About Me

Pallavi was first introduced to meditation as a young child and began formal studies in spirituality, yoga, and meditation in 2004 at The Himalayan Institute in Pennsylvania. Along with being trained in Buddhist mindfulness practice, she is also a certified Pranic healer. She has been teaching Mindfulness and Meditation to both adults and children since 2005. She has further explored meditation extensively through Dr. Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield’s teachings and worked with people to treat stress, fear, anxiety, anger, depression, grief, and trauma.


Pallavi uses various meditation techniques, along with breath awareness and relaxation to help people (re)discover their immense strength, compassion and gain an understanding of their thought process. This leads to reduction in stress and an increase in focus, productivity, clarity of thought, and well-being. She incorporates the concept of resilience in her teaching and works with each client, offering customized programs to meet their needs.

"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 of helping people heal emotionally.  She has vast experience in guiding one to use the teaching skillfully, that 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

  • Yoga for Teens

  • The Fundamentals of CBT

  • 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

"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