G.N. Rao received his training as a yoga teacher from the well-known Kaivalyadhama Yoga Research Center, at Lonavia, near Bombay in India. At this center, traditional Yoga techniques are researched and refined in the light of modern science. He is also a Yoga therapist and has worked with medical personnel on the treatment, through Yoga, of several different ailments.
Mr. Rao has taught Yoga for twenty-five years, including eight years with the Kaivalyadhama Research Center, seven years as Vice-Principal of the Kaivalyadhama Health Center in Bombay and ten years at Rishi Valley School (J. Krishnamurthi Foundation, India). As well as teaching, he has published several articles on Yoga in leading magazines in India and the UK., dealing with problems like hypertension, heart attacks, asthma, digestive disorders, diabetes, spinal ailments etc.
Since 1990 he has been working independently, conducting several Yoga training programs, therapy workshops and meditation classes in several European countries.
Beside being an authoritative figure in the field of contemporary Yoga, G.N. Rao has studied Vedanta Philosophy in depth and is well versed in meditative techniques and Vedic chanting.

2 thoughts on “Home

  1. Ritania

    Where are you? I noticed you were not on the bhshtiakop schedule anymore. I miss you and hope to run into sometime soon. You were always one of my favorite teachers at Bhaktishop. I hope all is well with your health.Peace and Love. Kimmie

  2. Darshak Shah

    Dear Sir,

    I am suffering from maxillary Sinus since many time. I would like to cure the same with Yoga and Pranayam. Please suggest how i can do the same. Currently i am doing Jal niti and some basis pranayam at home.



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