$99.00 USD

Sanskrit for Yogis

In this course, you'll start at the very beginning, learning the Sanskrit alphabet and how to connect with the language on a visceral level. You'll discover the beauty of chanting Devanagari, delve into the Yoga Sutra verses, and access the wisdom embedded within. Our curriculum is thoughtfully structured to guide you through.


What You'll Get:

+ 12 Pre-recorded Lectures: Sanskrit Master, John Campbell shares a tried & true meditation framework to learn Sanskrit easily & effectively. 

+ Daily Practices: Alphabet & Yoga Sutra Chanting to cultivate your Sanskrit practice

+ Homework & Quizzes: Integrate what youlearn with John

+ Certificate of Completion:  Earn a certificate by completing course checklists, quizzes

+ Access to Course Materials for Life

+ Yoga Alliance CE credits upon completion


About the Course:

In this course, students will learn the basics of Sanskrit as a yoga practice. They will realize why and how sanskrit is a tool to deepen your yoga practice. Students will connect to and feel the language by learning the Sanskrit alphabet. They will develop the ability to recognize, read, pronounce and chant Devanagari as well as access information embedded in verses of the Yoga Sutra.

This is the first in a series of courses to learn the basics of Sanskrit as a yoga practice. Watch the benefits of pairing your yoga practice and daily life with the ancient language of Sanskrit unfold.


About Your Instructor:

John Campbell - New York, USA 

John Campbell, Ph.D., holds a doctorate from Columbia University in History of Religions with a specialization in Buddhist Studies. A translator of Sanskrit and Tibetan language texts, his main areas of research are Yoga and Tantric practice systems in India and the Himalayas.

John began the practice of Ashtanga Yoga in 1992 in South India with lineage master Shri K. Pattabhi Jois. In 2001 the Ashtanga Yoga Research Institute of Mysore awarded him with its highest certification, recognizing John as a master teacher-practitioner of the Ashtanga Yoga method.

He currently serves as Director of Sanskrit Preservation for the Asian Legacy Library (ALL), a digital preservation initiative for texts of the world’s great wisdom traditions.

He is married and has three children.