Radhika's teachings draw from a 20-year background exploring yoga lineages, studying and teaching in India extensively. Her predominant training is in Ashtanga Vinyasa with a focus on optimum breath practice and alignment. Her students attest her expertise in catering to individual levels and needs. She has held positions as the leading yoga therapist for NZ's Olympic athletes and the Australian Federal police and her work has been used in the prominent Yoga Woman film. She is the founder of Kalpāna Radhika Yoga and has hosted 25 yoga teacher trainings in India, Bali, and Thailand.
Govinda Dev Is a true world citizen born in Perú, educated in Germany, but raised in the Indian Gaudiya Vaishnava tradition. He travels the world teaching and inspiring by sharing his vast experience and insight into how the world can gain from the timeless knowledge available in the Vedas. His main passion since his early childhood has been the arcana process of temple worship at which he excelled in his years as a monk.
Inversion and handstand specialist, Daniel Rama resides at the Sivananda ashram, in the Bahamas, where he assists when not sharing his vast knowledge of Yoga worldwide.