About us


We’re a team of professionals dedicated to yoga education and its propagation, specially through teacher training programs, workshops and retreats. OmTatSat Yoga aspires to create a space for Self Exploration by inculcating the spirit of Yoga and Meditation in our daily lives in order to realize our true potentiality. We have also a purpose to create a support system in the form of a community to reach out and connect practitioners to inspire one another while walking on the yoga path.


    My alma mater is Mysore University and I used to teach English literature in Christ University, Bangalore for many years before I got disillusioned with the kind of contemporary education system. After leaving my teaching job, I went to Osho Meditation Resort to get acquainted with various techniques of meditation practice and to experience a global community life for a year. By a twist in the destiny while attending Kumbha Mela, one of the biggest gatherings of Hindu monks and Sadhus, I got initiated into a Naga Sadhu and lived with my guru at an ashram in Rishikesh leading a monastic life for few years. Again being disenchanted with the monastic life style, I left the ashram to live the wonderful life of a wandering monk, loafing around this magical country called India many years.

While wandering around, I learned bits and pieces of yoga from many teachers. I studied at Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Centre and Mahi Yoga Centre before I did my 200 hrs of Yoga Alliance certificate course at Shri Hari Yoga, Dharmashala. Now I’m 500-RYT and E-RYT 200, teaching at various teachers’ training courses since the last 8 years.

I specialized in philosophy, anatomy, meditation and Hatha practice


      Maitri, which means Love & Compassion in Sanskrit, is a yoga, holistic healing, philosophy, anatomy and mindfulness teacher. She is not only a scholar on the studies of Buddha Dhamma but also an academic researcher and holder of prestigious university grant commission (UGC-NET) qualification in yoga assistant professorship.

     Furthermore, she is  trained in both academic and forest meditative traditions. She has worked with university projects on meditation and philosophy and at an international platform with United Nation.. Her interest lies in imparting ethical & authentic version of yoga & meditation which she gathered from years of personal practice and research.

     Since the last six years, she has been to various Yoga institutes sharing her knowledge and experience in Teacher Training courses.


  • YA 200 hours RYT
  • M.Sc. Yoga Therapy – SVYASA Universi



      Started his career as an electrical engineer with ABB, a multinational company in Bangalore till he decided to leave the corporate world to learn yoga. Practicing with different teachers around India, he gained experience by constantly taking different perspectives on yoga. He is an E-RYT 200 & RYT 500 registered trainer with yoga alliance. Devvrat specializes in the traditional Ashtanga method of K. Pattabhi Jois. A strong command on philosophy and art of teaching makes him an exceptional trainer who is loved by his students.


    Started his yoga journey from a tender age under the tutelage of an experienced yoga guru from his locality. Since then, he has been to many schools and ashrams in India learning from many masters. Now he is a dedicated yoga practitioner, an adept in all the traditional styles of yoga and a committed teacher with more than 18 years of teaching experience.

Chida, with much humour and enthusiasm, teaches the importance of correct postures and alignments, emphasizing on breath and awareness allowing the students to work on their own pace in a safe and transformational environment.

Yoga credentials:
M.Sc. Yoga——-Annamalai University,TN
Certificate in Yoga Studies(C.Y.S.)——Bihar School of Yoga
E-RYT 500——Yoga Alliance


     We’re located at Varkala in the state of Kerala, a picturesque temple town, nestled by the Arabian sea, an important pilgrim centre for the Hindus in South India. Varkala crowns off the Keralan cliffs about 20 miles north from the capital city Thiruvanthapuram and nearly 90 miles out of colonial-era fort city of Kochi.

     Though it lacks anything uber-challenging, there is great vibes to this town with a string of long, cliff-backed pretty beaches that are colored a lovely mix of gold and ochre. The relatively consistent chest-high mellow swells of waves makes Varkala a suitable destination for surfing beginners. Our training centre is around 3 km away from the nearest railway station and an hour’s drive from the closest airport at the Trivandrum International Airport.