AYC is continuing its mission of enriching lives with yoga by partnering with various distinguished organizations and offering free yoga classes taught by our dedicated volunteers.
We are inviting graduates of the Yoga Teacher Training course to volunteer for the ongoing and upcoming projects.
Day and Class Time
Required Qualification for Teachers
How to apply
Tai Kok Tsui – Yoga for women from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds.
Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
All YTT Graduates
If you have graduated from an International Yoga Academy teacher training program with 200 hours or more — and have been issued a certificate — you are eligible to become a volunteer yoga teacher for Andiappan Yoga Community (AYC). If you have not yet received an email invitation to join our community,
Please click here for the step by step guideline to register as an AYC Volunteer.
Thank you SCMP for featuring M/s Kitty a student of our Lok Sin Tong Yoga Therapy for Elderly Project. It’s time to help promote and increase awareness about the benefits of yoga and how it can be beneficial for all age groups. Thank you Ms.Angela (Project Leader) and Other Dedicated Volunteers M/s Rita, M/s Shirley M/s Jennifer and others for love and support.
To Know more details about our Lok Sin Tong Yoga Therapy Project please visit...
Under the guidance of Master Yogananth Andiappan and the team of dedicated volunteers, we have over 15 live projects that are conducted in various parts of HK. Some of the projects now require teaching volunteers and you can apply as per the requirements.
If you have not registered as a volunteer please do so now by registering on our website and you can apply. Please refer to this file if you have any questions about how to apply for these projects.
If you have not registered and to register as a teaching volunteers please refer the above link.
Project Name: Tai Kok Tsui...
Andiappan Yoga Community and Queen Elizabeth Hospital have partnered to run yoga therapy programs at the Rehabilitation Centre of the hospital from 3rd October 2019. AYC’s founder Dr. Yogananth Andiappan introduced Andiappan Yoga Therapy sequence for the neck and back conditions to the patients. The class was assisted by Master Mahesh and AYC Volunteer Teachers M/s Cherly, M/s Eva Kunyi and M/s Claro Ho. This class will regularly take place every Monday from 3 – 4 pm. All the Teacher Volunteers are qualified with Yoga Therapy Certification to teach patients with special...
Andiappan Yoga Community gives scholarships to deserving students who attend our classes regularly for over one year and are interested and showed a deep commitment to pursuing a career in teaching yoga. This year we have sponsored 5 students to complete a Yoga Teacher Training Course and they are now teaching and assisting our AYC projects in Hong Kong.
The 5 Students are
Our Project Leader M/s Christina has restarted this project and classes will resume from 23rd Sep 2018. The location of this project is Praya Sports Centre, Cheung Chau Municipal Services Building. 2 Tai Hing Tai Rd, Cheung Chau, Hong Kong.
f you are interested to attend the class as a student, this class is open to the general public and overseas workers. But please follow the steps below to complete your registration.
Please visit this link https://www.yogacommunity.org/student-enrollment/
Fill in the details and upon submitting the form you will receive an email...
Andiappan Yoga Community has partnered with HKBCF to conduct Tailor made Yoga Therapy Program for Breast Cancer Survivors. AYC’s Founder and Director initiated this program on 18th of July and introduced Yoga Therapy sequence for breast cancer survivor’s. Anahata Yoga’s Master Mahesh assisted the class while Master Dhiraj taught meditation and relaxation techniques. Participants include some of the HKBCF staff and patients.
Andiappan Yoga – Pavanamuktasana Sequence along with some simple breathing and relaxation techniques will be taught by qualified and trained...
In recognition to the outstanding support to our yoga program, Andiappan Yoga Community presented a partner appreciation certificate to Changing Young Lives Foundation. AYC’s project leader M/s Kristy Chau presented this certificate.