The school Surya Chandra Yoga Ashram was founded in 1989.
The term “Ashram” indicates and recognizes a sacred place: it may be a small space inside an isolated cave, in solitude or a structure within a village or a city.
In an Ashram lives a Guru or Yogi who teaches and transmits to his disciples or students the spiritual tradition received in turn from his own Guru, following, in this way, the traditional line of masters and guru (paramparaya), whose roots lie in the purest and secret traditions, taught by the ancient Rishis.
An Ashram is a place where lives a Yogi, a Siddha or a Sage.
There is no distinction between the Master who lives in the Ashram and the Ashram itself.
It is a structure where the real Hindu tradition lives, but above all, is a place full of strength and energy that come from the Master presence and his tradition.
An Ashram is a place where to seek and possibly find one’s own freedom and awareness of the Self.
The Divine is the great and true Guru, who compassionately manifests himself in the lineage of teachers.