Kriya Yoga Greece

with Swami Shankarananda Giri

Coming Up...

Kriya Yoga seminar with Swami Shankarananda in Rishikesh

on March 2018. information

Kriya Yoga meditation retreat with Basu - 

in Lefkada island from 2nd to 12th of May 2018 

in Paleros from 1st to 8th of October 2018 Information

Kriya Yoga σεμινάριο με τον Swami Shankarananda στo Rishikesh
τον Μάρτιο 2018. Πληροφορίες

Kriya Yoga retreat διαλογισμού με τον Basu - 

στην Λευκαδα από 2 εώς 12 Μαίου 2018

στην Πάλαιρο από 1 εώς 8 Οκτωβρίου 2018 Πληροφορίες

Kriya Yoga is an ancient meditation technique for self realization which is well known in India. Through Paramahansa Yogananda and his "Autobiography of a Yogi" it became hugely popular in the West in the 1920s. Today there are many references to Kriya Yoga Meditation, and yet it is taught only by a limited number of masters, most of whom are Indian. Paramahansa Yogananda arrived in the United States in 1920, where he taught Kriya Yoga in accordance with his master's request. The transmission of this teaching has been continued uninterrupted ever since. Several masters have in the past come to Western countries to teach Kriya Yoga so that it is available to everyone. 


Swami Shankarananda Giri is a spiritual heir in this tradition, and teaches these techniques in its original form as they were transmitted by the lineage of masters. Those who desire to receive instructions in this path as a means for spiritual evolution, are invited to make contact with one of the centres. Swami Shankarananda Giri has been teaching Kriya Yoga techniques in India since 1974, and in Europe since 1978. He has also inherited the astrological system called Cosmic Astrology from his master Swami Narayana Giri ("Prabhujee"). This system was established by Shri Yukteswar.


In order to obtain further information, please contact one of the centres.


Swami Shankarananda Giri is also the founder of three schools in India. The first school, running for over fifteen years, is named after his Guru and has over 1000 students following the Indian Government defined curriculum as well as providing financial support for poor students, ayurvedic medical treatments, hatha yoga classes, meditaton classes, a free school library and computer lab classes.