With his unique style of teaching Yoga and Ayurveda, he shares his knowledge that is easy to apply in everyday life and practical for modern life. Both with its various ways of creating and healing through cooking, as well as teaching simple daily habits that can generate great benefits.
Swami Madhav graduated as a Yoga teacher with international certifications from Ananda Prakash Ashram and Kaivalya Dharma.
Having been educated in Haryana, India, Madhav left his home at the age of 15 to be with his Guru in the pilgrimage town of Vrindavan.
For 15 years he stayed with his Guru, learning the scriptures, teaching, traveling singing and playing drums.
Later, with the blessings of his Guru, he began his independent walk with the aim of promoting the study and knowledge of Ayurveda and spiritual growth.
Madhav has managed large-scale International Events, Yoga and Ayurveda Conferences, as well as retreats and tours of India from 2007 until now.
He is actively dedicated to promoting all the values he believes in, in all areas and levels of human life and has been teaching Yoga since 2009.
DR. HARI NEELAKANDHAN PALLATHERI
Dr.Hari is an International Lecturer and has participated in countless seminars and trainings abroad. With a highly accurate diagnostic capacity and closeness to the patient, making Ayurveda accessible to everyone.
It has been a fundamental support to present Ayurveda as an approved system in the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Body Work (NCBTMB), both in the United States and in Brazil.
He was born in 1969 to a Hindu Nambudiri family in the southern Indian state of Kerala, where generations of Sanskrit to Vedanta have been taught.
He has completed a 7 1/2 year residential Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) course in 1992 from Ayurveda College Coimbatore, associated with Bharathiar University and the Central Council of Indian Medicine.
He worked for 21 years, from 1992 to 2014, with the renowned Arya Vaidya Pharmacy Coimbatore Ltd Group of Institutions as Trustee and Deputy Director of Arsha Yoga Vidya Peetam Trust and Member of the Governing Council of AVREFA, which runs Ayurveda College Coimbatore. During his service, he devoted himself to teaching international students, consulting with both PI and OP patients, conducting international conferences, and managing institutions.
He is currently the Founder and Chief Physician of the Sudarsanam Center for Ayurveda and Yoga in Coimbatore, India, a Gurukulam (teacher) for Panchakarma treatment and training in Ayurveda and Yoga since 2014. He is also visiting professor at various institutions around the world.
As a keynote speaker, he has led more than 60 seminars, conferences, and training programs in various countries, in partnership with other individuals and organizations.
During his 25 years of experience in the field of Ayurveda, he has lectured for more than 40,000 hours for international students, including Hollywood celebrities, specialists in modern medicine, and other prominent intellectuals. He has also had the opportunity to treat more than 65,000 patients.
Carolina was born in Santiago in 1971. She studied Dance Pedagogy at the University of Chile. In 1996, while studying and researching different dance methods in New York, she had her first approach to Yoga. The meeting was so important to her that she decided to travel to India, the country where Yoga was born, and expand her knowledge for six months.
Upon her return home, she taught Yoga for two years until she moved to London, where she continued to share her knowledge and deepen her studies for five years.
Director and founder of Golden Healing Journeys®, a Yoga Teacher for 23 years, dedicated to promoting the knowledge of Yoga and Ayurveda. Inspiring through trips and retreats around the world, especially to India, a place where it invites you to live the experience of these sciences in a practical and authentic way.
In her constant search to perfect her skills, Carolina has explored different methods with different teachers such as Arun, Faeq Biria, Gabriella Giubilaro, Manouso Manos, Raya Uma Data, Gustavo Ponce, Swami Ekananda, Renato Turla, Swami Digambar, David Williams, Usha Devi and Paula Tortolano. She attended courses at Sivananda Yoga Center Putney (UK), Iyengar Yoga Institute Maida Vale (UK) and Satyananda Yoga Center London.
In 2004 she returned to Chile. Since then, she has graduated from the Yogashala Teacher Training Course (duration of 3 years), specializing in Axis, Sattva and Prana Shakti. She taught these three methods in the Yogashala school for 4 years.
In constant search to deepen her knowledge, she is currently taking the TTC Iyengar Yoga and other Ayurveda diplomas. In addition to conducting multiple workshops and retreats in Brazil, Argentina and Spain.