Indian Association of Yoga (IAOY) with its headquarters located in New Delhi, is an international organization engaged in propagating the academic, therapeutic and research application of yoga. So far, the association has set up branches in several states of India, number of regional yoga organizations and groups which have enrolled numerous members or regions are involved in yoga cultural research, yoga teaching and training and yoga industry development etc.

IAOY is totally dedicated to propagation and quality of Education, Therapy and Research in the area of Yoga. I A O Y provides a platform to closely and widely connect the world, it holds periodical yoga academic conferences jointly with yoga branch yoga associations and organizations all over the India, jointly with yoga masters from different states and regions exploring the profound insights of the ancient yoga culture, discussing the development of yoga health practice, thus jointly promoting the internationalization of yoga culture.

IAOY provides registration, affiliation and accreditations to Yoga Institutes all over India. It provides registration/memberships to Yoga Instructors/Teachers and also provide the registration of Job Seekers in the area of Yoga.

IAOY organizes the Yoga Competitions/championships all over the India and conducts Yoga training programme for teachers, doctors, corporate persons, police men, police officers, army, army officers’ media persons and other groups.

IAOY work for the promotion of spiritual activities among people for spiritual up-liftmen. It is also involve in improving physical and mental health care provisions among the population, by means of Yoga, Ayurveda, Naturopathy, as well as allopathic medicine and Psychotherapy.


I A O Y is sincerely involve in the wellness of people suffering with Common disorders. Techniques of Yoga helps the aspirant to channelize and harness the cosmic energy for self- Healing. Consequently, it produces peace and positive feelings in the mind of the aspirant. It rejuvenates and energizes the body. Development and healing is brought about from within. Regular practice of Asanas, pranayama and meditation can help such diverse ailments such as diabetes, blood pressure, digestive disorders, arthritis, arteriosclerosis, chronic fatigue, asthma, varicose veins and heart conditions. Laboratory tests have proved the yogi's increased abilities of consciously controlling autonomic or involuntary functions, such as temperature, heartbeat and blood pressure. Research into the effects of yogic practices on HIV is currently underway with promising results.

According to medical scientists, yoga therapy is successful because of the balance created in the nervous and endocrine systems which directly influences all the other systems and organs of the body. Yoga acts both as a curative and preventive therapy. The very essence of yoga lies in attaining mental peace, improved concentration powers, a relaxed state of living and harmony in relationships.

Under the flagship of IAOY Indian council of Yoga Therapy aims to rediscover the therapeutic aspect of Yoga to rejuvenate the Humanity. With above aim and objective it provides the therapeutic service to the Hospitals, Health centers and Psycho- clinics and the seekers as well.


In daily life, Yoga helps the person to attain a relaxed state of mind. It provides the aspirant vitality, vigor and zest to carry out his life. All negative blocks in the mind are removed. The body is cleansed of all the impurities and toxins. Personal power is enhanced by the practice of yoga. One learns to identify their own inner resources and draw upon the energy needed from their own inner sources. It helps one to increase his or her awareness, i.e. self-awareness. It helps in attention focus and concentration.

The whole science of yoga has one view in common-to gain health, personal power, to develop knowledge and attain peace of mind. It also reduces stress, tension in the physical body, activates the parasympathetic nervous system. With these aims and objective I A O Y conducts Yoga Training Programs for teachers, doctors, corporate persons, police men, police officers, army, army officers, media persons and other Groups. It provide Yoga education to children of all communities irrespective of their race, religion, caste or creed in general and to prepare them to become mature and responsible citizens of the country through all-round physical, intellectual, academic, moral and spiritual development based on valued derived from the life.

Indian Association of Yoga conducts various workshops and Yoga Training Programs for the aspirants, academics and Executives. It includes various organizations of corporate sector, Academic institutions and Health centers.

IAOY conducts 5 days, 10 days & 200 Hours Yoga Teachers training program in various Yoga centers in India. Several regional and state centers are involved in this holy program since a longer time. IAOY provides individual Yoga training with the help of registered Yoga instructor to the aspirant on their demand in various cities as well.

To join the training program or conduct program at your own place write to the Training cell of IAOY indianassociationofyoga@gmail.com


Swami Vivekananda Swami Shivananda Saraswati Sri Ram Sharma Acharya Swami Satyananda Saraswati
B.K.S Iyenger

Honorary Members

Siddha Suraj Nath, Rajasthan Gautam Deepesh Yogi, Punjab Yogi Muktesh, West Bengal P Rajyaguru
Yogi Surajnath Siddha
Yogi Buddhadeva Deepesh
Sanyasi Muktesh
West Bengal
P Rajyaguru
Vikash Kumar Vikash Kumar Dr. Paul Madan
Dr. Kamakhya Kumar Dr. Vikash Kumar Dr. Paul Madan

Working Committee

Gajendra Rai, Delhi Uma Shankar Prasad, Bihar Yatindra Kaudinya, Uttarakhand Anvita Singh
Sh. Gajendra Rai
New Delhi
Sh. Umashankar Prasad
Dr. Kanchan Joshi
Dr. Yatindra Dutta Amoli
Dr. Anvita Singh
Bhopal, M.P.
Dr. A.P. Verma, U.P Dr. Amit Tyagi Somdutt Tiwari
Dr. Ajay Pal Verma
Dr. Amit Tyagi
Gurgaon, Haryana
Dr. Somdutta Tiwary
Dr. Amit Negi
Dr. Kanta Pr. Pokhriyal
Noida, U.P.

Professional Members

V.C.Ramakrishnan Dr. Barbara white Dr. Anita Negi Pratibha Dagar Ranjana Rauniyar
Ruchita Bharat Deepak Negi Hem Chandra Joshi Ravi Prakash Balodi Narendra Singh
Dinesh Patel Dr. M.Rajajeyakumar  

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Indian Association of Yoga with its headquarters located in New Delhi, is an international organization engaged in propagating the academic, therapeutic and research application of yoga.



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