Vedanta In Perth

Vedanta Institute Perth (VIP) is a non-profit-organisation dedicated to educating people on the ancient wisdom of Vedanta; a philosophy that originated in Himalayas over 10,000 years ago.

Vedanta presents the higher values and eternal principles of life and living. Learning these creates inner peace and tranquility, coupled with boundless energy—a combination that promotes mental health, happiness and physical wellbeing.

Vedanta teaches the technique of living in a scientific and systematic manner–enabling you to handle life’s challenges and changes with dignity, poise and ease. Moreover, Vedanta reduces stress (fear, worry and anxiety) and increases productivity, making you both effective and peaceful.

Vedanta Institute Perth is one of many Vedanta Institutes throughout the world. Each one working under the umbrella of Vedanta World, which runs the Vedanta Academy in India.

Upcoming Retreats

  • Gnana Yoga Retreat

    Gnana Yoga Retreat

    What distracts us from inner peace is our ego and expectations. The practice of Gnana Yoga reduces ego and quietens the mind by reducing…

  • Vedanta Yoga Retreat India

    Vedanta Yoga Retreat India

    The Vedanta Yoga Retreat takes place at the home of Spirituality, the Vedanta Academy in India. The retreat provides a rare opportunity to take stock …

  • Vedanta Yoga Retreat India

    Vedanta International Retreat

    Five days to pause and reflect on your life. The retreat is designed to introduce yourself to your Self through the fundamental teachings of Vedanta.

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

  • Vedanta Class

    Vedanta Masterclass

    Transform yourself and your life with Vedanta, the ancient philosophy that originated in the Himalayas over 10,000 years ago.

  • Your Personality Type

    What type of person are you? Are you Sattvic (peaceful, reflective), Rajasic (busy, busy, busy) or Tamasic (lazy, lethargic)?

  • Stress Management

    Do you blame the traffic when you’re late? Do you blame others when you’re upset? Do you blame work when you’re feeling stressed?