Karma Yoga – Be mindful that all you learn at school is to serve the society through giving, helping and caring for humanity, our environment and species around us.
Bhakti Yoga – Love all beings equally. Love is the primary principle that should guide all our actions.
Raja Yoga – Have an aim in life and focus all your thoughts, emotions and actions towards achieving that aim.
Jnana Yoga – Learn in order to be wise. Learn all that you require to lead a successful, happy and fruitful life. Learn about yourself, the world and God (Truth).


Integral Education that nurtures the innate divinity and potential of children and youth


To provide education that focuses on the physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual development of children and youth by establishing independent schools based on the principles of Integral Yoga.


Serve:   Using knowledge and skills gained, to serve society,

Love:    Loving all beings equally,

Focus:  To have an aim in life,

Learn:  To learn about themselves, the world and God.

The name ‘Children of Light’ has been derived from Swami Sivananda, as this is the way He would address children. All beings are ‘light’ and their essential nature is ‘light’. Every being is innately Divine. Integral Yoga is the means of once again becoming aware of that innate divinity.

Swami Sivananda called this ‘Divine Life’: to live in the world whilst remaining aware of the Divine and hence living in accord with the Divine.

The primary aim of the Children of Light School is to promote Integral Education, assisting children to maintain the awareness of the Divine within themselves whilst simultaneously learning about living in the world. Integral Yoga therefore forms the foundation of Life is Yoga Programme which will form part of the school curriculum by infusing it with every activity and subject. The school will function from Grade 0 to Grade 12, however this will take place gradually and in phases, subject to funding and capacity. The structure of the classes will be small in number with a maximum of ten children per class. This allows for individual attention and interaction. The aim is to conduct a small, intimate programme that will make meaningful and long term changes to an individual. This will undoubtedly create a ripple effect.


Inspired by Swami Sivananda