I am teaching my 100th Gokhale Method student. That number doesn’t seem like a lot for someone who has been teaching posture for three years. Yet, for me reaching that number is not short of a miracle. If you were … Continue reading The 100th
I have a self-imposed goal of writing at least one blog post a month. I want to create a habit of writing on some topic every month, so that I reflect on an insight that I had gathered or an … Continue reading Writing About Not Writing
My 11year old asked me “why do they say creativity is contagious?”. He was reading an assignment given by his teacher mentioning this phrase. He was only used to the word “contagious” in the context of disease and catching an … Continue reading Creativity Is Contagious
I am a bicycle living in Mumbai. I believe my ancestors once ruled the roads in this city and everywhere else in the world. But today we are an endangered species and I am lucky to be alive and get … Continue reading The Invisible one
I often encounter this statement these days “aapne accha menten kiya hai”, which loosely translates into “you have maintained yourself well” or how the English speaking world would say “she has preserved herself well”. These statements are supposed to be … Continue reading How Do You Maintain Yourself?
I teach posture. Posture to help people move with no pain. Posture to help people get rid of that dull ache in the back, a niggle in the neck or stiffness in the shoulders. I was getting ready to teach … Continue reading When you are not at your best.
The week of 9th January 2017 holds certain significance in my life. This was the week when I was part of a series of workshops in Mumbai, on Primal Posture™ with the founder of the Gokhale Method™ Esther Gokhale. This … Continue reading My Leadership Posture