14th – 22nd December 2020

“The invincibility of the laws of Karma forms the cornerstone of many Eastern philosophical systems especially the Vedic systems. Karma yoga or yoga of karma affords the individuals to understand and follow the laws of karma for happiness and betterment. In the 18 chapters of Bhagavad Gita, the Lord advises Arjuna, a distraught common man, about everything one should know to understand the intricacies of karma and act wisely. The 18 chapters are traditionally divided into three sections, each of 6 chapters, as Karma Yoga (yoga of action), Bhakti yoga (yoga of devotion to the Supreme) and Jnana yoga (yoga of wisdom). In this program the Karma yoga portion will be gone through verse by verse. Even though this was written several centuries back, for many, the teachings resonate admirably even today as thousands read this great book. Sri Krishnamacharya taught this text in detail to some of his long-standing yoga students”.
Srivatsa Ramaswami

Hello everyone

I hope that you, your family and friends are all well and bearing up under the strain of the ongoing global pandemic.

We have some exciting news to share which many of you may be happy to hear!

Following his very successful and popular online Yoga Sutras of Patanjali programme which we at Ananta Yoga & Ayurveda were honoured to host on his behalf in August this year – Srivatsa Ramaswami will be offering another online programme this December which we once more are delighted to be hosting from Ireland.

We can’t think of a better way to run up to Christmas in the middle of pandemic than in the company of our most revered and wise teacher as he delivers an in depth study of the first six chapters of one of the most well known and loved epic yoga texts of our time – The Bhagavad Gita. The first six chapters explore Karma Yoga. Ramasawami was taught this ancient text directly by his Guru – Krishnamacharya.

“The Bhagavad Gita is perhaps the most important text in India. It contains the three important vedic, freedom philosophies —samkhya, different shades of yoga and vedanta all rolled into one. It was given to a non philosopher at a poignant time of enormous crisis. These darshanas become more meaningful during crisis time like covid time”.Srivatsa Ramaswami

This online programme will run Live via Zoom from Monday 14th December – Tuesday 22nd December (8 days in total – PLEASE NOTE – No session on Sunday 20th December).

There will be 8 sessions as above of 2.5 hours each day (20 hours in total)

Sessions will run daily from 4.00pm – 6.30pm (IST) – This is 10.30am – 1.00pm Dublin Time

Please refer to Google using the reference time of 4.00pm – 6.30pm (IST) to find out what the correct times are for the sessions according to the country/region you live in.

The fee for the full programme is €295.

Recordings of the Live sessions will be available for a period of one month after the programme so those who can not join us live may avail of or review the course sessions at a time of day that suits. Recordings will be sent daily following each session. It is not permitted by Sri Ramaswami to download the recordings.

A copy of text transliteration of The Bhagavad Gita will be required for all participants. We will recommend which one Ramaswami suggests upon booking/enquiry if you do not have a copy already.

Bookings – Please register your interest via email to Liz Richards at anantayogaevents@gmail.com as soon as possible so we can make plans for the programme.

Limited spaces are available on this course. Details of payment methods will be available upon booking along with final dates for registration and payment to participate in the programme.

We really hope that you can join us and together we will round up 2020 which has been such a difficult and challenging year for the human race – with some rich and in depth study of this timeless text under the guidance of our much loved and respected teacher Srivatsa Ramaswami.

We hope and pray that 2021 will be brighter and that Ramaswami will be able to come to Ireland and teach us as planned in August 2021.

With love and best wishes

Liz Richards

Ananta Yoga & Ayurveda Wicklow