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About Sri krishna Yoga Foundation

Sri krishna yoga foundation belief origin of Yoga science. The yoga science is one.Just as specialties in one medical science do not separate medical science,so the various specialties within yoga do not make many yogas.

Hatha yoga, Laya yoga ,Nada yoga, Mantra yoga,Kundalini yoga,so forth are simple various emphases to help perfect different areas of Human personality ,in different stages of an aspirant's development.

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Better Life With Perfect Body

We offer a variety of yoga courses including yoga alliance the USA Registered Yoga teacher training courses in Rishikesh( Yoga &Meditation TTC) for beginner, intermediate & advanced levels of students

100,200-hour yoga & meditation TTC and other yoga Courses. yoga & meditation Retreat, mindfulness Retreat, Silence Retreat, Kundalini yoga Retreat, Ashtanga vinyasa Retreat including adjustment alignments & Traditional Hatha yoga Retreat Programs in Rishikesh, India. .

What we do

Benifits of Yoga

Yoga offers physical and mental health benefits for people of all ages. And, if you’re going through an illness, recovering from surgery or living with a chronic condition, yoga can become an integral part of your treatment and potentially hasten healing.

Increases blood flow

Yoga gets your blood flowing. More specifically, the relaxation exercises you learn in yoga can help your circulation, especially in your hands and feet.

Increased Flexibility

Improved flexibility is one of the first and most obvious benefits of yoga. During your first class, you probably won’t be able to touch your toes, never mind do a backbend.

Strong Body life

Strong muscles do more than look good. They also protect us from conditions like arthritis and back pain, and help prevent falls in elderly people.

Helps you focus

An important component of yoga is focusing on the present. Studies have found that regular yoga practice improves coordination, reaction time,memory.

Himalayan Masters

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Master of Enlightment

Swami Vivekanand

Raja Yoga

Swami Rama

Himalayan Tradition


Integral Yoga

Path Of Yogic Life


Lord Krishna delivered this message in the holiest of Hindu texts, the 'Bhagavad Gita.' The allegorical story details how to reach spiritual realisation through 18 paths of 'yoga' or 'union.'

Sri Krishna Yoga (SKYoga) Foundation believes that every person, from every background, of any age, race, colour or creed can fulfill their life's purpose by following Lord Krishna's timeless teachings. SKY's lifelong, award-winning yogis take a holistic approach to yoga, by teaching students how to live according to the 'Eight Limbs of Yoga.'

SKY's teachers live according to the ancient Vedic scriptures in the 21st century, and offer students a rare insight into how this sacred knowledge can be practically adapted into modern day life. SKY teaches students to access the limitless power within, to not only better themselves, but also better the lives of others.

Sri Krishna Yoga (SKYoga) Foundation was founded by Yogi Sukra Chiantanya. After teaching numerous courses, drop-in-classes, retreats and workshops, plus implementing schedules and programmes at yoga schools and ashrams throughout India, both discovered that the authentic science of yoga that had been developed over thousands of years was only being taught in a select number of Indian schools. As dedicated scholars who had practiced traditional yoga throughout his live, he formed a common belief that people get the best results from yoga when it is taught according to the tradition. The content of yoga should not change, but the way how it was being taught did.

Yogi Sukra Chaitanya has taken these teachings, and made them relevant to 21st century life. Their holistic approach to yoga combined with their warm hearts inspire students and other teachers alike.


Yama Integrit, Niyama Self-discipline, Asana Physical postures, Pranayama Breathing, Pratyahara Control of the senses, Dharana Concentration, Dhyana Meditation..., Samadhi Eternal Bliss,

" To work we have the right, but not to the fruits thereof." Leave the fruits alone. Why care for results? If you wish to help a man, never think what that man's attitude should be towards you .If you want to do a great or a good work, do not trouble to think what the result will be.

Krishna did everything but without any attachment; he was in the world, but not of it. " Do all work but without attachment; work for works sake, never for yourself ."

" Endued with this evenness of Buddhi , one frees oneself in this very life, alike from virtue and vice; devote yourself, therefore, to this yoga . Yoga is efficiency in action."