Yog - The Way to Good Health and Wellbeing
Healthy Living Through Yog and Pranayam
A simple regime of seven breathing exercises, seven asans (physical postures) and seven light exercises is advocated by Swami Ramdev Ji Maharaj as a formula for curing or managing most diseases and maintaining good health.
Swami Ramdev Ji, the world's leading yogmaster, established Patanjali Yog Peeth (UK) Trust in 2006, with the specific aim of promoting the ancient Indian science of yog and thus spreading its benefits as widely as possible in the UK.
Under Swami Ramdev Ji’s guidance, the thousands who attend his yog camps and the millions who watch his daily televised broadcasts all over the world have been cured of various diseases and ailments and have gone on to lead healthier and more purposeful lives.
Free Yoga Classes in London's Hyde Park starting July 2011
All enquiries should be directed to the PYPT (UK) Trust Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Make your donation here
To support PYPT's mission of a disease-free world, you may make donations by cheque or credit card.
Watch Swami Ramdev on TV daily
Swami Ramdev Ji's programmes on yog/pranayam are broadcast daily on Aastha (free-to-view in UK on Sky Channel '849'), Zee TV (Sky Channel '788'), Zee Cafe (Sky Channel '798') and Sahara One (Sky Channel '817')at the following UK times:
5:00am - 7:30am and
7:00pm - 8:00pm
5:30am to 6:30am
4:30am to 5:30am
10:00am to 10:30am
Aastha TV is now available in the USA on DISH Network Channel no '648'
Medical Advisory Board
To provide scientific validation of the positive outcomes of the practice of Yog and Pranayam, a Medical Advisory Board [MAB] was established in
the UK in the summer of 2006 under the aegis of Swami Ramdev Ji and Acharya Balkrishan Ji.
The MAB is directed to
facilitate, co-ordinate and initiate research to demonstrate the impact of yog/pranayam on various diseases and on primary prevention.
Patanjali Parivar Milan - March 2012
On 17 March 2012, over 750 PYPT Members, Yog Teachers and their families...
got together in the UK to celebrate the success of PYPT activities in local communities across the world. The event will be telecasted on Aastha (Sky channel '849') on Sunday 25 March 2012 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm UK time.
Knowledge of Yog in the Community
Self Development Programme
Our self development programme is designed for individuals wishing to gain knowledge on the basic principles of how to lead a healthy life. The understanding gained from this can be used to support family and loved ones to adopt a healthier approach to life. The tuition of Yog Asanas, Mudras and Breathing techniques are excellent, engaging, enlightening and entertaining and welcomes beginners.
Yog Teacher Training
We provide Yog Teacher Training
If you love practicing yoga or would like to be introduced to the world of Yoga, here is your chance to participate in a teachers' certification course. Even if you do not plan on teaching, this is a good training program that will deepen your practice and increase your knowledge of the philosophy of Yoga through the human body, mind and soul. Yog teachers training is available to those individuals of sound means who wish to devote some time teaching yog and thus participate in Swami Ramdev ji's mission to create a disease-free society.
Our Yog Teachers training comprises of 3 different levels which is of 200 hours of class level training, self study and practice. AYT level 1 is 60 hrs, AYT level 2 is 50 hrs and Level 3 Training is 90 hrs.
Further details on yog teacher training courses may be obtained from the PYPT office - click on 'more' below.
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Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever
~ Mahatma Gandhi
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win
~ Mahatma Gandhi
Assistant Yog Teachers Training - Ilford (London) & Manchester (May/June 2013)
Patanjali Yogpeeth Haridwar (India) - Service Projects
18 Glorious Years of the development of Patanjali Yog Peeth Hardwar (India)
Open day Yoga in Reading on 20th January 2013
Wishing all a Happy, Prosperous & Healthy New Year!
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