Principal Yoga Teacher &
Director of Yoga Teacher Training Courses
Taruma Yoga Center, Chengdu, China
Contact Telephone Number in Chengdu, China:
Den Yoga, Hangzhou, China
Principal Yoga Teacher & Director of Yoga Teacher Training Courses
Teacher & Director of Yoga Programs
Sheng Ma Yoga, Hangzhou, China
Chief Advisor for Yoga & Yoga Therapy Programs
Yoga International, Hong Kong
Director & Master Teacher
Furong Yoga College, Tai Zhou, China
Master Teacher & Yoga Therapist
Yu Yao Yoga & Fitness Center, Yu Yao, China
Professor of Yoga & Director of Yoga Studies
Patanjali Yoga College, Ningbo, China
Yoga Acharya V. V. R. Ganesh is a certified advanced yoga teacher and yoga therapist from India who
has been practicing yoga since his childhood, training with esteemed yoga teachers, vedic scholars, yogis, spiritual teachers,
and family elders. He has completed yoga studies at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Center in Kerala, South India. He
holds both the Yoga Teacher Training Certification and the Advanced Yoga Teacher Training Certification diplomas through the
Yoga Forrest Academy. He has also trained with and taught at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta International Centers.
Born into a family of teachers and counselors in India, Yoga Acharya Ganesh continues his family's lineage
of spreading mind-body-spirit health through yoga and ancient Eastern practices. As a child, Ganesh began his education
in the healing arts with his grandfather and uncle, both respected motivational yoga teachers who served as his mentors and
guides. Yoga Acharya Ganesh has had the unique opportunity to study with and receive blessings from such masters as: H.H.
Sri Sathya Sai Baba; Sri Tiruchy Swamigal; Mata Amritanandamayi (Ammachi); Yoga Acharya/Vedic Scholar Professor P.A.Seshan;
and Professor Padmanabha. In addition to his yoga qualifications, Yoga Acharya Ganesh is a practitioner in the ancient Indian
health system of Siddha Vaidya, an herbal rejuvenation technique. Yoga Acharya Ganesh holds a traditional degree in Indian
history, is a Rotarian, and serves as Associate Director of "Children Everywhere" which sends educational
materials from developed nations to India.
Since 2001, Yoga Acharya
Ganesh has been popularizing yoga throughout China in yoga centers, health clubs and universities. Currently he serves as:
Principal Yoga Teacher &
Director of Yoga Teacher Training Courses at Taruma Yoga, Chengdu, China. He has also served as: Master Teacher & Director of Yoga Programs at Xing Den Yoga, Hangzhou, China; Master Teacher & Director of Yoga Programs at Sheng Ma Yoga, Hangzhou, China; Chief Advisor for
Yoga & Yoga Therapy Programs at Golden Pearl Yoga International, Hong Kong; Director
& Master Teacher with
Furong Yoga College, Tai Zhou, China; Master
Teacher & Yoga Therapist at Yu Yao Yoga & Fitness Center, Yu Yao, China; and Professor of Yoga & Director of Yoga Studies at Patanjali Yoga College, Ningbo, China.
As Director of Patanjali Yoga College, Yoga Acharya Ganesh conducts yoga classes, yoga therapy consultations,
and yoga teacher training courses, in addition to lecturing on yoga throughout India, China, Europe, Thailand and the Maldives.
Yoga Acharya V.V. R. Ganesh’s mission
is to disseminate to sincere seekers worldwide ancient yogic practices in a user-friendly style in order to increase students'
health, wellbeing, relaxation and fitness. To this end, Yoga Acharya V.V.R. Ganesh offers: yoga classes; breathing instruction;
yoga Teacher Training courses; lectures; and personal yoga therapy consultations for specific ailments and stress reduction.
ultimately means union between mind, body and spirit. Yoga helps people become more balanced and peaceful. It is my privilege
to participate in helping people achieve this harmony."
--Yoga Acharya V.V.R.Ganesh
is not merely his fine credentials but more importantly his integrity, positive energy, and peaceful nature that make Yoga
Acharya V.V.R. Ganesh a very popular and effective yoga teacher and yoga therapist. I am honored to have studied with Yoga
--T. Wong, China
"The Tao of nurturing life requires
that one keep oneself as fluid and flexible as possible. One should not stay still for too long, nor should one exhaust oneself
by trying to perform impossible tasks. One should learn how to exercise from Nature, by observing the fact that flowing water
never stagnates and a busy door with active hinges never rusts or rots. Why? Because they exercise themselves perpetually
and are almost always moving." --Sun Ssu-mo, Tang Dynasty Physician