Yogacharya Tonmoy Shome
Yogacharya Tonmoy will be visiting our project in October 2010 for sharing traditional Yoga there.
Organizer: SEMBRANDO SEMILLAS con YOGA
Location: Poroy, 30 minutes from Cusco, Peru
Contact: Traditional Yogic Workshops by Yogacharya Tonmoy
Contact: Marisol Fajardo Falero (Sembrando Semillas con Yoga)
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Tonmoy is being awarded the title "YOGACHARYA" after successful completion of his learning and practice of all facets of "Loknath Yogic System" for 20 years, under guidance of his Guruji Mahayogi Thakur Sri Janakinath Brahmachari from "Janakinath Seva Trust", c/o Sri Sri Baba Loknath Brahmachari Mahamandal Ashram, Kolkata/Haridwar of India.
He (Institute of Indian Yoga Therapy, Kolkata, India) is a Regd. Member of International Yoga Federation (IYF).
Yogacharya Tonmoy is a (Regd.)Yoga Therapist and Professional Member of International Association of Yoga Therapist (IAYT), USA.
Yogacharya Tonmoy is the reputed Yoga Therapist of India, who is highly praised by Mr. John Kepner, Executive Director of International Association of Yoga Therapist (IAYT - USA) during his visit in USA (2009).
Yoga Alliance International
Yogacharya Tonmoy is registered with Yoga Alliance India & Yoga Alliance International
Yogacharya Tonmoy is a (Regd.) Life Member of All India Nature Cure Federation New Delhi, India.
Yogacharya Tonmoy is an experienced (29 years) and qualified Yoga Teacher/Lecturer, Teacher Trainer & Therapist in India and abroad. He is a devoted disciple of the Mahayogi Thakur Sri Janakinnath Brahmachari and works for Sri Sri Baba Loknath Brahmachari Mahamandal Ashram, India.
Under the influence of his father, Tonmoy began practicing yoga at the tender age of seven. From the time he was very young, Tonmoy had a deep desire to devote his life to a real Yogi. Every time he heard about a Yogi, he hoped that this Yogi could be his Guru. For many years, he was seeking a genuine Guru; a great Yogi. Unfortunately, he was disappointed many times when the people he met were not Yogis, but ordinary men like us.