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AnujBy the grace of the Masters and The Almighty, Anuj was chosen by his Guru Swami Vishnudevananda and was trained by his direct disciple Paul Gulien (Sukadev ji). Anuj has been trained in the Himalayas at Netala, Uttarkashi. He spent one full year in service of the ashram under the guidance of sages like Prahalada, Mani Chaitanya, Nataraj and other Karma yogis.

Anuj has a diverse background that helps him understand people with different needs. Having worked with Nestle India in the corporate sector, as an entrepreneur and having traveled extensively across India, he has a unique understanding of people and cultures. His notable observations on different body types, challenges of those employed in the corporate sector and an understanding of mindfulness techniques makes him an ideal mentor.

Anuj has completed his RYT200 with Yoga Alliance. Having volunteered with
Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Ashram for one year. He has an extensive Karma, Bhakti & Raja Yoga background. His keen interests are to bring Yoga to the people who need it the most: Corporates. Working with a1000yoga he has been instrumental in designing and conducting workshops in companies across Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai.

He draws motivation from his background in the Corporate sector and understanding of the challenges of today’s workplace. He and his team have trained employees in Unilever, Vodafone, Dreamworks, Target, Shell, Pepperfry.com and many more. He excels in sessions on stress management, desk yoga, mindful breaks and leadership. Anuj teaches Sivananda, Hata Yoga & APM at a1000yoga.

“Health is wealth-Peace of mind is happiness-Yoga shows the way” – Swami Vishnudevananda

RYT200 (Sivananda)

RYT-200-AROUND-BLACK

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