The Living Yoga Project
Let yoga into your life and make your every day a new beginning.
Join our community of like minded people. Learn, grow and flourish. Be inspired with our courses and events. Immerse in Living Yoga every day, for everyone, everywhere.
Welcome to the
Living Yoga Project
Here you will find yoga as intended by the masters of the tradition: a complete way of life that begins with vibrant physical health, a strong nervous system, and mental and emotional balance and harmony.
It is a life of continuous growth, ever-greater freedom, creative expression, fulfilment, spontaneous joy, and the ability to withstand the trials of life.
Whatever your level of fitness, needs and goals, there will be some part of classical yoga that you can make your own, a set of tools that will help you achieve your aims and help you evolve.
The purpose of the Living Yoga Project is to help you create a bridge between where you are now and where you want to be, by adopting your own personal blend of yogic practices and attitudes and making them a natural part of your life.
Our Classes and Courses
See what yoga is really about, and how it can help you improve your life in all dimensions.
The most comprehensive course on our platform, giving you a complete experience of yoga.
Different levels of immersion based on your preferences and time available.
PRICE: £120 (lifetime access)
An entire year of mantra, pranayama, meditation and soul-deep inspiration, to experience real and lasting positive transformation in life.
CURRENTLY LIVE | MON-SAT 6:30-7:05 AM GMT
PRICE: £60 per month or £600 annually (30-day trial available)
Improving every aspect of daily life with selected techniques taken from yoga and ayurveda.
CURRENTLY LIVE: STARTING 21 OCTOBER
Saturdays, fortnightly, 9AM-12PM, with teacher and community support & guidance in between sessions.
Price: £250 for 4 months (nine 3-hour sessions)
Yoga of Sound
Yoga has known about the healing and transformative power of sound, as well as the intimate connection between sound and form, for thousands of years.
In fact, there is a famous statement, shabda brahman, meaning that everything that exists originates in sound.
In yoga, sound is used mainly as part of mantra yoga – as chanting and devotional singing – but also in other ways, such as swara sadhana practice where various sounds are produced in combination with focussed awareness. This has profound effects on the physical and mental state, and leads to deep relaxation, rejuvenation, and calming of mental activity.
The power of mantras is such that when practised with regularity, sincerity, and intensity of focus, they slowly, gradually, but most definitely bring about a complete positive transformation of the entire personality, freeing the mind from even the most stubborn negative conditioning, self-doubt, and other limitations.
In the Living Yoga Project, you can experience both of these approaches to using sound in yoga, and learn how to incorporate nada yoga into your daily routine in a way that best suits your goals, inclinations, and time available.
What People Are Saying
I did a ‘Living Yoga’ course with Mahesh and haven’t missed a class since then. In fact, I repeated the same course while attending to the regular classes… Mahesh is not trying to focus on doing 60 mins of Yoga as a physical activity, instead is trying to bring a system and lifestyle you can carry on also outside of the class.
I have found these classes very helpful. They have enabled me to establish a regular daily practice as well as helping me to improve the quality of my sleep and my overall well-being. The pace of the classes and the gradual development of the practices is exactly what I needed in order to progress.
Mahesh’s online classes are just what was needed for lock down-and beyond. Even though I had my own daily practice, these classes have “re-booted” my practice and allowed me to look at it with a refreshed perspective… My son and I are grateful to Mahesh for transforming the lock down period into an inspiring opportunity.
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