Bisu hails from the Indian city of Kolkata. A Commerce graduate from the University of Calcutta, he had been practicing yoga asanas since young, but it was not until after completing his graduation that Bisu became fully dedicated to yoga due to some unexpected turn in his life. He refers his coming to Yoga as his “destiny of karma”. Bisu went on to complete numerous Yoga courses until he obtained a Masters in Yoga Science from the reputed SVYASA University, India.
During his 13 years of yoga teaching experience, Bisu has taught in Universities, colleges, medical institutes and in the aftermath of natural calamities such as the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. Bisu’s primary focus is using therapeutic yoga to cure people suffering from psychosomatic ailments and he feels the greatest contribution of Hatha Yoga to mankind is its therapeutic benefits and he aims to promote this worldwide. Over time, Bisu has become a seasoned Yoga therapist with his years of hands-on experience in curing various ailments faced by urbanites.
Bisu has been teaching in Singapore since 2009 and has directly or indirectly influenced and inspired many Yoga teachers. Bisu’s classes are known for their calm and deep practice ethics, and he encourages students to develop their own motivation to practise sincerely. For serious practitioners of pranayama and meditation, he also conducts combined pranayama and meditation classes Singapore at regular intervals. Click here to read more about Bisu’s credentials, specialisations and testimonials.
Formerly a flight stewardess, Shidah used to be ‘allergic’ to exercise. It was only when she started to develop recurring back and shoulder issues that she decided to step onto the yoga mat.
The therapeutic effects of her first Hatha Yoga session with her first yoga guru, Bisu, got her hooked.
Nine years on, and yoga continues to be a big part of Shidah’s healthy lifestyle. She hopes to share what she’s learnt so that others, too, can benefit.
Shidah did her 250-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Yoga Vidya Gurukul in Nasik, India. Besides being a familiar face at Yoga Vihara, she also teaches corporate and private classes.
Off the mat, she’s mad about food, travel and her 20-year-old cross-breed Persian cat.