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A few words about Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy
Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy found his calling in Nadi Pariksha as early as 2002. Thereafter he has been after it, working 7 days a week for over 17 years. His dedication paid off in the form of some of the most amazing experiences with clients, which he narrates with his students during the class lessons.
Why recommend Dr. Mahesh?
Dr. Mahesh is a fine communicator. His collection of experiences and anecdotes can keep one engrossed for the length and breadth of his class.
Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy is extremely patient with people who are willing to learn and transform their lives for the better.
Those who have attended Dr. Mahesh’s class have found his expertise in his subject to be superior. He is willing to answer all queries of students.
Understand who Dr. Mahesh is as a person
Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy comes from an ancestry of Royal Priests to Mummadi Kempegowda, the King of Mysore State. His discipline comes from his exposure to National Defence Academy, where, he was adjudged the Best Camper of India in the year 1992. In 2003, he was invited to join a body of researchers. He researched on Yoga Shastras and Ayurveda. He works all 7 days of the week and has provided consultations for over 50,000 people.
Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy received an Honorary Doctorate in February 2020, for his contribution to Nadi Pariksha, the ancient and natural science of investigation, diagnosis and evaluation of overall health. In 2013, he received an inner guidance to share the knowledge of Nadi Pariksha with all. He has since trained over 300 Ayurveda doctors, Yoga professionals and other natural therapists.
” The best teacher is one who shares his knowledge and learns in the process. ” ~ Dr. Mahesh Krishnamurthy
Being a teacher is who he is
Dr. Mahesh is a natural teacher. Be it photography, video graphy, Fundamentals of Ayurveda, Marma Chikitsa or Nadi Pariksha, he teaches his subject with ease. Every Sunday, he is live on Facebook sharing knowledge on various health issues and how you can overcome them.
He has been teaching from he was 18 years of age. Even at the age of 18, when he led boys younger than him as well as men who had children his age on hikes and nature outings, everyone loved the way he organised and shared knowledge with them.