The purpose of my life as a yogini is to share the knowledge and cherish life.
Born amongst the tranquility of Himalayas, yoga and spirituality was an innate part of my life since the very beginning.
At the age of 6, I got introduced into the path of classical yogic life; I learned the intricate yogic lifestyle and its different dimensions. Yoga Nidra, Kriya yoga, Asanas, pranayama, self-healing practices were all included in the yogic upbringing through my gurus. After moving to the United States, my life went through a lot of ups and downs. Falling health, injuries made me realize the importance of yoga in one’s life in order to reassure the ability to understand the power of self-healing.
RYT 500 hour yoga teacher training under International Sivananda yoga Vedanta center gave me an altogether different perspective towards life & health. Currently pursuing, an 800-hour yoga health educators training from Sivananda Institute of health a well-rounded integration of Western medical science & yoga /holistic practices. The program is equipped with so many powerful tools and extraordinary faculty. Yoga psychologically, western psychology, Ayurveda, medicine (western & alternative), anatomy & pathology studies are so beautifully integrated together. After the completion, we will be equipped with so much knowledge and hope will be able to bring back the core of spiritual health in life which is completely back seated in the current time.