Yoga is the path that brings you home to yourself.
Practice is the prayer that paves the path to that connection.

My path has come to slowly but surely be inextricably connected to the Divine Feminine, who stands by me as my own intuition and inner knowing. Over time, this has become the most important relationship and the driving force behind my practice.

My classes are rooted in the traditional style and personalized with my own sensitive, artistic nature. Mantras and chanting add to the experience by bringing in sonorous and vibratory dimensions. By highlighting the aspects of reverence and minute attention to detail, each practice becomes no less than a prayer and the classroom no less than a temple. Focus and simple perfection along with watching of the breath bring the mind and body in alignment. My classes can be advanced and challenging or restorative and balancing depending on the readiness and need of the student. The intention is to go beyond the mere physical practice and reach for the more subtle side of oneself.

The most valuable experiences in my extended period of study and practice have been Sivananda yoga (2009), Dharma Yoga with Sri Andrei Ram(2012) and then finally with Yogacharya Venkatesh (2014) of Mysore in whom I found my true guru and have been practicing with ever since in a gurukul system of learning. I deeply resonated with the way Acharya teaches, his style often described as having the precision of Iyengar yoga, the intensity of ashtanga vinyasa and the mindfulness of vipassana: the result – a practice of profound depth . Since 2014, this way of practice and study has illuminated not only my yoga practice but also deeply influenced my art practice.

Connecting back to my roots and stepping into my ancestral lineage has established me in my connection to Shakti, as I come from Assam – where the traditions of Shaktism and Tantra are strongly prevalent. Meditating in and around the Ma Kamakhya Temple has been revelatory guidance as I tread the Shakta Path.

Yoga philosophy and chanting of the yoga sutras of Patanjali have also been an important part of my study, guided by my teachers Hema Venkatesh, Dr. M.A Jayashree and Prof. M.A Narasimhan.

Formal Education:

2008 – Sivananda Nataraja Centre, New Delhi
2009 – 200hours Teacher’s Training, Sivananda Dhanwantari Ashram, Neyyar Dam Kerala.
2012 – 60hours Iyengar Immersion with Sharat Arora, Himalayan Iyengar Yoga Institute, Dharamkot
2013 – 200hours Teachers Training – Hatha Raja Yoga with Sri Andrei Ram, Yogaone Barcelona.

Atmavikasa Centre for yogic sciences Mysore:

2014 – 200hours Back bending intensive
2015 – 300hours Teacher’s Training
2018 – Guided self study
2019 – Guided self study
———- 350+ Hours Yoga Therapy Teacher’s Training
2020 – Guided self study