Kriyayoga Scientist, Swami Shree Yogi Satyam of India, a world renowned Master of Kriyayoga Science, will visit Melbourne this March/April 2012.
Founder and President of Kriyayoga Research Institute, Allahabad, in India, as well as the spiritual head of the Yoga Fellowship in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (North American centre for Kriyayoga), Yogi Satyam is a graduate biologist and a former medical student who has devoted his life to the science of Kriyayoga Meditation . He has developed an extremely simple and effective scientific approach to Kriyayoga, allowing one to quickly solve all problems of life, and to achieve complete wellness of body, mind, and spirit.
Yogi Satyam's ultimate goal is to make this science easily accessible for all. The science of Kriyayoga Meditation is a practical, timeless and creedless spiritual science originating from ancient India. Kriyayoga Meditation is a holistic practice that has the power to transform and to heal all in-harmonies of body, mind and spirit, and brings us to the realisation of our infinite potential within.
Swamiji has already taught this ancient science to many people all over the world. There are no barriers preventing anyone from learning, practising and benefiting from Kriyayoga Meditation. It is simple to learn, and can be easily integrated into daily life.
Each year, many people from around the world visit the Kriya yoga Research Institute in Allahabad. Each of them arrives seeking something different, yet they all return home with much more than they ever anticipated--a deeper, true sense of their life purpose.
The government of India has awarded Yogi Satyam with several government initiatives such as the Teachers Training Program for all school teachers in Uttar Pradesh, India, rehabilitation programs for prison inmates, and learning and development programs for students of all grades and different learning institutions throughout India.
If inner-calm is something you've been searching for, come and experience these free classes, given from the world renown Yogi Satyam.
Dates: Everyday from 31st March - 8th April 2012
Time: Daily Class 1 (morning) : 6.30 AM to 7.30 AM
Note: Please wear comfortable clothing. Bring a blanket/pillow for sitting (chairs also available). Bring a notebook and pen.
Attend a minimum of 3 consecutive days of classes in order to grasp an understanding of Kriyayoga Science.
For further information and to register, contact Asha or Vipin Dube on (03) 88028610 or email to email@example.com .