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Yogaville Satchidananda Ashram
Yogaville is a vibrant spiritual community built on the precepts of Integral Yoga as taught by Sri Swami Satchidananda. Blending the power of the various branches of Yoga into one complete practice, Integral Yogaâ€™s holistic and gentle approach brings benefit to many aspects of oneâ€™s life.
Our mission is to practice, live, and impart the Integral Yoga teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda, to experience Supreme Peace and Joy, and to share that with one and all. The Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville community is diverse and spiritually rich, fostering the simple and powerful teachings of Yoga. Take some time and get to know us better, explore the Integral Yoga Teachings articles, join us for weekly satsang live in person or via livestream online, enjoy inspiring video teachings on YouTube, dive deeply into study through the many books and DVDâ€™s offered to help you on the way. We gratefully and joyfully offer inspiring yoga workshops and retreats and yoga teacher training all year long, sharing the natural beauty and serenity of the ashram environment. Our goal is to share the transformational teachings of Integral Yoga with one and all. We hope to see you here.
- Our mission is to practice, live, and impart
- the Integral Yoga teachings of Sri Swami Satchidananda,
- to experience Supreme Peace and Joy,
- and to share that Peace and Joy with one and all.
Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville was founded by Sri Swami Satchidananda (Sri Gurudev), an esteemed spiritual leader whose message of peace has been heard around the globe. Honored with the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, Sri Gurudev dedicated his life to the cause of peace â€“ both individual and universal â€“ and to religious harmony among all people. His teachings are the Ashramâ€™s guiding principles.
Swami Satchidananda received many honors for his public service including, the Albert Schweitzer Humanitarian Award, the Juliet Hollister Interfaith Award and the U Thant Peace Award. In 1999, the 50th anniversary of his ministerial ordination was commemorated during the interfaith service prior to the opening of the 54th General Assembly of the United Nations. Swami Satchidananda dedicated his life to the cause of peace â€“ both individual and universal â€“ and to unity and harmony among all people.