Svastha yoga is not a brand or style of yoga, rather, it is the name given by the Mohans to the yoga of Krishnamacharya which they teach. The word Svastha literally means ”to be established in one’s own self”, in other words, to be in a state of optimal health in body & mind.
Closely following the profound knowledge found in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali,a focus on using breath, with the intention of beginning the process of steadying the mind, this simple yet deep practice translates as one which helps us to reintegrate on all levels to bring about personal transformation.
Classes are smaller than you may find in a typical yoga studio to enable individual attention and are inclusive and accessible.
The Mohan Family
A. G. Mohan and Indra Mohan, their son Dr Ganesh Mohan and daughter Nitya Mohan are an incredibly unique yoga teaching family.
They take their deep connection to the teachings of Sri T Krishnamacharya,(said to be the grandfather of modern yoga) and they convey them with relevance and clarity.
They define yoga precisely and make it applicable to our modern lives by offering practical tools for transformation.
Their humility, honesty, and sincerity is a guiding light amongst the confusion of the modern yoga world.
Nitya Mohan daughter of A. G. Mohan and Indra Mohan, has trained in yoga from a young age.
She holds a degree in music and is known for her beautiful Vedic chanting and has released CD s on vedic chanting and the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.
Nitya presents the Svastha Teacher Training program in Singapore and travels internationally presenting her Sound for Sound Health program.
Ganesh Mohan son of A. G. Mohan and Indra Mohan was trained from childhood in yoga and other related areas such as Vedic chanting.
He is also trained as a doctor of modern medicine and Ayurveda and co-developed, with Dr Guenter Niessen, the Svastha Yoga Therapy Program as well as The Svastha Yoga 200 hour Teacher Training an dPersonal Wellbeing Program.
Ganesh is deeply interested in the profound wisdom of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali which he continues to study and teach.
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