After coming back to India, she worked with microfinance institutions like BASIX, and research organisations like CMF (Centre for Microfinance). She also worked in rural parts of Rajasthan, Orissa and Maharashtra where she was involved in a project that helped migrant labourers transfer money to their families.
A keen dance artist, she has over 14 years of training in Bharatnatyam and has ventured into her love for dance by studying Dance, Movement & Performance Arts for 4 years at Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore & Japanese Performance Art school in Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh. She has conducted workshops, organised International festivals and also had her own dance studio by the name of ‘Quiet House’.
With a passion for health & movement, and training in internal discipline, she has also been involved in martial arts ever since she was a child and is currently a student at the Damo Shaolin Kungfu School, where she trains in Qi Gong, Tai Chi and Kungfu.
Her journey into Ayurveda started in 2012, when she discovered a book called ‘Prakriti’ by Dr. Robert Svoboda. She resonated deeply and was strongly affected by it. She took to ayurveda instantly since it gave her a deeper understanding of the body and the mind. It also reinforced her belief that self - knowledge is the greatest knowledge!
In 2013, she started to put together ideas and efforts to start a research unit dedicated to ayurvedic products for daily life. Finally, in 2014, Butterfly Ayurveda was established on paper.
Since she became familiar with ayurveda and its ways, she has enjoyed reading classical ayurvedic texts along with regular interaction with her RnD team to increase and strengthen her understanding of the subject.