Sādhana Mālā was set up in 2004 by Dave Charlton and Ranju Roy to teach yoga in various different contexts, but specialising in teacher training, study courses and retreats.
Why Sādhana Mālā
Sādhana is a special word. In Sanskrit it means “spiritual practice”. Sādhana helps us to move forward – it takes us from where we are now to a new place. It is the means to accomplishments.
Mālā is also a Sanskrit word; it has a number of meanings. It can be a wreath, a garland or a rosary – something used in meditation to help us keep awake and present. It can also be a crown, or a series of offerings.
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