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On the occasion of the second International Day of Yoga we offer our good wishes to all those who have been inspired by the tradition and the teachings of yoga. It is a day to honour the ancient science of yoga, a science of transformation and spiritual evolution perfected and handed down by the ancient sages and seers of humanity over the ages – our real spiritual heritage.

All ashram programs SPRING/SUMMER 2015

Selection of upcoming Programs:

5th - 6th of every month

5th - 6th of every month

5th - 6th of every month

Guru-Bhakti is the magic wand in the hands of the disciple to cross the ocean…

Satyananda Yoga Instructors Course

Satyananda Yoga Instructors Course

Saturday 9nth July - Wednesday 10nth August 2016

Duration The seminar lasts 33 days and accommodation is provided in the ashram. It includes…



August 15th 2016

DEVI’S DAY – AUGUST 15TH 2016 This day is dedicated to Devi. Devi is a…

Tattwa Shuddhi

Tattwa Shuddhi

Monday 29 - Wednesday 31, August 2016


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International Day of Yoga

Swami Niranjanananda

Today is a historic day for today the world has adopted a vidya, a lifestyle and a culture from India which is the most precious foundation of this land. 'International Day of Yoga' is being celebrated for the first time in the world today.

Serve, Love, Give - An Awareness

Swami Satyasangananda

Rikhiapeeth is a Hridayapeeth, a place of the heart. We are actually situated in the place where Sati's heart fell, so we are in a Hridayapeeth as well as a Shaktipeeth.

Purpose of Education

Swami Satyananda

Education has two purposes. The first is to equip you with qualifications so you can earn a living in agriculture, commerce or technology. You receive instruction about the outside world. The second purpose is to impart knowledge about the inner world.

Research on Yoga in Education

Swami Yogabhakti Saraswati (Micheline Flak)

Under the inspiration of Swami Satyananda Saraswati and her own experience as a yoga teacher and English teacher in a French secondary high school in Paris, Swami Yogabhakti Saraswati (Micheline Flak), has created an association called RYE

Yoga, Karma and Destiny

Swami Sivamurti

What is karma and does it determine one’s destiny? Most people now have heard of the Sanskrit word karma. It is used quite freely.


Swami Sivamurti

Tenacity is that which enables us to keep on going no matter what. Like in Rudyard Kipling’s poem ‘If’:


Swami Sivamurti

Respect everybody. Bow with folded hands before all. Do not talk in a loud voice before elders and venerable persons. See the Lord in all and feel that you are his servant, and so, the servant of all. Consider none as inferior to you.


Swami Sivamurti

Adaptability is the 6th ITY of Swami Sivananda’s 18 ITIES. These eighteen ITIES are otherwise known as positive qualities or virtues. The practice of these qualities leads the aspirant towards living a divine life.

Training of the Mind

Swami Sivananda

Divine Life Society Publication: Divine Life – Value System by Sri Swami Sivananda

Satyananda Μath: Little Miracles – Helping Those in Need

Sannyasin Poornamurti

I had just came back from distributing meals to those who are less privileged in my city.

What is the Purpose of Yoga?

Swami Niranjanananda

'Purpose of Yoga is Positivity in Life' : If there are two piles, one of 'Gold' and one of 'Dirt', which one will You choose?

When the Mind is restless what yoga practices are recommended?

Swami Niranjanananda

For immediate relief from the restless mind, the practices of Pranayama are very beneficial and they are advised. It is not necessary, if your mind becomes disturbed at the market, to sit down right there and start closing your nose.

The Wonderful Story of Yoga

Swami Yoga Gyana

When we were in Satyanandashram Paiania in May 2014, we spoke about many things and the conversation moved into our first ever experiences in the ashram. Many people spoke about how they felt the first time they visited this special place.

Pathways to the Ashram

Swami Aparokshananda and Swami Kevalyananda

The definition of the word ‘ashram’ or ‘ashrama’ can be understood from its etymology. It is derived primarily from the Sanskrit word shrama which means ‘effort’. ‘Ashram’ is also related to the word ashaya which means ‘refuge’ or ‘retreat’.

How to face defeat and victory with equanimity?

Swami Sivamurti

Equanimity is being even tempered, even in extreme situations. It is being balanced in heat and cold, in happiness and suffering. One who travels the path with clarity, who is not influenced by opposites and is not ruffled, is a balanced person.


Swami Sivamurti

Fixity is the 5th ITY of Swami Sivananda’s 18 ITIES. These eighteen ITIES are otherwise known as positive qualities or virtues. The practice of these qualities leads the aspirant towards living a divine life.

Rediscovering Yoga

Swami Satsangi

In the Ramacharitamanas, in Sundarkand, there is a very special moment when Jamavant reminds Hanuman of his greatness. Hanuman has been sent by Rama to search for Sita, who has been kidnapped by Ravana.

Yoga & Health - Overcoming Breast Cancer

Sannyasin Amritmurti

Yoga and HealthSatyananda Math and Yoga Women's Group Salonica in collaboration with Alma Zois (Breast cancer Society) 





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Satyanandashram Hellas:

1. Ashram Paiania, PO Box 22, 19002 Paiania, Greece, tel: +30 210 6644189, 210 6028531, fax: +30 210 6644048, email:
2. Satyananda Yoga Meditation Centre Paiania, Diadochou Konstantinou 32, 19002 Paiania, tel: +30 210 6641545, email:
3. Satyananda Yoga Meditation Centre Athens, Agiou Dimitriou 26, 10554 Psiri, Athens, tel: +30 210 3311178, email:
4. Satyananda Yoga Meditation Centre Thessaloniki, Proxenou Koromila 1, 54624 Thessaloniki, tel: +30 2310 283109, fax: +30 2310 229574, email:

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