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Yoga Bharati is a non-profit, voluntary organization. We conduct yoga classes, workshops and programs aimed at creating awareness about yoga and its philosophy. Our mission is to build awareness regarding the ancient Indian philosophy and its relevance to the entire humanity. Our goal is to build a team of motivated volunteers to achieve our mission and vision.

Kerala Ayurveda Academy kerala_ayurveda_logo_1 

The vision of Kerala Ayurveda Academy is to serve as an authentic source of Ayurvedic education, research and community health care.
 Ayurveda and Yoga are sister sciences and belong to the world’s oldest and most well documented healthcare system. Ayurveda, the science (Veda) of life (Ayur), balances the body using natural therapies and herbal medicines and balances the mind. Yoga, the science of mind brings balance and purity to the body. The two complement each other and together act to achieve harmony of the Body, Mind and Spirit – which is the essence of true health. Kerala Ayurveda Academy invites you to embark on a journey into the world of Ayurveda. We are confident that it is in this ancient, harmonious and holistic healthcare science that you will discover your innate potential for wellness and learn the tools to maintain health in all facets of living. 

Vedika Global VedikaGlobalLogo_2015

 Vedika Global, Inc. is a spiritual foundation dedicated to elevating consciousness, building community, and serving humanity through illumination of India’s Vedic spiritual traditions of Ayurveda, Yoga, and Vedanta. The core spiritual values of Vedika Global are Sadhana, Satsangha and Seva. Vedika Global’s Founder, Acharya Shunya, has taken a deliberate step towards preserving, teaching, and practicing Ayurveda in its original, classical form and Vedic spiritual context.
This preservation, teaching, and practice of Ayurveda is embedded and anchored fully in its traditional Vedic background and culture. Additionally, effort has been made to keep this body of health wisdom intact, via a living and breathing curriculum of lived health practices and sacred spiritual rituals, which bypass the “memorization and testing drill” common to modern Ayurveda learning institutions.