“Even the Master, in one way or another, is a student throughout life.”— Fakeer Ishavardas


The word ‘guru’ (master) implies imparter of knowledge. The guru or master is the person who guides his pupils from darkness to light or wisdom.

“The Guru is one who dwells in the Light and the Light dwells in him.”

Dada J. P. Vaswani

It is indeed true that a yoga master is a guiding light and the students must follow him to attain wisdom, knowledge and understanding. The roles of a yoga master are many and it is the responsibility of the master to show the right path to his students.

Shwaasa yoga masters are the propagators of enlightenment, wisdom, love and peace. With years of experience and their vast knowledge, they are able to nurture the young souls just the way they need to be.

Apart from teaching the students about the theoretical aspects of yoga, they guide, demonstrate, describe and modify as per the needs of the class. The approachable and warm nature of our yoga masters makes it easy for our students to never feel reluctant to ask something if there’s confusion.

The real aim of our yoga masters is not only to help the students earn their certificate but, inspire them and make them learn the real essence of yoga. They want their students to become the future bearers of the sacred art of yoga and thus, put in every effort to train these young minds in the best manner possible.

Le Yogi Coudoux

The world record of being locked up for more than six minutes in mini glass box is accomplished by none other than the extraordinary Le Yogi Coudoux from France. Born to a Tibetan Buddhist father and Christian Guadeloupian mother in 1946 in Tibet, the superhuman Yogi Coudoux found fulfillment under the lineage of Buddha Vamasha at the tender age of 3. A well-known Buddhist Master– Le Yogi Coudoux has traveled the globe for spreading the message of yoga and giving the world an opportunity to use the art of yoga for discovering the exceptional capabilities of the human body and mind through the science of Kung Fu Yoga. At the age of 8, he learned and created the science of Kung Fu Yoga and published two books following his shows and describing his career. Yogi Coudoux is one and only in the world to have been buried alive under 30 cm of the earth for 24 hours and to have been locked for 56 minutes in a small transparent Plexiglas box underneath water without oxygen under the supervision of a cardiologist only to emerge alive.

Victor Truviano

The eminent Breatharian from the land of Argentina, Victor Truviano is a living legend. The devoted violinist for seven years and a professional concertist for 20 years, it was nearly a decade ago in Bueno Aires when he decided to listen to his body and heart and traveled to the mountains. In the breathtaking mountains evolved the strong, flexible, happy, and active personality, Victor Truviano feeding on the energy of the universe, Prana. This mystic followed a 21-day assisted fasting with 7 dry days (no food) and lots of silence–he is truly a man of the ‘impossible’. Victor lives on two to four hours of sleep. And sometimes, does not sleep for days. Thanks to the infinite natural source of nutrition that regenerates his body, teeth, hair, while healing his myopia and also helps him maintain high energy levels to the extent that he is able to spend days in a waking state. Now, Victor travels in and around the globe relentlessly spreading the message of love and bliss. With a smile on his face, Victor says that Breatharianism or Inedia is a special boon in this world where the human race struggles so hard for daily bread and where we predict a war for water.

Jorge Bidondo

Jorge Bidondo was initiated into the path of the Nath traditions at an early age. At the young age of 12, he came under the light of Swami Yoga Paramahansa Yogananda, which led him on the path of practicing the Kriya Yoga and transforming into Kriyaban. At Theosophical Society, he met Atmananda Yoguim, his first teacher. At the age of 19, he performed the yoga instructor course with Swami Shivayotirananada who in return was a disciple of Swami Vishnudevananda, the director of Sivananda centers where he received the title ‘YogaSiromany’ of Sivananda Association. As a disciple of Swami Maitreyananda, he intensively studied the degrees of Teacher Trainer, Yoga Teacher Trainer, Trainer of Yoga Instructors, obtaining from his guru the degree of a Yoga Trainer in 1991. Later, Swami Maitreyananda awarded him the degrees of Spiritual Master of Integral Yoga and Maha Yoga (Lineage of Swami Asuri Kapila and Ramana Maharshi), Purna Yogacharya (master of integral yoga), Maha Yogacharya (master of maha yoga), teacher of Rakshana yoga and Maha Purna Yogacharya in 1994.

Amma Nanammal

The 97-year old wonder, V. Nanammal hails from Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu. Folding her body gracefully in diverse yoga positions and chanting ‘Matha, Pitha, Guru, Deivam’, Amma is the oldest Indian yoga instructor training 100 students every single day at her ‘Ozone Yoga Center.’ Around 600 of her students including 36 members of her family have become yoga teachers around the world. Having learned the science of yoga at the age of 10 from her grandfather, Nanammal never stopped practicing yoga at any point in her life and is making a statement that age is just a number. She has been awarded several honors including the Padma Shree, Nari Shakti Puraskar, Rotary Club Lifetime Achievement Award, and the Yoga Ratna Award. Amma Nanammal is truly an inspiration and spirit of extraordinary skills. She is a Silambattam expert, an Indian martial art that uses sticks as weapons. Nanammal even attempted to make it to the Guinness Book of World Records by teaching over 20,000 students and yoga lovers in Coimbatore.

Dr. Prakash Amte

Dr. Prakash Amte is a social worker and a father to the orphaned animals in Maharashtra. Dr. Prakash Amte and his wife Dr. Mandakini Amte set up ‘The Amte Animal Ark’’ — a rescue center at Hemalkasa for the injured and orphaned young wild animals. A medical degree holder from Government Medical College, Nagpur, Dr. Amte has exclusively provided his services as a doctor for the welfare of the tribal people. Through his projects, he seeks to improve the health and education services of the tribal community.

His projects have successfully transformed into a hospital, Lok Prakalp (police station), Lok Biradari Prakalp Ashram (residential school), and Amte Animal Park. Dr. Amte has dedicated his entire life to the development and betterment of the tribal people and local wildlife of the Gadchiroli region.‘Prakashvata’ (Pathways to Light) is an autobiography of Dr. Prakash Amte that was originally written in Marathi and further translated in English, Gujarati, and Kannada.

Sri Guru Mahant Shivayogi

Religious Superiors, especially the chief priest of a temple or head of a monastery is titled as Mahant, His Holiness Dr. Vijay Mahant Shivayogi and His Holiness Sri Guru Mahant Shivayogi set an example of an ideal Guru-Disciple relationship. Our Sri Guru Mahant Shivayogi fights for the eradication of bad things, abolition of addiction, and works for various social sectors.

He established Sri Vijay Mahantesh Vidya Vardhak Sangha in North Karnataka in IIkal in 1963 for the purpose of making higher education accessible to the children of poor parents. Set with the vision to promote education along with assisting in intellectual, social, and spiritual values, the Institute fosters healthy and confident beings. The institution bears the luminous name of Sri Vijay Mahant Shivayogi, is blessed with the values of Shri Mahant Shivayogi Swamiji, and the patronage and dedication of many great individuals.

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