In 2010 Kamala qualified as an Integral yoga teacher, in 2012 as a reiki practitioner and more recently qualified as a British School of Meditation teacher. Kamala feels honoured to have a mix of skills to support people looking to re-centre themselves. Kamala's approach to teaching meditation is for individuals to 'taste' an number of techniques and to explore through their own direct experience. Her aim is for individuals to find a technique that resonates with them - as it is a personal practice.
Her approach to the more physical practices (which are generally labelled as yoga) is to tune into the collective energy of class members. Individuals are encouraged to apply the use of breath and awareness through movement to allow the body to release and strengthen and the mind to relax. Her classes employ a cocktail of different techniques. This can include creative free flow or more traditional asanas, Qigong, walking meditations, visualisations, pranayama and alert relaxation. Whilst different practices are employed (depending on the class), the general approach to each session is meditative with emphasis on noticing the inner stillness that already exists within.
Kamala has taught beginners and more advanced students on a one to one basis and at classes at Yoga Bodhi, Universal Yoga, Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa in Colerne, South Wraxall, Bathford and Larkhall. She contributes to retreats and workshops in the UK with a focus on meditation. She has held laughter workshops at Universal Yoga and also taught children's yoga at Yoga Bodhi, South Wraxall and at Bathford Primary School.