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Friends

In the face of concerns over the spread of Covid-19 as our borders are opened up Saturday 14th November, we urge you to take good care of yourself and protect the safety of others. We ask students to keep a respectable distance from each other and practise good hygiene.

 

Protocols in place will continue and we ask that there be no hugging of our Teachers and officials at the Ashram.

Some precautions to keep the Centre clean, sanitised and safe—including surfaces, floors, mats and bathrooms, we request:

  • If you have flu like symptoms or have been overseas or in contact with someone who is contagious, please stay home as per Government recommendations.

 

When attending classes, we kindly ask you:

  • Bring your own personal mat and blanket

  • If you need to cough, cough into a tissue, or your T-Shirt.

  • Wash your hands thoroughly!

 

Yours Respectfully  

Shanker Madan

IYA Chair’

By practicing Yoga you can boost your immune system, feel healthier and stronger in both body and mind. Eat good food, get good sleep, be in good company and keep your thinking uplifted. Relax. Do lots of pranayama. Meditate. Chant mantra for your wellbeing.

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Sivananda Ashram Beacon Yoga Centre has been serving the Western Australian community for more than 40 years.

 

Our Ashram has been the matrix of yoga in Western Australia since 1976 when it was founded by the great Indian sage and yogi Swami Venkatesananda.

 

Assisting the physical, mental and emotional wellbeing of the many thousands of people who have attended its yoga classes, meditation workshops, live-in retreats and a multitude of other wellbeing activities over that time.

It is a beehive of spiritual activity. Every week it offers more than twenty classes in the practice and study of yoga and meditation as well as a variety of other courses and workshops.

Our ashram's meditation hall, vast library and residential buildings are accessible to members of the public who would like to gain an experience of what this amazing centre has to offer and to all who wish to avail themselves of its peace and serenity.

Set on half an acre, high atop a hill in Beaconsfield the ashram also offers residential accommodation for those who wish to live the yogic lifestyle whether short or long-term. 

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