Honestly, I don’t consider myself a yoga teacher.
But I have good karma and have met and practiced with some true masters. In this beautiful life,
I have been blessed by BKS Iyengar, Saraswati Jois, Baba Balak Das and numerous others.
I have also built strong friendship with renowned yoga teachers.
I was also lucky to have spent a humbling month in a cave in the Himalayas
where Swami Vishnudevananda did his sadhana.
In an unplanned manner, yet clearly defined act of nature, within a short span
of over a decade and a half, I have undergone rigorous training in Iyengar yoga, Sivananda yoga,
Bihar School of yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Vinyasa flow, Vipassana meditation and Reiki.
Unlike purists, and to the dismay of my strict teachers, I am convinced that all schools of yoga
have some benefits. It is my humble opinion that yoga is journey towards self-discovery that reveals our true identity, a pure form of healing and the ultimate path of freedom.
Blasphemous as it sounds, I believe thoughts, speech and actions are our prayers.
The body is our temple of life.
And the spirit within is our true God.
We are the people we have been waiting for!
It is with this bhav that I share my experiences and knowledge in my classes and workshops
across the world.