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I  provide knowledgable, personalized instruction and enjoy teaching Wellness through Yoga and Cooking. Art I love. 

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About Us

Amrita Sondhi is a dedicated educator on the tools of Yoga

Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

My classes  classes are taught on Zoom or in safe distance settings outdoors or indoors and I use proven teaching strategies make sure that every student finds a path to success.


Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

We embrace a learning environment that will prepare you for the path ahead. Our classes incorporate traditional learning styles as well as hands-on experiences.

My Mission

Amrita offers small group and one on one Courses on Ayurvedic cooking on Zoom or at a safe distance in person in these pandemic times.

My Mission

I  provide a personal approach, tailoring learning methods to each student's or groups needs.

 Amrita Sondhi is a certified yoga instructor, a graduate of Kairos. She is the author of ‘The Modern Ayurvedic Cookbook’ 2006 (now in its third printing) and founder of Movement Global Design (www.movementglobal.com) providing cutting edge yoga lifestyle clothing in sustainable fibers. In keeping with her focus on sustainability, 10% of proceeds from Movement and the cook book go to the Pamoja Foundation (www.pamoja.org) which she also co-founded in 1999. The foundation supports grass roots entrepreneurs in making their way from poverty to self-sustainability through micro-loans at the grass roots level. Amrita attributes living with purpose to her Yoga practice. She is in deep gratitude for those who come to her classes, as she believes her teaching brings her infinite returns and keeps the dharma wheel turning.