Born in London with an Indian heritage you might think I had some sort of inclination to yoga from an early age. That could not be any further from the truth. Since I was young I was hungry for life, for all its various forms, and only now in retrospect can I say, that all the roads and detours eventually led me to Yoga. Often you don’t see the guiding thread until you reach that certain point when everything falls into place and you say: Now I understand. For me that point was when I discovered Yoga and Meditation. Completely transformed by my practice, I suddenly could see things clearly. And that was when I knew that I wanted to share my newly discovered passion through Yoga classes and energetic sessions. Now I teach 6 months in Buenos Aires and return annually to Rishikesh, India to share Yoga with new and old students and involve them into my personal practice.
Did I say I had no inclination at all? Maybe that’s true for yoga, but not for spirituality. Since childhood I felt that I had a certain energy in my hands, an uncanny zest for unusual things but it took me many years to understand that I could help others with this.
Today I combine yoga with good nutrition, bodycare and healthy thoughts and help to achieve well-being and a greater enjoyment of life. My religion is Universal Compassion and Love, the rights of all living beings, the expansion of consciousness and service to others. Each year new experiences are introduced to my life – and I am very thankful for that and happy to share it with all the people I encounter on my way. Vegan cooking workshops, Intensive Yoga Courses, Knowledge of the Chakras, Mantra Chanting and anything that brings more awareness and well-being to our lives are some of my interests. And – born and raised in England – watching a good game of football now and then.