Ganesha yoga


Ganeshism will be located in Booth E6, from Friday 18th until Sunday 20th October.

 Print reproductions of our unique Ganesha art, as rolled canvas, box frames, posters, and postcards will be on sale, as well as signature spiritual retreats in Sri Lanka, covering art, sound, ecology, vedic teachings, and more.

 We're doing FREE t-shirt printing using simple, hand pressed, wooden block prints. Just bring an extra T-shirt with you, or take it off if you can in order to make the hand print process easier ;). Light and single coloured preferably.


 Rachel will provide 3 open classes:


-Saturday 19th Oct,12.15-12.45pm (location: The BodyHoliday Open Class):

 The Power of sound: Various ways of using different sounds in a yoga class.


 -Saturday 19th Oct, 2.15-2.45pm (location: Mindbody Open Class):

 Gong yoga: Various ways of adding gong into our practice.


 -Sunday 20th Oct., 10.30-11.00am (location: Mindbody Open Class):

 Vedic teachings, the roots of yoga.


 Location: Alexandra Palace (step free access available)

 Alexandra Palace Way,


N22 7AY


 Opening times:

 11 a.m.–6 p.m. on 18 October | 10 a.m.–6 p.m. on 19 October | 10 a.m.–5 p.m. on 20 October


 About The London OM Yoga Show:

 The OM Yoga Show presents visitors with an array of lectures and demonstrations covering various aspects of yoga and wellbeing. Budding yogis will be able to get involved in workshops and open classes to pick up some tips from experienced teachers or try out a new style. Exhibitors are expected to grace the event with yoga, Pilates and Ayurvedic products, as well as retreats and training services. A wide range of accessories, clothing, food and jewellery will also be up for grabs.




London Yoga 2019 


About Ganeshism:


For over a quarter century, the art that is Ganeshism, has been a distinct practice. A patient study of Ganesha's iconography and symbolism. It has revolved around an ancient Vedic philosophy of self realization, expressed through an art form that has far reaching cosmic significance.

Unwilling to take 'ownership' of the work, Mahen has lovingly shaped Ganeshism into a movement, centered around Ganesha, with a purpose to communicate, through art, the symbolic character which gives the deep inner meanings to his many forms.  

Unfortunately, today, religion is often misunderstood. Most deities have been shorn of their philosophical significance and reduced to mere superstition. Ganeshism, as an art form and movement, attempts to create an inward discussion, to debate, question and meditate on the deep truths represented by the symbols. It aims to dispel the singular concept of the 'favour granting god' and focus instead, on the deity, as a mirror to the soul.