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LalithaAdventure is Lalitha’s second name. She has a passion for running marathons and wants to explore all the adventure sports out there. She has gone skydiving, but bungee jumping is still on her bucket list! Since her childhood, Lalitha has been learning Bharatanatyam. Her first experience of Yoga was in 2009, when she attended a Pranayama workshop that left her wanting more. She felt it was like Bharatanatyam, involving each & every muscle in the body that left her feeling strong, flexible & energized after every session. Back then, Lalitha was employed in the corporate sector. She soon completed her 200hr TTC from a1000yoga and although she continues to work in the corporate sector, her yoga practice and teaching yoga gives her a sense of fulfilment.  Ashtanga is her favourite style and she tries to incorporate it in most of her classes, primarily Hata and Vinyasa. Having suffered from ankle, heel and shoulder injuries while training for half marathons, Lalitha wants to further specialize in Yoga for Sports/Runners. “Yoga is the perfect Cross training regimen for athletes and sports persons. There’s so much Yoga can do for an athlete or sports person’s strength, balance & flexibility & at the same time ensure a sense of restoration, peace & wellbeing which is such a rare combination”. Her classes reflect her personality, complete with humour, laughter and fun. In her free time, Lalitha is a bookworm, or she escapes to exotic locations around the world.

“Yoga to me is an escape from the outside world where I can immerse in myself & my body with no distractions!”



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