Diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy, M.A Yoga and philosophy
Mukesh Kothari is a spiritual counselor for some and yoga guru to others. He was introduced to an Ayurvedic lifestyle and yoga since his childhood as his father is an Ayurvedic doctor in his native Rishikesh. He started learning yoga concepts at an early age under the guidance of Swami Hanumant Giri. Later, the quest to understand it in depth took him to many Himalayan gurus and yoga schools.
During his yoga education, he spent 14 years at the school of Honorable Swami Omkarananada Saraswati (www.omkarananda-ashram.org).
He has been teaching yoga since 2003 after finishing his formal education in Yoga and Ayurveda. His teaching includes the style of Hatha yoga and inspired modern styles such as Ashtanga Vinyasa, Vinyasa, and self-created Bindusar yoga system.
His teachings also include the study of classical texts like Patanjali Yoga Sutra, Hatha yoga texts such as Hatha yogapradipika, Gherand Samhita, Hatha ratnavali, where the complete approach of asanas, pranayama, meditation, and Vedanta emerges.
He has regularly been teaching in India and the West since the last 15 years where he has gained the competency to explain the old tradition of Vedic yoga and Ayurveda knowledge to western students easily.
He is actively teaching around the world with his courses and Yoga teachers training 200 and 500 hours and set up his stable teachings along with a very dedicated team in European cities such as Budapest, Vienna, Prague, Moscow, Bratislava, London, Sardinia, Cluj, and Bucharest. He has trained over 600 Yoga teachers on the European continent since 2012.
He is the founder of BinduSar Yoga Rishikesh and Yoga studio in Budapest, where more advanced courses and teacher development programs are conducted regularly.
Listen here as he breaks down Ashta Vakra Asana and the prepatory steps to master it. It will give you a taste of how he works with postures and what to expect at his workshop:
For his courses in India, please visit www.bindusaryoga.com.
starts Sat. sep. 28, '19 at 09:00