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Pranayama & Ayurveda

Sudhir was brought up at Kaivalyadham Yoga Institute, in Lonavala, India amidst rich traditional yogic heritage, a tradition kept alive by his father and a well known Pranayama master, Shri O. P. Tiwari.

Where

40 avenue de la République, Paris FR 75011
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Type of Event

  • Workshop

Yoga Styles

Levels

When

Jun 4 to
Jun 5
2016
08:00 amto17:15 pm

Saturday: 8:00-9.30 Pranayama/Pulse
2:30-3:30 Pranayama talk
3:30-5:15 Q&A
Sunday: 8:00-9.30 Pranayama/Pulse
2:30-3:30 Pranayama/Ayurveda talk
3:30-5:15 Q&A
This workshop will be in english with Gérald Disse translating into french

Price

160 €

or 85 euros for one day.

Full Description

Sudhir is an accomplished pranayama and Ayurvedic teacher himself!

Swami Digambarji, on his own accord, without any announcements and fanfare initiated Sudhir in 1981 by conducting a Yadnopavit ceremony (Thread Ceremony) and accepted him as a disciple. Sudhir received his primary and advanced Yogic and Ayurvedic training which included study of the scriptures, mantra, fire ceremony, pranayama and various aspects of adhyatm (spiritual) yoga. Sudhir also learnt pranayama and Hathapradipika from his father.

Sudhir’s calling came in early 2012 when his father expressed his desire for him to become an instrument to further the message of Swami Kuvalyananda and Swami Digambarji’s by spreading in theory and practice the fundamentals of undiluted yoga. Very willingly Sudhir agreed, so now he travels all around the world conducting workshops in theory and prac- tice of Yoga and Ayurveda and with his familiarity of alternative western medicine he also correlates these disciplines. His Mantra, Breathe Positive, Breathe Yoga.

Sudhir served the Health and Wellness Industry in the US, Canada and India at an executive level. He received his advanced teacher training from Kavalayadhama Lonavala, India, Bachelors of Engineering from Bangalore University Bangalore, India and MBA form St. Josephs University, Philadelphia, USA.

Sudhir now lives in Toronto Canada, with his wife and two children.