INDIA - Kerala, Cochin
Nuthan, through her concept, Me Met Me, invites you to rediscover yourself through yoga, food and fun. Nuthan started her Yoga practice in 2004 to combat stress. Since 2008 she has been sharing her love for yoga by teaching part time. In 2010 December she acquired herfirst international trainer certification from Sivananda. She continues to gain the knowledge of yoga, psychology, anatomy, alternate healing through various internationally renowned teachers like Sadie Nardini, Bo Forbes, Janet Lau etc. She started her yoga career at the premium yoga chain Pure Yoga, Hong Kong. Since 2013 she is based in India. Her dream is to create spaces and occasions that help you find yourself. She is an MBA in Marketing and Strategy. She was awarded for innovation by NatGeoChannel. She was the coordinator for the largest yoga conference in Asia – Evolution Asia Yoga Conference. She works extensively on bridging modern research and ancient wisdom to create tools and treatment modules.
“Yoga started as a small part of my day. It soon became the best part of my day and now it is all of my day,” says Nuthan.
“Your body is your bridge. If the bridge is strong enough it can make you traverse through any path that the mind wants,” says Nuthan who learnt this positive lesson through the experiences of her life. She says this realisation would not have come to her if she had not taken yoga as her life mantra. Nuthan Manohar, a yoga instructor based in Hong Kong is currently stationed in Kochi to impart her yoga knowledge.
The bright-eyed and bushy-tailed Nuthan’s take on life changed when she met with a battalion of ill-fate, a few years back. “My life was not a bed of roses. Problems were surmounting from all corners. I was at my lowest point of my life,” she says. How she dealt with them became the million dollar question she answered. “My encounters with my life revealed to me that yoga is the only way out. I decided to embrace it,” says Nuthan. She started her yoga practise in 2004 to combat stress. “Yoga started as a small part of my day. It soon became the best part of my day and now it is all of my day,” she says.
For her yoga gave her a grip to her life. “In your life you are often pulled from different directions. But it is essential that there should be a focal point in your life that can bring you back to the equilibrium. And yoga does that quite conveniently,” she says. Nuthan is currently holding talks with a lot of institutions inside and outside Kerala to organise Yoga sessions.