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Yogi Chetan Mahesh. M.Sc Yoga, M.ed, ERT- 500.

Yogi Chetan Mahesh has a been a strong force in the yoga community, both in India and international, since childhood. Being born in a Vedic family, he received intensive trainings from leading  yogis & swamis such as Yogi Balmukunji, Swami Vijayanadaji, Swami Sivanandaji Maharaj, Swami Dayanandaji, Swami Chinmayanandaji, Piolet Babaji and Osho.

He took his interest in yoga further by studying yoga and education in college which gives him an upper hand in teaching, yoga anatomy and physiology. He also has a diploma in yoga therapy under his name. He has won numerous yoga sports championships in his college years as well as interuniversity yoga championships across India. During this time, he had the honor of meeting celebrated and respected yogis from which he learned different styles. In 2000, he became part of the National Institute for Yoga, for which he was commissioned by the Government of India to teach yoga in Germany.
Given his passion for learning and teaching, Yogi Chetan Mahesh earned his Master of Science degree in Yoga in 2003. He travelled to China, South Korea, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and Malaysia to spread the knowledge and education of yoga. He is well-known for his workshops on Ashtanga Yoga and pranayama in South Korea as a faculty member in Choone College and Malaysia as a teacher at True Yoga.
Being a true yogi that he is, Yogi Chetan Mahesh retreated to the Himalayas with his spiritual teacher Swami Tanmayananda to deepen his spiritual practice. Here, he learned to awaken the kundalini power and mastered numerous types of breathing and meditation techniques. He is very well-versed in yogic philoshopy and has nurtured his wisdom at a young age.
In 2005, he became the founding secretary of the Association for Yoga and Meditation, India. Its main goal is to widen the prehistoric wisdom and values of yoga and meditation with a balance of science and spirituality but free from any religion or beliefs.

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