About The Massage Therapist (Dahanu, India)
Working with women
Ayurvedic Yoga Massage training in 2003.
3 month Pranic Hatha Yoga Teacher's training with Swami Yogananda Saraswati
7 month Yoga teachers training from The Yoga Institute, Santacruz E
I have been a student of yoga with Swami Yogananda Saraswati. and various Iyengar Yoga
teachers for several years.
I completed my Reiki level
1, practiced several Osho meditations and have taken part
in some Art of living courses. Vipassana has been a strong
influence in my life and work. All spiritual practices help
us get back to our natural selves. To get back to the natural
self, nothing more needs to be added but many many things
need to drop...negativities, bad habits, tensions, stresses,
fixed and strong opinions and prejudices about other and ourselves
and much much more....: )
Being comfortable and accepting
of your body with its shape, size, colour and all those other
things which contribute towards beauty and health in our eyes
is the first step. Massage goes a long way in creating this
acceptance and love for your own body. Each person is unique
and therefore to have a fixed idea of what is perfect does
not work. In fact it is these ideas and notions of what is
right, good and beautiful that are responsible for most of
the damage and imbalances in our bodies.
My struggle to find a job
which is interesting and contributes to my own as well as
other peoples wellbeing ended once I discovered massage and
yoga. Massage is I must say not only a therapy for my
clients but for me as well.
now live in Dahanu, Maharashtra, India. Our little
includes 5 dogs, 3 cats and 4 cows.
I am a Yoga teacher and a Massage Therapist who loves her Vippasana
Being a stay at home mother at this moment leaves me
with little spaces in which I can write and paint. I
am absolutely delighted to present the first three
books in this series. I hope to be able to learn
about and introduce many other fellow creatures to
our children through these books.
Andree Francoise, my art teacher and dhamma mother,
is the co-illustrator of the first book “The Indigo
Fairy and the Frogs”. She is a loving, inspiring
woman who spends most of her time meditating and
painting. I am very grateful for her help with the
Irani (Nee: Darukhanawala)
"Work is either fun or drudgery. It
depends on your attitude. I like fun. "
- Colleen C. Barret