Michelle is constantly striving to raise awareness of yoga and make it accessible to everyone. She engages with and supports decision-makers from the diplomatic community, the International Organizations in Geneva, businesses and community groups.


First row, left to right: With Director General of United Nations, Geneva, Michael Møller, Yoga sessions in the United Nations and at the Red Cross Museum. 

Second row: With Ambassador Rajiv Chander, Ambassador Sibi George, Ambasasdor Anjali Prasad, Ambassador Amandeep Gill. 

Third row: With Director General of World International Property Organization, Francis Gurry, at World Health Organization with Tomas Allen and Dr Reddy (Permanent Mission of India, Geneva), with Ambassador Smita Purushottam and Ambassador Ajit Kumar. 

Fourth row: With J P Nadda, Indian Minister of Health and Family Welfare, at Yoga Symposium, World Health Organization, with Dr Sumit Seth, Head of Chancery, Permanent Mission of India, Geneva, with Shri P. K. Pathak, Additional Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH, at World Health Assembly Side Meeting on Traditional and Complementary Medicine


“I would like to take this opportunity to place on record my appreciation for all your efforts at promoting yoga and meditation.” – Ambassador Anjali Prasad

There is a whole technology as to how to use our inner energies for higher possibilities. Yoga is a tool to find ultimate expression to life. Every human being must explore and know this. Otherwise, life becomes very limited and accidental. But once you start activating your inner energies, your capabilities happen in a different sphere altogether.

"Yoga is about rising to a new level of balance and competence in all aspects of life." - Sadhguru

We want to take the physical form beyond its present level of limitations. In a way, Hatha Yoga means you want to make your comfort zone universal, instead of the small band that it is right now. Wherever and however you may be, you are at ease. You can naturally achieve a chemistry of health, joy, blissfulness and above all, balance. It is a very powerful way of living. Power, not over somebody else; it’s all about power to access life.