Ganga has spent many years in India, devoting herself to the in-depth study of the physic-psycho-spiritual aspects of yoga and meditation, Eastern metaphysics, philosophy, Sanskrit, several living Indian languages, Indian classical music and dance.
Today she lives in London and devotes her time to serious seekers, advanced students as well as beginners. During the nineties she was the director of the yoga centre Ananda Dhiira in Northern California, USA, offering yoga to youth, adults and children and was involved in community service projects, teaching yoga to inmates. She has led yoga and meditation retreats, taught classes, workshops and seminars on yoga, diet and lifestyle in USA, India, Germany, Croatia and the UK for more than two decades. In 2007 she founded the Himalayan Yoga Institute, providing yoga education and yoga holidays in Europe and India all year round.
She adapts the style of yoga (Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Restorative, Sivananda, Tantra Yoga) to individual needs and is also a successful spiritual life coach.
She is very well respected and sought after as a teacher and has developed a unique style of teaching which is the result of a wealth of knowledge and experience gained throughout many years of practice and teaching yoga to a variety of people with different needs and levels of ability. Her approach is down-to-earth while at the same time inspirational, uplifting and infused with bhakti.
Entrepreneur, public speaker, psychologist, life-coach, creative innovator, CEO of two educational companies. Adrian Drempetich earned his masters degree in psychology at the University of Zagreb in Croatia.
As an expert and consultant in the area of human potential development he had the opportunity to implement numerous HRD projects for leading companies in Austria, Croatia, Bosnia and Hercegovina and Serbia like Siemens, Raiffeisen International, Societe Generalle, T-Mobile and many more. His experience and exciting seminars on leadership, communication, sales, presentations skills, brain fitness and personal effectiveness bring about immediate changes and long-term results. Professor Drempetich is also conducting life-skills seminars at the University of Zagreb since 2002.
He discovered his love and passion for yoga at the young age of 15 years while reading the Autobiography of a Yogi. In his own words “It was a truly liberating experience, the moment when I knew I found something of immense value, the moment when my inner urge for love, justice, compassion and morality found a philosophy and way of life which could be supported by my reason and logic – the yoga teaching and practice.” Since then he is practicing the Rajadiraja yoga system, a more extensive and comprehensive form of Ashtanga Yoga.