I call myself a yogini, a practitioner of Yoga. Technically speaking, I am a Yoga Shiromani, an internationally certified Yoga teacher.
I didn’t set out to become one, it just happened along the way. I took my teacher certification to take my own Yoga practice to a higher level, not with the intention of opening a Yoga studio.
Last year, when a few close friends asked me to share my holistic approach to Yoga, as opposed to an “exercise regime” in a studio, I agreed. I do private workshops with people who are interested in Yoga, in its pure, classical form.
It was through my direct teaching experience I found how misinformed or little informed people are about Yoga. So I decided to use this space to deconstruct this ancient Indian discipline.
I don’t claim to be a Yoga Guru. I try and live a Yogic lifestyle that gives me the strength and the vision to live a balanced life. If I were to say I have mastered all aspects of Yoga, I’d be lying and grossly misjudging myself. Yogic lifestyle teaches one to surrender ego, the Self, and live a healthy life where body and mind are in sync. As for me, I am trying a little, each day.
Through this space, under the category Yoga, I will try and dispel the myths around Yoga and help people connect with this ancient holistic discipline. I will share my own impressions, and understanding without any claim, whatsoever.
To know about the other aspects of my identity, please refer to About Sandhu Bhamra.
Full disclaimer: Please understand Yoga is not a substitute for medical attention, examination, diagnosis, or treatment. Consult a physician prior to beginning any activity program, including yoga.
Anupreet Sandhu Bhamra, SandhuBhamra.com blog’s author and/or owner are not liable for any injury, physical or otherwise through any teachings given under the category Yoga through this blog site. Yoga should be started and practiced with a certified Yoga teacher or an established Yoga guru/master. Always listen to your body when attempting a Yoga pose; respect the limits of your body and mind.