HYMC Community Programs are open events that give people an opportunity to come together and celebrate the Spirit of Life. These are free programs but a donation is always appreciated in support of HYMC as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
Please come for silent meditation, every Friday evening.
For new and seasoned meditators, join us at the end of your week to calm, balance and relax in our peaceful environment. Sessions will begin by preparing for meditation with gentle stretching and breathing exercises.
Meditation preparation from 7:00-7:45 PM. Meditation from 7:45-8:15 PM.
(Please watch our website for schedule updates or cancellations)
Join Anil Saigal and fellow aspirants in a discussion of the leading scriptures of yoga philosophy and spirituality. The group will start a new reading with Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras parts 3 and 4. Each session ends with a brief guided meditation. Those desiring to participate remotely can call in to the teleconference bridge during the session.
Dial-In number: 1 (646) 307-1300 then follow the prompts from the Teleconference service.
Participant Code: 713706# (It is NOT a Toll-Free number therefore it is suggested using phone with free nationwide calling.)
Students enrolled in TTP classes at HYMC can earn 1 and 1/2 hours by attending in person.
Relax with complementary massage by Diane on second Tuesday of each month only.
Space limited so call for appointment 847 420 0857. Bodywork on other days is regular price.
Due to limited space services are for those within two years of treatment. Survivors must provide HYMC Medical Clearance Form completed by their physician prior to all services.
Meditate with Swami Ritivan and others around the globe at the same time. Begins promptly at 9:00 pm.
Come and be a part of this class that celebrates our NEW Teachers!
Our MISSION is to help individuals realize their full potential, lead a healthy and balanced life with mindfulness through teaching of yoga, meditation, and philosophy as taught by Himalayan masters.
Our VISION is to alleviate human suffering.