Yoga - Teacher, Therapist, Researcher
Yogacharya Karamjit is the Founder & Director of our organization. He was born and brought up in a Hindu and Yogic family whose roots deeply emerged with Yogi's lineage. His ancestors built a Shiva Temple and Monastery in Haryana, India, for wandering monks, sannyasins, and yogis to stay and practice Yoga. His forefathers served the Yoga community for more than a decade. Since childhood, he has stayed and practiced yoga under the revered Monks & Yogis in Monastery. He learned the basics of yoga from a wandering monk, Bhakti Yoga from her mother, and Karma Yoga from his father. He had also learned hatha yoga from many great masters.
Yogacharya Karamjit has taught Yoga for a long time and worked as Yoga Therapist in the Yoga, Ayurveda, and Nature cure hospital. He practiced Ashtanga Vinyasa in Mysore and Yoga-Vedanta from Rishikesh and toured many monasteries throughout India. As a real shadaka, he did intensive sadhana for many years. During meditation, he got a message from the Divine to establish an organization for people's welfare, where all the ancient wisdom and modern science worldwide would be provided with the best solution for their problems. So he gave his life and worked in this direction with full dedication and devotion to complete this mission.
His wish is "We have to Rediscover, Collect, Record, Save & Share all the Ancient and Modern Science & Art for the welfare of every being, for now, & Future, many of the great science and art were destroyed because of not sharing, ignorance and war, which is a great loss of all humanity."
Yogacharya started practicing yoga asana during schooling. He participated in many yoga competitions and continued his practice with other sports. Later he got the problem of nasal allergy, and to treat it, he started going to a traditional yoga temple and healed himself in a couple of days. He realized the power of yoga application in the management of diseases. He started reading ancient texts on yoga and started practicing yoga as spiritual science.
Yogacharya Karamjit left home to learn yoga from traditional Yoga Gurus. He has traveled and stayed in many ashrams and temples to learn sacred yoga practices. He stayed in the Himalayas for a long time for Advanced and Spiritual Yoga Practices.
Iyengar Yoga Learning
He was blessed to learn from B.K.S Iyengar Guru Ji Himself and many Iyengar certified Yoga Teachers.
Yogacharya Karamjit did 300 hours Yoga Instructor course and Post Graduation Degree in Yoga from Swami Vivekananda Yoga University and earned his Master's in Yoga Science (M.Sc) Degree. After that, he did Yoga and Vedanta certificate courses from Swami Sivananda Ashram (Divine life Society) in Rishikesh, India. Later he did a 200 and 300 hours Yoga Teacher Training In Rishikesh from a registered school with Yoga Alliance USA and became an E-RYT 500 (Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher).
He applies his knowledge, experience, and practice to the vast wisdom of Yogic philosophy, human anatomy, and physiology. He practices to heal, purify and harmonize the complete personality, and overcome humanity's physical and mental pain, sorrow, and suffering. He is serving people wholeheartedly to realize the importance of Yoga to achieve complete health, peace, joy, and harmony. He treated many patients with different health problems through Yoga Therapy.
Since childhood, he has evolved in various sports activities and participated in several competitions in yoga, wrestling, judo, gymnastics, football, basketball, etc.
Acting and theater is one of his passions since college days. He directed and participated in various plays, skits, mimes, and dramas. He also worked as an anchor in multiple events. In addition, he wrote several plays and composed many songs and poems.
He published a research paper in an international journal on the topic Effect of uninostril yoga breathing on brain hemodynamics: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study Through this research, he proved that Yoga breathing through a particular nostril was found to have an effect on contralateral frontal hemodynamics. This may be the probable mechanism behind the cognitive changes induced by uninostril yoga breathing. These findings support the relationship between the nasal cycle and the ultradian rhythm of cerebral dominance.