Ramesh was introduced to a variety of yoga practices as a young child by his parents who continue to maintain the spiritual and cultural traditions of Nepal. Influenced by their love of yoga, he started practicing yoga at the age of seven and has since then had the opportunity to live with gurus in Shivapuri, Rishikesh, and Varanasi where he learned the traditional yogic practices and led a sattvic lifestyle.
Alongside his BA in Fine Arts and Sanskrit, and a diploma in Yoga and Naturopathy, he also completed his 200 hours yoga teacher training with the World Yoga Alliance. He has been teaching hatha yoga, mantra, pranayama, and nada yoga for twelve years. He is also specializing in Himalayan singing bowl therapy and yantra meditation.
He spends the majority of his time teaching in the Kathmandu Valley but has also taught throughout Europe, China, and Thailand, deepening his own knowledge of what yoga is and how it is interpreted from culture to culture. The incorporation of singing bowls, yantra imagery, and mantra into general hatha yoga practices ensures that his students enjoy an enriched yoga experience that unites both the physical and spiritual elements of the traditions. Ultimately, he seeks to instill in his students the same love of yoga that his parents and gurus instilled in him.