Founded by Sri Swami Vishnudevananda, disciple of Sri Swami Sivananda of Rishikesh, the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres organisation with locations around the world is dedicated to the teaching of classical yoga and vedanta to promote physical, mental and spiritual health. The Organisation is recognised internationally as one of the most important and authentic yoga institutions in the world. A global network of Ashrams and City Centres offer teachings on all aspects of yoga and meditation-including our world-renowned teacher training courses-yogic studies including raja yoga and vedanta and sacred culture programmes. Our founder Swami Vishnudevananda synthesised the essence of yoga into five principles that could be easily incorporated into daily life. These comprise the core teachings of the four paths of classical, traditional yoga and make the wisdom of the ancient sages easily accessible to beginner and the more experienced alike.

Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centre Nataraja at Delhi was founded in 1992 and is now located in the quiet and leafy area of  Kailash Colony. We have two asana halls, one meditation hall, and a garden area—a quiet haven away from the hubbub of the city—and walking distance from Kailash Colony metro station.

On-site Upcoming Courses & Classes

The Sivananda Experience

Yoga Courses

Whether you are new to yoga or planning to restart your practice after break or looking to strengthen the foundation of your existing practice, our courses will guide you through every aspect of the journey.

Yoga Classes

Designed for people who are familiar with hatha yoga practice, our open classes focus on building strength, flexibility and vitality in the body while calming the mind. We also offer special classes for kids, pregnant ladies and senior citizens.


Yoga Programmes

Expand your knowledge of the science of Yoga. From asana and pranayama, to diets and kriya, to vedanta and stress management, our workshops helps you explore new topics as well as dive deeper into special areas of interest.