Co-Founder & Teacher
Yoga Alliance Certified E-RYT 500
Born in a traditional, devout Hindu family, it was at an early age, that Vishnu started visiting Ashrams, Temples and Monasteries. There, he came across the profound understanding and teachings of Vedanta and the origins of traditional yoga.
From an early age,Vishnu began to question life. What it was, why, and where it was meant to go. Beginning to look inside himself and seeking the guidance of ancient sages and yogis, he began the study of scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita, the Upanishads, Mahabharata, the Ramayana and many others. Henceforth, well versed in eastern philosophy, he has a deep rooted respect and appreciation for the yogic science, life and its divine manifestation. His quest for reality taught him to live life as a beautiful, universal experience. Having accumulated a vast amount of experience teaching students from all corners of the world, his passion lies in studying and sharing the deeply rooted and vast philosophy of the Yogas, encouraging us to question reality and find peace deep within ourselves.
A charming and dedicated Yogi, a natural teacher, Vishnu’s humour is full of life, making his classes lively and stimulating. Basing his teaching of both hatha yoga practice and philosophy on ancient texts, his passion is felt and ever present.
Based in Varanasi with his family, Vishnu also travels, teaches and conducts various courses and workshops around India and in South Bohemia, Czech Republic.
Co-Founder & Teacher
Yoga Alliance Certified E-RYT 200
Born in a small town in Southern Bohemia, Bhargavi was introduced to spirituality at an early age. She quickly understood that life would be more difficult without it. Living in various countries throughout her childhood, has deepened her understanding of human anthropology and psychology, and lead to the affirmation that people everywhere really look for and require the same things; peace, health and happiness.
Transitioning to the practice of yoga asanas as a substitute for her rigorous ballet training in early childhood, it didn’t take long before she began to explore the philosophical side of what it means to practice and apply the art of yoga. Experimenting with different styles, she has always found firm footing in the traditional teachings of Hatha Yoga. Traveling and living in India, acquiring a variety of life changing experiences which have had a tremendous influence on ones growth, development, understanding and practice, both spiritually and existentially. After art school in London, she headed back to India for her teachers training course and never looked back. Trained in the tradition of Swami Sivananda Sarasvati, Bhargavi continued to train, practice, study and teach at Sivananda Yoga Dhanvanthri Ashram in Neyyar Dam, Kerala. Living in the ashram, she guided practitioners on their path to self-recognition, spiritual growth and happiness.
Striving to take care of others through the art of combining the physical with the philosophical aspects of the yogic teachings and working with both body and mind, to find and establish an equilibrium. Fortunate for being able to share the yogic teachings worldwide, Bhargavi currently lives in Varanasi, with her husband Vishnu and their son Mahendra.