Course types in Yoga and Meditation
We offer courses in Yoga and Meditation taught in English in the city centre in Købmagergade 65, close to the Round Tower. Each class is composed as a harmonious sequence of different techniques. You will learn physical yoga exercises, breathing exercises, deep relaxation, concentration and meditation techniques.
Vasistha Jyoti from Scotland is teaching the English Yoga and Meditation classes.
We are also offering courses in pregnancy yoga. These will be taught by experienced teachers; the classes will be more towards the poses and exercises that can support the changes and challenges relating to pregnancy.
There are often free introductions before the beginning of a new course.
Read more about the yoga disciplines.
In 2019 there will be a comprehensive meditation course with Swami Janakananda, from 3 – 20 June. Read more here.
In southern Sweden, at Håå International Retreat Center, two hours drive from Copenhagen, all courses are taught in English – we have weekend and five-days retreats, longer retreats from 10-14 days retreats to the annual Three Month Sadhana Course, where, among other meditations and yoga methods, you learn the Kriya Yoga meditation.
Swami Janakananda, the founder of Scandinavian Yoga and Meditation School, holds Satsang (talks on yoga and meditation) and guides a meditation. Next Satsang is 14 June at 20.15. You can also participate in Kirtan the same evening at 19.00 to 20.00.
Sing yourself to a state full of energy, peace, wellbeing and joy through meditative mantra singing.
Give your mind a break.
On this web site – click on the English flag in the top right corner – or go straight to the ‘Reading Room’ here. You will find introductory and deep going articles on yoga, meditation, research, the tantric tradition with sources of yoga and art etc.
In our shop we have the book Yoga, Tantra and Meditation in Daily Life by Swami Janakananda, and Yoga Nidra, guided deep relaxation on CD. When you see the page ‘bestilling’ choose language by clicking on the arrow next to ‘sprog’