Artemis Emily Doyle
About The Teacher
Artemis works as the Director of Operation at Anuttara Ashram and is a co-founder of Anuttara Yoga. Artemis is a disciple of Sri Prem Baba Ji and a student of Guruji Raj Kumar. Artemis has been practicing and studying yoga and meditation since 2008 and teaching since 2010.
Artemis is dedicated to heightening the collective vibration by guiding spiritual practices that reveal practitioners to their true selves. She selflessly holds space for all who are blessed to be in her realm. Artemis feels called to help facilitate healing in others, and it is through her personal experiences that she is able to make authentic connections with others and inspire them in their own personal practice.
As a yoga teacher, Artemis is recognized as having a natural connection with the divine. Her shining light inspires bhavana in all those who meet mer. Artemis believes in creativity, spontaneity and fearless Self-expression and it is these core values that assist her in creating a space you can thrive, unabashedly learn, and dive into your own Self-discovery.
Aarti has a deep connection with Bhakti Yoga and if you really want to see her fully embody the divine, go to kirtan with Artemis. Nowhere does Artemis shine as brightly as when she allows the sacred sounds to move through her. High clear notes joined in harmony to revel in pure love–her natural state! Artemis sets souls free, as she conveys divine love and compassion through her genuine connection with the Spirit. A muse, or maybe the aspect of some forgotten bhakti goddess; to listen and watch her play the harmonium makes you feel closer to god. Grace, beauty, agility and humility is what I think, when I think of her.
However, Artemis is just another goofy character like the rest of those that seem to be attracted to the ashram. Artemis is well known for her insatiable sweet tooth. If chocolate goes missing at the Ashram she is often to blame. She is particularly fond of white chocolate and vegan-butter tarts. If you want to gain her favor best bring some along!
(Thank you to all of the beautiful beings who gave their kind words and took part in writing this)