Swetha Devaraj, a former healthcare professional, has transformed her career and passion into a unique fitness coaching journey. Swetha’s background includes her role as a vascular radiologist at Jain Hospital in Bangalore, India, before she decided to dedicate herself fully to fitness coaching.
Her journey started in 2016 with coaching at a CrossFit box, which ultimately led her to explore various forms of fitness. Today, Swetha primarily helps those struggling with weight issues, women facing hormonal problems, and athletes striving for their personal goals. She emphasizes the importance of taking care of your body, believing in its amazing potential.
A former professional tennis player in India and college tennis player in the USA, Swetha has always been involved in sports. She later embraced running, participating and winning numerous marathons and obstacle races. Her philosophy centers on the idea of multitasking, encouraging her students not to limit themselves to one form of fitness.
Swetha advocates the practice of different activities to sharpen physical and mental skills. After an ankle injury limited her mobility, she discovered Animal Flow, a workout that combines quadrupedal and ground-based movement with elements from various bodyweight-training disciplines, offering her a comprehensive physical and mental health solution.
As an Animal Flow Master Instructor since 2019 and the Co-Founder of SweatyNinjas®, Swetha offers her expertise through online training. Her dedication is to teach, train, and transform others’ lifestyles, reaching tens of thousands of individuals via her influential social media platforms.
Swetha’s credentials include:
- Vascular Radiologist
- Personal Trainer and Online Training Specialist
- Animal Flow Master Instructor 2019
Her success, for Swetha, is not only about crossing the finish line but also about appreciating the journey, embracing failure as a friend and a teacher. She finds fulfillment in her students’ achievements, no matter how small, and in the knowledge that they receive more than what they initially expected from her workshops.