Community Gathering.

Satsang is nondenominational, and open to all traditions.

Sunday evenings 7:00-7.45pm

1st and 3rd Sunday of the month
(N.B. No Satsangs in August)

A joyful time of Mantra, Meditation, Aarti and Bhajans.


Satsang is offered in the Saraswati lineage tradition, and includes aarti, a celebration of light, chanting, and either a talk or a reading on an aspect of spiritual life.

‘Satsang, means literally, “In the company of the wise” – the wise being those who seek a deeper meaning in life and who sincerely want to make progress towards their own ideals.

‘It is a time of prayer, reflection and chanting, a time to see the personal challenges of life from a different perspective’
Quote from ‘Time to be Holy’ by Swami Sivananda Radha.

All welcome, drop in, by donation

100% of all donations goes directly to Radha House Association charity no 1057281

Where: Oulton Nr Aylsham NR11 6NX



Spiritual Lineage


Swami Sivananda Radha

Sylvia Hellman (1911 – 1995) had a visionary experience in Montreal which led her to her guru, Swami Sivananda Saraswati of Rishikesh, India. At his ashram she received intense training in the philosophy and practices of yoga, and in 1956 she was initiated into the sacred order of sanyas to become Swami Sivananda Radha.

At her guru’s request she returned to the West to establish an ashram for the study of yoga. Swami Radha’s major focus was to interpret the ancient yogic teachings of the East so that they could be understood and applied in the daily life of Westerners. She set high ethical standards and encouraged students to develop quality in their lives and manifest their own ideals. Her teachings are based on building character as a foundation so that the energy gained through spiritual practice is directly wisely.

A pioneer in the North American yoga movement of the mid 20th century, Swami Radha’s teachings continue to inspire the yogis of today.

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