Course Series

Sanskrit SeriesGita SeriesSutra SeriesNadam Series

sanskrit series with manorama

The Sanskrit Studies Method of learning is fun, engaging and informative. Each course offers students the opportunity to work directly with the Sanskrit language. Students learn to pronounce the alphabet, select mantras and hone their grammar skills. They also learn to develop confidence in their connection with the language of yoga

Intro to Sanskrit

Sanskrit Module 1

Sanskrit Module 2

Gita Series with Manorama

The Gita Series offers students an opportunity to work directly with the profound teachings of the Bhagavad Gita. In Manorama’s Warrior Within courses she elucidates how the Bhagavad Gita and its main characters reveal that each of us has an inner warrior. She describes how to work with these inner warrior principles. In all the Gita Series courses Manorama leads chanting of select Bhagavad Gita verses. The Gita Series is supportive towards building confidence in your yogic studies.

The Warrior Within Through the Bhagavad Gita

Introduction to the Warrior Within Through the Bhagavad Gita

sutra series with manorama
The Sutra Series gives students an opportunity to work with the Yoga Sutra of Patanjali. A definitive text on Yoga. Manorama offers historical details about Patanjali and his life. She teaches students how to pronounce select sutras. She gives students a process by which to work with all the sutras. Fun, engaging and confidence building.

Sutra & Samadhi Level 1

Introduction to the Yoga Sutra

nadam series

The Luminous Soul Nadam Series gives students an opportunity to immerse in the subject of Nada Yoga with Manorama. Through the lens of Luminous Soul, Manorama offers guidance and insight into this vast yogic subject. Manorama gives students practical exercises and a process by which to engage this topic and evolve their practice. Fun, engaging and deeply transformative.

Luminous Soul: Immerse in Nada Yoga: Part 1

Luminous Soul: Mantra Yoga & Nadam: Part 2

Luminous Soul: The Art of Engaging Nada Yoga: Part 3