Light-Dark, Happy-Sad, Up-Down – these are some of the opposites we have to face in everyday life.
Yoga’s goal is to teach us equanimity in these opposing situations. It is not that we react, but “how” we react, that matters.
Yoga addresses balance between effort and ease. The three components of balance are alignment, strength and attention.
Yoga makes one realize that happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm, and harmony. In balancing we will take a risk – risk the failure but ultimately find the focus
Wellness is just not external – It’s the feeling of well-being that has to come from within.
The sense of well-being gives us utmost happiness and ability to accept things as they are. Yoga helps us by giving that sense of overall and complete well-being
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Teacher training - Sivananda Ashram
Advanced Teacher training - Sivananda Ashram
Teacher training in Back Pain - Dr. Loren Fishman
Teacher training in Osteoporosis - Dr. Loren Fishman
Teacher training in Yoga for Healthy Aging - Dr. Baxter Bell
Yoga for Longevity - Gary Kraftsow
I first studied yoga practice and philosophy under Swami Vishnu Devananda, a senior disciple of Swami Sivananda (a pioneer medical doctor turned yogi during the early part of the century). I did my teachers training and advanced teachers training from the Sivananda Ashram in Kerala, India and spent several years teaching yoga in India.
I then moved to the United States in early 90’s and got busy with my tax legal career. But then my heart always pulled me towards making wellness my journey.
My passion is to continue to learn and train about the therapeutic values of yoga. I also studied Indian philosophy (Vedanta) under a world renowned Teacher and philosopher, Swami Dayananda Saraswati