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 Yogini Shambhavi Devi is one of the most important and dynamic women teachers of the deeper aspects of Yoga coming out of India today, widely respected worldwide and in traditional circles in India. Her teachings are rooted in the ancient teachings and traditions of Bhakti Yoga, Shakti Sadhana, Jyotisha (Vedic Astrology), Mantra Yoga and Ayurveda.

She is a Yogacharya or master Yoga teacher with deep knowledge of Raja Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Mantra Yoga. She is our Jyotishacharya or master teacher of Vedic astrology and handles astrological consultations for the institute, providing in depth reading of the birth chart, our karmas and our spiritual aspiration.

Yogini Shambhavi is a mystic Yogini, spiritual guide and educator of ancient Vedic traditions and is noted for her clear, direct, and uncompromising expression, and her ability to inspire seekers from every walk of life. She unfolds the bliss of well-being through Vedic Upayas, ancient rituals, mantra and meditation, drawing one to the deeper ‘Yogic Reality’, awakening the universal Shakti power within us.




Ananda Rupam Shivo’ham, Shivo’ham


Join Yogini Shambhavi for this live webinar developing the deeper vision of a yogic lifestyle.

Mother Nature in all her movements manifests a greater cosmic reality for our inner unfolding of divinity.

Yogic spirituality means becoming conscious every moment, weaving the sacred  into our every experience to create deeper harmony, giving everything its appropriate sacred place and function.


So what is Yoga in the context of Your Daily Reality?

“A Yogi can do anything better than a non-yogi”- Sri Aurobindo


A Yogic vision provides an enduring aspiration for a higher ideal, living to connect to the whole of existence.

We cannot experience a single moment that does not have an impact upon ourselves and our environment. To become conscious of how we live does make a difference. Each one of us needs to consider what impact we wish to make.

Yoga is the essence of life. While we are always breathing, Pranayama is breathing yogically, with an awareness of our breath. While we are always thinking, meditation is yogic observation and transformation of the movements of the mind.

Learn to flow with the manifold rhythms of Nature in all that you are in your body, prana, senses, mind and inner Being.

Recorded on March 13, 2022