Traditional Yoga

Shrimath predominantly follows Yoga as expounded by the 'saraswati' tradition, one of the 10 traditions established by the great advaitin Sri Adisankara. We draw inspiration from the Acharyas of the Sringeri & Kanchi Peetams apart from Sri Ramakrishna Math, Divine Life Society & Bihar School of Yoga. Several Siddhas & Avadhutas continue to guide us.

What will you get?

How to Choose a Yoga School

Both, the decision to study Yoga and where to study are to be given equal importance. The place should be authentic & credible where Yoga should be way of life

Corporate Sessions
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Shrimath team is regularly invited to deliver practical application of Yoga in areas such as Mindfulness, Stress Management, Leadership, Lifestyle, Emotional Resilience & Creativity

Regular Practice
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Even after the course completion, the students of both online & residential modes are monitored & guided in their scheduled mandatory daily practice ranging from 21 to 90 days

Learn Yoga as a System
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Yogasana, Pranayama, Yoga Nidra, Antar Mouna, Mantra, Mudra, Kriya, Anatomy & sessions on Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad Gita and inputs from Veda & Tantra are shared in every course

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The Uniqueness of Shrimath

Every course student / program participant

  1. interacts, learns and shares lessons with rural school kids

  2. participates in farming activities & sows seeds for future!

  3. may get an opportunity to work at the kitchen

  4. gets the option to undertake the pilgrimage to Arunachala, the abode of Mahan Seshadri, Bhagawan Ramana, Yogi Ramsuratkumar as well as other living Siddhas & Yogis

  5. learns to integrate Yogic principles in their family & profession without compromising on their ambitions and pleasures of life

 

At Shrimath, Yoga is realized as a way of life!

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Farina Pakulat (Germany)

I can only recommend Shrimath Yoga to anyone looking for a genuinely inspiring yoga course off the beaten track. I came to Shrimath because I was looking for change in my life. I was specifically searching for a place where true knowledge was passed on to a small circle of people, not for the sake of profit or fame but simply for the joy of sharing…

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