TYOGA is a place of Yogic Learning, Teachings and Practices for all. It is the gateway and home to the ancient Tamil Cittar linage.
Our centres teach within a Kurukulam system to ensure that all students gain in their journey with us. Our students engage in Learning, Practising, Experiencing, Discovering and finally Enjoying in the skill, knowledge, training they have gained from us to be global citizens and unique individuals - who are capable of making an impact in a changing world and on others.
Discover our range of activities we offer during these pandemic times in 2021; Residential Course for Youth, a Profession for Youth as a Yoga Master, Retreat for Spiritual Seekers and On-Line Courses Practices and Workshops on Yogic Lifestyle and Practices.
At TYOGA, the yogic Lifestyle sets our family and students to engage in robust debate, develop academic and practical rigour, and gain the skills required to being a unique personality and person and become an ambassador in the Cittar Yogam system of living one’s life out.
At TYOGA we adopt a Cittar view and work around it. It is about designing your own intellectual journey – Karma!
Learn a language alongside your Course
Yoga Professional Master Course students will have the opportunity to learn 3 different languages in the 3 years course with us which we offer as a module choice within our programmes of study.
Our central India location in Tamil Nadu
"Tamil Nadu offers up, one of the greatest student experiences in the world."
Throughout its history, spanning the early Upper Paleolithic age to modern times, this region has coexisted with various external cultures. The three ancient Tamil dynasties namely Chera, Chola, and Pandya were of ancient origins. Together they ruled over this land with a unique culture and language, contributing to the growth of some of the oldest extant literature in the world.
In Attirampakkam, archaeologists from the Sharma Centre for Heritage Education excavated ancient stone tools which suggests that a humanlike population existed in the Tamil Nadu region somewhere around 300,000 years before homo sapiens arrived from Africa.
Centuries-old religious traditions infuse every detail in this southern Indian state, from the temples to the trees to agriculture. A journey through its colorful layers of history reveals an India unlike any other. Tamil Nadu might best be thought of as a country within a country. Its more than 70 million residents’ power the third-largest state economy in India. Traditional Tamil culture, tradition and language, date back thousands of years, remain vigorously alive.