ayurveda, meditation and more


Our multidisciplinary faculty are respected professionals that come from around the world and have worked with Jivasu for many years. Each brings their own knowledge and expertise to the Naturality approach including- Ayurveda, yoga, music, meditation and mind-body medicine. 


Heidi was born to be a teacher, and, for her, teaching is a meditative experience. That is why her students from all over the world admire her. In 2003, Heidi became interested in meditation as a way of managing chronic pain and anxiety. Through regular practice, her suffering lessened, and, eventually, became a source of great transformation. Since 2013, she is teaching Naturality and meditation in Hamilton and the Toronto area. She lives on a small hobby farm with her husband and enjoys taking care of their many animals.

Dr. Harsh Agarwal

Dr. Agarwal is an Ayurvedic doctor practicing in Rishikesh, India. Besides treating and supporting patients through his Ayurvedic hospital, Vardan Ayurveda Nilayam, Dr. Harsh is teaching Ayurveda worldwide. He is an expert in pulse diagnosis and has plans to demonstrate Ayurveda using scientific principles and facilitated research.

Dr. Alka tyagi

Dr. Alka Tyagi is an academic, translator, a bilingual poet, a proponent of the tantric tradition of Kashmir Saivism, and an international yoga teacher, trained at Bihar School of Yoga, India.

She has authored and edited several academic books, including From Feminity to Divinity: Andal and Akka Mahadevi, Reconstructing Devotion through Narada Bhakti Sutra, and Literary Aesthetics and Conflict Studies. Three collections of her poetry have been published, including Whispers at the Ganga Ghat (2014), Sun Ri Sakhi (2009), and Amaltas.

She works as an Associate Professor at the Dept. of English, Dayal Singh College, University of Delhi.

henry krishna

Henry Krishna is a musician, sharing his musical expressions of the joys of union through sound and song under the banner of “OmniBlossom.” This term is used to describe a particular aspect of divinity that is the continuous driving force working to bring every atom in creation to the fullest expression of its own nature. OmniBlossom can be best experienced as sound emerging from silence in the present moment.


Kalpana is a physician from Dehradun. Her search took her to explore mind-body medicine and higher levels of consciousness. She completed a course titled, “The Science of Well-Being,” from Yale University, as well as two other courses, “Safe Motherhood Fellowship” and “Health System Decentralization,” from WHO and Harvard University. She is a regular practitioner of yoga and meditation, supporting others through her powerful techniques. She teaches integrative mind-body medicine at a medical institute in India.


Cindy Carey is a performing arts teacher, director, composer, and musician. A spiritual seeker since birth, Cindy discovered Nada Yoga through Jivasu. She chants with the intent to heal the mind-body and send good energy into the world.

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