• Live Online Yoga

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  • International Sivananda

    Yoga Teacher Training in Austria

    16 June – 24 July 2020 (English/German)
    26 July – 23 August 2020 (English/German)
    29 August – 27 Sept. 2020 (English/German)
    from €2,051

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  • International Sivananda

    Yoga Teacher Training in the Himalayas

    21 October – 19 November 2020
    25 February – 26 March 2021
    from €2,560

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  • Online Easter Retreat

    with the European Sivananda Centres


During the corona shutdown

In view of the measures taken to contain the coronavirus, the Sivananda Yoga Retreat House has been closed since 1 March until further notice.


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Live online programme

Free of charge

Visit our live online yoga programme, including weekend yoga workshops. Roll out your mat at home and continue your yoga practice interactively!


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Tel.: +43 5356 67 404

Mobile/WhatsApp: +43 664 868 06 45

E-mail: tyrol-reception@sivananda.net

Online Easter Retreat

with the European Sivananda Centres


Rejuvenate at home with yoga, meditation and Ayurveda

Friday April 10 (4pm) – Monday April 13 (3pm)


With the Acharyas, swamis and teachers of the European Sivananda Centres

Guest speakers: S.K. Kamlesh (Ayurveda Acharya), Cordula Interthal (Chandrika), Ayurveda therapist.


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  • "Health is wealth,
    Peace of mind is happiness,
    Yoga shows the way."
    ~ Swami Vishnudevananda

A day at the Retreat House

From dawn to dusk


The 5 points of yoga

According to classical yoga teachings

Swami Vishnudevananda summarised the wisdom of yoga in five basic principles which promote physical, mental and spiritual health.


Proper exercise (Asanas)

Yoga asanas enhance the flexibility of the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments and stimulate circulation. Flexibility and strength of the spine keep the body youthful.

Proper breathing (Pranayama)

Yogic breathing connects the body to its battery, the solar plexus, which is an enormous storehouse of energy. Stress and depression can be overcome by breathing more deeply and with increased awareness.

Proper relaxation (Savasana)

If the body and mind are subjected to constant overload, their performance suffers. Yoga relaxation techniques not only help to relieve existing stress symptoms (like muscle tension and breathlessness) but also help develop resistance against external stress factors.

Proper diet (vegetarian)

A vegetarian diet is healthy, natural and simple to prepare. It is digestible and easy for the body to absorb. It consists in proper food choices which have the most positive effect on body and mind, at the same time causing the least harm to other living beings and the environment.

Positive thinking and meditation (Vedanta and Dhyana)

Are the keys to peace of mind. By controlling the mind, we can eliminate negative thought patterns and experience inner peace.

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