PYP (Nepal) Trust was established as a registered Nepal charity in 2006. PYP (Nepal) Trust has many visionary aims and objectives, all focussed around one key aim: to make a disease-free world through a scientific approach to Yog and Ayurved.
PYP (Nepal) Trust is inspired by Swami Ramdev Maharaj, the world's leading, most popular, successful results-oriented yog master. He has become a household name in India owing to his ability to simplify yog techniques for the masses and validate the benefits of yog and pranayam [a series of breathing techniques] combined with asans [postures] that are part of the ancient Indian Vedic sciences.
Swami Ramdev advocates the power of breath, through the practice of Pranayam, as a remedy for all ailments. He has sparked off a revolution by bringing about a divine transformation of body, mind and soul. Under his guidance, a large number of people have been alleviated from pain and suffering, thus leading healthier, more purposeful lives. Swami Ramdev's spiritual yog teachings have been internationally celebrated through televised classes and live sessions. His following has rapidly grown from thousands to millions worldwide.
Since 2006 when Swami Ramdev made his first visit to the Nepal in particular, his international appeal has grown many fold: PYP (Nepal) Trust trained yog teachers are giving their free time to raising health awareness in local communities by holding yog classes.
PYP (Nepal) Trust is inspired by Swami Ramdev Maharaj,
the world's leading, most popular, successful
results-oriented yog master.He has become a household name in India owing to his ability to
Yogarishi Swami Ramdevji maharaj was born to Smt. Gulab Devi and Shri Ram Niwas in a village of Haryana. He had his early education in a village school. At the age of 14 he was admitted to the Gurukul
Shradheya Acarya Balkrishna, a great scholar of Ayurveda, sanskrit language and grammar, and the Vedas, was born to Smt. Sumitra Devi and Shri Jay Vallabh.A simple and unassuming versatile genius,
Mrs Sunita Poddar was appointed a trustee of the UK Trust in 2007 and her pioneering work has helped it become one of the largest and fastest growing charitable organisations internationally.