Satya Yoga Academy Team
Rohit Kumar - Philosophy and Meditation Teacher
Rohit Kumar has obtained an M.A., (Master in English Language and Literature) and LL.B. (Bachelor in Law) at Indian Universities as well as an ERYT of 500 HRS. Tantra and Yoga have been essentials in his life.
After having started Yoga classes at Yoga Sansthan (a Yoga Ashram) in his hometown, Begusarai, Bihar, he accepted the request to disseminate the principles of Yoga along with its practices in several different places. Most of these teachings were in the Southern part of India and some countries of Asia. His classes relate mainly to Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Kriya Yoga and Kundalini Yoga.
In 2016 he moved to sweden, and behan teaching classes all over Europe such as: the Netherlands, Germany etc. Germany became one of his most successful tours as his Kriya Yoga classes were held in great esteem. Rohit admits about himself: “I am but a Yogabhyasi (Yoga practitioner) only and never a teacher. I serve without reserve my experiences of the practices up to my level”.
Hari OM Tat Sat
Naveen - Hatha Yoga and Pranayama Teacher
The word “Naveen” Literally means: “new” or creative. Naveen has been a Vedic and Yogic student.
at the age of 12 he moved to Rishikesh to study the Vedanta teaching Whilst he was living in a renown Ashram “Parmath Niketan”
He begins to learn the Asana and meditation in early age, as time passed he decided to do his 200hr teacher training course in Rishikesh and has now been teaching for the past few years. His life is very much inspired by the traditional teachings of Vedanta and Traditional Hatha Yoga.
Hari Om Tat Sat
Pankaj Sharma - Asana Alignment Teacher
Pankaj is a very young and humble yoga teacher. He was born in Mathur, the birthplace of Lord Krishna.
In Sanskrit, Pankaj refers to the lotus flower, the symbolism associated with this flower is that of a bud that’s first born in the mud and arises through the water to blossom.
Pankaj moved to Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh at an early age, where he studied Sanskrit, Veda chanting, mantra chanting, and yoga philosophy for 10 years.
He has put a lot of effort into understanding and experiencing the traditional teachings of Vedanta and yoga. To further his experience from Parmath Niketan ashram, Panjkaj joined the Sanskrit University of Uttarakhand in 2018 and became a graduate in yoga.
He now teaches in Rishikesh town and has experience teaching abroad.
Hari Om Tat Sat
Sachin - Yoga Philosophy Teacher
Originally from Haryana, Sachin was born on the confluence of Ganga and Yamuna in Allahabad. He went on to finish his education in Kurukshetra which happens to be the battlefield of the great epic Mahabharata and where Krishna imparted the teachings of Srimad Bhagwat Gita to Arjuna. It was a traditional school where one wakes up and sleeps with the chanting of Sanskrit prayers. His family are ardent devotee of the Ganga and Shiva, the inspired him more to pursue on the Spiritual path.
He studied BSc. in Chemistry & Biology. After finishing his Masters in Social Entrepreneurship from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, he worked on various social development projects in the toughest parts of India.
His spiritual Journey:
After working a number of years, Sachin traveled on a bicycle across India on bicycle, covering around 30000 km, he met many interesting personalities with unique visions on life.
Sachin next embarked on a three-year long journey by foot, crossing many interesting life situations. One part of his walks took him along the river Ganga from Varanasi to Gomukh; a total distance of 1800 km. Walking along the Ganga was an eye-opener for him. He met many saints & seekers and faced all kinds of challenges both physical and mental. These have aided him in establishing his life’s vision. He also trekked across the highest Himalayan mountains of Ladakh and Uttarakhand bringing him a calming experience despite all the austerities he faced during such walks.
Soon after, by divine grace, he found himself attending a Yoga Vedanta course in an ashram in Rishikesh. This course introduced a more structured and detailed aspect of Indian philosophy and lead him to continue his spiritual walk of
3000 km along the Narmada river in central India, known as Narmada Parikrama. This walk can be portrayed as a divine university for spiritual seekers where one confronts all thoughts and the river gives all the answers.
He then returned to Rishikesh where he continued to study yogic philosophy. For the past two years, Sachin has been spending his time studying and contemplating at an ashram in Rishikesh.
He will be sharing the subject of Yoga Philosophy with us.
Hari Om Tat Sat
Julia Ausello - Yoga Teacher
After 7 years of practice (Bikram and Hatha Yoga), she decided to take a leap and turn to teaching Hatha Yoga.
She is keen to make you discover this magnificent practice, which unites your physical body and your mental body.
It is a journey within yourself to discover your true Self.