A yogini, teacher, writer, masters in computers, and coach
Sunita Patil has done Masters in computers from University of Pune. She has worked in corporate world for a while but let go of that path to pursue her calling, sharing light of yoga.
She also offers the most comprehensive yoga teachings and practices so people can realize the wisdom within—bringing true happiness, freedom and fulfilment to their lives.
Sunita has over a 30 years of experience in the personal practice of yoga, and over the past 20 years, she has taught 1,000s of students worldwide (Australia, USA and India).
Sunita has more than 15,000 hours of recorded yoga teaching experience.
She is renowned for her depth of understanding in the ancient language of yoga, Sanskrit, and has taught Sanskrit to yoga teachers (and teachers in training)—translating the more sophisticated aspects of yoga philosophy that have been displaced in most of the contemporary yoga practices of today.
Sunita has combined her study and practice of yoga philosophy, contemporizing its application for people’s lives. Her studies are vast and sophisticated, including;
She sees a world where humanity promotes the love of wisdom, unity and creative expression—where people honor their heart’s callings and support each other’s individual expressions.
Masters in Computers
From University of Pune
Yoga and Meditation
From the Ambika yog Kuteer, BKS Iyengar institute, Naturecare college, Abhyasa Ashram
With teacher Acharya Pandit Rasalji
Indian healing science at Nature Care College , With Dr Vasant Lad, Dr Robert Svoboda, Dr Claudia Welch
Vedas and Upanishadas
At the University of Oxford
“First word of Patanjali’s Yogasutra is ‘Atha’ . I think this word itself can tell us what yoga is. Atha can be loosely translated as ‘here or now’ . And yoga is all about being in ‘now’ being in the moment. Yoga also means being present and when we are ‘here’ that means we are present moment. Beauty of Sanskrit language is word and form are one and same. Let me explain: meaning of word Atha is here or now. When we pronounce ‘Atha’ we have to use inhalation on ‘aa’ sound and exhalation on “tha” sound. And only one now or here that exists or that is reality is this breath. Moment before that was past, moment after that will be future. What is reality is Atha or now . ”Sunil Baste/Patil
Organizations she’s worked with include:
College of Law, Sydney
Nature Care College
Immersion Yoga Teacher Training Central Coast
Central Coast Community Women’s Health Centre
Sunita is Yoga Alliance ‘ERYT 500 Plus’ member