Arundhati Baitmangalkar is a prolific yoga writer, international teacher & presenter and an eternal student of classical yoga.
Arundhati Baitmangalkar came to Yoga after 6 years of teaching Bollywood dance in India. She took to Yoga instantly and began to pursue a long and rewarding journey. Her search took her to some of the best teachers and schools in India. Having studied a broad range of yoga styles ranging from classical hatha yoga and vinyasa to more modern power yoga styles, she has settled to teach and practice hatha and vinyasa styles of yoga with a keen focus on alignment and breath-awareness. She considers herself an eternal student as she continues to study the classical yoga texts like the Bhagavad Gita, the Sanskrit language and returns to her teachers in India regularly. In december 2016, Aham yoga opens a international teacher training branch in Bangalore, India.
Arundhati believes that yoga practice is for all and strives to make her learnings and experience accessible to everyone around her.
Having lived and taught yoga in India, Arundhati, today, runs a yoga studio (Aham Yoga) in Seattle. It is through Aham Yoga that she reaches out to the local community and shares her knowledge and experience of yoga. Aham Yoga offers a variety of group classes, workshops, intensives covering diverse topics from asana and pranayama to kriyas and philosophy.
Arundhati is a passionate writer both online and in print (Seattle Yoga New, India Currents, Complete well-being etc., and has been featured in Yoga Journal Russia). She presents at yoga conferences, conducts workshops & master-classes in the US and India.
Today, Arundhati is a well-recognized member in the local Pacific Northwest yoga circles and growing.
Arundhati teaches group classes, private sessions, workshops, conferences and teacher training programs.