Hello, my name is Sudha Govindan. Born and raised until early adulthood in India, I’ve been around yoga all my life. I’ve been teaching Yoga since 2009. Also, I have been certified to teach teacher-trainees. The benefits of yoga are endless and one has to practice it to see what it is all about. For me, the more I practice, the more I want to do it.
Also, I feel that there is no other exercise that brings so much awareness to the mind and body. Each time I see students leave the class feeling happy, calm and stress-free, I crave to teach it more. Please come, join me, and see for yourself what this ancient practice is all about.
Hello, I’m Mita Nag. Yoga has been a part of my life for more than 10 years and my practice has not only helped me to get better physically, but mentally as well. I was suffering from severe back pain when I had my first child. A few years later, when I went to India to visit my parents, my dad enrolled me in a yoga school. I practiced yoga regularly for three months with a combination of poses and breath. When I came back, I noticed that my back pain was gone. This motivated me to become a yoga instructor.
Through compassionate teaching, I can share my knowledge with others to live a healthy and a more meaningful life. I realized that yoga not only makes our bodies strong and flexible, but it also brings emotional stability, clarity of mind, and increased spiritual awareness. I have my 500hr RYT from Yoga School of Therapeutics, I am registered with Yoga Alliance and have attended workshops from the great masters: Paula Self Tortolano, Aadil Palkhivala and Doug Keller. I thank all of the great masters who have enriched my yoga study.