After years of experience and teaching thousands of yoga seekers in Rishikesh, Kerala, Nepal and various locations overseas, I discovered that a yoga teacher has to face countless challenges when guiding a diverse group of students.
These challenges may appear in the form of injuries, spinal problems, joint pain, and muscular issues in addition to a poor lifestyle. This is an experience shared by all yoga teachers and those who share their knowledge and wisdom with people.
What most amazes me is that my students come with tremendous hope in their hearts and minds that the yogic practices will help them heal despite their physical conditions.
Yoga asanas are not only for the body. Yoga poses include an attitude of prayer, observation, the science of yamas and niyamas, and most importantly, receiving correct instructions from a competent teacher who has practiced for years. Thus, Asana and Pranayama become holistic in their approach which positively influences the body, senses, and mind. Only then asanas and pranayama become a healing practice for those with injuries and a tired and suffering mind.
Therefore, I will share my practical experience by teaching a therapeutic and spiritual approach to Yoga Asanas, Pranayama as well as relaxation techniques to those who want to be free from problems which can be cured or relieved.
I am presenting a two week remedial program for those who are interested, have a minimum of two years of continuous yoga teaching experience, and are qualified in yogic science..
The program includes two classes per day:
Two hours of Hatha Yoga and Pranayama, , and two-hour workshops on body alignment, musculoskeletal disorders, hyper-extended joints, spinal disorders, arthritis, knees malfunction, and asthma.
For accommodation, please inform us in advance. Generally, our rooms are full throughout the year. For meals, there are some nearby restaurants, though it is also possible to arrange a meal plan at the school in advance.