Sameera Chauhan
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Sameera Chauhan

Sameera teaches Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa flows


Sameera began her yoga journey early in life as a teenager. Her mother was her first mentor and teacher, and yoga and meditation were always a part of her ecosystem. In her mid-twenties, Sameera was diagnosed with spondylosis, which had swiftly begun to impede her academic and other athletic pursuits. Pain can often propel us all to a greater awareness of our own bodies. It was through the pain that Sameera began a truly deep relationship with yoga and meditation. Before long, her sadhana became the most important, fulfilling part of her day and that has not changed in the last 12 years. During that time she has taught yoga in India in both, studio as well as personal training formats, helping people manage pain, stress, and inner engineering.


Sameera did her Level I and Level II Yoga Teacher Training at a prominent yoga school in Bangalore, India. Her practice includes Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa flows. She is also a regular practitioner of Pranayamas, chakra balancing, and Sankalpa meditations. She has undertaken several workshops and professional development training programs in yoga and meditation practices.


Sameera teaches various styles such as Hatha, Ashtanga and Vinyasa. Her philosophy derives from the original context of yoga- that physical yogic practices pave the way for spiritual development. By training and disciplining the body, we cultivate the mind to self-observe and become aware of one’s own nature and thence comes healing, joy, and contentment. Sameera’s approach to yoga is focused on the balance between strength and flexibility, exertion, and release. With a happy blend of holding and flowing, you can expect to move, sweat, breathe and relax. Sameera has a love for Vinyasa and her classes can often resemble a moving meditation, with a focus on conscious breathing as the way to connect the body and the mind. Her style of instruction is positive, motivational, and action-orientated so that her class offers an inclusive and calm space where students learn to be kind to themselves and to support each other.

Students can expect to be greeted with a smile, to learn something new in each class, and when needed, to receive personal attention relating to posture, stance,  and most importantly, attention to breath.

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