I came out of the womb dancing, and began my classical training at the age of three. Dance consumed my life outside of school work, and I happily gave myself to it. After college, I found myself living a dream I hadn't believed was available to me, an Indian girl from the suburbs, professionally dancing on tour around the world with Cirque du Soleil, Madonna, and then A.R. Rahman. After a decade on the road, I left the commercial dance industry to explore my personal relationship with dance as a spiritual practice. These days I perform as an act of service. Most recently I was invited to dance a prayer for our oceans at the UN reception for World Oceans Day, and to perform a dance in remembrance of our fallen brothers and sisters for The Research Foundation To Cure AIDS.