It is believed that when the civilization started, since then yoga is being done. The history of yoga begins thousands of years ago, long before the birth of religion or faith. In Yoga history, Shiva is regarded as first Yogi or Adi Yogi and first Guru or Adi Guru. Several thousand years ago, on the banks of Kanti Sarovar lake in the Himalayas, Yogi provided his enlightened knowledge to his famous saptarishi (seven disciples). The Satpisis conveyed this powerful science of yoga in different parts of the world including Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and South America. This way yoga history narrated by saints, however, only in India, Yoga achieved its most complete expression. The Saptrishi called August, who visited the entire Indian subcontinent, is the composer and main architect of Yogic way of life Yoga is broadly thought as an “immortal cultural outcome” of the Civilization of Indus Saraswati Valley. Many fossil relics and seals of the Saraswati Valley civilization signify the presence of yoga in India. Yoga history connection is also noticed in the folk traditions, the Indus Valley civilization, the legacy of the Vedic and Upanishads, Buddhist and Jain traditions, philosophies, Mahabharata and Ramayana, the theological traditions of the Shaivas, Vaishnavas and the Tantric traditions. Provisionally, the period between 500 BC – 800 AD is considered as the best period, which is also considered as the most fertile and important period in the history and development of yoga. During this period, the Yoga Sutras and Bhagavad Gita etc. came into existence. This period can be dedicated primarily to two great religious preachers of India – Mahavira and Buddha. Mahavira’s five great versus – the concept of elephant muga or eight paths by Panch Mahavrat and Buddha – can be considered as the initial nature of yoga meditation. We get a more clear explanation in Bhagwadgita, in which the concept of Gyan Yoga, Bhakti Yoga and Karma yoga is presented in detail. These three types of yoga are still the highest examples of human wisdom and today still people get peace by following the methods described in the Gita. Although Yoga in India was a part of daily life in the pre-Vedic period, the prominent sage Maharishi Patanjali decodified & simplified the then prevailing Yogic practices and its significance and its correlated awareness, knowledge & skills through Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Thereafter, many sages and Yoga gurus added greatly for the salvation and expansion of the yoga through documented application and works. The yoga history period between 800 AD – 1700 AD is considered as a period of excellent period, in which Adi Shankaracharya, Ramanujacharya and Madhavacharya – were prominent. A group of monks, mentioned in Atharva Veda, have been emphasized by talks (gathering), physical yoga asanas which can be developed in the form of yoga. Even in the cohorts, it is mentioned that in ancient times, harsh physical conduct, meditation and penance was practiced by the monks. Yoga along with the Bhagavad Gita, has gradually emerged as a concept and there is a detailed mention of Yoga in the Mahabharata also in Shan't Parvar. In addition to the Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita, there are more than twenty Upanishads and Yoga Vastshas available, in which, the yoga is said to be associated with supreme consciousness. Rishikesh is a divine and peaceful place situated on the banks of river Ganges in the lap of Himalayas. In this school of yoga & Naturopathy, you learn Yoga Ashram way of life beside Ayurveda, It will help you develop well-being, joy, and relief from worry in your life. It is necessary to bring yoga into daily life, only then will be able to recognize the real benefits of Yoga.