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Amrita Yoga report 2022

September 29, 2022 - 9:31
Amrita Yoga report 2022

Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi, affectionately known as Amma, sustains Her utmost teaching that selfless service with compassion is the foundation of all other spiritual practices. Through Her many activities, Amma upholds the ancient tradition of Yoga as the recipe for a healthy life as well as inner and external purity. With an aim to equip oneself with essential knowledge, tackle life situations, and build a personality and a discriminative mind, based on Amma’s teachings, the Mata Amritanandamayi Math (MAM) initiated yoga activities for ashram inmates in 1980.

Inspired by Amma, monastic residents and trained volunteers of MAM, began teaching Amrita Yoga from the early 1980s, and people from all walks of life have been initiated into Yoga, to lead a peaceful, harmonious, and complete life.

Since the early days, Yoga was part of daily life at the Amritapuri ashram and through MAM’s ashram branches, institutions, international centres and dedicated volunteers, more than 73,00,000 people across the globe have participated in Amrita Yoga and Integrated Amrita Meditation programs.

Through MAM’s 150 + centres in India and global centres, 65 Amrita Vidyalayam and other schools, Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University, Amrita Hospitals, Amrita Yuva Dharma Dhara (AYUDH), Amrita SeRVe villages program, balakendra and other units, specialist trainers teach Amrita Yoga and Integrated Amrita Meditation to people belonging to all age groups – in schools, universities, industrial organizations, corporates and the like. The units have also led International Day of Yoga celebrations since its inception on June 21, 2015. Amrita Yoga had been the official coorganizer of the IDY celebrations in the past, along with the Indian Embassies in Denmark, Chicago and Norway.

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