Mukta, Main Teacher
Born in India, Mukta grew up in a family where Traditional Tantra, Kundalini yoga, meditation and self-inquiry were part of daily living. He spent a good portion of his life practically understanding Tantra and its different schools as Kashmiri Shaivism (also called Himalayan Tantra, Agama, Trika and practical Kaula Tantra) from his Father and various other Mystics.
Marine, Assistant Teacher
Marine is passionate about life and fostering change. She loves passing her energy to others through sharing and teaching.
When she first decided to break her routine 7 years ago to live more spontaneously and explore the world, she was far to imagine this mysterious spiritual journey that is still unrevealing.
She travelled, worked and lived in Asia, exploring the world and herself. There, her first introduction to the power of yoga, breathing and meditation was when she became a freediving instructor, then a yoga teacher.
Yet, her most effective vehicles in this journey has been meeting Mukta and his teaching in India. That’s when she started to dive deeper into the vastness of consciousness and yoga, beyond physical practises and alignments.
It was time to end recurring sufferings and to stop chewing on the same pattern of thoughts.
For the first time she felt spirituality was demystified, it was resonating so deeply with her core that it started to make a profound shift in her perspective of life, heart and mind.
She is grateful to continue to learn, explore and share every day deeper level of freedom, bliss and sharing through Mukta Tantra Yoga.
Ana, Assistant Teacher
After practicing different styles of yoga for years, Ana, originally from Portugal, did a Training with Mukta which has transformed her life.
Ever since, she have been continuously learning from Mukta and supporting the holistic vision of Mukta Tantra Yoga, which deeply resonates with her.
“I feel there are other multidimensional ways to live a more fulfilled life in harmony and abundance with all.
Before this, I thought I knew about yoga but I only realised it was mainly gymnastic, not Yoga in its authentic sense.”
For her, supporting, assisting and teaching with Mukta Community is a constant spiritual learning and growth, on the path of truth, more in presence, awareness and freedom to express herself. “Mukta generously shares keys which allows me to learn and feel part of a family which is beyond small families, to transform and expand my consciousness.”