Centers
Main Centers
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Isha Foundation’s activities are carried out by a network of volunteers in towns and cities around the globe. The headquarters for these activities is the Isha Yoga Center in Coimbatore, India. Other major centers are the Isha Yoga Center in Delhi and the Isha Institute of Inner-sciences in McMinnville, Tennessee, USA. Regular yoga programs are held at each of these centers, and they additionally serve as a base for Isha’s outreach activities and offer a conducive infrastructure for spiritual seekers who are looking for inner growth.

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Isha Yoga Center, Coimbatore
Located at the foothills of the Velliangiri Mountains in southern India, Isha Yoga Center is a sacred space for self-transformation, where you can come dedicate time towards your inner growth.
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Isha Yoga Center, Delhi
This center is an oasis of serenity and natural beauty amidst the frenzy and excitement of India’s capital city.
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Isha Institute of Inner Sciences (IIIS)
Nestled on a breathtaking mountain top in the Cumberland Plateau of Tennessee, Isha Institute of Inner-sciences is the only spiritual infrastructure of its kind in the Western hemisphere.
Isha Yogashala
We have built all kinds of facilities in our society to take care of our physical, psychological, and social needs. What is lacking is infrastructure that addresses the inner wellbeing of human beings, the essential core of who we are. – Sadhguru
Global Centers
Learn about Isha programs or get involved with Isha activities in your part of the world by contacting the Isha Center nearest to you. Connect with Isha meditators in your vicinity.
China
Telephone: +86 18502010257
Email: china@ishafoundation.org
Aus
Australia
5 Greylea Grove, Seabrook, Vic 3028 Australia Telephone: +61 433 643 215
Email: australia@ishafoundation.org
Malasiya
Malaysia
Telephone: +60 17 6767 442
Email: malaysia@ishafoundation.org
singapore
Singapore
Telephone: +065 96660197, +065 61004064
Email: singapore@ishayoga.org
United Kingdom
2 Empress Avenue, Ilford, Essex IG1 3DD Telephone: +44 (0)7720 318350
Email: uk@ishafoundation.org
Visit our Contact page for a full list of local centers in your area.
Consecrated Spaces

“If you transform mud into food, we call this agriculture. If you make food into flesh and bone, we call this digestion. If you make flesh into mud, we call this cremation. If you can make this flesh or even a stone or an empty space into a divine possibility, that is called consecration.”


– Sadhguru

Sadhguru has created a number of consecrated forms and spaces to catalyze one’s spiritual evolution, and ensure human beings attain to their fullest potential.
Theerthakunds
Theerthakunds
Essentially, Suryakund and Chandrakund are energy pools that melt away karmic blocks, and that allow you to experience Dhyanalinga. – Sadhguru
Spanda Hall
Spanda Hall
As you go into higher levels of meditation, you come to a state of Spanda – intense, unmanifest energy – before you literally recreate yourself. – Sadhguru
Mahima Hall
Mahima
Mahima means Grace. This is not a place of worship, religion, philosophy, or belief system. This is a space to explore technologies for inner wellbeing. – Sadhguru
Linga Bhairavi
Those who earn the Grace of Bhairavi neither have to live in concern or fear of life or death, of poverty, or of failure. All that human beings consider as wellbeing will be theirs, if only they earn the Grace of Bhairavi. – Sadhguru
Dhyanalinga
Just sitting silently for a few minutes within the sphere of Dhyanalinga is enough to make even those unaware of meditation experience a state of deep meditativeness. – Sadhguru
Adiyogi Alayam
The Adiyogi Alayam is specially consecrated to allow one to experience Hata Yoga and other yogic practices in their full depth and dimension. – Sadhguru
Adi Yogi: The Abode of Yoga
Adi Yogi: The Abode of Yoga
Adiyogi: The Abode of Yoga is a medium, a possibility that will move you from a compulsive state of logic to the magic of Life. – Sadhguru
112 Feet Adiyogi
Adiyogi is here to liberate you from disease, discomfort, and poverty – above all, from the very process of life and death. – Sadhguru