Yogathon: Taking Yoga To Everybody

“India is the land where yoga was born and we must finally
take the responsibility to spread it everywhere, starting from classrooms” 

~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar


Today people across the world are accepting yoga as an effective practice to have a healthy and happy lifestyle. This Indian philosophy has been an integral part of our culture since a very long time.

On the International Day of Yoga, we wish to celebrate this day with everybody across the world. Join us for the biggest ever Yoga gathering and Yoga session – The Art of Living Yogathon.

This event is open to all and will bring people together from all walks of life to practice and experience the immense benefits of Yoga.

People from age 8-80 are invited to participate in this unique fun-filled yoga event. The event will be a beautiful blend of asana practice, pranayamas and meditation.

Those who wish to challenge themselves can participate in Yogathon and strive to finish 54 sets, i.e. 108 rounds of Surya Namaskar in a stipulated time.


Gift of Yoga - Yogdaan

International Day of Yoga is a time for all of us to share the experience of the power and joy of Yoga.

Art of Living Yoga teachers are doing Yog Daan throughout the Month of May by organizing Free-entry Yog Shibirs for everyone, all across the country. The Yog Shibir spread over three days, includes beautiful knowledge about Yoga as shared by our ancestors, energizing asana practice and relaxing meditations in its two hour session daily.

So, come and join with thousands of people in this celebration!

For more details, contact:

Contact Us


The Art of Living Yoga Desk


+91 80 67433610


Past Achievements

  • The first National level Art of Living Yogathon was organized in India on World Health Day, 7th April 2012, which saw over 1.3 million people’s participation.
  • In the year 2013, Yogathon went global with participation by over 25 nations.
  • The most recent Art of Living Yogathon on 14 December 2014 saw over 1.8 million people participate only in India.