ISKCON New Goloka

Hare Krishna Bhakti Yoga Center

Founder Acharya His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada

Online Yoga Courses

Welcome! We are so glad you are here! 

Below are a list of online resources provided by Bhakti Yogis all over the world. Click on the websites to learn more of what they offer and what inspires you most to grow in your spiritual journey.

Bhakti Community

The Bhakti Community, is an online community for spiritual seekers who are interested in learning more about the timeless practices and wisdom of Bhakti Yoga – the yoga of love and gratitude.

Chant Now

Chanting is for Everyone. Chanting the maha-mantra offers you many profound gifts. Experience the power of this ancient meditation technique and embrace the offerings meant for you.

7 day Chanting Workshop

Learn Powerful Meditation Techniques and Explore the Ancient Wisdom Behind Chanting.

Wisdom of the Sages

Daily Wisdom Podcast: Ranked #1 on Apple Podcasts for Spirituality

Truths about life from the timeless wisdom of the Bhakti-yoga tradition; fun, relevant, and deep. Hear about dharma, yoga, bhakti, and how it relates to all the basic questions of life. This show is about how to live your best life, let go of the external distractions, and uncover the spiritual happiness that lies within the heart as the true nature of the soul. 

Raghunath and Kaustubha’s connection goes back to their teens in the New York Hardcore Punk Scene of the early 80s, through serving together as Bhakti-yogi monks in the 90’s, to sharing their experiences in the world of yoga in the 21st century. Bhakti Recovery Group.

Spiritual Fitness with Vaisesika Dasa

Looking for practical ways to develop spiritual health?

When you take Vaisesika’s personally designed 21-Day challenge, you will learn simple, and time-tested methods of spiritual fitness that you can apply easily and see immediate improvements in your life. Each step of the 21-Day challenge is also customized so that you can do as much or as little as you feel comfortable with. The truth is that just as our bodies need physical fitness and exercise to stay healthy and disease-free, we, as spiritual beings (note: in Sanskrit, one’s spiritual self is called, atma) need daily care for us to be happy and balanced.