Thought Leadership

Read about the contributions of five generations of Yogacharya Sundaram’s family to the worldwide growth of yoga.

School of Yoga explains thought leadership.

Classical Yoga is an ancient and highly evolved subject. However, like any experiential subject, classical yoga’s understanding and practice are extremely personal. Also, as the yogi develops in the field of classical yoga, his cognition, awareness, understanding of concepts and practice evolve constantly. As a result, the yogi’s practice constantly brings out fresh insights into yoga concepts, methods and practices, which must be shared so that others benefit also.

School of Yoga invites you!

School of Yoga invites contributions from people who have significant experiences to share – as teachers, practitioners, therapists, dieticians or philosophers and spiritual thinkers. 

The objective of School of Yoga is to give the visitor exposure to a a wide range of experiences on the subject of Yoga. However, it must be remembered that Yoga is a practice, so the theory will only help the practitioner in confirming his own understanding of classical yoga fundamentals. 

However, the information on this site is for information purposes only. While we try to be as accurate and comprehensive as possible with respect to the information, pictures, data, product information and other related information with respect to Yoga, we do not guaratee the information and readers are expected to undertake due diligence in its understanding and usage. 

Terms and conditions.

For those of you who research and write on Yoga, this site presents a unique opportunity to present your work to the world. However, to ensure maintenance of standard, quality and intellectual property rights, you will need to adhere to certain rules;

  1. You must be the author of the article. School of Yoga only accepts articles authenticated by authors themselves as original work.
  2. You must have the copyright of your article and be able to prove it. This includes third party references used by you, the author, in your articles. Your copyright will be declared when the article is published on the site.
  3. The article will need to be submitted MS Word format. School of Yoga will copy-paste your article and change the fonts sizing to ensure conformance to site design.
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  5. School of Yoga does not guarantee publishing of your article and reserves the right to refuse any article without giving any reason whatsoever. 
  6. In the event of objection from any of our readers regarding copyright infringement regarding your data, references, third party information usage etc., School of Yoga will remove the article from the site within 48 hours and the responsibility for the copyright infringement lies solely with the author. 
  7. is not responsible for any breach of copyright by authors submitting articles on the site.
  8. You, the author agrees to indemnify from any infringement issues related to your article.
  9. You are free to withdraw your article at any time. You will need to give School of Yoga 48 hours to remove the article from its site.
  10. While there are no restrictions on the format of the articles, only articles that support assumptions with evidence will be accepted.
  11. For Indian authors, the following format is suggested;
    • Viṣaya– topic of the section,  
    • Vismāyā – issue at hand/doubts/problem statement, 
    • Pūrva-paksha – introduction to the solution/background, 
    • Siddhānta – theory and arguments/solution and concept/doctrine,
    • Samgati– threading of logic to form a cohesive and comprehensive argument/conclusion.

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