I teach a combination of techniques and practices of self-improvement and self-realization in yoga which I call the 3T Path.

The 3T Path has three pillars to it:

1) The Five Avenues of Perfection:
  • Mindfulness
  • Dharma
  • Inner Peace
  • Jnana (Knowledge)
  • Bhakti (Devotion)
2) A lifestyle in sattva:

Tips for living better, maximizing your physical, mental and spiritual potential, generating more wellbeing and peace through proper diet, sufficient sleep, regular exercise, being freed from drugs and alcohol, cleanliness, and choosing well the company you keep and the habits you cultivate.

3) The 3T Method:

A set of three daily practices to guarantee your constant progress and the expansion of your consciousness, giving you new abilities and strength to perfect your life experience.

Many people look for specific fixes in their lives. They may want to overcome their fear of public speaking, learn how to deal with menopause, or more commonly, how to be materially successful. But my passion is showing people how to improve their lives as a whole, and with that, be able to deal with all of life’s challenges. As the saying goes, a rising tide lifts all boats. The 3T Path is a powerful process for bringing massive transformation to meet and transcend the challenges of life in the 21st Century.

The source of these teachings is the sacred texts of the yoga and bhakti tradition, especially the Yoga Sutras, Bhagavad-gita and Srimad Bhagavatam, the teachings of the great spiritual master Sri Srimad A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, and those of my spiritual master H.D. Goswami (, as well as a host of other sources including information from the field of psychology and neuroscience.

In my book, The 3T Path: Self-improvement and Self-realization in Yoga, you can find a comprehensive explanation of what yoga really is. You can also learn more by watching my videos and following me on Instagram and Facebook.

If you want to go deep and like online courses, sign up for my Self-realization in Yoga – A Complete Study of the Bhagavad-gita course.