Our teachers have been teaching Yoga as a subject to the thousands of students who have passed out of the Yoga College at KaivalyaDhama, India.
The teachers in the online course are :
Dr. Ganesh Rao (Lecturer – Patanjali Yoga Sutras)
Dr. Ganesh Rao has conducted more than 13500 sessions of Yoga till date, covering both the theory and practice of all aspects of Yoga catering towards health and healing. Dr. Rao is a Guide for Ph.D. students in Philosophy and Yoga of Mumbai University and K.K. Sanskrit University, Nagpur.
Dr. G. S. Sahay (Lecturer, Gold Medalist – Sanskrit)
Prof. Sahay has around 34 years of Teaching experience to the post graduate students at G.S. college of Yoga and cultural synthesis Lonavla , and taught Indian philosophy, Patanjali Yoga sutras, and Traditional Yogic texts .He has also delivered lectures in different re-orientation programs organized for the teachers from the schools of Maharashtra and Central Govt. He has conducted various yoga camps and workshops on yoga in India as well as visited Seoul South Korea to conduct yoga courses.
Dr. Sharad Bhalekar (Ayurvedic Physician, Lecturer)
Dr. Bhalekar is one of the most popular teachers at KaivalyaDhama. He frequently travels to Singapore and other south-east asian countries to teach.
R. S. Bhogal (Lecturer – Psychology, Author)
Prof. R. S. Bhogal is a post graduate in psychology. Also, he is qualified in the NET exam (Organizational Psychology) with 17 years of research experience and twenty years of teaching experience. He was also Managing Editor and Associate Editor of Yoga Mimamsa for 17 years.
Lee Majewski (Holistic Yoga Practitioner, Kundalini / Hatha Yoga Certified)
Lee has been in charge of the teaching methods at KaivalyaDhama. She also runs the cancer rejuvenation and chronic cure programs at Lonavala and around the world.
Vartika Dubey is the daughter of Shri O P Tiwari and disciple of Swami Digambarji. She has been trained in pranayama by her father and has had the blessing of her guru and father both to teach Pranayama. She directs the New York chapter of KaivalyaDhama and has been teaching for many decades.
Hiroshi Aikata is an ex-student of KaivalyaDhama, who graduated in 1991. Currently Professor of Philosophy in Thailand. Excellent communicator and has a thorough knowledge of Indian yogic texts and yogic concepts, having practiced and studied them for many years. Hiroshi guides the japanese students.