We are a cultural and educational association that promotes educational activities, yoga training and bonding. We seek to recover the contributions of various yoga schools and traditions over time, a vision that we call Yoghismo.

What does Yoghismo mean?
YUJ= To link, connect and communicate.
H= Hermetic and transpersonal.
ISM= Substantive form that usually means systems, schools or movements, as well as a set of technologies.

Yoghismo is not a new school, it is, on the contrary, a return to the traditional source, to the foundations of traditional yoga. We do not see yoga as another doctrine but as a heritage that humanity has preserved in different cultures.

Our lineage

In Yoghismo we understand the lineage as the permanent construction of the relationship between a Yoghi -who has lived the full experience of yoga- and a Yami -practitioner- in a path of dialogue for the conscious and full experience of the meaning of life.

“The disciple admires the Master, he is not his adorer, for him is a living model that serves as a point of reference to develop his own love”

Maestre Serge Raynaud de la Ferrière

“The search for truth is not limited to any dogma”

Maestre José Manual Estrada

“Being is Universal, the human is diversity”

Maestre José Marcelli

“Spirituality in the human couple is based on respect for love and freedom”

Maestre José Marcelli

“The experience of meditation is of a great lucidity without limits, forms, memories, hopes, an authentic experience of Being”

Maestre José Marcelli

“Yoga is the mean to develop a comprehensive culture at a general level”

Maestre José Marcelli

The International Association of Yoga & Yoghismo is an independent international cultural organization that develops activities of research, education, training and diffusion of Yoga.

We assume a secular and experiential synthesis perspective in which we seek to recover the contributions of the various schools and traditions of yoga over time. At the same time, we promote a method to unveil the essentials of human potential.

We seek to maintain congruence between our actions and values, which is why we rely on the following principles:

  • Abhyasa: keep a constant practice.
  • Vayragya: avoid toxic elements in our life.
  • Dãrsana: assume Yoghismo as a philosophical vision.
  • To discover, in an experiential practice, the different paths of yoga.
  • Affirm a lay yoga dārsana.