I’m thrilled you’ve decided to stop by. I’ve been a passionate Yoga student and teacher since 2006.
I come from a family of strong women rooted in the Arya Samaj Tradition; a tradition that was founded in April 1875 by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, who wanted to revive the Vedic way of life and the need to create a just society for all despite color, cast or creed.
Having spent my childhood in Malaysia, formative years in India, teenage years in France and adult years both in the UK and USA, I believe that this has given me the foundation to relate to people from all walks of life.
Using a Vedantic approach into Self inquiry within the realm of yoga and life has been my practice for several years. This lead me to establish my own training Art of Svādhyāya™ through Yin and Hatha Yoga.
I believe in education and bringing awareness on how yoga is so much more than asana - it is a way of life.
Based in Brussels, Belgium. I now teach private, small group and Yin Trainings via Zoom Online.
(Monday at 19:45 pm + Wednesday at 19:30 CET)
Email me for inquiries.
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These sessions are Hatha based focusing on alignment and breath with special emphasis on stability and mobility technique that helps you refine your form and movement.
Classes are accessible authentic, diverse and inclusive. Weaving the essence of Svadhyaya (self enquiry) and a reflective practice on and off the mat.
Art Of Svādhyāya™
The Art of Svadhyaya™ Yin Yoga TTC is for both yoga instructors who would like to teach and for those wanting to deepen their personal practice. This course will encourage you to broaden your understanding and awareness of your whole self.
Spots are limited so do reserve your place when you can
The trainings are held in New Delhi and Chennai, India
The Art of Svadhyaya™ Yin Yoga 50 Hour TTC is also being taught online. Please see below for more information.
Yin Yoga is an intimate practice between the practitioner and their inner essence or the observer and observee. It is the gateway that bridges the gap of disconnect between the two. A time to pause and reflect or unwind from the hectic and stressful lives we lead.
The practice is not about fitting into a shape but more about inviting the shape to adapt to our body using props as support. From an anatomical perspective yin targets the connective tissues, joints and the body’s fascial system. Creating a healthier physical body.
Get To Know Me
As an experienced Yoga Instructor since 2006, my goal has been to help you find balance in your practice be it on or off the mat. I incorporate a variety of traditional yoga practices like movement, breath, meditation and self inquiry to help each one of you to discover your unique form of practice.