There are several Satyananda Yoga Centres that draw on the teachings of Swami Satyananda. The main centres and their websites are listed here.

Satyananda Yoga Centre (London)

syc-london Satyananda Yoga Centre London (www.syclondon.com) has provided yoga classes in South London for over forty years under the direction of Swami Pragyamurti. Our emphasis is towards a meditative approach and the spiritual aspect of Yoga, in the tradition of the Bihar School of Yoga.

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Satyananda Yoga Centre (Birmingham)

syc-birmingham Satyananda Yoga Centre Birmingham (www.sycbirmingham.com) was founded under the guidance of Swami Satyamurti Saraswati and is affiliated with IYFM, with the blessings of Paramahamsa Satyananda. The main focus of the Centre is the provision of a wide range of weekly yoga classes in Birmingham and throughout the surrounding West Midlands area.

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Sheffield Satyananda Yoga School

sheffield Sheffield Yoga School was established in 2003. In 2009 we were pleased and honoured to receive authorisation from Swami Niranjanananda to form Sheffield Satyananda Yoga School (www.sheffieldyogaschool.co.uk). We now have a range of classes suitable for all ages and abilities. We offer Beginner and Intermediate level classes, as well as Yoga for Pregnancy.

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Satyananda Yoga Centre Nottingham

syc-nottingham Satyananda Yoga Centre Nottingham (www.sycnottingham.com), founded in 2004 with the blessings of Swami Niranjan, brings together people from the wider areas of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, South Yorkshire, Leicestershire and more northern counties who wish to deepen their experience of Satyananda Yoga. The Centre runs weekly classes, events and workshops as well as teacher training modules in Yoga Nidra and yoga for mental health. 

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‘In Patanjali's Yoga Sutras, the first sutra is Atha yogah anushasanam, meaning "Now, the subtle disciplines of yoga." This sutra gives the direction in which yoga moves to provide the ability to observe and direct the mind with wisdom, knowledge and understanding. Ultimately, discipline is an expression of harmonized emotions and attitudes in a balanced personality’

Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati