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About Me


Pallavi is a holistic meditation, mindfulness, and lifestyle teacher and guide who has touched hundreds of lives over the past 15 years.  Her mission in life is to incorporate the concept of resilience into her teaching and give the attendees tools to help and heal themselves as they navigate life outside of the class. 

Pallavi was introduced to meditation in India at the age of 7 years, and since then has integrated it into her way of life. She deepened her practice through her various learnings in India and Nepal, over the years. She strengthened her commitment to self by periodically attending many silent retreats.


Her training in yoga, meditation, and mindfulness practices are supported by her rigorous reading of the scriptures that are the source for modern-day practices. As any true practioner she has spent many years in the pursuit of learning as much as she has spent time sharing what she has learned. Her specialty is the ability to make you feel like she is directly talking to you even though you are in a group session. 

Her style of teaching gives you the tools to reduce stress, build resilience, improve attention, and focus. She empowers you to reflect, recharge, and inspires you to improve mental, emotional, and physical health. Her skill lies in recognizing your emotional intelligence and helping you leverage that to become better human beings. The key being self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, compassion, and social skills.

"The goal is not to be better than the other man, but your previous self." - Dalai Lama

Pallavi has dedicated her life to her passion for helping people heal emotionally.  She has vast experience in guiding one to use the teaching skillfully, which brings about an improved quality of life. She is deeply attentive and known for her warmth, compassion, and insight.


Pallavi uses her training to:


  • Listen actively with respect and compassion

  • Provide skills necessary to cultivate a Mindfulness practice that helps develop clarity of mind and empowers clients to recognize their strength and abilities

  • Incorporate breathing and relaxation techniques, along with meditation practices to strengthen resilience and develop emotional well-being

  • Integrate a nonjudgmental attitude that helps develop compassion and loving-kindness towards oneself and others by systematically leading clients to observe their thoughts and feelings without judgment

  • Use meditation techniques to help clients contemplate on their thoughts, understand their unhealthy thought patterns and create new, positive ones that allow for healthier functioning

  • Welcome new participants to Mindfulness & Meditation and guide those who want to deepen their practice


  • Mindfulness Meditation Teacher- Certified by the Awareness Training Institute in partnership with the University of California at Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center by Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach

  • MBSR Facilitator

  • Yoga for Teens

  • The Fundamentals of CBT

  • Motivational Interviewing

  • Integrating Meditation to Heal Shame and Fear

  • Trauma and the Embodied Brain

  • Meditation and Psychotherapy

  • Anatomy of a Meditative Brain  

  • Yoga Therapy for Depression

  • Pranic Healer and Pranic Psychotherapist


  • International Mindfulness Teachers Association​

  • Family Solutions and Wellness Center (Cary, NC)​

  • Mindful Leader​

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (Raleigh, NC)​

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness (Chapel Hill, NC)​

  • Triangle School of Vedic Vision - Coaching for the overall development of children and adults (Cary, NC)​

  • Samvidh Psych Services - Center for Educational and Psychology Services (Bengaluru, India)​​

  • Kiran - Serves south Asian families facing domestic violence and sexual assault (Raleigh, NC)​

  • Global Breath Yoga and Meditation Center (Durham, NC)

  • Siddha-Vetha - Center for Transdisciplinary Studies

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"Undisturbed calmness of mind is attained by cultivating friendliness toward the happy, compassion for the unhappy, delight in the virtuous, and indifference toward the wicked." - Patanjali
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