Yogakshemam denotes happiness in this life and in the life after. That is to say the Supreme Happiness that has no end. Indian philosophy teaches the principles of living to enable to reach this Supreme Happiness. These principles have been proven and put into practice for many generations, without ever having been modified.
|The goal of Yogakshemam School is to transmit the Indian philosophy in general, and Yoga in particular, according to the teaching of Master Sri T. Krishnamacharya . Yogakshemam invites its students to follow the path of spiritual quest that Indian tradition proposes.||
Sri T. Krishnamacharya
Sri T.K. Sribhashyam
Born in Mysore (India) in 1940, Sri T.K. Sribhashyam originates from a family of philosophers and doctors in Ayurveda dating back to many generations. In conformity with the family tradition, Sri T. Krishnamacharya taught him from the very young age both Indian philosophy and Ayurveda. Sri T.K.Sribhashyam obtained a Master’s degree in Philosophy from the University of Madras. He started teaching Yoga in 1956, practiced Âyurveda under the guidance of his father and since 1970, he continued his teaching in Europe, in French as well as in English. In 1999, the Mysore Sanskrit College conferred upon him the title of Âcharya (Master) for his faithful and devoted teaching Indian Philosophy. He is the Director of the Yogakshemam schools in Europe. He is a Honorary Life Member of the International Yoga Federation and the World Yoga Council.
Sri T.K. Sribhashyam belongs to the of Vishishta Advaita tradition, one of the branches of Vedânta.
He is a direct descendant of Sri Nâtha Muni (9th century). Philosophical knowledge has been handed down from father to son in the family of Sri T.K. Sribhashyam without interruption since the time of Sri Nâtha Muni.
Several of his ancestors were great Masters of Vishistha Advaita monasteries. His father, his grandfather and his paternal ancestors were the philosophical Masters of the Royal Court of their time in India, both in the North as well as in the South.
Like his father before him, Sri T.K. Sribhashyam has never wavered from the traditional teaching that has been initiated to him. Furthermore, he has succeeded in maintaining it in a Western context.