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VMSKY is a non-profitable, non-religious and non-political organization which promotes healthy and peaceful life style to maintain harmony in family, society and to attain world peace through individual peace.

The vision of VMSKY is to improve physical fitness, mental health and peace in human life, through systematic practices.

The Vethathiri Maharishi Simplified Kundalini Yoga (VMSKY), Singapore is a registered society under Registry of Singapore.

VMSKY is inculcating value education called, “Yoga for human excellence” across the island to promote a healthier and peaceful life style.

VMSKY, Singapore has been actively serving Our Singapore community for more than a decade since November 2003 and enhanced thousands of yoga aspirants to lead a healthy and peaceful life.

With more than 100 dedicated volunteers and team of well-trained masters, the main centre has been functioning at Singapore Tamilian Association (STA), Potong Pasir since November 2003.

VMSKY follows the SKY System of World Community Service Centre (WCSC), founded by the great Visionary, Philanthropist, Philosopher Vethathiri Maharishi (Founder of World Community Service Centre) for attaining everlasting peace in personal life, family, society and in the world.


The SKY system articulated by Philosopher Vethathiri Maharishi consists of 4 main aspects,

  1. 1. SKY Exercise – Develops the immunity system to maintain physical fitness.
  2. 2. SKY Meditation – For inner peace. Improves intellectual sharpness, will power, concentration and self realization.
  3. 3. Kayakalpa yoga – For maintaining youthfulness and withstanding the ageing process by enriching the life force and bio magnetism.
  4. 4. Introspection – To reform one’s character and to enhance personality by enhancing the habits of good thought, word and deed.

The four aspects of the SKY system will develop a person to be positive, responsible and enables the individual to experience the five-fold effects, such as,

  1. 1. Charity
  2. 2. Magnanimity
  3. 3. Receptivity
  4. 4. Adaptability
  5. 5. Acceptability
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