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Gst for yoga

Mitesh Joshi (1 Points)

16 June 2017  

I provide yoga services to corporates and my annual remuneration is under 8 lakhs.

Is my services covered under GST?

The company is insisting for GST registration.

 

Please guide

 

 

 


 12 Replies

Dhirajlal Rambhia (SEO Sai Gr. Hosp.) (108755 Points)
Replied 16 June 2017

Even if it may be covered under any schedule, but being below 20 lakhs receipts, you are not covered under GST, if both are in same state.

janaki suresh B (Partner) (90 Points)
Replied 16 June 2017

You may covered or not with GST.

If you see in Corporate View, they should not buy/get any goods/service from unregistered one. Even if they do, have to pay in reverse charge mechanism so their burden will increases. If you not get registered they may look for someone else. As the corporate insisting you to get registered it better to registered. 

As of now yoga are covered under health club and fitness centre. Unless specifically exempted yoga is covered by GST.  

Gagan Singla (564 Points)
Replied 16 June 2017

agrred with janaki

Umakant Kale (7 Points)
Replied 24 August 2017

Dear Sir

One case is their his already registed agaisnt GST his applicalble GST Retunrns ( GSTR 1/ 3B) 

His recieved by in bank account forigen client payment ?

pls guidelines 

Dhirajlal Rambhia (SEO Sai Gr. Hosp.) (108755 Points)
Replied 25 August 2017

Yes, once registered......... mandatorily filling return........ including GSTR 3B & GSTR 1.

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RAJA P M ("Do the Right Thing...!!!")   (115470 Points)
Replied 27 August 2017

@ Janaki Suresh B.,
(If you see in Corporate View, they should not buy/get any goods/service from unregistered one. Even if they do, have to pay in reverse charge mechanism so their burden will increases.)

Why you/we see the corporate views. We see the limit is the Yoga Master.
He don't want registration under GST. The corporate ll be pay Tax under RCM basis then value is increasing. But, Yoga ll register then also yoga value increasing with taxable bills....
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NAGARAJU M (GST PRACTITIONER) (32 Points)
Replied 03 October 2018

Sir

 

what is the GST Rate for Yoga and Dance Classes

 

Dhirajlal Rambhia (SEO Sai Gr. Hosp.) (108755 Points)
Replied 03 October 2018

Yoga as healthcare service provided by recognised professional is exempted service.

But otherwise 18% GST levied. Same for dance classes.

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6am Yoga (4 Points)
Replied 03 September 2019

For a yoga studio with turnover more than 20 lakh per annum, should they register for GST ?

Lysa Grey (2 Points)
Replied 12 December 2020

Huh interesting. I am a fan of yoga actually. I have been to many different yoga studios and I have been very interested in the practice for many years already. I have been to many different yoga studios as well as to some really cool yoga retreats. I have been to a few in the mountains not far from Nepal as well as a few in Bali. It was one of the best experiences I have ever had. I was suppose to go to a 6 months retreat not far from mount Everest but because of the pandemic I had to change all of my plans. Because of the traveling restrictions I had to look for something that is closer to home. I did some research and I came across a whole set of yoga retreats that were based in Costa Rica. I got interested and after getting in contact with a few of them I booked myself a 3 month stay at one of those retreats by the ocean. I am super excited because I really do not like late winter early spring Atlanta. I am hoping that everything will work out. Wish me luck

Avinash Salelkar (2 Points)
Replied 03 January 2021

We have a yoga studio with in-studio and online classes (non residential- each class typically 60 minutes). This year we expect total revenue of Rs 15L. It is likely that this may remain below 20L in 2021-22. Our clients are individuals and do not need GST invoice.

Do we need to register for GST number? If we are exempt, is it because we are below 20L limit or will the exemption continue even after we cross the limit?

Asha Kanta Sharma (Manager - Finance & Accounts)   (7352 Points)
Replied 06 January 2021

Please refer to the below circulars for more informations on the same 

 

https://www.cbic.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/gst/Circular-No-66.pdf;jsessionid=03F698808B524BDCE8A49315BE3860F1

https://www.cbic.gov.in/resources//htdocs-cbec/gst/Excise_51%20GST_Flyer_1030-Corr-Binder.pdf


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