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Nick 'SadaShiv' Bradley and Radha Rani

Akhanda Yoga Australia
Co Founders
Gold Coast
About Nick 'SadaShiv' Bradley:

'SadaShiv means "always welbeing", Shiva being the powerful deity who is the god of destruction. Destruction needs to occur so that rebirth can take place. Nick is a co-founder of Shiva Shakti Yoga. He is now the primary teacher for the 200 hr Akhanda Teacher Trainings on the Gold Coast, Australia.

Yogi Sadashiv started practicing yoga asanas (postures), meditation and Reiki from a young age. Ashtanga yoga led him to Mysore, India to study with the Ashtanga Guru Sri K Pattabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath inspiring Nick to learn more about the human body and this great  tradition. Nick has studied with many teachers around the world. He has completed courses like Simon Borg-Oliver’s ‘Applied Anatomy and Physiology to HathaYoga’. Nick also undertook study with Kevin Farrow with whom he studied accurate energy anatomy and how to profoundly influence the energetic body.

Over the years Nick taught Ashtanga yoga in Sydney at Ashtanga YogaSpace whilst often returning to India to study and practice Yoga and finally working with Yogi Vishvketu on yogic cleansing rituals known as Shatkarmas.

About Radha 'Rani' Bradley:

The name Radha Rani, meaning the “queen of devotion”, was given to her by Yogrishi Vishvketu upon completion of her 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in Rishikesh. Radha Rani is co-founder of Shiva Shakti Yoga and Akhanda Yoga Australia. She came to yoga teaching after a successful acting career led her to move towards a more gentle life path.

Radha leads Akhanda Yoga Teacher Trainings with Yogi Sadashiv on the Gold Coast of Australia. Her influences are Emma Henry of the Jivamukti method, Ananda yoga originating from the teachings of Paramhansa Yogananda and her guru, Yogrishi Vishvketu.

Her focus is on the meditative and bhakti (devotional) side of yoga and includes a great love of yogic philosophy. Radha also leads Kirtan, singing and playing the harmonium.