Spiritual Teacher | Writer | Educator | Speaker
Naveen Ramkrishna is a well-known internationally recognized spiritual teacher and provides the yoga teacher training course in rishikesh.
He lives in Rishikesh the foothills of Himalayas (India).
He is a Yoga and Meditation teacher, seminar leader, writer and educator, committed to sharing practical wisdom teachings for unceasing happiness and enlightenment with people in a joyful and transformational way.
After close observation of life, he realized that worldly pleasure is not real and long-lasting.
He felt the divine inner urge to tread on the path of spirituality and assimilated of Raj Yoga of Sage Patanjali, teachings of Srimad Bhagwat Gita, Ramayana and Swami Vivekananda, without any dilutions and modifications.
He is a seeker of truth. To him, life is the subject of self-discovery.
He is adept in the ancient sciences of Yoga, Meditation and Holistic Living. He speaks Hindi and English languages fluently.
He is an acclaimed speaker and provides the yoga teacher training in Rishikesh, He extensively travels an entire country for teaching yoga and delivering life talks touching human psychology and philosophy full of practicality.
His talks tear away all the covering of human minds full of false information that we call knowledge.
Spiritual discourse with Naveen Ramkrishna sparks people to have insight, awakening themselves for better understanding about the self and the external world.
The real understanding help people live in freedom and harmony with the self and society.
He holds a master degree in Psychology, diploma in Yog Science. He is also certified in Life Skill Training. He has worked for decades in the professional setup in various organizations in India.
He is an acclaimed speaker on the topics of yoga, meditation, mind management, relationship, stress management, self-healing and life skills and his aim is to spread the light of this real life to all over the world
you can contact Mr Naveen Ramakrishna for yoga teacher training course in rishikesh
“Inhale the future. Exhale the past.”
– The Bhagavad Gita