The last we’d heard from Kausthub Desikachar (who had been silent since he had been accused of sexual, mental and emotional abuse by four Austrian teacher trainees in September 2012) was in January, when he sent a letter to his mailing list asking to “not be judged” for his actions. In that letter, he had alluded to “future actions in offering teachings”
Two months later, he’s rebranded himself and launched a new website (kausthub.com) where he’s podcasting, blogging, promoting online study groups and advertising individualized yoga therapy sessions. Later this year, he apparently plans on offering teacher training and professional development courses.
As is the norm with fallen yoga gurus, Desikachar spent less than six months in “deep reflection” and “self-enquiry” before he felt ready to get back in the teacher’s seat. His bio makes no reference to the allegations or legal process.