Bihar Yoga Club Belgrade

About Us

Each of the Bihar Yoga Club teachers have spent several years in training at the Ganga Darshan Ashram, the seat of the Bihar School of Yoga -- one of the most highly esteemed schools of Yoga in India. Educated in different fields, our calling lies in personal development through living a Yogic lifestyle, and in teaching traditional Yoga. All of us are licensed Yoga teachers.

Swami Omgyanam (Olivera Bošković) was born and educated in Novi Sad. She was initiated into Yoga in 1988, and has been a part of the Bihar School of Yoga since. In 1995 she went to live in the Munger ashram in India, where she remained until 2008. After several years of training in various Yogic disciplines under the guidance of her teacher, Swami Niranjananada Saraswati, she became a teacher at the Bihar School of Yoga in India. Her time now is spent between Belgrade and India, and in writing essays and books on Yogic philosophy. Her main interests and specializations are meditation, relaxation, and Yoga philosophy. She holds regular courses and seminars in Serbia, Hungary, Lebanon, Uruguay, Romania, Bulgaria, and other countries in the region.

Swami Mudrarupa (Dr Milan Bošković) was born in Belgrade, where he studied medicine and specialized in physiatry, or physical medicine and rehabilitation. He later also studied acupuncture. He has been practicing Yoga since his early youth. In 1995 he visited the Bihar School of Yoga in India, where he then went through a traditional 12-year training under the guidance of his teacher Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati. During this period he finished his postdoctoral studies in Applied Yogic Sciences at the first accredited Yoga univerity in the world, Bihar Yoga Bharati. He remained in the Ashram at the Bihar School of Yoga, active as a lecturer and consultant at the university, and as a Sannyasin in the service of his guru until 2008. He now resides in Belgrade where he does research and writes on various Yogic themes. He also holds regular Yoga programmes in Serbia, Hungary, Lebanon, Switzerland, Austria, Romania, Bulgaria, and other countries in the region. He also attends international Yoga conventions as a guest lecturer. Whenever life permits he spends time at his spiritual home,  the Ganga Darshan ashram of the Bihar School of Yoga in India.

Devamitra (Dina Vuković) stekla je obrazovanje menadžera u kulturi na Fakultetu dramskih umetnosti u Beogradu. Jogu je prepoznala kao svoj put i način življenja. Pohađala je brojne časove, programe, radionice i seminare Satjananda joge u Beogradu, Szoladu (Mađarska) i ašramu Biharske škole joge u Mungiru (Indija).  Završila je šestomesečne kurseve Joga studija (I i IIa) na Evropskoj Satjananda joga akademiji. Inspiraciju pronalazi u učenju i tradiciji Biharske škole joge. 

Sannyasi Jyoti (Milica Radisavljević) mastered in sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. She has been practicing traditional Yoga for 17 years. She has spent 5 years at ashrams of the Bihar School of Yoga in India, and during that time has been exposed to various levels of training in the fields of Yoga and Sannyasa under the Gurukul system.

Sannyasi Yantri (Žana Janković Aksentijević), software engineer. She first began attending yoga classes in the mid-70's. From 2006 to 2010 she was a student of Dragan Lončar in Belgrade after which she completed the Vidya Yoga school for yoga instructors, and has been teaching fundamental yoga since then. She continues learning about and perfecting yoga, and has attended training courses in various traditions of yoga and meditation in Serbia, India, Hungary, Greece, France, Italy, and Austria. Her first visit to India and her first exposure to Swami Niranjanananda Saraswati inspired her greatly and focused her in the direction of the Satyananda Yoga tradition. In Januray 2015, she was initiated into karma sannyasa in the Ganga Darshan ashram in Munger, India by her guru, Swami Niranjanananda. She is a certified and licensed yoga instructor, and is a member of the European Yoga Alliance.

Žana Janković Aksentijević