About Yoganga

Namaste

Mataji by samadhi temple

om namo narayan

Om Shanti Santosh

About the Ashram

Sri Santosh Puri Ashram is a Spiritual Oasis, away from the distracting world of desires. Rediscover the forgotten ways of the art of living in yoga, Ayurveda, the holy Vedic scriptures, leading to transformation from limitation and bondage into the bliss of liberation.

The family of Santosh Puri live and breathe yoga, and have dedicated their lives to showing others how to do the same. The sound of the 4am conch begins the day with the beauty of bhakti yoga through morning Aarati. And as the sun radiates over the Himalayas and the Ganges softly flows by, you loose yourself in the day and the practice of yoga in all it’s forms; Asana classes, meditation, seva,  philosophical teachings and studies.

Aspirants can come for any of the formal courses offered year-round, or for an individualized time, just to participate in Ashram life of Arti-Puja, Asana,  Meditation,  Kirtan chanting and Karma yoga.

Yoganga can be seen and interpreted in many ways.
Yoganga is made up of two words; yoga and anga, meaning yoga limbs.
It can also be broken down as Yoga and Ganga.The ancient Indian tradition along the holy river Ganges, unifying the yogi with the river of purity and it’s understanding. This was the direct experience of our beloved masters Babaji and Mataji, in the 1960′s. The unification of the East and the West.

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