Bilva: 6 and 7 July 2019: The Yoga of Abundance in collaboration with K.Y.M.

Time & Location

EVENT COMPLETED! 06 Jul, 4:00 pm IST – 07 Jul, 4:00 pm IST Damaru Yoga and Sound Therapy Studio, 17/194 Pooja Apartments, Nr Himmatlal park, Bimanagar, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380015, India

About The Event

Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (K.Y.M) is among the premier centres of yoga and yoga therapy in India. KYM is recognised by Morarji Desai National Institute of Yoga (MDNIY) as one of the lead yoga institutes in India. KYM also has the SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation) recognition awarded by the Department for Scientific and Industrial Research, Government of India, Further, KYM is recognised by the Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Tamil Nadu. Be it for general wellness, Yoga Therapy or Yoga Teacher Training Programs, or Vedic chanting, the KYM is well known for its holistic health promotive approach. 

Date and Time 

1st session : 6 July 2019 : 04:00 pm to 08:30 pm

2nd session : 7 July 2019 : 08:30 am to 01:00 pm

“Bilva”- Damaru Anniversary Celebration Workshop 1: Comprehend the Impact of Vedic Chants with KYM senior faculty- Ms. Nithya Jagannathan

If there is one name that can be considered pretty much synonymous with contemporary yoga, it is T Krishnamacharya who is well known the world over as the yoga guru of legendary masters such as Indra Devi, BKS Iyengar, Pattabhi Jois and TKV Desikachar. Among most contemporary styles of yoga, several trace their roots back to this legend, whose teachings remain the inspiration for thousands of yoga practitioners all over the world. Be it fitness, healing or a spiritual quest, T Krishnamacharya is among the few legendary yoga gurus who managed to give every seeker of yoga and yoga therapy exactly what they sought.

The Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (KYM) was established in 1976, by T Krishnamacharya’s son and long-time student TKV Desikachar to carry forth the invaluable teachings of T Krishnamacharya.

In this fast-paced lifestyle, we are constantly running to achieve materialistic pleasures while keeping the self-healing and self-care at bay. Take a break to explore the power of Vedic Chants and the power of meditative practices in our weekend workshop at Damaru. Join our celebration to know how Vedic Chants can bring you peace and health benefits like improving vitality, immunity, and inner strength. Also, explore the metaphoric symbolism of Goddess Lakshmi and her presence in our lives – its meanings and interpretations, through an integrated asana-pranayama-meditative practice.

Ms. Nrithya Jagannathan- Certified Yoga Practitioner, Dancer, Explorer and a Ph.D aspirant

Being an integral part of the legendary KYM (Chennai), Ms. Nrithya Jagannathan is a senior faculty member with over 17 years of experience in teaching Yoga and chanting. Nrithya is also a member of KYM's Academic Council and is also certified by International Association of Yoga Therapists (IAYT). She has travelled extensively around the world teaching various aspects of Yoga philosophy, practice, and application. A Bharatanatyam dancer as well, she is doing her Ph.D on Yoga and Natya. She currently heads the publications and communications division of KYM.