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The Yoga Institute of Mumbai/Bombay is one of the oldest organized centers of Yoga in India as well as the world.

Yoga Institute Mumbai




Yoga Institute Mumbai
About The Yoga Institute of Mumbai
The Yoga Institute is situated at Prabhat Colony in Santacruz, Mumbai. It was founded by Shri Yogendraji in the year 1918. The Yoga Institute of Mumbai holds the distinction of being one of the oldest organized centers of Yoga in India as well as the world. It is a non-profit organization, devoted to physical, moral and psychic self-education of an individual, with the help of yoga. Presently, it is being run by Dr. Jaydeva, Hansaji and Shri Patanjali.

Shri Yogendraji
Shri Yogendraji met his Guru, Shri Paramahamsa Madhavdasaji, during his college life. From that moment onwards, he became a firm believer in Yoga. He received education in Yoga at Paramahamsa Madhavadasaji's ashram in Malsar, Gujarat. On the completion of his education, he left the ashram to spread the knowledge throughout the world. Thus began his first step towards the establishment of the Yoga Institute in Bombay city of India.

Health camps
Regular health camps are organized at The Yoga Institute of Mumbai. These residential camps stretch over seven days and are quite renowned. Two-days camps are also organized here.

Teacher Training Programs
Those individuals who have completed the seven-days yoga camps organized by the institute can apply for Yoga Teachers Training course of 7 months (in English) and one year (in Hindi).

How to Reach Yoga Institute of Mumbai

By Air
There is both a domestic as well as international airport in Mumbai, serviced by all the major domestic and international airlines.

By Rail
The main railway station of Mumbai is the Chattrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST). It is connected with all the key cities in India.

By Road
An extensive network of roads and state highways link Mumbai with the rest of the country.

Local Transport
Buses local trains, taxis and auto rickshaws are easily available for commuting within the city.








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