In this day of abundance and availability of yoga teachers from substandard to barely meeting expectations, a1000yoga Academy has been delivering high quality courses consistently, raising its own benchmark, training yoga teachers holistically to make meaningful difference in people’s life; delivering reliable & consistent quality of yogic & life affirming practices.

a1000yoga Academy now is a hall-mark and most sought after school for quality and reliable yoga courses ranging from beginner to advance level, and offering specialisation in teaching children, special needs children and pre-post natal yoga practitioners.

We at a1000yoga firmly believe in ”One teacher, one student,… can change the world”, with this in mind we routinely, through our community of yoga teacher reach out to groups of people that would otherwise not have the opportunity to experience yoga for the first time or do yoga on a regular basis.  We term this as Seva – performing action without expecting a monetary benefit in return , for the greater good of the wider community.

Seva is conducted at NGOs, schools with under-privileged children, hospitals, other similar organisations. The Student group is advised to do the required homework, necessary formalities to ensure safe and smooth conducting of 4 hours of yoga classes at the chosen location.

If you would like to contribute to the society in the form Seva or would like our teachers to perform Seva at your organisation or if you would like more information on our Seva please reach out to us at

Below are the list of places where Seva was conducted in the year 2017-2018.

  1. Karunashray(Bangalore Hospice Trust) : Old Airport – Varthur Main Road, Next to Shankara Eye Hospital, Kundalahalli Gate, Marathahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037, Ph : Sister Sheena (9632557646)
  2. Government Model Primary School, Tavarekere, Ph: Seetha Lakshmi (9901680401)
  3. Seva Sadan Association: 14th cross, Malleswaram, Bangalore: 560003 Ph: Sri Lakshmi (08023347830)
  4. Arun Rainbow Home: 27, Chennai middle school, Jaganathapuram, Chetpet. Chennai 600031. Contact person: Sandhya; Phone: 9962377699
  5. Mary Clubwala Jadhav Girls HR. Sec. School (part of Guild of  Service organization, Chennai) Ph: Ms. SHOBHA- (9677917595)
  6. The Adarane Charitable Trust (R) reg by Govt. of Karnataka Contact: Mr. Guru Prasad (9916744744)
  7. Air Force Colony: Yelahanka
  8. Madhu Mansion : 8,3rd Cross,5th Main,Vasa layout, Dodda Nekkundi Post, Marathahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560037. Ph: Samson Santosh (95917 68570)
  9. St. Vincent’s House : 5 Banaswadi road, Cooke Town, Bangalore- 560005
  10. Elizabeth Charitable Trust, Banaswadi Bangalore. #25, 4th B cross, Ashirvad Colony, Horamavu Main Road, Banaswadi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560043. Contact: Praseela (99723 94750)
  11. Mother Dolphin English High School : 1st A Main Road, KG Colony, GM Palya, C V Raman Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560075. Contact: Varalakshmi (08022907615)
  12. Government Vijayanaga Urdu Lower Primary School, Whitefield, Bangalore-560066. Contact: Najeeba Yasmin
  13. Jagruthi Trust: Cox Town, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560005, Contac: Ms. Renu Appachu (080 2548 0979)
  14. Shishu Mandir: Opposite Garden City university, Virgonagar, Hella Nagar, Padmeshwari Nagar, Battarahalli, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560049, Contact : (080 25619368)
  15. Slum Yemlur
  16. Sri Rakum School for the Blisnd:  421/1, Sri Krishna Temple Road, Indiranagare, 1st Stage, Bangalore, Contact: 080 2271 5117
  17. Samarthanam Trust For The Disabled: No 39, 15th Cross, 16th Main, Sector 4, HSR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560102, Contact : 080 2572 1444
  18. A1000yoga academy: : # 42, 4th floor, 80 feet road, HAL 2nd stage, Indiranagar. Contact: 9019101000


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Hata Yoga Abhyaasa And Prachaara Trust
No.42, Sumeru, 4th Floor.
HAL III Stage, 80 ft rd,
Landmark: Above Vijaya Bank,
Opp Empire Restaurant/BSNL Office
Indiranagar, Bangalore 560 075

Phone:+91-901 910 1000

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The principles laid out in Patanjali’s yoga sutras dating back to 500 B.C. are still very relevant today, even in our modern information world. Yoga has evolved a lot from the days of Patanjali; it has taken different forms to meet the varying needs of practitioners all along its journey. Yoga continues to accept all changes, like the ocean accepts the river, absorbs, assimilates and grows. (A distinctive feature of sanaatan dharma of India)

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