Personalised Yoga

Focus of yoga in the tradition of Sri T Krishnamacharya is on adapting the practice to suit an individual’s physical and mental requirements. Hari is trained in this tradition of yoga by world renowned teachers such as Smt. Saraswathi Vasudevan,

Yoga Retreats

Yogasala organises retreats across India and abroad as part of its ‘Yoga Trails’ programme. ‘Yoga Trails’ is all about ‘Yoga On The Go’ and is a unique blend of learning yoga in the tradition of Sri T Krishnamacharya (Viniyoga &

Corporate Programs

Yoga Based Corporate Wellness Programs by Yogasala.

Life Coaching

Enabling You To Be The Best Version Of Yourself

Story Telling

“The universe is made up of stories, not atoms.” – Muriel Rukeyser Who doesn’t love listening to stories? After all our lives are in a way the stories that we tell about ourselves. Hari explores the interconnectedness of yoga and

Healing Chants

Yogasala offers lessons in Vedic Chants. Vedic chants taught by Yogasala are primarily from Krishna Yajur Veda and are taught in the tradition of Sri T Krishnamacharya. Hari is currently getting trained in these chants by the faculty of the


I met Hari in 2017 during Mahabharata Immersion at the Ritambhara Ashram at Kotagiri, Tamil Nadu. The intensity we experienced at the workshop forged an inevitable strong bond between us and it was there that I learnt that Hari was a Yoga teacher in the Krishnamacharya tradition. He became my Yoga teacher soon after and he transformed my perspective about Yoga and my physical health. In my earlier Yoga experiences, a lot of emphasis was on my goals around weight loss or increasing flexibility or strength-building or on how my body looked. What was different with my practice with Hari was that it spurred a genuine curiosity about my body. Through my practice, I have now developed a greater acceptance of my body and even some of my behavioral attributes. Apart from an impact on my overall flexibility and wellbeing, one of the biggest gifts through this time with Hari has been a great relief from a chronic knee pain that has been lingering from many years.

Anoop Rao Young Global Leader, WEF

Yoga Retreat

I had the pleasure of meeting Hari Sir on a yoga retreat to Uttar Kashi and Yamunotri. He had brought his cards along and offered to do everyone's reading. When he started talking, I couldn't believe my ears. Every card he picked up explained my situation, my thoughts and my problems so accurately. That session was the most impactful and memorable 20 minutes I've had. I even recorded the session and play it from time to time when I'm stuck in a situation. Besides being an excellent tarot card reader, Hari sir is such a great yoga teacher (which is why I still refer to him as Sir) He taught me how to breathe properly and to utilise my breath in a proper way. His style of teaching is so unique. After every session , I would feel so calm and at peace. He really helped me focus on my breath. The Savasana was the best part. The way he guided us through it , helped me to do yoga nidra. Apart from that, he's an amazing person and has such a wonderful heart. Meeting him was one of the highlights of my trip. I tried to hide it as much as possible but I had tears in my eyes when it finally came to saying goodbye at the airport.

Anah Zehra Ali Chennai

Tarot Reading

I highly recommend a reading with Tarot Dojo Hari....As a seeker I have encountered several people in the new-age intuitive space. Hari seemed quite unassuming and my reading was a friendly 'test' one for me....but i was totally blown away by the sharpness of what emerged and its relevance.....i am a very stubborn person (reluctant to take guidance) but the subtleness of this guidance from the Universe, coming through Hari was too sacred to ignore... As you tune into his work, remember your own being is equally important - because Hari is a fine and fluid channel and will bring forth what your soul desires.... I hope to keep coming back to Hari from time to time for the priceless pointers he is able to channel.

Abhishek Thakore Blue Ribbon Movement