The ‘kaivalya Yoga shala ‘has been founded with a vision to present Yoga in its original form by keeping in mind the system of Ashtanga Yoga of Patanjali, the pioneer who laid down the foundation for the traditional Yoga. Our aim is to spread traditions of yoga which are rooted in thousands years old traditions to promote what exactly is the philosophy behind practice of yoga as described in the ancient authentic yogic texts i.e. Yoga sutras of Patanjali and Hatha Yogic texts. Same time our aim is to make people aware of scientific, physiological, psychological, and spiritual aspects of Yoga. So that students who have undergone through our teacher training, courses, retreats, healing and therapeutic workshops can be able to guide themselves and aspiring yoga students to promote Yoga in the right direction.
Unfortunately, nowadays many modern Yoga Teachers do not give importance to the source of Yoga and associated various concepts and practices that constitute Yoga as a complete system. It is our foremost duty and responsibility to express our gratitude to those great seers and Sages who have handed down to us this wisdom and it is our responsibility to protect and spread these wisdoms by way of making people aware about it.
Girjesh Sharma is the founder of Kaivalya Yoga shala who studied Yoga from the World-renowned Yoga Institute and School, Kaivalyadhama (Lonavla) India. Girjesh Sharma has more than 20 years of Teaching experience with educational institutes, yoga teacher trainings, and workshops to high profile clients. He also has ample of experience in yoga and wellness field, working with world famous clubs ,corporate companies ,schools, Hospitals delivered Yoga based wellness programs successfully.
Girjesh Sharma and team are devoted their life to study the philosophical and practical aspect of Yoga and impart the teachings and traditional yoga to the world in a very simple and precise manner..
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