I’ve spent the last 10 years being based in Europe, traveling the world. I’ve learnt to speak 7 languages, including the language of embodied poetry, Argentinian Tango.
Through the process of learning, dancing, and teaching Tango, I stumbled upon other embodied paths, such as yoga, contemporary dance, and bodywork, and Trans-Himalayan Shamanism. I learnt “how to learn”, trusting the wisdom of my body connected to the flashlight of consciousness.
My Tantric journey began growing up in India. I’ve longed to understand the meaning of life. My journey was one of ascension, of wanting to climb up the mountain top, to reach higher, rarer, and subtler levels of consciousness and one-ness, while swimming in a sea of my own unconsciousness. However, when I allowed myself the vunerability of exploring my sexuality, I surrendered to life. I allowed myself to feel the twin rivers of grief and heart-break, and my heart burst open. I found diamonds in the dark, and met my own shadow. Spirit embraced my quivering, divine animal.
Tantra has supported me to celebrate the dance of the intuitive and rational in me, integrating pieces of my being that were otherwise unknown, unknown to my consciousness.
I support human beings in the process of making their consciousness malleable, to feel the sacredness of their animal-selves, and from a place of deeper alignment in their beings to remember their deepest longing. I create containers for that process, and also work personally. I use different tools; compassion, attention, intention, alchemy, humor, ecstacy, & personal methods; energetic bodywork, movement, breathwork, touch, amongst others from a place of compassion, love, humility, and humor at my own humanity.
As a personality, I wear many hats. Groovy-esoteric-shaman, lover, dancer, stand-up comedian-in-training, and student of life. As a soul, the fire in my spirit burns to midwife the civilization of souls waking up on this planet through groovy, loving, intelligent embodied expressions – workshops, retreats, trainings, art, and conscious business ventures.
I’m apprentice faculty at ISTA, the International School of Temple Arts.