By working in partnership, we can make yoga available to more people. Once you help the people around you transform into healthier, more energized and more joyful humans, naturally, you will also receive the benefits!
Contributing to a yoga programme is incredibly rewarding. Being a part of making what happened to you happen for someone else can be the most beautiful experience of your life.
Whether you can contribute, time, space, equipment, skills, contacts, money or moral support, you are invited to become a partner!
can happen for single events, or be more long-term.
The session was attended by Ambassdor Amandeep Gill, who gave an introductory talk.
21st June celebration at the Headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva.
Teaching and addressing the 300+ participants. Discussing yoga with Francis Gurry, Director General of WIPO.
18th June teaching session at the Headquarters of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva. Around 250 participants attended.
Ambassador Ajit Kumar receiving a photo of the Dhyanalinga, during the preparations for the first International Day of Yoga 2015.
Rajiv Sinha, Consul General, Indian
Mission Geneva, participating in Isha
Yoga class, EPFL, Lausanne, 21st June, 2015.
Isha volunteers at the United Nations celebration of the first International Day of Yoga, 21st June, 2015.
The Ambassadors from all three wings of the Permanent Mission of India in Geneva have been pleased to receive Sadhguru's Book "Inner Engineering: A Yogi's Guide to Joy". From left to right: Ambassador Ajit Kumar (Ambassador to the United Nations and other International Organizations), Ambassador Anjali Prasad (Ambassador to World Trade Organization) and Ambassador Amandeep Singh Gill (Ambassador to
Conference on Disarmament).
Left: The UN Director General Michael Møller personally attended the International Days of Yoga 2015 & 2016.
Right: the UN Director General receiving a copy of Sadhguru’s book “Inner Engineering,” 2016.