What is AMAYE?

Ananda Marga Association of Yoga Educators (AMAYE) is a global community of Ananda Marga Yoga educators around the world who wish to share knowledge, research and insights with each other to better share the beauty of Ananda Marga Tantra Yoga with our communities and society at large.

To join us in exciting movement, please give us your details by filling out this form, so we can learn about you and your work, and add you to our mailing list.

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  • Meditation and Health

    http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20180502-does-mindfulness-really-improve-our-health Looking under the hood with fMRI, scientists have found that mindfulness meditation activates a network of brain regions that includes the insula (associated with compassion, empathy and self-awareness), the putamen (learning) and portions of the anterior cingulate cortex (regulating blood pressure, heart rate and …

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  • Infiniti Yoga takes off from Singapore

    Dada Premamayananda has registered trademark of Infiniti Yoga and initiated a series of courses for those who want to become teachers of Infiniti Yoga. Interested persons may contact him at: dadaprema@gmail.com

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  • Y4Y(Yoga for Youth)- Neohumanist Education Way (NEW) www.newyoga.org

    Neohumanist Education Way (NEW)Y4Y (Yoga for Youth) Initiatives are bringing yoga to children in Asia, Europe and Americas. Leading educators are Ac.Kamaleshvar, Mahajyoti, Rudramohan, Didi Ananda rama, Didi Ananda Sainjana, Didi Ananda Siddeshwari, Dada Sadananda and many others around the globe.Dada Premamayanandaji has started Yoga …

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  • A Neuroscientist explores the “Sanskrit Effect”

    MRI scans show that memorizing ancient mantras increases the size of brain regions associated with cognitive function , according to a latest article published in Scientific American January, 2018 issue. A hundred dhoti-clad young men sat cross-legged on the floor in facing rows, chatting amongst …

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  • How does brain do some housekeeping-cleaning during sleep?

    The brain uses a quarter of the body’s entire energy supply, yet only accounts for about two percent of the body’s mass. So how does this unique organ receive and, perhaps more importantly, rid itself of vital nutrients? New research suggests it has to do …

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