Yoga & Vedanta

Excellent center for training in Yoga therapy, asana and pranayama. In depth Yoga teacher’s training, with traditional depth and authenticity as well as a clear and modern presentation. Gary is the author of the book Yoga for Wellness and one of the most important Yoga teachers in the west today.

Official website of ashram and publications of Anandamayi Ma (1896-1982), modern’s India’s most renowned woman saint, seer and yogini, including overseas centers and current activities.

PO Box 1059, Saylorsburg PA 18353-1059 Ph: 717-992-2339, Fax: 717-992-7150 Ongoing programs in Vedanta, Yoga, Ayurveda, Vedic Astrology, Sanskrit: Under the guidance of Swami Dayananda, perhaps the foremost teacher of Vedanta teaching in America today. Excellent bookstore with mail order facilities.

Web site of Anthony Carlisi, Yoga and Ayurveda teacher.

Main websites for the work of Sri Aurobindo, perhaps modern India’s greatest yogi, seer, sage, philosopher, poet, and visionary, including his ashram in Pondicherry and his new city in Auroville.

Directed by Swami Niranjanananda, founded by Swami Satyananda Perhaps the best Yoga University in India, excellent place of study for foreign students. Programs in Yogic Studies, Yoga Ecology, Yogic Science, Yoga Philosophy, Yoga Psychology. Ganga Darshan, Munger, Bihar 811201.

5950 Highway 128, Napa CA 94558, (707) 966-2802 Books, tapes and programs; teachings of Shree Ma and Swami Satyananda, including rituals, puja and Tantra. Email newsletter.

Programs in Yoga and Ayurveda, reflecting the approach taught in Yoga for Your Type: An Ayurvedic Approach to Your Asana Practice (Kozak and Frawley). Sandra is located in northern California. Email:

Largest east coast center for Yoga, Ayurveda and related natural healing practices. Located near Lenox, MA.

Teachings of M.P. Pandit, an important disciple of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, perhaps the most significant to visit the West, and author of many profound and practical books on Yoga and the Vedas. The site contains many on-line books, articles and recitations from various poems and chants by Pandit himself.