We acknowledge and pay respect to the land and the traditional families of the Yugambeh region of South East Queensland and their Elders past present and emerging. The Yugambeh region includes families that identify as Kombumerri, Mununjali, Wangerriburra and others.
by A.G. Mohan, Indra Mohan,
Nitya Mohan and Ganesh Mohan
Yoga for Body, Breath & Mind: A Guide to Personal Reintegration
Yoga Therapy: A Therapeutic Guide to Yoga and Ayurveda for Health and Fitness
Krishnamacharya: His Life and Teachings
Yoga Yajnavalkya: translation
Hatha Yoga Pradipika: translation, with notes by Krishnamacharya
Krishnamacharya: in his own words
Svastha Yoga & Ayurveda
The word Svastha in Sanskrit refers to the state of complete health and balance - literally: to "stay as one's own self". The Svastha organisation was originated in Chennai, India by A.G. Mohan and his wife, Indra Mohan, in 1989.
A.G. Mohan was a personal student of the legendary 20th century yogi, Sri T. Krishnamacharya, from 1971 until the master's demise in 1989, and co-founder of the Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in 1976.
Indra Mohan is one of the few people to have been awarded a post-graduate diploma in yoga from Krishnamacharya. She is known for her serene demeanour and is a source of support to many yoga students and teachers around the world.
For more on Krishnamacharya, please click here.
Svastha has an international presence with programs in several countries and online. Svastha is an authoritative and accessible source of authentic yoga and Ayurveda.
For more on Svastha, please click here.
Svastha Yoga Therapy Program:
Building on the teachings of Krishnamacharya
This international yoga therapy training program is delivered by Dr. Ganesh Mohan, son of A.G. Mohan and Indra Mohan. He was trained from childhood in yoga and other related traditional studies.
Ganesh is a doctor, trained in both modern medicine and Ayurveda, and is co-author with his father of several books.
This course takes an holistic perspective, combining the most effective aspects of traditional yoga with a wide spectrum of modern medicine (general medicine, rehabilitation, psychiatry); complementary medicine (movement therapies, myofascial work, herbs); and Ayurveda wherever relevant.
The highlight of the Svastha Yoga approach is clarity and usability
Detailed information on the contents of the yoga therapy program can be found here.