We are a digital health & wellness platform healing lifestyle disorders globally through a combination of science and tradition. We offer live yoga classes, yoga therapy programs, diet & nutrition consultations & plans, and ayurveda solutions in 8 countries including the US, Singapore, UAE and the UK. Our solutions are delivered by our carefully curated team of top 1% of yoga instructors, nutritionists and wellness experts from across the world.
We are helping people be healthier, happier and the best version of themselves through scientifically proven, traditionally rooted yogic solutions, reversing chronic health conditions in the most natural way.
Mehul worked as a Business Consultant advising corporates across the globe
on management problems. His corporate sedentary lifestyle & postural stress
took a toll on his back, until he couldn’t get up from his bed one day. A
regular practice of Yoga helped him fix that for good. He also saw his mother
suffer from Hypothyroid most of his life. Having understood the therapeutic
benefits of Yoga, he helped her reverse her lifestyle disorder.
That’s when he knew he wants to help people across the globe to reverse health conditions and lifestyle disorders in the most natural way, through the age-old science of Yoga therapy, Pranayama & Meditation.
A tech expert, Sankalp tried almost every form of commonly available workout from
HIIT to Zumba, to Martial Arts & Aerobics, but ultimately got glued to Yoga due
to its ease of practice & long term sustainability, traditional philosophy & the
body/mind connection. Yoga helped relieve the stiffness around his neck & spine
caused by his demanding work life.
Sankalp believes in going back to our roots in the modern world full of lifestyle disorders & multiple distractions. He feels the need for traditional practices like Yoga, which have been tried, tested and proven to heal people. This inspired him to join hands with his friends from IIT and start Yogami.
Deepti is a Ph.D. in Biomedical engineering by education but a creative soul at heart.
She was born with an autoimmune disease, and had to struggle most of her childhood by
running to doctors. She was advised to leave her passion of dancing because of her
conditions. However, her undying spirit kept her going & she decided that being extremely
fit was her only way to continue pursuing her creative endeavours.
Whilst she was still pursuing her Phd at IIT Bombay, she started voluntarily helping women in her college get fitter through Yoga and movement. Seeing her students with health conditions getting better through her teachings inspired her to continue on this journey and create Yogami.