I truly agree with what you have said. The name of the owner is Brajesh Sharma. Prior to starting his school in Rishikesh, he was teaching Yoga in China. You are right in your conclusion that Brajesh is one of the very few experienced yoga teachers left in Rishikesh.
When I met him day before yesterday (when I went there to make a school tour), I asked him why he is not focusing on increasing the number of students in the class. (a class at his yoga school has 5 to 7 students whereas other schools have upwards of 15 students in a class). His reply was hilarious. He told me that he is already doing too much of this Yoga Teacher Training and has no time of his own to practice yoga. So he was planning to cut down in TTC programs (which is currently in bad shape due to lack of students) from 2018 onwards and focus on his own yoga practice.
You are right that many yoga schools are Rishikesh are started by business people and yes there are many fake yogis and swamis too which are doing good because of their advanced digital marketing strategies. People like Brajesh are left behind because of their lack of marketing skills.
When I told him that I can help him get started with his digital marketing strategy. "I am happy with what I have" He replied.
And then he kept on telling stories about how fake yoga schools in Rishikesh have ruined the name of Yoga. I was in no mood to listen to his stories, so I left the school premise.
I want to ask a quick question. When did you complete your TTC?
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