Co-operation

Global, national, local

We welcome partnerships that share our vision of an evidence-based future for yoga in health, education, work and society.

We strongly believe in East-West cooperation and strive for global partnerships where we can contribute by sharing our expertise, experience and good examples of implementing yoga in Western healthcare. 

Together we can continue to promote, develop and implement evidence-based yoga in more areas to improve well-being and health according to the WHO-SDG goals.

If your organisation is interested in collaborating on future projects, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Global co-operation

SIMY is actively involved in global collaboration with researchers from organisations such as G20/C20, WHO-GCTM (World Health Organisation - Global Center Traditional Medicine), Ministry Of Ayush, Indian Government, SIO (Society Of Integrative Oncology), IAYT (International Association of Yoga Therapists). Through international collaboration, experiences and research are shared, promoting sustainable development, quality and effectiveness. The work promotes harmonisation of standards and development of cultural adaptations to increase accessibility and strengthen evidence. 

Nordic Co-operation

Nordic collaboration is crucial to ensure that adaptations to national care programmes work internationally. Through Nordic collaborations, SIMY acts as a network of institutions and universities that utilise expertise, resources and experience specific to the Nordic region, promoting high quality and cultural relevance. Collaboration for the development of standards in the Nordic region contributes to improved public health outcomes. It also strengthens networking and support between the Nordic countries, ensuring sustainable development.

National co-operation

SIMY works for increased national collaboration between regions, universities and patient organisations in Sweden. By evaluating and integrating MOSI into care programmes, evidence can be strengthened on a uniform basis and provide increased opportunities for improved patient care and quality of life in more patient areas. Collaboration with academic institutions promotes continuous research and development, while sharing resources and expertise between regions ensures quality implementation across the country, contributing to uniform and patient-centred care. This national collaboration leads to improved care, efficient use of resources and strong research-based development, benefiting patients, healthcare professionals and society at large.

Select language