Welcome

The Bhakti Centre is a haven of inner tranquility in the heart of Georgian Bath with a dedicated staff devoted to sharing the experience of self-transformation through the timeless culture and meditation practices of Bhakti-yoga.

It’s a centre of authentic learning, and a great place to meet new people, make lasting relationships, and find inspiration and support along your spiritual journey.

Find out more here.

Courses

Courses

Meditation & Yoga courses for all Levels of experience. 

Meditation Classes

Meditation Classes

Traditional meditation classes for all levels of experience. 

Class Schedule

Monday

7pm - 8pm Yoga: SRY Yoga 4 week Course with Flora. Starts May 27th £60

Tuesday •

6.30pm - 7.45pm Sacred Sanga: Explore the philosophy of Bhakti. £8.50 inc Chai & cookies

Wednesday

7pm - 8pm Guided Meditation: Tranquil Meditations £10 inc. Chai

Thursday

7pm - 8.30pm Meditation: Kirtan Musical meditation £7 inc. plant based meal

Friday

Saturday

Bhagavad Gita Course: GITA 3 Starts May 11th

Sunday

Next Available Classes

Sacred Sanga

Tuesday 6.30pm - 7.45pm £8.50

This weeks discussion topic: Finding purpose through meditation.

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next available classes

Guided Meditation

Wednesday 7pm - 8pm

Gentle meditations for inner peace and calm. £10 inc. Chai

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  • ROOT - Monday 27th May - June 17th

     A 4-Week Semi-Private Supreme Release Yoga Journey into Stillness and Renewal

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  • KIRTAN WITH ANANDA & KELI - Saturday 1st June

    Kirtan event to start a weekend sound experience with Keli and Ananda

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  • OUR BELOVED BREATH - Saturday 29th June

    Breath-work course with David Dodd

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Meet The Team

The beating heart of The Bhakti Centre. Meet the people who make it all work.

  • Prema-rasa Das

    At the root of The Bhakti Centre's ethos is its owner, Prema-rasa Das. Prema himself was a Gaudiya Vaisnava monk for over 18 years. During this time visiting and living in many temples and yoga ashrams around the world, he experienced first hand the positive effect a Bhakti life style can have on enlightening our moods and enlivening our consciousness.

  • Yama

    From growing up in a temple in Peru to leading kirtan events all over South America and Australia, Yama's life has been one absorbed in meditation and the culture of Bhakti yoga.

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