Kama is an avid yoga student who has been practicing since 2007 after first discovering Moksha Yoga London (MYL) while working as a psychiatric/mental health nurse in London, Ontario and completing her graduate studies at Western University. Given the demanding nature of the healthcare industry, Kama often retreats to the practice room in order to recharge and to find peace and solace after a long and difficult day. In 2012, after her initial experience at MYL and relocating to Toronto, she completed Moksha Yoga Square One’s “30-Day Challenge”. This inspired Kama to deepen her practice and pursue the intensive Moksha Yoga teacher training course in Los Angeles in 2013.
Since qualifying as a yoga teacher, Kama has been teaching at her home studio, as well as initiating and leading wellness initiatives at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, her current workplace. To date, she has received over 700 hours of teacher training inclusive of Moksha Flow (Edmonton, 2016) and Prenatal Yoga (Toronto, 2017). Kama is also a reiki channel with Level 2 certification.
In addition to her dedication to work and yoga, Kama recently became a mother to a beautiful baby boy named Sai. She always strives to bring her love of life and her passion to help others into all that she does.