If you are looking for a yoga teacher who looks at you and tells you all about your muscular and skeletal issues you would have to meet yogacharya mahender Prasad. He comes from a very strict yogic background. Most of mahender’s life has been spent with monks and yogis in Himalayas and he has spent a greta deal of his time practicing yoga at maysore and pune. His teaching style speaks for itself. Easily making stiff practitioners do bendy yoga asanas is something that comes naturally to mahender Prasad. As a owner and director of vishuddhi yoga ashtanga vinyasa school Mahender takes a thorough interest in practice of his students making sure that they get to assimilate the maximum from the course.
Growing up in a traditional family from India, Rakesh was introduced to yoga in his early childhood. Next to giving importance to educating him according to ancient Indian yogic culture,He completed his Yoga Alliance certified 500h Teacher Training with his Guru Mahindra Prasad in Dharamshala / India.As a practicioner Rakesh is specialising in the traditional Ashtanga method after K. Pattabhi Jois. Constantly developing his own practice as well as his teachings, he is regularly practicing at the KPJAYI in Mysore. He is also experienced in teaching Vinyasa, Hatha, and Yin Yoga. For him practice of physical Asana means practice of awareness. It is not just about mastering the pose on a physical level, but putting mindfulness into these particular moments of movement, becoming aware of the connection among body mind and soul.
can highly recomment this YTT. The training gives deep insight into Yoga philosophy and practice guided by experienced and professional teeachers. The team always had an open ear and tried its best to make our stay a success! I enjoyed my time very much and would do it again if I could.
She began her yoga journey at the tender age of sixteen, when she enrolled on a yoga course with her Mother. This seed of ‘yoga’ grew to fruition whilst she was living in Thailand and she began to practice Hatha yoga daily. As her practice grew, she found an inner peace and self-confidence that she felt compelled to share. Amy eventually totally immersed herself into the ancient practice of yoga. Completing 500 hrs yoga training in India with Guru Mahinder. There she found a new depth and desire to share her knowledge. She now combines her teaching skills with her yogic knowledge to teach both children and adults. Her interests lie in the meditative qualities of movement and yoga’s innate ability to heal and renew both the mind and the body. She aims to have her students leave her classes feeling centred and at peace as well as equipped with the confidence to empower their lives.
Nachattar hails from a small town of north India. His yoga journey starts with his contact with Yogacharya Mahender Prasad who practiced in Mysore for a long time. Has has been practicing for 2 years and actively assists Ashtanga vinyasa and his hands on adjustments are a big hit amongst out students.