Daya – Yoga Teacher
I am a life loving yogi who began practicing the art of Yoga from right from my early years of life when I was in sixth standard. I did my 200 Hours Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training certification from Atmayaan Yoga Academy, Bangalore in 2013. Later in 2014,
I completed my RYT 300 from Aayana Yoga Academy, Bangalore. I gained experience working for multiple branded yoga studios & holistic fitness centers … read more about Daya yoga master
Shilpi – Yoga Teacher
During an agitated and confused time in her life, she glimpsed in asana practice the possibility of refuge. As the practice became consistent over the years, that refuge has gone to open something deeper inside her. Yoga became the therapy session she spent with herself,
the mat became her world creating a space to reclaim the mind-body connection that the difficult phase of her life had severed. Read more about Shilpi yoga master
Sumasree -Yoga Teacher
Sumasree’s journey as a professional yoga teacher began in 2007 when she completed her Yoga Instructor’s Course (YIC) from SVYASA, Bangalore. She has a degree in psychology and management. After a few years in the corporate world, she decided to take up Yoga on a full time basis and completed her 200 hr Teacher Training Course from Aayana Yoga Academy Bangalore.
She has a passion for teaching Yoga to Individuals with special needs. She also trains other Yoga teachers for the same. Read more about Sumraree yoga master
Dushyanth -Yoga Teacher
A soccer enthusiast. Yoga was not by choice. After I started working, I hardly had any time to play.I started yoga as an alternative to soccer. Since then there was no turning back, I got hooked. Yoga made me feel stronger than i seem, smarter than i think and braver than i believe.
I decided to do my teachers’ training @ Aayana. After the course, I was offered a job to teach and work with them.I decided happiness over money! As they say- If you can do what you do best and be happy, you are further in life than more people.
I always used to think too much and feel too little. But its the other way round now.