Mr. Indresh Batra
Hatha-Ashtanga, Pranayama, Yoga Philosophy, Mantra Chanting
Yogi Indresh Batra (EYRT 200) has been a seeker of yoga knowledge since childhood. His belief in Yoga science as one of the original Indian knowledge for evolution of human spirit has been unflinching. Contrary to our current template of Yoga, primarily being positioned as a physical exercise with some breathing to unsuspecting seekers, he has practiced as a tool of self transformation with spiritual involvement.
Yog is increasingly loosing its majestic status with deep spiritual and philosophical insights to modern day positioning of either difficult physical postures or abstract things like Kundalini and magic without any reference to texts or Practicing sages.
He has been a leading global entrepreneur and now wants to take up the cause of spreading the knowledge of authentic Yog as referenced in the texts, he has set up Yogshala in Rishikesh.
He has spent significant time with leading Yog Gurus in understanding the subtle concepts all stages of Ashtanga Yoga. He has special focus on Pranayama, Yoga Sutras and Tantra Darshan. He is A dikshit in Sri Vidya, the esoteric royal path in Tantra and loves to talk about this great Indian wisdom with aspiring Sadhakas.
Swami Shivabrahmananda Saraswati
Saraswati was inspired to explore her own personal yoga practice after realizing the trans formative benefits he could developmentally, spiritually and physically. She began teaching yoga five years later, with a strong desire to share his knowledge with others. She first started teaching yoga retreat programs being conducted by his gurus, and later began teaching yoga asana alignment and methodology at teacher training programs around India.
Saraswati studied Yoga at the famous International Vishwaguru School of Yoga Vedniketandham in Rishikesh, India. She completed his 200-hour and 300-hour teacher training from Rishikesh.
Saraswati’s strong foundation in asana methodology and teaching inspires her students at Yogshala Yoga School to explore their own personal practice at a more profound level. She grounds herself in peace and compassion through a steady and consistent meditation practice to balance out her asana practice.
Saraswati was born in Uttarkashi, India, the spiritual capital of the world, located in the Himalayan Mountains, near the source of the Ganga River, considered to be holy among spiritual aspirants and yogis alike.