Archith Seshadri is a RYT-200 hour certified teacher in Atlanta, Ga. Archith has been practicing yoga at Core Power Yoga since 2019. In 2021, he received a BIPOC scholarship for the Yoga Teacher Training and completed his 200 hours teaching certification. At Core Power Yoga, Archith teaches C1 (non heated) and C2 (heated) yoga using vinyasa flow techniques and a gratitude + breath meditation. Archith also teaches Power Yoga (heated and non-heated) at Lift Yoga in Alpharetta and Johns Creek. Archith is avid into fitness, diet and a healthy lifestyle. He works out Core Power Yoga and Orange Theory Fitness. He has also practiced yoga in India, Mexico and the United States. Archith is currently training for ‘yoga sculpt’ (yoga with weights) and ‘hot power fusion’ (vinyasa flows with longer holds in a heated format). When he’s not flowing on his mat or guiding students, Archith wears his storyteller hat to report the news, host events, perform improv, act on screen and write inspirational quotes.
PRO TIP: Schedule your workouts ahead of time and keep a spreadsheet list of the classes you have taken each month to track your progress!
- Core Power Yoga (Buckhead): C2 Vinyasa Flow – Thursday 6:00-7:00 p.m.
- Core Power Yoga (Sandy Springs): C2 Vinyasa Flow – Sunday 12:00-1:00 p.m.
- CPY (Sandy Springs): C1 Vinyasa Flow (non heated)- Sunday 1:30 p.m.-2:30 p.m.
- Lift Yoga (Johns Creek): Hot Power Yoga (non heated) – Friday 6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m.
Archith Seshadri’s Yoga Journey
3 years ago, on a whim, I walked into a Core Power Yoga studio in Buckhead (since I was near Bhojanic and Roots Juices). I started with just a few classes a week because I wasn’t sure if yoga was my flow (assuming it would be slow and not as intense).
2 years ago, in the thick of the pandemic, I resumed classes daily wearing two masks and pushing myself with the added challenge.
1 year ago, I applied for a BIPOC teacher training scholarship and got it on my second attempt (reinforcing that you should never give up)!
Last month, I finished my 200 hour training hours and 1000 practice hours and auditioned to be a yoga teacher at Core Power Yoga.
Yesterday, I taught my first class at the very studio I started at 3 years ago. Actually, my first two classes — with the universe throwing a curve ball (or a sign) and had me sub in for another teacher who called out! The best compliment was when someone said “I thought this was your 100th class and not your first!”
I hope this inspires you to chase after your dreams, stay focused, be determined, have patience and chart your course! Thank you to all my teachers, coaches, and fellow yoga instructors and students who believed in me and helped me through this beautiful journey! It’s made me a better human being and I am excited for the road ahead.
Your class was so good! I am so impressed and humbled by you constantly. I love how you work super hard in the area you choose to focus and become your best possible version in that area. Your alignment cues were on point, the flow was very good incorporating Sanskrit. The breathing techniques were nicely incorporated. I loved the intention setting at the beginning and tying in the personal story at the end.” — Khanjan (Kuki) Gandhi (RYT-200)
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