Harmony. Unity. Peace.

Happy International Yoga Day!


The word ‘yoga’ comes from Sanskrit meaning to ‘join' or ‘unite’ - symbolising the union of body, mind and consciousness that comes through its practice. Yoga, in the deeper sense of the word, means union. Through yoga and meditation there is a wonderful possibility to discover the best we have within ourselves and, in turn, recognise the best in everyone we meet in our daily lives. Yoga can contribute, in a holistic way, to achieving balance between mind and body and can make a direct contribution to humanity's quest to realise sustainable development and move towards lifestyles that are more in harmony with nature.

On 11 December 2014, the United Nations announced 21 June as the International Day of Yoga to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing the many forms of yoga. This year we invite you to explore all the inner potential and resources within your own heart.

Experience Heartfulness meditation and yoga


The simplicity of Heartfulness is what most people enjoy about it. We can just relax, sit comfortably and gently connect our minds to our hearts. In time, this helps us to develop a happier, calmer state of being, and a better relationship with everyone and everything in our lives. Amongst the stresses and strains of life, Heartfulness offers a simple and supportive approach to meditation and relaxation, which is free and open to all. Practising Heartfulness helps us experience the wisdom of our heart so that we learn to let go, trusting our intuition and ourselves. Becoming more connected to our heart helps us become calmer, clearer, and to feel more balanced.

This international yoga day Heartfulness UK will be offering free sessions in and around London and other locations all over the UK.  Please do come along and experience it for your own self.

For more information see on our yoga events listed below.

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There are no charges for the Heartfulness practice, the meditation sessions, or any teaching offered through this website.