About Us

Yoga means Union; Kulam means centre of education and excellence, like Guru-Kulam. Yog-Kulam will be utilizing ancient learning method to develop the knowledge and will be focused on education, training and research in the field of Yoga.

We aim to promote deeper knowledge of Yoga and practise Yoga as ‘Way of life’. We strive to protect and preserve the authenticity of ancient Yoga knowledge. We endeavour to establish communication and collaboration with other organisations having similar objectives. We thrive to foster community cohesion in society. Our name in true sense, symbolizes aims of our organisation.

Our Mission

We aim to bring together the experience of modern education and ancient yoga, to teach the techniques and tools of yoga in the school system.

Our Plan

Our main focus is to serve educational institutions by transforming level of excellence in physical, mental and emotional abilities.

Our Vision

Yoga to be integrated in modern education for all round development of children. Yoga will guide each child to reach its maximum potential. Through Yoga we aim to secure our children’s bright future.

Why Yog-Kulam

Currently, Yog-Kulam is working on integrating ancient Yoga with our education system, with an aim of comprehensive development of our children. Over the course of time, different styles of Yoga have developed, we aim to bring it all under one roof.


In 2020, During lockdown we organised Happyoga events. Which improved and developing children by using Yoga.


Teen Yoga is currently working with Leeds, York and Sheffield universities to conduct research into how mindfulness in schools could be most effective for young people.

Yoga in UK

In the UK, where yoga has been popular since the 1960s, the benefits are well documented. Regular work out has improved quality of life. This is a good example for rest of the World.

UK-based Teen Yoga

In UK, UK-based Teen Yoga, has observed that mindful yoga has a “profoundly positive effect on all pupils academically, emotionally and socially”.

Mindful yoga

Mindful yoga in High School in Martham, Norfolk, has shown clear signs of improvement on behaviour of kids.

Techniques to improve

Schools such as Ralph Allen, in Bath, and Sedgehill, in south-east London, have even begun using the techniques to improve the wellbeing of their teachers.

Call To Action

Phone: +44(0) 7564 674 669/ Email: info@yog-kulam.org

Call To Action

Important milestone events in the past.

  • 2013 Hyde Park (Central London) First Yoga session in public by Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh UK.
  • 2014, 21st June - International Yoga Day (IYD) started by Shri Narendra Modi, 193 Countries agreed to participate
  • 2016 (IYD) took place at Shaard 82 floor 5 AM
  • 2017 (IYD) took place at Trafalgar Square
  • 2018 First Research paper was presented


2016 IYD was celebrated in Shaard 82 floor 5 AM

Trafalgar Sqaure

2017 IYD was celebrated at Trafalgar Square (Central London)

Hyde Park

2013 First Yoga session held in public (Central London)

Hyde Park

2014 21st June First International Yoga Day (IYD) held at Hyde Park

Tower Bridge

2015 IYD was held at Tower Bridge, 193 Countries agreed to take part in IYD


Practices seem to influence the external behaviour related to body. Some practices seem to influence the internal behaviour related to mind by acting on processes which are a common integral part of the production of behaviour namely the ability to receive environmental stimuli, to consolidate, retain and restore information. Some yogic practices seem to influence the intellectual behaviour. Some practices seem to influence the spiritual behaviour by keeping a harmony between external and internal behaviours.

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