Best Yoga Teachers in India

Posted by Gurleen
March 8, 2018

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Through the practices of yoga, we discover that concern for the happiness and well being of others,
including animals, must be an essential part of our own quest for happiness and well being. The fork can be a powerful weapon of mass destruction or a tool to create peace on Earth.

Before performing professionally any activity we, always need someone who can guide us in the right direction. Yes, a teacher is that ‘someone’ who helps us to find our true potential in a whichever field we are working.

Here is the list of best yoga teachers in India:

• Krishna Chaitanya:

KRISHNA CHAITANYA is one of the very famous yoga teacher of India. Krishna Chaitanya is expert in the field of meditation, philosophy, a psychology of yoga- Vedanta. He lived yoga and practice it for more than 12 years in some best ashrams of India such as Ramakrishna Vivekanand order, Sivananda ashram etc.

Embracing the solitary life at the age of 19, he is born with a very unique and revolutionary set of mind. He is not the ordinary man whose mind can be washed with the books, teachers or spiritual traditions. So, in order to find that unknown, he started his journey of yoga. Krishna teaches hatha yoga methodology, how to teach yoga in its simplest form. Nobody better knows than Krishna.

• Gaurav Negi:

Gaurav Negi is a director of professional Fitness Education Institute in New Delhi, India. He is the man behind one of the most successful types of yoga i.e REHAB YOGA. His passion for educating its clients on the fitness philosophy, functional training, corrective exercise make him one of the most famous yoga teachers in India. When It Comes to prevent Injury and right Alignment then he is the Best Guide you can have.

Not only this, he provides free education to the deserving and underprivileged children. His main aim is to  aware people more and more about fitness and its importance.

• Swami prabodh Chaitanya:

Swami prabodh Chaitanya is one of the most educated yogis of our country. He holds a master degree in English literature, besides his traditional studies in Sanskrit under his teacher H.H swami bodhananda Saraswathi of the Chinmaya mission. After completing his post graduation he started his study of Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita and Brahmaputra under the guidance of his guru.

After completing his studies in yoga and Vedanta prbodh Ji has taught many students in Rishikesh and Varanasi for several years.not only this he will also be teaching meditation and yoga sutras during YTT retreats.

• Lillie Jewell:

Today there is no sphere left where women have not left his identity. Yes, Lillie is one such example. Lille a girl like all other women has taken up yoga for self-discovery after an unfulfilling search through college into the professional workplace but who knows that destiny has planned something bigger for her. She followed her dreams fearlessly. Not only she becomes a successful yoga teacher but also given the opportunity to help the growing ashram.

• Dr. Anup:

From the past 8 years dr. an up is a professional doctor. He is Currently teaching as a scholar at KVG ayurvedic medical college in Karnataka India. Dr.anup is one of the most highly educated yoga teachers in India. He worked as RMO with healing Veda solutions. He has also worked as a consultant physician with the state government of Kerala for one year. Since, 2013 he is on a official leave, to pursue his Ph.D. in Ayurvedic surgery a kVG Ayurveda medical college in Karnataka.

• Mitsue Nonose:

It feels extremely proud that women from outside India are so much influenced by the cultures and
traditions of India. Born and brought in Japan Mitsui nonose learned the practice of pranayama in Japan.
His first contact with yoga was trough Sri Sri Ravi Shankar art of living foundation in Japan only. Then she
dis a foundation course at the British wheel of yoga in London. She got so deepened in the concept and theories of yoga to this much extent that she flown to India to expand his knowledge.

In India, she was trained at Sivananda ashram in Kerala and then went to complete a teacher training and advanced diploma course at yoga vidya gurukul at nasik.currently she is teaching yoga in Japan and also in India simultaneously she continues her explorations of yoga through her teachings.

Conclusion: So, yoga is the one the most important part of our daily routines. So, all these teachers have one thing in common is that they always want to promote and want to see the growth of yoga throughout the country.

No else can explain us the importance of yoga in our lives than these people have done. Their courage, strength, and dedication always motivate the common people to push their limits.


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