All Life is Yoga – Sri Aurobindo

The Tradition

This teaching tradition is strongly rooted in the classical teachings of Yoga represented by Yoga masters T. Krishnamacharya and T.K.V. Desikachar.

We teach Yoga as it was understood by the Yogis of the past, as a spiritual, energetic, and holistic practice that is connected to the sacred texts of the Vedas and the Rishis of the past, yet we ‘translate’ the knowledge so that modern day practitioners can understand and apply it.

In this tradition all the different tools of Yoga are used to support a person’s journey.

Our most important tools include Asanas (Postures), Pranayama (Breathing Techniques), Mantras and Vedic Chanting, Bhavana (Visualization), Mudras (Seals), Nyasa (Placements), Ahara (Dietary Suggestions) and Vihara (Lifestyle Suggestions).


  • Asana & Pranayama [In person & Online]
    • One-on-one personalized practice sessions
    • Group classes
  • Wholistic yoga therapy for all age groups
  • Yoga for special needs children
  • Vedic chanting
  • Yoga for Women
  • Corporate yoga classes

Padmaja got introduced to Yoga for healing herself at the age of 15 years and continued to practice and became a yoga teacher and a therapist. She did her therapy training under the guidance of Mrs. Saraswati Vasudevan and has been teaching for the past 13 years in the Sri Krishnamacharya tradition, strongly founded in the teachings of Patanjali. Furthermore, Padmaja is trained in Vedic healing chants from Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (KYM), Chennai. She also studied Inner Work through Yoga Sutras with Raghu Ananthanarayanan, Samkhya with Sriram sir and studied yoga for internal organs with Srivatsa Ramaswamy.

She is a teaching faculty in Yogavahini and is actively involved in Yoga teacher training programs, conducts group yoga classes, individual sessions, chanting group classes. She also teaches children, special needs children, senior citizens, therapeutic needs, and all age groups. This tradition believes Yoga is for all.

Padmaja believes “All life is Yoga” and draws her strength from the teachings of The Mother and Sri Aurobindo.