Bhakti Yoga with Yogi Maheshwar

Weekend from July 16th to 18th 2021

Hatha and Bhakti Yoga
In this one-weekend workshop led by renowned Yogi Maheshwar, we will combine sitting in silence, devotional chanting, the practice of Khecari Mudra, and the pillars of yoga – Asana, Pranayama, and Dharana.

Shiva Temple
The Sunday ceremony will include the practice of lingastakam – devotional singing – as well as establishing a Shiva temple. A black volcanic stone symbolizing the Shiva lingam will be set in the ground, along with chanting, offerings to the Yoni-Lingam and planting a trident.

“I am no Master! I can’t fully understand the inner world of an aspirant, to judge the quality of their meditation in order to accompany them to yoga – Union with the Divine. I am above all a Servant, the motor of my sadhana is to Serve Life, to Serve my Master”

Friday July 16th, late afternoon: welcoming the participants, meal, introduction and moment of Silence.

Saturday, 5 am to 10 am: Morning practices, sitting in silence and devotional chanting.

10:30 am to 3 pm: Hatha Yoga (Asana, Pranayama, Dharana)

3 pm to 7 pm: Yogic sharing (Khecari Mudra) and lingastakam (devotional chanting dedicated to Shiva that we will practice in preparation for the Sunday ceremony).

Sunday, 5 am to 2 pm: silent sitting, lingastakam practice, and establishing the Shiva temple

Pricing: The workshop can be paid by units in case you can’t attend the whole event.

  • Friday: 30 chf
  • Saturday: 70 chf per unit (total of 3 units)
  • Sunday: one continuous unit for 140 chf
  • Whole workshop: 300 chf

To secure your spot, please make a prepayment of 70 chf on the Viayoga payment portal (secured by Paypal). Refundable up to two weeks before the course. For old fashion bank-transfer, please contact us.

If you have financial difficulties, contact us and we can figure something out.

Lodging: 25 chf per night in the yoga room with showers available. Mattresses, cushions and blankets are provided, but please bring your own liner or sheet.

Food: The formula is flexible, and free of charge. Just bring whatever you want in terms ingredients to cook with, share and eat together. The kitchen and dishes are available for all, and Viayoga provides tea for free. Please note that for the whole weekend, we’re only planning 3 real meals: Friday night, Saturday night, and Sunday in the early afternoon.