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IYO® Gurubrahma Members


Every IYO Guru Brahma Participants has the power and the
responsibility to shape the culture within our Indian Yoga & Dhyana. By practicing our shared values, and staying focused on our highest priority – the safety and well-being of our Yogis & Yoginis – we can promote an environment that empowers and supports Yoga & Dhyana, and makes participation in the IYO Guru Brahma a positive and rewarding experience for all Gurus of World.

The IYO Guru Brahma of Ethical Conduct (the “Code”) is our collective commitment to work ethically in all instances. It offers a tangible way to put our values into practice, and guidance in situations that have potential or actual ethical implications. Ultimately, the effectiveness of the Code depends on a personal commitment from every Participants of the Yoga & Dhyana community.

Resolution of Ethical Issues. The Code does not address misconduct or abusive behaviours. Instead, the IYO Guru Brahma Safe Sport Policy provides the definitions and mandatory reporting requirements for misconduct and abuse.
Terms and Conditions on becoming IYO® Gurubrahma
All Gurus Participants of IYO Guru Brahma (collectively, “Participants of IYO Guru Brahma or “Participants”), are required to implement and adhere to this Code.

Participants of IYO Guru Brahma are also required to accept the requirements of and comport themselves in accordance with (a) the rules, policies, and procedures of IYO Guru Brahma and the Indian Ministry of Ayush (c) all applicable state and local laws.
1. IYO Guru Brahma need to be a Yoga Guru or Dhyana Guru.
2. Be a Yoga Guru or Dhyana Guru Have Trained Yoga & Dhyana for Free to our society.
3. Does not be a commercial Guru, involved in monetary transactions.
4. Need to have disciples and followers.
5. Participate in an environment that is free for society.
6. Be a recognised in society as a Real Guru.
1. Need to have Integrity and Transparency.
2. Promote and respect all Safe Yoga & Dhyana
3. Be knowledgeable of, Yoga & Dhyana.
4. Respect the voice of Yogis & Yoginis.
5. Address differences in a calm and respectful manner.
6. Promote a culture of empowerment with a focus on Yogis & Yogini health.
7. Prioritize Yogis & Yogini welfare.

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