Prem Prakash

Prem Prakash

Yoga Scientist & Wellness coach, BE, MBA, CMA, PMP, YICC, YTCC

Prem Prakash is CIO and a senior yoga teacher and therapist at Vyasa Yoga School Singapore. And he is CEO of Inventrik Pte Ltd., Singapore. He is yoga scientist and wellness coach since 2010 and an IT professional for over 45 years.

He regularly conducts public programs in the area of wellness. Some of the programs conducted are Science of Wellness, Holistic Wellness, Mind Wellness, Prevention and Mitigation of Life-style Diseases, Holistic yoga and science of Pranayam, Dental Care and Eye care.

One of the core areas where he is working for last one year is mitigation and reversal of Diabetic disorder. He runs a focused platform as DAG (Diabetic Action Group). So far 6 wellness seekers from the group have reversed their disorder and are Pill-Free now.

He is a firm believer and practitioner of yoga science and presents scientific explanation for disorders and their mitigation and reversal with proper monitoring and documentation. Prem is a certified yoga instructor and yoga therapist from Vyasa Yoga School Singapore of Svyasa Yoga University, Bangalore India. He is passionate practitioner of Yoga Science based on Patanjali Yoga Sutra.

Prem Prakash is a graduate in Mechanical Engineering and gold medallist from Delhi University (Delhi College of Engineering) and did his MBA(PT) from Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University. He is a qualified Cost & Management accountant from ICMA, India and a certified Project Management Professional from PMI-USA.

He has worked with organisations like Escorts, EIL, TCS in India and CK Tang, Computer Associates, Vmoksha, iFlex, Retive, and Inventrik in Singapore in the fields of engineering design, management consulting, software consulting, solutions, development & maintenance for last 46 years. He has held senior and top management positions in these companies.

Prem Prakash has widely travelled and had opportunities of interacting and leading multi-racial and multinational teams including Indians, Chinese, Japanese, Australians, New-Zealanders, Arabians, European and Americans. This enabled him to learn differing social and cultural aspects for human motivation and performance.