“The reason why we created the Adiyogi Alayam is to bring back classical yoga in its purest form. Without a phenomenal sense of energy, no yoga can be taught. If you teach yoga without creating a vessel of energy, that is not yoga. The Adiyogi Alayam is essentially structured for the science of yoga, where if you simply sit there, really tuned in to what is happening in the hall, you would be able to know all the yoga sutras. If you start observing the nature of your body, this space will take you on faster and further than you imagined possible by yourself. Any kind of meditative processes which involves a certain exploration will happen phenomenally well. If you take one step and explore, the space will take you one step further. It is like, if you earn a hundred dollars, this will give you one hundred dollars bonus. Good deal, isn’t it?”
Adiyogi Alayam – a tribute to the Adiyogi is a sacred space consecrated by Sadhguru to raise human consciousness. Unique in structure and design, the Alayam, an 82,000 sq. ft. column‐less hall, is an invaluable offering to humanity.