Camella Nair (Swami Nibhrtananda) has been practicing and studying yoga for decades and experienced how the practice of yoga changes over time or through illness or injury. She is certified in Aquatic Therapy and Rehabilitation as well as being a Yoga Therapist and Ayurvedic Health Educator and home funeral guide. She has authored two books on yoga and developed an accessible Aqua Yoga training program that caters for diverse populations. She is on faculty at Atri and bridges the gap between yoga and aquatic exercise. As a female swami, she shares deep mystical Kriya yoga concepts with humor and enthusiasm and a female perspective. Find out more about her at camellanair.com.
This post was edited by Nina Zolotow, co-editor of the Accessible Yoga blog and Editor in Chief of Yoga for Healthy Aging.
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