Sash, a native of Iran has been a truth seeker and Yogi since his early childhood. His father gave him two fundamental principles for spiritual growth “Gnotise auto” ‘: know yourself’ from Buddha and a quote from Confucius “Don’t do unto others what you don’t want others to do unto you”.
Ever since then, he seeks to come to a full understanding of the connection of body and mind. Whilst a student in India studying psychology at the University of Poona where he also confirmed his Yoga with Iyengar at his Institute of Yoga.
Sash arrived in Belgium in 1983, soon teaching Yoga whilst a student in clinical psychology at the Catholic University of Louvain, making also Yoga his topic of research. In 1998 he finally decided to make the practice of Yoga his full-time life calling, leaving careers in psychology and business. Over the last 30 years, Sash has taught Yoga and spread its light to thousands of students, teaching in health clubs like Aspria, David Llyods, Yoga club, and in the European Commission and the European Parliament. He took students for retreats and Yoga vacation to India and other places such as Greece and Mallorca.
As a Master (acharya) he began to instruct yoga teachers with his own curriculum as of 2010. Many students have turned to Sash for spiritual counseling, yoga therapy and coaching. Health clubs and Yoga teachers alike often invite him as a lecturer and speaker on Yoga and the art of living. He has shown the power of advanced Asanas in numerous demonstration. Above all, Sash believes that through the earnest and full practice of Yoga, humanity can be transformed into an eternally peaceful society.
Sash is a member of the Association Belge des Enseignants et Pratiquants de Yoga
Life has been my Guru. Peace is my goal. Yoga is my path. (more…)
Sash, a native of Iran has been a truth seeker and Yogi since his early childhood. (more…)
As a professional musician, Ramdas discovered yoga through music without even knowing it, just by being touched by the soothing presence of his then music teacher. Due to regular yoga practice, so many changes occurred in his personal and professional life.
Day by day, Ramdas discovered another possible world: peaceful, sincere, full of life, colors and love. He then decided to go deeper and to take part in the Sampoorna Yoga Teacher Training (200h) with Shri Yogi Hari during the summer of 2013. More involved in his practice than ever, he’s very much looking forward to share this growing yoga passion with everyone who crosses his path.
Sinziana, who has been an avid practitioner also at Santidas Yoga, accomplished the Ashtanga Teacher Training at the Yoga Loft Brussels in 2014 and she’s been practicing and teaching on a regular basis since. (more…)
Angelica, RYT 200 Asthanga Vinyasa(2014) and RYT 50 Yin Yoga with Joe Barnet (2016), teaches classes in Brussels and Sardinia.
She discovered the mental and physical benefit of a regular yoga practice in 2009 as a cure for RSI (repeated strength injury) Since the beginning of the journey, Angelica combines her passion for yoga with the study of the human body from the holistic and scientific point of view. She regularly practices Asthanga and Vinyasa in Brussels and follows yoga and mindfulness workshops around Europe.