Yogacharya sri. P Unniraman is a legendary figure in the field of Yoga. He has more than four decades of rich experience in the field of Yoga. He started his career as a school teacher. His ambition to be a yoga propagator lead him to Bihar school of yoga to learn basic lessons of Yoga. He was fascinated to Yoga in his teen ages. The lessons and experiences from Bihar School of yoga and the blessings of his Guru Paramahamsa Swami Sathyananda Saraswathi transformed him to a full time yoga propagator. He got training in Kriya Yoga from Bihar School of Yoga and Yoga TTC from NIS Patiala.
Initially he started giving basic lessons on Yoga to the people of Kozhikode. He and his friends in Kozhikode started Calicut Yoga Lovers association in 1986. The very purpose of the organization was to propagate the sacred message of yoga among the masses. In the initial years he struggled too hard to make Yoga popular among the common man. For the sake of Yoga he left his career through V R S. Now Yogacharya P Unniraman is a renowned yoga Guru of lakhs of people.
In 1997 He and his disciples started Patanjali Yoga Research Centre and Charitable Trust as a registered entity. Now the Trust owns an Ashram by name” Tapovanam “in Calicut.
In addition to the above he has been honoured by many renowned organizations in Kerala for his selfless effort in propogating Yoga and Naturopathy.He is an experienced practitioner in Reikhi and Pranic healing. He is well versed in Hipno therapy and yoga therapy.
At present Yogacharya P Unniraman is the founder Director of Patanjali Yoga Research Centre and charitable Trust based in Calicut. He was the visiting Faculty of Govt. Ayurveda College Kottakkal, Kerala and ayurveda College Ollur, Trissur for a long time . He had visited many countries for promoting Yoga. A regular yoga centre is now functioning in Nicosia, Cyprus under his Leadership and guidance. In Tarnite( Australia) also he started a yoga batch.
With his sincere and devoted effort in popularizing Yoga he became an un questionable personality in the field of the divine science