About me

(Yoga Therapeutic element(s) Practitioner, Instructor, SMET (Self- Management for Excessive Tension)Prashant conducts various Teacher Training, Courses and workshops on topics OM Meditation, Kriya (Cleansing Techniques), Ayurveda & Diet, Stress Management, Ayurveda and Diet, Marketing Guide for Yoga Instructor, Understanding Pancha Kosha, Stress Management Certification Course and Pranayama & Meditation Course for various Yoga Studios, Companies and Group of Individuals.

Prashant's extensive knowledge combine with Ayurveda has enabled him to improve psychosomatic ailments such as Asthma, High BP, Back Pain, Anxiety & Depression, Arthritis, Diabetes, Digestive disorders, Obesity etc., through Ayurveda, Yoga, Meditation & Yogic Counseling. He conducts Teacher Training, workshops on Stress Management for corporations like Apple, Microsoft, Daikin, HometeamNS, Nan Yang Poly, Team building, Motivational activity, Personal Training, Therapeutic elements for various occupational health issues. He is enthusiastic about learning new things and new ways to achieve mind-body-soul wellness.

His keen interest in Ayurvedic Cooking has made him create innovative vegetarian dishes through ingenious blends, mixes and combinations of different kinds of spices, legumes, lentils, vegetables, just to name a few. Not only are these dishes tasty, nourishing and healthy, they are also specifically aligned to a one's specific body type as classified under the Ayurvedic body constitution known as 'Vata', 'Pitta' and 'Kapha'.

Prashant is Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of a yoga teacher training with a Registered Yoga School (RYS). Certified Yoga Instructor, DYT and SMET Certified Instructor from SVYASA (Swami Vivekananda Yoga Research Centre), world famous Yoga University Bangalore India. He has been an active Core member, Senior Instructor / DYT of the Vyasa Yoga Singapore.

He is founder of Ancient Yoga Academy which has presence in India, Singapore and U.K. providing authentic teaching on Ayurveda & Yoga Teacher Training, Therapeutic essential(s) Courses, Classes and Yogic Therapeutic essential(s) Consultations.

Health Concerns

Mental Health, Anxiety Disorders


Ayurveda, Yoga

Profile Details
  • Experience: 27 Years
  • Language : English
Wellness Plans Details
  • Video Consultation : 10 Duration: 120 Minutes
  • Text Consultation : 10 Duration : 15 Minutes
How it works

  • Improve Digestion with key tips on Ayurveda & food

  • Understand Your Body Type with Ayurveda's refined principles

  • Learn simple ways to start taking your health in your hands

  • Improve your immunity

Yoga and Ayurveda are two areas that go together. Used together, they act as a powerful tool for healing and wellbeing. Ayurveda is a living tradition instead of a medical system; it's a lifestyle of those people regarding diet, regimen to simple healthcare tips, and medications. It was designed by continuous observation experimentation and expertise.

Ayurveda is not a one-size-fits-all system. Every one of us has another nature/constitution or Prakriti,' and it is through one-on-one treatment and counseling sessions that Prashant comprehends a patient's true nature and prescribes foods that help the body reach its normal state of equilibrium. Not only will he tell you what you ought to eat, but he will also even cook a perfect meal for you! This thorough certificate course aims to discuss Ayurveda diet basics for equilibrium and direction of different body types for healthier living. Participants will learn a multidimensional approach to handle diet and lifestyle in the physical, psychological, emotional, and cognitive levels. Food & lifestyle is a significant part of Ayurveda; it isn't just seen as nourishing the human body but also the mind, wisdom, and internal equilibrium.

 "Take Your Diet & Lifestyle habits to a much HIGHER LEVEL by understanding your Ayurvedic Basics."


Ayurveda: Food as Medicine

Ayurveda believes food as medicine, and it will help to understand how and what to eat based on all our Doshas ( Vata, Pitta, and Kapha). It can help to build immunity and take out toxins from our bodies to restore optimal health.

Ayurveda believes our five senses and everything consumed is considered food, e.g., Mouth (food, water), Nose (Breath), Ear (Chanting, sweet music), Skin (Sunlight), Eyes (Nature). If we have the ability to balance the five senses, then we may have a long healthy life. Having the ideal food in proper proportions is crucial to keep our body balance.

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