She has done Master of Physiotherapy & now pursuing PhD in yoga from SVYASA University, Bangalore. With 12 years of practice with both physiotherapy and yoga, she got experience from named universities and hospitals of South India. She was been training students of PhD, MD, BSc (yoga), MSc (yoga) and PG diploma (yoga) courses. She was been treating more than 1000 orthopedic cases, 800 cardio-respiratory cases and more than 500 lifestyle disorder cases. Administrative work, curriculum developments, coordinating the students in their progression, guiding MSc dessertations etc., were also special skills she got. As part of the carrier, she worked with an international yoga academy for 1 year in Rishikesh and got interest to progress in the same field and spreading the knowledge to westerners from India itself. Her tools of practice are teaching theory, practical, innovative teaching methodologies, quizzes, skits about philosophy and practices of lifestyle. With all these knowledge, she started to develop a school which takes the students towards the golden paths of ancient wisdom. At this goal Rishikesh Yog Sansthan (RYS) took birth. She is going to teach Anatomy & Physiology of yoga practices, yoga philosophy Pranayama, meditation, relaxation techniques and way of life.