Deepak Kumar

Sector 33, Chandigarh, India - 160033

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Deepak Kumar

Hatha Yoga Trainer

Sector 33, Chandigarh, India - 160033.

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I combine Yoga with Ayurveda to ensure total health (mind, body and soul).
Taught Yoga in Rishikesh earlier and following are my forte:-
- Ashtanga Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Power Yoga
- Pranayama and Cleansing Techniques
- Yoga Therapy for: PCOD, Thyroid, Obesity, Sinusitis & Migraine, BP & Hypertension
- Meditation
- Diet Consultation (Sattvic Diet).

Languages Spoken

English Proficient

Hindi Proficient

French Basic

Education

Sikkim Manipal University 2010

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.)

Vinayasa Yoga Academy 2018

Certified Yoga Trainer

World Peace Yoga School 2018

Hatha and Ashtanaga Trainer

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Sector 33, Chandigarh, India - 160033

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Yoga Classes Overview

Yoga Classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Yoga Classes

1

Yoga certification given

No

Yoga purpose catered to

Stress Relief, Weight loss, Better flexibility, Remedy for Body pains, Improve immunity, General Fitness, Increased energy, Yoga Philosophy/ Yoga Sutra Studies

Age group catered to

14- 21 years old, 22- 50 years old, Above 50 years

Styles of Yoga

Kundalini Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga, Patanjali Yoga, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga Meditation, Ashtanga Yoga, Raja Yoga, Iyengar Yoga

Teaching Experience in detail in Yoga Classes

Primary Series Ashtanga Intermediate Series (Level 2) Ashtanga

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Ashtavakrasan, Hand balancing, Arm...

Morning Hatha Yoga

Shirshasan Variation, Headstand,...

Ashtanaga Primary series

Kundalini Yoga

Ashtanaga Intermediate Series

Morning Hatha Class

Hatha Class

Hatha Class

Ashtanaga Class Teaching Alignment...

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Answers by Deepak Kumar (3)

Answered on 22/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga

It is very subjective because each person has his own inclination towards any one specific technique.So, you have to choose which SUITS you most rather than knowing what is best according to me or anyone. I find Anapansati the best- watching the breath like Gautam Budhha and other Upanishad rishis. It... ...more

It is very subjective because each person has his own inclination towards any one specific technique.So, you have to choose which SUITS you most rather than knowing what is best according to me or anyone.

I find Anapansati the best- watching the breath like Gautam Budhha and other Upanishad rishis. It is initially tough to watch it as mind rides the waves of thought but after 18-20 months, you truly settle into it. You perfectly align your watching as per natural rhythm of breath so, no need to inhale or exhale deeply into it.

If you can persevere for long and do so, it will be a miracle cause whether you are walking, eating, swimming you are always in sync with your breath. You are just pure yourself- unperturbed.

You can also go for Traatak in evening (use earthern Diya with ghee rather than candles). It will not only increase your focus but will also cleanse your eyes and gives a radiance on your face as well.

There are many techniques but I advise my students to begin with breathing because it is closest to us 24×7 and we are nothing but a rhythm of breath. Thats why whenever you feel lost, angry or full of passion/lust..your breathing is haphazard i.e. you are not yourself.

Namaste and Om Shanti

Deepak Sharma

 

 

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Answered on 18/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Hatha Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

It hinges upon a few factors- location, person's fitness (if suffering from any specific diseases or not) etc. In Chandigarh, if a student is in the radius of 5km, I charge 5000rs for 12 sessions. Also, it varies according to the disease.
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Answered on 17/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga

Looking at the question, I get the hunch that the student has either not performed Asan (or Pranayam) as per his body constitution or has not been taken care of by the instructor. If you are already on the threshold of high BP or have high BP then, it is better to do all parasympathetic asans and calming... ...more

Looking at the question, I get the hunch that the student has either not performed Asan (or Pranayam) as per his body constitution or has not been taken care of by the instructor. 

If you are already on the threshold of high BP or have high BP then, it is better to do all parasympathetic asans and calming pranayams. Rigorous asans, foreceful bhrastrikas, kapalbhati and all inversions MUST be avoided.

Each yog asan is unique and each student is unique as well so, a nice set of asans and pranayams have to be devised for individual students, it shouldn't be a rat race to perform difficult postures which can prove fatal in the end.

I would advise the following:-

1. Discontinue all inversions

2. Do Anulom-vilom (but not nadi shodhan), Bhramri and Mahat pranayam after practice.

3. Talk to your teacher about it and ask him to change the asan sequence for you

 

Namaste and Om Shanti.

Yogi Deepak

 

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Yoga Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Yoga Classes

1

Yoga certification given

No

Yoga purpose catered to

Stress Relief, Weight loss, Better flexibility, Remedy for Body pains, Improve immunity, General Fitness, Increased energy, Yoga Philosophy/ Yoga Sutra Studies

Age group catered to

14- 21 years old, 22- 50 years old, Above 50 years

Styles of Yoga

Kundalini Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga, Patanjali Yoga, Power Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Yoga Meditation, Ashtanga Yoga, Raja Yoga, Iyengar Yoga

Teaching Experience in detail in Yoga Classes

Primary Series Ashtanga Intermediate Series (Level 2) Ashtanga

Meditation classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Meditation classes

2

Teaching Experience in detail in Meditation classes

Dynamic Meditation Kundalini Meditation

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Answers by Deepak Kumar (3)

Answered on 22/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga

It is very subjective because each person has his own inclination towards any one specific technique.So, you have to choose which SUITS you most rather than knowing what is best according to me or anyone. I find Anapansati the best- watching the breath like Gautam Budhha and other Upanishad rishis. It... ...more

It is very subjective because each person has his own inclination towards any one specific technique.So, you have to choose which SUITS you most rather than knowing what is best according to me or anyone.

I find Anapansati the best- watching the breath like Gautam Budhha and other Upanishad rishis. It is initially tough to watch it as mind rides the waves of thought but after 18-20 months, you truly settle into it. You perfectly align your watching as per natural rhythm of breath so, no need to inhale or exhale deeply into it.

If you can persevere for long and do so, it will be a miracle cause whether you are walking, eating, swimming you are always in sync with your breath. You are just pure yourself- unperturbed.

You can also go for Traatak in evening (use earthern Diya with ghee rather than candles). It will not only increase your focus but will also cleanse your eyes and gives a radiance on your face as well.

There are many techniques but I advise my students to begin with breathing because it is closest to us 24×7 and we are nothing but a rhythm of breath. Thats why whenever you feel lost, angry or full of passion/lust..your breathing is haphazard i.e. you are not yourself.

Namaste and Om Shanti

Deepak Sharma

 

 

Answers 30 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 18/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Hatha Yoga Health and Fitness/Yoga/Yoga Meditation

It hinges upon a few factors- location, person's fitness (if suffering from any specific diseases or not) etc. In Chandigarh, if a student is in the radius of 5km, I charge 5000rs for 12 sessions. Also, it varies according to the disease.
Answers 87 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 17/12/2018 Health and Fitness/Yoga

Looking at the question, I get the hunch that the student has either not performed Asan (or Pranayam) as per his body constitution or has not been taken care of by the instructor. If you are already on the threshold of high BP or have high BP then, it is better to do all parasympathetic asans and calming... ...more

Looking at the question, I get the hunch that the student has either not performed Asan (or Pranayam) as per his body constitution or has not been taken care of by the instructor. 

If you are already on the threshold of high BP or have high BP then, it is better to do all parasympathetic asans and calming pranayams. Rigorous asans, foreceful bhrastrikas, kapalbhati and all inversions MUST be avoided.

Each yog asan is unique and each student is unique as well so, a nice set of asans and pranayams have to be devised for individual students, it shouldn't be a rat race to perform difficult postures which can prove fatal in the end.

I would advise the following:-

1. Discontinue all inversions

2. Do Anulom-vilom (but not nadi shodhan), Bhramri and Mahat pranayam after practice.

3. Talk to your teacher about it and ask him to change the asan sequence for you

 

Namaste and Om Shanti.

Yogi Deepak

 

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Deepak Kumar describes himself as Hatha Yoga Trainer. He conducts classes in Meditation and Yoga. Deepak is located in Sector 33, Chandigarh. Deepak takes at students Home and Regular Classes- at his Home. He has 2 years of teaching experience . Deepak has completed Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) from Sikkim Manipal University in 2010. HeĀ is well versed in English, Hindi and French.

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