Tattva, The Art of Yoga, is a creative and dynamic yoga style that combines traditional and contemporary with elements of Vinyasa, Power Yoga and Ashtanga to get students fit and flexible. John ensures every class is different to help students stay engaged for the long term.
With four years of professional teaching at Bharat Thakur’s Artistic Yoga, John has reaped the benefits yoga and meditation can bring. Having completed “200H Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training”. John made the decision to become a qualified teacher in order to share the joys the practice can bring in. John was early to find his passion; at the age of nine he made yoga a part of his life. His teaching is a blend of tradition and contemporary including Vinyasa, Hatha and Power Yoga with a touch of Ashtanga, Pranayam and Meditation.
The integral part of his class is passive/partner stretches that decreases soreness and increases flexibility. Thus combination of styles helps you to get fit, tone-up or lose weight, also if you are looking to de-stress and adopt a healthier lifestyle. “The best thing about teaching Yoga is to see happy smiles after a class”, says John. This warm hearted Bangalorean, spreading Yoga and all its positivity is almost an obsession. John credits Yoga to transforming his own life and believes ‘there is no limit to learning and self discovery’ through practice.
Mission: ‘To spread Yoga and a healthy lifestyle’
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WEEKDAYS CLASSES (60min) – TATTVA, The Art of Yoga
TATTVA weekdays classes help to build great muscle strength, flexibility, and balance. Making an effort to surrender, work hard, and endure changes your mentality in a great way; it increases patience, tolerance, the ability to see more than what is presented to you, and above all cleanses you inside out.
WEEKEND CLASS (90min) – Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga
Ashtanga yoga is a practice created by Sri. K. Pattabhi Jois consisting of six series, and each series contains its own sequence of asanas. In the traditional practice of Ashtanga, called Mysore practice (originated from the city of Mysore, India), each student practices their own sequence and the teacher gives them adjustments and the next asana when they are ready.
John is currently on vacation. Classes will resume on April 10th.
MON 7.30 PM to 8.30 PM
WED 7.30 PM to 8.30 PM
FRI 7.30 PM to 8.30 PM
SAT 10.00 AM to 11.30 AM
SUN 10.00 AM to 11.30 AM
10 classes pass
25 classes pass
We accept cash at the gym, or you can pay us online.
Please contact John at +91 99717 88393 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up your first lesson.