Welcome to Swamiji Yoga....

A direct descendant and a disciple of sage Gautama, one of the seven greatest sages (saptarishi),founder of the Nyaya philosophy (one of the six ancient Indian philosophies) and discoverer of many Vedic mantras Swamiji all his life has dived deep in ancient Indian thought and means of liberation (moksha).

With Rev Swami Satyananda of Bihar School of Yoga as his yoga guru, the integrated and unique style of yoga where Soul is the goal, that Swamiji practices and shares has transformed many lives from all around the world. He has not only blended traditional yoga from both ancient branches of Vivekaja (Pantanjali’s Yogasutra) and Yogaja (Tantra) but also the upasana (meditative practices) of ancient Indian sages, particularly of Gautama and his direct disciples.

Under Pushkar Meditation Temple with a gurukul (yoga school) in holy Pushkar and a summer campus in the Himalayas Swamiji has trained hundreds of students from more than 70 countries eligible to register with Yoga Alliance (USA) as yoga teachers entitled to practice anywhere in the world and serious spiritual seekers.

  • Shiva Parthiva Pujan in Shravan (Ritualistic meditation started by Gautama in the holy month of Shravan (July/August) in a holy place
  • Ahalya Sadhana (experiencing the inherent qualities of Soul - a one month spiritual journey for women self-realization in the Himalayas in June)

Swamiji's Sukh Sutras

Upcoming courses in India:

1) RYT200 Hath/Raja Yoga Teacher Training with Swamiji in Pushkar

a) Date: 1st March to 21st March, 2023 (From September 2020 to March 2021 every month from 1st to 21st )

2) RYT200 Hath/Raja Yoga Teacher Training with Swamiji in Himalayas

a) Date: 1st April to 21st April 2023 and from 1st May to 21st May 2023
b) Location in Himalayas: PMT Summer Campus, Mystic Mountain, Jageshwar, Dist: Almora Uttarakhand, India – 263623

One Week Therapeutic Application of Yoga (TAY) Immersion with Swamiji in Himalayas 23rd April to 29th April, 2023

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How to apply?

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Courses we offer

Seminars, courses and workshops on meditation, personal development are available in countries across the world.

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What’s the course about?
In ancient Indian yogic tradition there were broadly two paths to spiritual realization – Vivekaja marg (the path of distinction and discrimination) and Yogaja marg (the path of union and integration). Patanjali and all yoga styles based on Yogasutra followed the Vivekaja marg in which first the Purusha or Atma (Self) is separated from the Prakriti (matter) and then the Atma (individual soul) united with Parmatma (Universal Soul). Tantra yoga known as Shaivagama (Shaivaism) has adopted the Yogaja marg in which there are 112 kinds of yoga which are called Dharana which if practiced correctly bring about the integration of individual soul (anu) with Universal Soul (Bhairava or Shiva). Tantra yoga also helps the realization of the universe (nature) as the expression of Shiva’s play or Shakti (spiritual energy). The course is comprehensive and entirely based on scriptures. It covers all important aspects of the Shaiva system of philosophy and yoga, the philosophical background of the Shiva-Sutras: Ultimate Reality, Manifestation, Bondage, liberation and Upayas for liberation – Shambhavopaya, Shaktopaya and Anavopaya. The course with equal emphasis on practice and theory helps serious aspirants achieve the ultimate goal of identification with Bhairava, the undifferentiated universal consciousness.
Who is eligible to join the course?
All those who have done RYT200 Yoga Teacher Training recognized by Yoga Alliance are eligible.
What certificate do we get?
On successful completion of the course you are certified as RYT300/500 Yoga Teacher jointly by Pushkar Meditation temple and the Yoga Alliance, USA that enables you to teach Tantra Yoga anywhere in the world.
What is the duration and schedule?
The course will be completed in 52 weeks. Four days in a week 90 minute each class alternated between theory and practice. A break for Christmas and New Year can be mutually agreed upon and the course extended accordingly. All session will be recorded and will be available on request. Students will be required to maintain minimum 80% attendance. The course is being conveniently timed for different time zones. For those in Europe/UK the 90 minute class runs from morning 8 to 9:30 (CET) on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Is there a limit to number of students in the class/batch?
Yes, there will be no more than 10 students in a class.
What is the medium of instruction?
How much is the fee?
The fee is only 100 euros/120 USD a month for 12 months or 1000 euros/1200 USD for the entire course payable in advance.
What is the syllabus?
The syllabus has two distinct parts with equal emphasis on theory and practice. Part 1 covers Vivekaja and Yogaja Paths to Self-Realization • Approach to Chit (consciousness) • Tantra – definitions, scope and distortions • Introduction to Kashmir Shaivaism • Upaya or mean of communion with Bhairava: Anupaya, Shambhavopaya, Shaktopaya and Anavopaya • Traditional Yoga in Tantra • Non-formal Techniques • The ultimate goal – identification with Bhairava • Attributes of Bhairava • Five aspects of Bhairava • Process of Identification • Important avalamban/pratyay (bases) – Prana, Japa, Bhavana, Shunya, Experience of Vastness, Intensity of Experience, Mudra and Asanas • Kshobha, Vikalpa, Madhya Vikas and Shunya Shataka • Prana and its Shakti • Pranava, Hamsa and Kundalini • Eleven successive movements • Prakash and Vimarsh • 112 Dharanas or types of yoga to realize the Highest Reality Part 2 - Kundalini - What is Kundalini? • Physiology of Kundalini • Kundalini and the brain • Methods of Kundalini Awakening • Preparing for the Awakening • Diet for Kundalini Awakening • Risks and Precautions • Kundalini and Madness • Four forms of Awakening • The Decent of Kundalini • The Experience of Awakening The Path of Kriya Yoga Vama Marg and Kundalini Awakening The Chakras • Introduction to Chakras • Evolution through the Chakras • Ajna Chakra • Mooladhara chakra • Swadhisthana Chakra • Manipura Chakra • Anahata Chakra • Vishuddhi Chakra • Bindu • Sahasrara and Samadhi Kundalini Yoga Practice • Rules and Preparation • Asana (postures) • Chakra Sadhana course • Practices for Ajna Chakra • Practices for Mooladhara Chankra • Practices for Swadhisthan Chakra • Practices for Manipura Chakra • Practices for Anahata Chakra • Practices for Vishuddhi Chakra • Practices for Bindu • Practices for Integrated Chakra Awareness • Individual Sadhana Program • Kundalini Kriyas of Kriya Yoga • The Kriya Yoga Practices Kundalini Research • Introduction • Kundalini, Fact not Fiction • Defining the Nadis • Controlling the Nadis and Brain • Evidence for the Existence of Nadis • Neurophysiology of Chakras • Evidence for the Existence of Chakras • The Cosmic Trigger • Cross-Culture Evidence • Analysis of Chakras from psychophysiological Viewpoint