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Our Story

Yogamu's History

Yogamu because yoga is a Sanskrit word and means union. Thus now that you know, the word Yogamu reminds you what yoga means. Yoga means union. As a word directly but also as a concept. This makes Yogamu a very short sutra. The word sutra is the same as suture when your wounds are being stitched up. It connects and makes it complete again. Sutras remind you of larger concepts, they are the seeds that trigger all memories about a topic.

Yoga is the foundation, the union from which and within all reality unfolds as depicted with our flower of life logo. It shows the variety of man by using the 6 human skin tones of the Fitzpatrick scale. This showing how one nature comes in different colors but it also reaches from the ancient teachings of yoga into today’s problems that fill the news. Thus a return to the source will also be the solution to stabilize everything. That is the story behind the name Yogamu.

 

Our Philosophy

Our curriculum focuses empowering our students to become confident in planning and conducting live classes as well as helping to deeply understand the underlaying concepts of ancient yoga. 

Yogamu's Principle

Once our students know that their very presence can change lives, they are ready to teach. We reach this goal by working with our students for a long period of time to help them create their own daily practice until their exuberance begins to spill over and turns into teachings that bring joy and transformation to other peoples lives. 

Key Of Success

We believe that it is not enough to hold a 200 or 500 hour certificate in your hands. We believe that only practice and a total immersion into yoga leads to a transformation of the student into a true teacher. 

Our Team

We are a team of more than 40 dedicated people that live and breathe yoga. Most of teachers have masters degrees in yogic science or related fields and all are 500HR+ registered teachers. Our founder is the USA ambassador of the World Yoga Federation of India and we have helped to create more than 100 yoga and meditation schools already. 

Abegail Pineda

Student Success

Dr. Fariha Khalid

Program Director

Mahi Modi

Lead Teacher Psychology

Dr. Talha Farooq

Lead Teacher Medical

Krisha Marie Ornopia

Student Consultant

Maria Concepcion Silaya

Student Consultant

Megha Banerjee

Support Director

Sofia Barrera

Video Director

Nikolai Manek

Founder and CEO

Emily Manek

Course Director

Lisa Manek

Marketing

Ravi Damor

Project Director

Debajyoti Adhya

Project Coordination

Ajay Panday

Lead Teacher

Bharti Patel

Software Development

Mayur Vaidhya

Project Manager

Tamlyn Cohen

Lead Teacher

Deepak Kumar

Lead Teacher

Garima Jain

Development Lead Web

Marwa Magdy

Lead Designer

Vikash Petwal

Lead Teacher

Sayantani Samanta

Project Manager

Ana Carolina

Support Lead

Rod Tan

Microsoft Admin

Alexa Dareen

Support Lead

Sandhya Lakhera

Lead Teacher

Karan Vikama

Lead Teacher

Sumangala Srinivas

Lead Teacher

Arun TR

System Admin

Ashima Sharma

Research Writer

Dr. Wazir Ahmed

Curriculum Director

Vipin Kohli

Lead Developer Apps

Prithi Gopalan

Lead Teacher

Dr Rashmi Bhatt

Lead Teacher Ayurveda

Hitesh Raundal

Lead Ecommerce

Muhammad Zubair

Software Developer

Nitin Jain

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Our Story

Yogamu because yoga is a Sanskrit word and means union. Thus now that you know, the word Yogamu reminds you what yoga means. Yoga means union. As a word directly but also as a concept. This makes Yogamu a very short sutra. The word sutra is the same as suture when your wounds are being stitched up. It connects and makes it complete again. Sutras remind you of larger concepts, they are the seeds that trigger all memories about a topic.

Yogamu is the foundation, the union from which and within all reality unfolds as depicted with our flower of life logo. It shows the variety of man by using the 6 human skin tones of the Fitzpatrick scale. This showing how one nature comes in different colors but it also reaches from the ancient teachings of yoga into today’s problems that fill the news. Thus a return to the source will also be the solution to stabilize everything. That is the story behind the name Yogamu.