(Last Updated on : 14/03/2017)
Yoga Institutes in India are established to teach Yoga
- the natural science of health. These institutes have eminent instructors or Gurus who guide the students ensuring that they get maximum benefit out of yoga
Yoga is an ancient practice in India. It helps for betterment of ones body and mind. Yoga is an exercise
process that is also associated with Dhyana
or proper breathing. India has witnessed many yoga gurus who adopted the art of yoga, which was once deeply established in the heart of India. Now a days Yoga practicing has again become popular by ceaseless effort of many yoga gurus
Different Yoga Institutes in India were established to continue with the study, practice and research on yoga. The yoga institutes are not only confined within the country but they have spread their galore in many other parts of the world so that yoga can gain worldwide popularity. There are various Yoga Institutes in India and these renowned institutes are spread all over the country.
Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute
The oldest known yoga institute is Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute
which was founded by Swami Kuvalayananda in the year 1924. It was established at Lonavala of Maharashtra
. Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute was established with an aim to restructure the Indian colonial society with the spiritual values and through revival of ancient Yogic discipline.
Yoga Institute in Santa Cruz
Another prominent yoga institutes that is considered to be one of the oldest institutes of Yoga is the Yoga Institute in Santa Cruz
. The founder of Yoga Institute in Santa Cruz was Sri Yogendra (1897-1989) who played a key role in developing medical Hatha Yoga
, a form of Yoga.
Among all the premier institutes, Patanjali
Yogapeeth has achieved reputation all over the country as well as in the world too for teaching the yoga to aspirants. Patanjali Yogapeeth is an Institute of Medical Science and Research in Yoga and Ayurveda
. Patanjali Yogapeeth has 2 campuses, Patanjali Yogapeeth-I and Patanjali Yogapeeth-II, with locations in the United Kingdom, United States, Nepal, Canada and Mauritius. Ramdev
, a modern Indian saint
established the Patanjali Yogapeeth Trust in 2006, with the aim of promoting the ancient Indian science of yoga.
Parmarth Niketan is an ashram located in Rishikesh
. It was founded in 1942 by Swami Shukdevanand (1901-1965). It is the largest ashram in Rishikesh, providing its thousands of pilgrims who come from all corners of the Earth with a clean, pure and sacred atmosphere as well as abundant, beautiful gardens.
Other Yoga Institutes in India
Other foremost yoga institutes in the country have been flourishing in India are Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute, Asthanga Yoga Research Institute
, Parmarth Niketan located at Rishikesh, Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram
School of Yoga, Sivananda Vedanta Natraja Centre
and many other Yoga institutes, which are promoting Yoga in India and the world as well.
In the eastern
and north-eastern states of India
) and Bhubaneshwar
), there are many Yoga institutes encourage Yoga to kids and the ages of all. The northern
regions of the country are abode of yoga institutes. All the Yoga Institutes in India aim for a calm atmosphere and also help in practicing Yoga for a healthy mind and body.