We are the first and only place in Greece with an Indian teacher who gives daily group seminars in SivaOm Yoga.
SivaOm Yoga is a practice of yoga developed by Guruji Shri Siddhartha Shiv Khanna through the inspiration of Adi Guru Bhagwan Shiv. This practice includes a mystical union of the 4 main branches of yoga (raja – karma – jnan – bhakti) combined in its original teachings from Ancient India, into a single seminar of 90 minutes.
When we speak of Yoga within the spiritual sense, we can safely say that this cosmic science is as old as the universe and encaptures the very essence of the universe itself. This system of yoga which has come to be referred to as SivaOm Yoga allows us to harmoniously unite the internal shiv and shakti and having achieved this divine union we proceed towards the ultimate goal of our human existence, to merge the jivatma to back to the brahman.
This system is based upon various mechanisms available to all or any living creatures and has been carefully combined together keeping in mind the diverse kind and type of individuals. it’s perfect for every human, it’s for people of all ages, it’s for people of all times, those that have lived in the past, those living presently and even those that are yet to be born. it’s suitable for people of all character and every temperament. There will be at least of one aspect of the practice in which the student will identify with and through that one aspect of the practice he or she will become self-realized and god realized. Such is the nature of this practice that it has the power to liberate the soul and provides freedom from all kinds of suffering.
To that person whose body is hungry, we give him the gift of food and water. thereto person whose mind is hungry, we give him the gift of knowledge and wisdom, but even greater than of these gifts is that the gift we give to the soul that’s hungry which gift is of SivaOm Yoga. this is a gift from the universe and surely must be shared with all mankind for it belongs to all of us equally.
Siddhartha Shiv Khanna