Raja Yoga Centre Ltd., Hong Kong
“Bringing spirituality to life”
If you have ever wanted to wanted to learn to meditate, develop stress management techniques, feel calmer, make positive changes in your life or just feel a little more peaceful … the solution may be closer than you think.
Raja Yoga Centre, Hong Kong is with over 2 full-fledged centres, one in Hong Kong Island and another in Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, for over 45 years now and a sub-centre in Tung Chung for almost past three years. All three centres offer people of all backgrounds an opportunity to deepen their understanding of universal spiritual principles and learn practical skills through a variety of educational programs. A simple definition of ‘spirituality’ is knowing how to live with meaning and with purpose.
Across Hong Kong, the Raja Yoga Centre work with many areas of the community including multi-faith dialogue, youth programs, healthcare, values education, stress free living and self-management programs.
The Raja Yoga Centres are active in the community for almost 4 decades now. The main activity of the centres is to offer a range of courses, free of charge, to schools, universities, hospitals, women and youth refuges, businesses and other organizations.
Raja Yoga Centres have offered and continue to offer regular meditation courses and have welcomed thousands of people from diverse backgrounds and professions who come to restore their lives’ balance and focus through the study of spiritual values and by experiencing inner peace and silence through the practice of meditation.
Raja Yoga students are individuals of all ages and backgrounds who regularly attend classes of the Raja Yoga meditation at more than 8,500 centres located in over 110 countries.
Raja Yoga Centre, Hong Kong is spiritually affiliated with Brahma Kumaris spiritual University of India. The Brahma Kumaris (BK) is a global network of organisations. The spiritual headquarters in India has general category consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), in consultative status with UNICEF and is affiliated to the Department of Public Information (DPI).over