My name is Prem Bahadur Shah. I come from Lumbini Nepal, but in 2014 I moved to India and joined Upaya Yoga Teacher Training School. In the beginning of my yoga journey, I started out as a Master in Indian Yogic Sattvic Vegetarian Food, working as a chef and manager. However, I soon realised that cooking was not my only passion. Working and living in a yogic environment awakened a deep curiosity within me, and an interest in Yoga practice.
Eventually I decided to change the course of my life, starting my own yoga practice under the guidance of gurus. I completed my 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course (YTTC) in February 2015, and since then I've been working as a YTTC teacher, sharing my knowledge and motivation with other students.
My passion and main focus is Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, having completed the first and second series in Mysore (India). I can also teach traditional Hatha and Vinyasa yoga, basic pranayama, mantra chanting and kriya practice.
Yoga practice has deeply inspired me, lighting my path and becoming my lifestyle. I truly believe it has the power to transform and clarify one's life, guiding us through self-discovery, spiritual growth, and personal serenity.
I am a humble, calm, gentle, rigorous, energetic and revitalizing teacher who loves perseverance and challenges. My main goal is to keep growing as a person and yoga professional, learning from Gurus around the world and sharing unconditionally my knowledge and experience with a unique purpose: bringing wellness, joy, harmony and happiness to human life.