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Our Approach


We believe that good yoga teachers come from good practioners, so at Kranti Yoga the focus of all our courses and trainings is simple, to help you grow as an individual.
Yoga is a unique and special journey that begins with you. We think that knowledge comes through experience! Therefore we place great emphasis on your self-practice and your understanding of alignment, adjustments and a proper ayurvedic diet to help you understand your body and mind in order to gain the confidence you’ll need to teach from a place within you.
By instilling in you a sense of focus, concentration and acceptance, we help you to find a place of strength from which life flows.
We have a unique program that combines the fundamentals of Ashtanga Yoga with Vinyasa Flow.  Workshops focus on key areas to help you develop the physical strength and open key joints required to help you progress.
From our experience, this approach has the most profound effect on your practice and helps you to progress most quickly. You will notice a huge difference after practising in this way after just one week.
Our Teachers

 
                                   Tarun Agrawal
                                                                        Guru Chanababa

Tarun, founder and director of Kranti Yoga, was born in 1980 in Dongargarh, State of Chhattisgarh in Middle India. Following a family tradition he started to frequent a guru named Sant Chanababa at the early age of 9 for meditation and yogic spiritual talks named Satsang. Chanababa was an old Tantra Master living in a temple located on Shakti Mountain giving Tarun his spiritual name "Kranti" which means "Revolution".
In this early period of his life, Tarun already came in touch with the ethics of Yoga and at the same time this was the beginning of his spiritual journey.
At the age of 14, his guru found Tarun mature enough to begin with daily Yoga practice. For this reason Tarun started having Asana class with Swami Vidhyanand Saraswati at Shivananda Kutir Yoga Ashram and was trained there in different yoga styles: Ashtanga, Vinyasa FLow, Sivananda, Kundalini and Raja. It was in those days that Tarun gained his first teaching experience while replacing the Swami occasionally when he was absent. During this period he was taught in Ayurveda as well by Dr. Manoj Sharma.
In 1999 he became member of The Divine Live Society Sivananda Ashram in Rishikesh and stayed there for around 2 years.
Over those years he came in touch with many spiritual Indian masters who influenced and molded his thinking and way of living.
After several stays in different ashrams, he finally started teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga at OSHO International Ashram in Pune in 2001. Since then he has dedicated himself completely to this dynamic and powerful form of Yoga. During a longer stay in Jagan Mohan Palace in Mysore, Kranti was able to deepen his knowledge about  Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga style which he considers the most suitable asana practice for himself.
In 2007, Tarun started his own yoga shala (school) in Goa and has since been teaching Ashtanga Yoga and Vinyasa Flow. Tarun was certified by Yoga Alliance in 2010, the same year he started travelling throughout Europe giving numerous classes and workshops. Back in Goa, he shares his knowledge with yoga students from all over the world in Yoga Teacher Training Courses, Intensive Yoga Courses and Yoga Retreats which he offers successfully in his shala on Patnem Beach.


Upendra Babu Khatri

Upendra Babu Khatri has been practicing yoga and meditation from a very early age with his father as well as many Indian masters in various different ashrams across the country. He has a Masters Degree in Yoga and Yoga Philosophy. He has a PG Diploma in Naturopathy and also in Sanskrit. He has spent time studying the impact of Yoga Nidra, Surya Namaskaras and Omkar Chanting on dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. With 7 years experience in the field of teaching yoga, he has decided to join the Kranti Yoga Team to share his wealth of experience and knowledge. He will teach Hatha Yoga, Pranayama, Pranayama Theory and Chanting. We would like to welcome him to the team.

                OM Dwivedi ( Guest Teacher )

OM is an internationally renowned Yoga spiritual master. OM Dwivedi was born and raised in the town of Rishikesh, the world yoga capital Rishikesh in Himalaya, India. Om Dwidvedi started studying yoga at the young age of 14 years. Om Dwivedi was introduced to yoga by his spiritual master due to some physical problems. Yoga transformed his life and helped him lot with his physical problems gaining flexibility and strength in his body. Then he entered the famous Omkaranada Ashram in Rishikesh. Om Dwivedi has studied yoga philosophy and practiced yoga there with several teachers and got the skills of Therapeutic Yoga.
He has completed several different courses including Sivananda Yoga Teacher Training, a two year diploma in ayurveda and yoga from Allahabad, Varanasi and Vedanta from the Sivananda Academy in Rishikesh. Under the guidance of many masters, Om Dwivedi has studied yoga intensively - the various forms of yoga – Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Karma Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and the various other elements like Pranayama (breathing techniques), Asana (yoga postures) and Dhyana (meditation).
OM Dwivedi has conducted numerous yoga workshops, yoga training sessions for groups and individuals. Adapting ancient yoga techniques and yoga postures to suit contemporary lifestyle requirements. This form of yoga is to open our energy centers, chakras and extremely powerful system of yoga that requires strong concentration and spiritual dedication.

                                                                                                                      Magda Procner

Magda started doing yoga in 2003 and experimented with various styles, including hatha, vinyasa flow, vinyasa krama and power yoga, before she fell in love in Ashtanga Yoga in 2009. Since then, ashtanga yoga has become her daily practice and she has participated in numerous classes, workshops and retreats around Europe and India with internationally-recognised teachers such as Hamish Hendry or Ronald Steiner.
In 2011, she turned her organised life upside down by quitting her full time job as a translator and moving to India to follow her passion of yoga. This decision has opened the door to a journey of self-discovery and spiritual exploration which has transformed her understanding and meaning of life and yoga completely. She has completed her Teacher Training with Kranti and practiced with him for a few years until he felt her ready to join the Kranti Yoga Team.
She teaches Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow and Yin Yoga classes as well as alignment and adjustment classes and her extensive experience in teaching (she used to be an English teacher and university lecturer) has proved to be of great value as she can immediately recognise her students’ needs and challenge each of them individually.
She’s a strong believer in the power of smile and laughter and the importance of following one’s dreams, an intuitive idealist and explorer whose infectious enthusiasm and zest for life inspire her students and help them find what yoga truly means for them.

                                                                                                       Julia Gavin


Julia was originally a Mathematics teacher from Liverpool until she stumbled across Kranti Yoga while travelling in India.  She immediately signed up for a Yoga Teacher Training Course and was teaching at Kranti Yoga as soon as she graduated from the 500 hours YTTC..
Previously, Julia had been practicing a variety of different styles of yoga for over ten years but she has developed, with Kranti, as a yoga teacher of Vinyasa Flow having developed the fundamentals through Ashtanga Yoga.  She particularly enjoys the pace and the focus of Ashtanga Yoga but loves the creativity and dynamism of Vinyasa Flow.   For Julia, yoga is a very physical activity that promotes a positive sense of welling being in everyday life.
As a teacher, Julia believes strongly in lifelong learning and that we should always be trying to broaden our mind by trying something different as often as possible.   She says that new experiences are key to our sense of fulfillment whether you are learning a new language, skill or hobby.  For her, yoga has a huge appeal as there is always more to learn and to achieve whether it be on a physical or spiritual level.

 

Namaste