Dr. Yogananth Andiappan
Yogananth Andiappan is known as a pillar of yogic wisdom and techniques from well worth a lifetime of learning. The son of well-renowned Yoga Guru Dr. Asana Andiappan, a figurehead in yoga from India, Yogananth began his yogic journey at the age of 2.
Today, he stands among the most accomplished in the field: By age 30, Yogananth has completed both a Bachelor and Master Degree in Yogic Science and Naturopathy from Manonmanian Sundaranar University in Chennai, India.
He is currently completing a Ph.D at the Sport University of India, studying the effects of yoga therapy and natural yogic diet on cancer patients, and is Founder and Director of Anahata Yoga in Hong Kong.
A true champion, Yogananth has won numerous state, national, and international Yoga Championship titles. He teaches in Yoga conferences, conducts workshops, demonstrations, and Teacher Trainings across the world.
His recent high quality coffee table yoga book “Yoga from the Heart” is a good inspiration guide for yoga lovers and art lovers alike.
He is the Chief Editor of ASANA – International Yoga Journal.
Master Mahesh is the grandson of Guruji Andiappan, He was born into a family of yoga masters and started his yoga journey at the very young age of 4. He has trained under the tutelage of Guruji Dr. Asana Andiappan and Guruma Sugatha Kumari Andiappan.
He has completed his Diploma and Bachelors in Yoga and Naturopathy and currently studying Masters in Yogic Science at Manonmaniam Sundaranar University in Chennai.
He has won numerous awards in state and national level Yoga competitions. Mahesh has travelled extensively all throughout various parts of India, Hong Kong and trained yoga students of various backgrounds such as law enforcement personals, judicial academy, staff training college of various banks staff .
He is the senior faculty for the teacher training students at Asana Andiappan College of Yoga and Research Centre, Chennai.,
Mahesh specializes in Hatha Yoga, Thirumoolar’s Ashtanga Yoga and Yoga Therapy for special needs and ailments.