Yoga with Divya
Yoga with Divya
About This Yoga School
Divya was born and brought up in Delhi , India and was practicing yoga from 30 years or more since childhood and his father was also teaching yoga. Divya was interested in spirituality from very early age. He went to Osho commune and learned and practiced different meditations and explored spirituality for many years. Divya learned different styles of YOGA ASANAS (postures), PRANAYAMA (Breathing exercises) from different teachers. He taught Yoga asanas (Postures ), Pranayama (Breathing Exercises) and Meditations to many poeple in Goa, Dharamsala, Delhi in India, China, Thailand ,Bali and helped them to to become better yoga teacher and get benefit for all body parts and cure stomach problems , constipation, back pain, sugar, loosing fats and helped them to feel more freshness, aliveness, rejuvenation, happiness, relaxation and growth in spiritual journey by meditations.
Most important is how much you or any student can GRASP or understand or teach in four weeks course. When you ask for recommendations then ask how much other people transform or can teach after 4 weeks or they just got only lots and lots of information for advance classes without understanding the difference between beginners, intermediate or medium and advance classes .So proper learning and growth of any student is possible with systematic way of learning and teaching step by step…not by any jump directly to advance classes with lots of details. In many yoga schools or courses teachers keep on teaching or speaking more and more details or jump to teach many advance things for 4 or 5 different yoga styles which makes students feel confused and indecisive later when they finish the course and do not know from where to start or how to teach to beginners and medium level classes in simple easy way…so most important is to ask ourselves before choosing how much we can remember or grasp in 4 weeks where there are one day off so hardly you get 22 days to learn after taking away holidays…then last 3 or 4 days will be taken for exams where students hardly get 30 minutes to teach per person because there are 20 or 30 students in a class waiting for a single chance.