OUR APPROACH

SCIENCE • LINEAGE • EXPERIENCE

Sri Sri School of Yoga Europe aims at providing a comprehensive and multidimensional yoga education. Guided by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, the programs offered are deeply rooted in ancient yogic science and give participants a unique experiential understanding of yoga in its purity.

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MOST WANTED PROGRAMS

200H YOGA TEACHER TRAINING

We offer comprehensive training encompassing deep understanding of asana, breathing/pranayama, meditation and yogic wisdom. Our online platform has absolutely everything you can think of and more!

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YOGA RETREAT ONLINE

Advanced yogic detox processes have a profound impact not only on the body level, but on the mind as well. This 4 full days yoga retreat will leave you rejuvenated and like new borns.

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LIVE WEEKLY MASTERCLASS

2 hours every week, we have an online live program with our expert Trainers – where practice meets knowledge and how to apply all this in daily life.

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STARTER PACK
RECORDED CLASSES

You love to move, you know it’s good for you – but it’s difficult to start! We have prepared a set of simple yet effective sessions that serve as an easy way for you to start moving.

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YOGA & AYURVEDA 

RECORDED CLASSES

A compilation of 7 yoga sequences videos with a range of difficulty levels, and 6 talks on the basics as well as yogic standpoint of Ayurveda.

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OUR INSTA FEED

🥰Have you ever noticed that if you are asked to be aware of your breath, you will immediately adjust it? 😊  💫The special thing is that our breathing is an unconscious process and that the body breathes for us when necessary. Sometimes, however, circumstances can disrupt the natural flow of breathing. For example, we can learn to breathe incorrectly. The inhalation and exhalation are reversed.💫  🌟A natural way of breathing 'looks' like this. There is a natural rest period, from this arises the need to inhale. At the end of the inhalation, another natural rest follows. From this arises the need to exhale. This is also followed by a natural - often short - rest break. The breathing cycle then starts again from the beginning. It is an effortless flow of breathing.🌟  Some people confuse the need to inhale with the need to exhale. This creates a breathing process that requires a lot of effort.  ❗️What you can pay attention to is the following:
✅ on inhalation, the lungs fill themselves, causing the diaphragm to expand and move downwards. This allows the lungs to take in more oxygen. The abdominal organs are massaged and the abdomen swells.
✅on the exhale, the lungs empty themselves, causing the navel to move closer towards the spine. The diaphragm moves back up and toward the center as the lungs contract more and more as a result of exhalation.  ❗️An inhalation provides oxygen and an exhalation releases carbon dioxide. In other words, when we inhale, we get the opportunity to feed ourselves with oxygen down to the smallest cell, and when we exhale, we get the opportunity to release waste products for optimal functioning of body and mind.❗️  ❓Can you tell us how you breathe?  #yoga #yogateacher #yogainspo #yogisofinstagram #yogisofig #yogaflow #yogalove #yogalover #yogalovers #yogainspired #yogafamily #yogacommunity #yogaliving #yogaschool #yogaworld #yogastrong #yogaeducation #yogafestival4mentalhealth #mentalhealth #yoga4growth #yogabeyond #yogaforeveryone #yogafun #yogafest #yogapose #srisriravishankar #srisriyoga #srisriyogaeurope
🥰Have you ever noticed that if you are asked to be aware of your breath, you will immediately adjust it? 😊 💫The special thing is that our breathing is an unconscious process and that the body breathes for us when necessary. Sometimes, however, circumstances can disrupt the natural flow of breathing. For example, we can learn to breathe incorrectly. The inhalation and exhalation are reversed.💫 🌟A natural way of breathing 'looks' like this. There is a natural rest period, from this arises the need to inhale. At the end of the inhalation, another natural rest follows. From this arises the need to exhale. This is also followed by a natural - often short - rest break. The breathing cycle then starts again from the beginning. It is an effortless flow of breathing.🌟 Some people confuse the need to inhale with the need to exhale. This creates a breathing process that requires a lot of effort. ❗️What you can pay attention to is the following: ✅ on inhalation, the lungs fill themselves, causing the diaphragm to expand and move downwards. This allows the lungs to take in more oxygen. The abdominal organs are massaged and the abdomen swells. ✅on the exhale, the lungs empty themselves, causing the navel to move closer towards the spine. The diaphragm moves back up and toward the center as the lungs contract more and more as a result of exhalation. ❗️An inhalation provides oxygen and an exhalation releases carbon dioxide. In other words, when we inhale, we get the opportunity to feed ourselves with oxygen down to the smallest cell, and when we exhale, we get the opportunity to release waste products for optimal functioning of body and mind.❗️ ❓Can you tell us how you breathe? #yoga #yogateacher #yogainspo #yogisofinstagram #yogisofig #yogaflow #yogalove #yogalover #yogalovers #yogainspired #yogafamily #yogacommunity #yogaliving #yogaschool #yogaworld #yogastrong #yogaeducation #yogafestival4mentalhealth #mentalhealth #yoga4growth #yogabeyond #yogaforeveryone #yogafun #yogafest #yogapose #srisriravishankar #srisriyoga #srisriyogaeurope

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Testimonials

Carolina Naess

Carolina Naess

UK
“When I first tried yoga many years ago in NYC, I didn’t understand it at all. I was a professional dancer, so the idea of holding each position for what seemed ages while shaking a lot, I experienced more stress than anything else! It was only many years later when I learned the secret of the breath, in a session with Sri Sri Yoga, that I was able to relax and enjoy the yoga postures. Then years later when I did my training to become a teacher at the Sri Sri School of Yoga it all came back to me, the realisation of how quickly one can find back to one self with simple movements that are so gentle that truly everyone can do them. For each day, I could stretch more. Beyond my body or small mind idea of what may be possible. Once opened up, the knowledge taught was like medicine sipping into each crack, filling it with more fluidity and joyful flow! Sri Sri Yoga is juicy!! It will quell your thirst that we all have for coming back to our true fluid nature. Rather than another method for control or new programming of some sort, this School allows you to feel free and naturally yourself.”
Debora Grossoni

Debora Grossoni

UK

“Everything Yoga brought to my life in the 8 years that passed since my Teacher’s Training Course is something I will always be grateful for. Yoga brought out a much better, happier version or myself, and made my life richer and broader. Having this tool -being a Yoga Teacher – and sharing it with others is a true blessing.”

Ariane Iranpour

Ariane Iranpour

Luxembourg

“SSY helped me to break all my preconceptions, and brought my understanding of Yoga to the next level! It proved to have so much more to offer than a body/mind practice. It guided me into an experience of the great Ways of Yoga. A life changing way of learning, embracing an holistic and universal understanding of the authentic Path of Yoga.”

Oleg Matweew

Oleg Matweew

Belarus

“After completing TTP I realised for the first time the infinity of my inner self and limitation of physical body. Gradually this awakening helped me to dislocate the range of my values from material to spiritual front, which finally has led me to the feeling of satisfaction, joy, enthusiasm and inspiration!”