Yoga Teacher Bharat
Bharat has a multidimensional approach towards yoga which he aims to share with as many aspiring yogis as he can. He also wishes to enhance his knowledge and learning by engaging in deeper practices of yoga.
Yogi Bharat is a renowned name in the field of Yoga Teacher Training. He specializes in the Hatha Yoga, Yoga Philosophy, and Pranayama.
Being born and brought up in a family with Spiritual inclination, from an early childhood he was exposed and familiar with the world of Yoga and spirituality. Most of his early memories are of spending his vacations in Ashrams getting acquainted with yoga philosophy and spiritual practices. During his teenage itself, Bharat started his stint with yoga and went ahead with getting a Masters Diploma in Yogic science.
Bharat was trained under Yogi Chetan Mahesh for Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga while Yogacharya Santosh Kumar gave him an insight on Pre-natal yoga. While practicing his sadhna, he developed a keen interest in exploring the deeper layers of Yoga philosophy which led him to the Yoga Philosophy master, Yogi Benu Ji, with whom he has been training since then.
Apart from the Yoga philosophy and Pranayama, Bharat also mentors people on Yoga therapy, Mantra chanting, and Meditation. With his multidimensional and flexible approach towards yoga, the helps every student in getting well acquainted with the deeper nuances of yoga.
Bharat is the best example of how your childhood learning defines your inclination and purpose in life. Due to the strong influence of the spiritual upbringing, Bharat has carved a successful career for himself with over seven years of experience in Yoga Teacher Training.
Apart from the Diploma in Yogic Science, Bharat holds several other feathers on his cap such as:Registered Yoga Teacher-500 hoursExperienced Yoga Teacher- 200 hoursYoga Philosophy from Saint Benu Maharaj Ji ( certified from Bihar School of Yoga)
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