I would like to offer my deepest respect and thanks to my teachers,
whose guidance has enabled me to grow in this path of yoga. These ancient
practices have offered me grounding, truth, strength, balance,
openness and deeper connection to my heart. I am grateful and humbled
to be in contact with all those who have come before.
My own yoga path has slowly grown in intensity and dedication over the
years. My direct teachers are O.P.Tiwari, Dharmanidhi Saraswati and Paul
Dallaghan. These teachers have built my practice, grounded my teaching
skills and provided fertile soil for my deeper growth. My daily
practice is a combination of pranayama, seated meditation, and asana.
I teach a freestyle form of Hatha Yoga that is influenced by my many
years in the Ashtanga Vinyasa System and borrows inspiration from
studies I have undertaken in Tibetan Buddhism and the Tantric Yoga
practices of Kashmir Shaivism. I also incorporate the alignment
principals of the Anusara system of John Friend, as a way to refine
alignment, prevent and heal injuries. When I teach, I incorporate
asanas, pranayama, mudra, devotion and meditation techniques. The
intention of my work is to present Yoga in a classical form, as a way
rediscovering our essential nature and awakening our fullest
I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada and moved to the Vancouver in 1992. It was there, through grace, that I discovered yoga.