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Vivek Rengaraj

Vivek is a Level 3 AYUSH certified yoga instructor, with a comprehensive Yoga Instructors Course from SVYASA and a 500-hour Teacher Training Course in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga. His credentials underscore a deep commitment to both the study and teaching of yoga.

Vivek Rengaraj

Specializing in Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha Yoga, and Tibetan Bowl Meditation, Vivek brings a rich blend of dynamic movement, deep stillness, and meditative practices to his teaching, offering a holistic approach to yoga that caters to the physical, mental, and spiritual dimensions of the practice.

Vivek's teaching is deeply rooted in the traditional styles of Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa. He emphasizes the importance of breath, movement, and mindfulness, guiding his students through a journey of self-discovery and inner transformation, where yoga becomes a way of life rather than just a physical practice.

Vivek sees yoga as a profound journey of self-discovery and inner transformation, aligning with Sri M's philosophy that the essence of yoga transcends mere physicality. It is the harmonious balance of asana, pranayama, dhyana, and svadhyaya that guides him, much like Sri M describes the journey toward spiritual growth. Yoga, for Vivek, is an eternal dance of breath and movement, a practice that illuminates his path towards balance and enlightenment, reflecting Sri M's belief in the spontaneous grace that yoga brings.

Vivek's teaching philosophy is grounded in the belief that yoga's wisdom must be lived and expressed in every facet of life. He aims to infuse structure into his classes, transforming simplicity into a profound challenge that fosters resilience and focus. Each session is an homage to his Guru, designed to align the body and fine-tune the spirit. Vivek encourages his students to integrate the essence of yoga into their daily lives, transforming ordinary moments into extraordinary realizations of self-awareness and purpose. He believes that if the teachings of yoga do not positively impact daily life, the fault lies either in the teaching or the teacher, underscoring the importance of practical application and personal growth through yoga.

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