Q. What is the good of yoga?
CV. Yoga is for the inner body the same as having a shower or refreshing bath for the outer body.
Q. What does it do for you?
CV. What does it not do for you! Every aspect of life is yoga related. A philosophical outlook on life as well as a caring attitude is nurtured. People matter more. Good health and demeanour are added benefits.
Q. Why do you teach yoga?
CV. I find great joy in bringing out the inner child, the playfulness that we lose as we age. The body ages, but the soul is ageless. The posture, self-confidence and health improvement in the student is most gratifying to observe.
Q. What do you want to give to the people you teach?
CV. A sense of balance in their lives, between the have tos and the want tos. What is good for the body and what is good for the inner inhabitant.
Q. You have considerable passion for yoga. You do courses. You update continually.
CV. One should never rest on one's laurels. There is so much to learn and the more you learn the more you discover how much you still do not know anything about it.
Q. You make every class different.
CV. There are so many classical asanas and like music, so many combinations, with each its own aspects and art.
Q. Why Iyengar yoga?
CV. I am a disciplinarian by nature and Iyengar yoga is focused on attention to detail and discipline.