My commitment to yoga, social justice, and activism fuels my passion in serving communities and people at all levels to advocate for self-development and social change; beginning from the inside, out.
I am an child and youth practitioner with experience working in International, Educational, Residential and Youth Justice settings.
I have a strong educational background that includes Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Child and Youth Care from Ryerson University
– I obtained international practice experience working with youth refugees and communities living in exile at India and Nepal
– I possess in-depth knowledge of child development topics, trauma-informed care, resilience, life-space interventions, critical and anti-racism/anti-oppressive frameworks within organizations
– I have enhanced my research and teaching skills through post-secondary education experiences
– I demonstrate excellent communication and presentation skills, with an emphasis on writing, delivery and facilitation.
I work both internationally and locally as a yoga teacher (ERYT), educator, and wellness advocate; striving for more inclusive and diverse teaching and learning practices.
– I have over seven years of experience in operating a registered not-for-profit corporation called the Healing Hearts Project Poverty Relief Initiative
– I am best-known for my principal role in the documentary feature, Finding Spirit. An official selection at the Canadian Diversity Film Festival, Love International Film Festival and winner of Accolade Global Film Competition.
– My works are featured on many international media outlets including ZeeTV Canada, The India Times and more.
My mission is to serve and empower communities by making yoga accessible to people of all ages, abilities and body types.