Let’s start with my name: Premkranti.
The first direct translation I had of my name was “Love Revolution”. As I was living in India at the time (way back in 1996!) and making some radical life choices, it seemed to fit. Love Revolution encapsulated my free spirit, my desire for inner evolution and my expression of this in the world. A later translation was “return to love”. This seemed a little softer and more closely aligned with a mature approach to positive transformation. It serves as a constant reminder for me to come back to my heart, in making decisions, in relating to others and in my work.
In June 2020 I enrolled in a full time Graduate Diploma of Counselling with the Australian College of Applied Psychology to further my Spiritual Care and counselling skills.
What I love to do….
I love to facilitate a positive and suportive learning experience for people from all walks of life. To see students develop inner resilience and self compassion is such a blessing.
I really enjoy the atmosphere of presence, peace and open curiosity that I experience when teaching. Facilitating this experience for others is what I do best!
Training and Experience
May to August 2019, Spiritual Care Internship, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne.
February 2017 – 2019, Pastoral Care Training, CPE Course, Tilba Tilba, Far South Coast
July 2017, Cert IV in Training and Education, MCI, Sydney.
June 2016, Trauma Sensitive Yoga Training, Sydney (currently continuing online training)
January 2016, Mindfulness for dealing with difficult emotions, online training.
2016 & 2019, Non Violent Communication Training, two weekends with Kate Raffin, Bega.
2015, Mindfulness Fundamentals and Mindfulness Schools Curriculum training.
2013, SoulCollage® facilitators training, Sydney.
2007 Ayurvedic Lifestyle Counselling Course, with Dr. Rama Prasad, Canberra.
2004 Diploma of Satyananda Yoga training, Academy of Yoga Science, Mangrove Creek.
I have fifteen years of Yoga,
Premkranti’s ability to impart kind, clear and concise instruction provides students with the certainty they are in skilled hands. Her mindfulness classes are not only valuable for learning the practice itself (which I love!) she links the
Prem’s yoga classes have helped me achieve balance in my life. The breathing and mindfulness techniques Prem teaches have become invaluable in my everyday life to gain a sense of calm and perspective and the physical postures stretch my body wonderfully. Prem’s gentle and non-judgemental manner creates a class where everyone is able to benefit.
Are you interested in Yoga and Mindfulness classes?
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