Born in the famous city of Kashi on the banks of river Ganges Sudhanshu Semwal has been a Professor of Computer Science, at the UCCS for last twenty-five years. Some fifteen years ago, Sudhanshu tried yoga to alleviate the accumulated back pain from years of grueling tennis matches and time spent hunched over a computer screen.
The innumerable benefits of yoga soon began to percolate into every aspect of his life. Sudhanshu began to find a deepened sense of inner peace and happiness through meditative practice. Deepak Chopra’s message of infinite possibilities and connectedness of all living beings led him to the wonders of holistic health. Sudhanshu’s mantra has become: yoga provides infinite possibilities and is a generous source for healing, deep happiness and peace. He is enjoying every step of his invigorating yoga journey, and wants to share his knowledge,discovery, excitement, and benefits of yoga.
Jan can help you bring balance and a new perspective to whatever life situation you are experiencing with this gift of yoga. Blessings, on your journey.
The Iyengar methods use of various props facilitates finding the “essence” of each pose allowing the practice of Yoga to be applicable to all, no matter one’s limitations.
The attention to alignment/skeleton/bones and the use of our musculature to maintain that alignment in any given pose builds and develops strength and flexibility over time.
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Charanbir’s teaching is mellowed and augmented by his personal wisdom from almost 66 years on this planet.
Besides all that, Kundalini Yoga is fun!!!
She fervently believes that yoga is both a "physical" and a "mental" practice, but is confident that the careful attention to alignment typical in Iyengar yoga classes can help many people who live with physical (and emotional) pain. She has studied in India with the Iyengars, and regularly studies with the most senior practitioners of Iyengar yoga in the United States.