Sri Krishna Wellness, Yoga and Cultural Centre, was set up in January 2014, to promote the rich heritage of Indian Art, Culture and Yoga.
The centre is one of the leading Yoga Schools in Bangalore, known for its Holistic and Integrated Yoga Classes and Programs, Classical Pranayama and Meditation classes , and AntiGravity Fitness* , which is conducted daily at the Centre.
The internationally renowned Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram (KYM) Yoga Teacher Training Certification Course is conducted exclusively at the centre in Bangalore. Late Shri T. Krishnamacharya, often called the Father of Modern Yoga and was the master and teacher to other great Yoga teachers such as Shri BKS Iyengar, Shri TKV Desikachar, and Madame Indra Devi.
Several other programs such as Classical Dance classes, Bhajans, Kirtans, Music and Dance Concerts, Shastra Classes and lectures, are also hosted at the Centre.
Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy is the founder and Managing Trustee of Sri Krishna Wellness, Yoga and Cultural Centre.
Born and brought up in the beautiful city of Bangalore hailing from a family which has always loved and supported Indian Art and Culture, Mimi set up Sri Krishna Wellness, Yoga and Cultural Centre with a vision to promote and preserve the rich heritage of Indian Dance, Music Art and Culture.
With a strong educational background in Finance, Marketing and Accounting as well as being a well-known classical Bharatnatyam Dancer and Senior Yoga Teacher, entrepreneurship is a passion with Ms. Mimi Partha Sarathy and she wears many hats today:
A lover of nature and trees, Mrs. Vedavalli has not only collected and planted some of the most beautiful trees in her home and at Sri Krishna Wellness, Yoga and Cultural Center, but is also a connoisseur of Indian art and culture. She has a keen sense for the aesthetics and design across jewellery, sarees, furniture, antique dolls, paintings, and art and has a wealth of knowledge about Indian tradition and festivals. Mrs. Vedavalli and supported several activities across a wide range of activities related to wildlife conservation, animal rescue and rehabilitation, restoration and maintenance of temples, preservation of antique designs, and has been an inspiration and guide to her daughter Mimi, in the creation and in the activities being held at the Centre.