach out to as many people as you can.”

Sivananda Math, the charitable arm of Bihar School of Yoga / International Yoga Fellowship Movement»


New in the Shop

SYS CDs

There is no music on these CDs by Chris Noon and Hannah Penn, just Yoga practices: • Tools for Relaxation • Finding Stillness & Silence • Unwind and Recharge • Yoga for Pregnancy • Vitality & Strength


Yogadrishti

A selection from the Yogadrishti (Yogavision) series of satsangs, consisting of discourses given by Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati in Munger as part of the new phase of sannyasa life that he has embarked upon since 2009.