COVID-19 UPDATE 12th July 2021
Dear Students and Friends
The Ashram is open and yoga classes have commenced practicing Phase 5 guidelines.
Please use the SafeWA app provided
Continued Infection Control cleaning by the Ashram
BYO mat, blanket, bolster, cushions, thank you
While on Ashram grounds please observe social distancing
Stay home if sick
Reservations online are ESSENTIAL when attending any event/program/yoga class at the Ashram.
Sivananda Ashram Beacon Yoga Centre
ASHRAM LIBRARY PROJECT
There is great energy in new beginnings.
Our Ashram library book will be a snapshot of this time and place, and will be displayed for our reading enjoyment in the library. It will become part of the history of yoga for the IYA and Perth.
Below is a mock preview of the book: in this example the number of words is just under 200 and the photos are random!
All contributions are welcome and encouraged, to commemorate you and us, from one word to 300! I will use your font if the publisher offers it as well.
As I work with the layout, we can also incorporate your photos of the ashram and yoga centre. Please send the highest quality you can, include approximate date taken and any other info you deem useful.
Does anyone know a publisher that would print 1 or 2 books?
Any questions, email me:
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.