Exploring the Senses (Indriya)

Our ears, skin, eyes, tongue, and nose are our indriyas or our sense organs. They are also known as jnanendriyas. That is, the indriyas through which we understand this world.

The tanmatras sabda (sound), sparsha (touch), rupa (form), rasa (taste), and gandha (smell) correspond with the sense organs and are the essential ways in which we experience the world. In this Sangati series, we will explore different aspects of each indriya and its respective tanmatra. We will also look at the role they can play in healing.

About the teacher

Radhika Rammohan is a Yoga therapist. She studied with Saraswathi Vasudevan at YogaVahini. She is a keen student of holistic health, including Ayurveda, chanting, and inner work. She is a co-founder of reStore, an organic store in Chennai, and has a deep understanding of the issues in modern food production and consumption.

Please note: Sangati is an offering by the community for the community. The current week’s recording is available here only until the next Sangati recording is uploaded. We will not be able to entertain requests for extensions or to view old recordings. We hope you can either make it to the live session or catch up with the recording. 

When you register, you can choose to attend one or more of the sessions. 

It is preferable if registrants are in reasonably good health and are familiar with the Krishnamacharya tradition.

Register here.