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Rohit Yadav

New Delhi

Rohit is an expert in the mind-body relationship and one of Delhi’s most popular yoga teachers for students of all levels. Rohit’s classes offer a breath-centered flow Yoga practice that fully integrates postures with meditative practices, relaxation and mindfulness techniques. His teaching style brings together influences from traditional Yoga Therapy, Patanjali’s Philosophy and Sports Medicine and science. The aim of each practice he teaches is not to mechanically perfect yoga poses, but to use the poses and other yogic practices to explore personal strength, compassion, and inner wisdom.

Besides his long-running advanced Hatha classes at the Sivananda Centres & reputed private Yoga centres in Delhi, Rohit has been teaching senior Diplomats and International Ambassadors in the city. Rohit also teaches yoga  retreats and workshops in Europe.

With over 12 years of experience in teaching classical Hatha Yoga & Vedic Chanting, he has been lead Hatha Yoga teacher in International Teacher Training Courses, also teaching and mentoring students from the University of Birmingham’s UKIERY study India programme, staff of the British Council Delhi & Children of the Ashish Foundation (School for children with Autism). He is a teacher’s teacher in the best traditional sense.

Rohit has a strong grounding in his practise through Advance Teacher certification from the International Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashrams, Hatha Yoga training through the Jawaharlal University-Delhi, Diploma of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine- Delhi University, Teachers training certification from the Krisnamacarya Yoga Mandiram- Chennai, Yoga Therapy teacher training programme from Yogavahini – Hyderabad.He also completed his masters in yoga. Additionally Rohit has had the honor to train under wonderful senior teachers in the Iyengar & Viniyoga traditions in India.

Rohit Yadav

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What is Yoga ? Yoga means union of the mind, body and spirit with the Divine  and while this refers to a certain state of conciousness both individual and Universal, it is also a method to help one reach that goal.

We teach a traditional, exact and easy-to-learn system that aims at naturally achieving the goal through creating a healthy body and mind that leads to spiritual evolvement. This traditional Indian wisdom in the form of Yoga has been accepted and is practiced worldwide.

The philosophy and the practices of yoga have provided solace from pain and guidance to higher life to many. Fundamental texts on yoga such as – Yogasutra, Hathayoga pradeepika etc., are in Sanskrit language.Sanskrit is one of ancient languages of the world and scholars consider it as a grammatically well structured language and most suited for expression of any systematic tought.

  • This traditional Indian wisdom in the form of Yoga has been accepted and is practiced worldwide. The philosophy and the practices of yoga have provided solace from pain and guidance to higher life to many. Fundamental texts on yoga such as – Yogasutra, Hathayoga pradeepika etc., are in Sanskrit language. Sanskrit is one of ancient languages of the world and scholars consider it as a grammatically well structured language and most suited for expression of any systematic thought. In this light, the following points are to be considered.
    Knowledge of Sanskrit would empower yoga practitioners to feel the power of expression of ancient yogis found in yoga texts and internalize the thoughts therein better, thereby reducing dependence on translations.
  • Scholars and students of Sanskrit will also be immensely benefitted by the practice of Yoga, since they can experientially realize those principles that they internalize intellectually.
  • Further, a study reveals that more than 800 Sanskrit works on Yoga remain unpublished in the form of manuscripts. The need for bringing out these unpublished works is essential to gain more wisdom from the yogic lore.

The Veda-s are greatly revered for being the most authoritative source of all Indian wisdom. Considered one of the oldest unbroken oral traditions alive today, chanting has immense value as it offers the practitioner a meditative experience for realizing the highest spiritual principle. It is for this reason that the Vedic texts were guarded with such stringent regulations so that they would retain their potency down the

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