The location of adiyogi - the source of yoga is 20 miles (30 kilometers) west of coimbatore in the tamil nadu state. Southern India's significant industrial city of coimbatore is well connected by road, rail, and air. Regular flights from chennai, delhi, mumbai, and bengaluru to coimbatore are offered by reputable airlines. From all of India's main cities, there are train services available.
Buses run directly from coimbatore to adiyogi (see the schedule). Both the airport and the railroad station both offer taxi booking services. To reserve a taxi to the center, you can also call the travel desk.
Adiyogi, the first yogi, taught his seven followers, the saptarishis, the science of yoga around 15,000 years ago, long before the advent of religion. He outlined 112 methods by which people can overcome their limits and realize their full potential. Because only through a personal transformation can the world be transformed, the adiyogi offers tools for personal development. His core tenet is that "it is the only way out" in terms of human liberty and well-being.
The honorable prime minister narendra modi unveiled the iconic face of "adiyogi - the source of yoga" at the isha yoga center on the auspicious night of mahashivaratri. The face of adiyogi is 112 feet high, signifying the 112 ways he provided for one to achieve well-being and one's ultimate nature. It is recognized as the tallest bust sculpture in the world by the guinness world records. The yogeshwar linga, which sadhguru dedicated as a manifestation of five of the main chakras in the human system, is installed close to the adiyogi. With the yogeshwar linga there, adiyogi has taken on a life of its own. Many speakers from different parts of the world came and gave speaches about life, spiritual things, etc.
Everyone can discover happiness and joy through the dwelling, regardless of ethnicity, religion, or culture. Visitors can allow themselves to be open to the energy and grace of the dwelling through a variety of offerings, activities, and meditation in the area.
The abode, the Isha Institute's main draw, is open all year long and has been a premier center for inner inquiry and holistic health for the past 20 years.