About Us

About YES

“Yog Sikhshan Sansthan” is a registered trust for the promotion and propagation of different dimensions of yoga. In view of the growing popularity of yoga practices our yoga sansthan provides training, teaching, therapy and yoga sports assistance at a single window for the welfare of yoga aspirants through highly experienced and well qualified experts. We emphasise that all yoga practitioners become physically fit, mentally alert, emotionally balanced, spiritually high and socially reputed through scientific modules of traditional yoga heritage of India.

Teaching & Training for Job oriented exams in yoga.

Guidance and career counselling for academic yoga degree, Diploma courses e.g. (P.G Dip., M.A/M.Sc. etc.)

Regular Yoga Classes in Morning & Evening for fitness & wellness

Therapeutical counselling for specific ailments.

Coaching for yogasan sports championships and guidance for participation in District/State/National/International yoga competitions.


Why Choose Us?

All programs are conducted by competent, authentic, highly experienced experts. Training, teaching, guidance and counselling imparted from original literature. Working for the last more than 40 Years to promote yoga for all categories yoga seekers for Health, Happiness & Harmony.

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What Student’s Say



Yoga has the capability to change your entire world, It cured me when nothing else could. It is the shortest way to cover the longest journey of knowing “your own self”. For me, it is yoga for life.


Dr. Shila Singh

Yoga not only boosts one’s physical health, but also help improving physiological, mental as well as the spiritual health. Through regular practice of yoga individual can control its mind, body and soul leading to peace – Dr Shila Singh ( 5 time national yoga champion)



In asana practice we learn to cherish each breath, to cherish every cell in our bodies. The time we spend on the mat is love in action.



True Yoga is not about the shape of your body, but the shape of your life. Yoga is not to be performed, yoga is to be lived.



The very heart of yoga practice is ‘abyhasa’ steady effort in the direction we want to go.



Remember, it doesn’t matter how deep into a posture you go – what does matter is who you are when you get there.