Yoga has been a constant in my life.
I was raised in a family of creatives in the Bhakti Yoga tradition, surrounded by kirtan, mantra meditation, sacred dance, arts, and Bhakti (divine love) immersions.
As a young child, I was trained in the Bhakti arts (art forms of loving service), as my family and I moved between India and America. I was taught Sanskrit mantras and stories, learned the ancient Vedic (knowledge) forms of service and meditations, and the art of kirtan chanting.
In my teens I focused more seriously on my asana practice in yoga, and had the fortune of studying with many renowned yoga teachers as well as spiritual practitioners around the world. I’ve also spent time in Mysore (India) absorbing myself in the practice of ashtanga yoga, which is the bases for my self practice and my teaching.
I am continuously committed to being a student as well as sharing the vast knowledge I’ve been given, and I am influenced greatly by my passion for keeping our body clean and wholesome.
Much of my inspiration comes from my rich cultural background and my classes are a fusion of health, inspirational concepts, and kirtan as I aim to guide my students to explore hidden dimensions within, bringing awareness to the connection of body, mind, and spirit.
This is the art of conscious living.
- RYT 200
- RYT 500