About The Teacher

Rohil began his journey into yoga by coming into contact with
meditation 6 years ago. In a quest to find his true Self, he visited
many masters and guides from different parts of the country.
Soon the realization dawned that the real Guru is within, and
other masters are simply mirrors. A year later he began to
complement his meditation practice with Ashtanga-vinyasa. He
has spent long periods of time over the past few years with his
teacher, Ajay Kumar(sthalam8) learning Ashtanga in the
traditional Mysore-style. Soon afterward he began to teach,
feeling the need to share the sacred practices that have brought
about so much peace and fulfilment in his personal journey.
His unique style of teaching goes beyond simply the physical practice. The nurturing, yet challenging
environment created in his classes pushes his students to tap into their inner potential. His intention
is to bring about lasting inner transformation through asana practice.

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