The massive technological changes over the last few decades have made mankind aware of vast knowledge and it is undeniably possible that human minds were not biologically prepared to consume and process this amount of knowledge. While technological inventions introduced us to many gadgets and utilities to improve our living, the sudden change took us through mental stress. Fortunately, we have welfare practices like yoga and Namita Piparaiya There are individuals like, who are ready to give up their lucrative careers to upgrade people’s lifestyles.
Namita is a former banker who worked with some of the world’s largest financial institutions such as Citibank, Aviva and Generali. Working with big corporates, Namita was learning how to deal with stress. Additionally, he also completed courses with several prestigious institutes and the Oxford Center for Hindu Studies, Cambridge Summer School, Eichorn, The Himalayan Institute (USA), David Frawley’s American Institute of Vedic Studies, Chinmaya Mission, Indi Yoga, Pauli Zinc Such as attended workshops of institutes. Realizing the high importance of well-being in life and equipped with extensive study of meditation in reputed institutions, Namita founded her own company ‘Yoganama Wellness’ in April 2017.
“I started Yoganama to bring together the three pillars of the mind, ‘Yoga, Ayurveda and Darshan’ and make them accessible and relevant to all,” Namita told Kenfolioz.
Mumbai-based ‘Yoganama Wellness’ is bringing a mix of Yoga and Ayurveda to offer a variety of wellness services. Expanding yoga beyond ‘asanas’, the company is pushing to train people to live life through Ayurveda philosophy. Through its social-media campaigns, classes, workshops and corporate training programs, Yoganama is training people for a healthy and happy life.
Yoga is not limited to just the mat. This is how you live your life. This is how you balance your emotions. This is the way to approach your duties.
Namita’s vast studies of hatha yoga, which includes asanas, kriyas, mudras and pranayams, and her unique training have made her a renowned yoga teacher. He is one of the most popular trainers on the famous fitness app called Cure.fit, and he has thousands of followers on social platforms such as Instagram and YouTube.
Namita is one of those people who not only moved forward with her passion but also contributed to the well being of thousands of people of different age groups. The list of thousands of her followers is a living example that people are getting amazing benefits through their training programs.