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Meet Yoga Teacher And Ahimsa Practitioner Laura Munday

What type of yoga do you teach?

Hatha, vinyasa, restorative, sivananda

Do you teach at a studio?

Yes

Which studios?

Leo gym and Aylesbury Yoga Centre

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

Anywhere! That’s what I love about Yoga, it can be practiced anywhere! I do love practicing outside though.

What do you like the most about practicing there?

I love feeling the Earth beneath my feet, the grass between my toes. This really helps me feel grounded and calm. I love breathing in the fresh air and feeling the breeze on my skin. It just makes me feel so alive!

Ahimsa

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

I try and bring the 8 limbs of Yoga into my everyday life. Just a few examples; Practicing ahimsa (non – violence) not only to others but to myself. Speaking kind words, sending out kind gestures. Practicing Santosha (contentment) by practicing daily gratitude and embracing all that I have. – just a few examples.
I also work with my breath.. all the time! In so many different situations. The breath is an extremely powerful tool.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

I don’t spend enough time with my extended family (aunts, uncles, cousins) as I should. I think if the world ended tomorrow I would have a family reunion and spend my last night with them, reminicing on old times, sharing good laughs, tears and love.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

I’d say go for it!! What is stopping you?
Yoga is for absolutely everyone. No matter what age, gender, shape, weight.. ANYONE can practice yoga. 
I often hear.. ‘I’m not flexible or strong enough’ – and that is even more reason to give it a go! With a yoga practice, over time you will develop both strength and flexibility, but the amazing thing is.. is that this won’t just be in the body, but also in the mind.

Where else can we find you?

Instagram and Facebook : @lauralouiseyoga


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Meet Metal Class Yoga Teacher Laura Orso!

What type of yoga do you teach?

Vinyasa and Yin

Which studio/s do you teach at?

I sub at 3 Oms and teach regularly at Flow Motion, Coreworks, Bellingham Fitness, Fitness Evolution, and the YMCA.

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

3 Oms

What do you like the most about practicing there?

Quality of teachers, community and spiritual vibe, long standing roots in the local yoga community.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

The most probably remembering to breathe. I have anxiety so I try very hard to stay in tune with what I’m doing, mainly my breath.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

Go skinny dipping in the lake.

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

During my certification we had the opportunity to teach some community classes at a studio. My first class I felt like I did horrible but I didn’t let it dissuade me.

What is your favorite food?

Pasta

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Flying Pigeon

What inspires you to teach yoga?

It’s helped me so much in so many ways. Physically with back pain, mentally with anxiety, and opening me up more spiritually. I hope to help people in anyway I can, even if it’s just a little bit.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Bali

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Probably when I was spotting a student going from flip dog into wheel and I totally failed and they hit their head. She was fine and laughed it off but I was mortified.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Try it! And try different kinds. You may like flow classes, or maybe more stationary like iyengar. Or you want something to make you sweat or you want to hold some yin postures for a while. Give it an open mind and an honest try.

What music are you jamming to right now?

I teach a Metal Yoga class a couple times a month so building those playlists has been really fun. Loving Monolord and Pallbearer right now.

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Seeing my students progress. Not just physically in postures but mentally and emotionally.

Where else can we find you?

Website- lauraorsoyoga.com

IG – @lolobearleo

Facebook – lauraorsoyoga

Anything else you would like to add?

Thank you for taking this time to learn about me :).


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Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Tyra Prosser

What type of yoga do you teach?

Astanga, Power Vinyasa, Yoga Therapy, Hot and Restorative

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

Anywhere outdoors, that does not have many mosquitoes.

What do you like the most about practicing there?

My favorite thing about practicing in nature is that you connect more to your surroundings and it’s a good reminder that we need to stay grateful for this beautiful Earth we live on.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

I am constantly talking to myself. I give myself little pep talks or carry a mantra whenever I feel off balance and need to re-grounded. I try every day to pick up at least 3 pieces of trash, try to help anyone who needs help when I pass by, and practice more in my bliss body (which means being happy! smiling while I practice and bringing joy into all that I do!)

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

Call or fly everyone I could out to have one more big celebration. And there would be cake!

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

The first time I taught I was all over the place. I was doing great at the beginning and then my ego took over. I forgot half of the class and then just started to circle back to what we already did. The best part of the class was that no one knew I “messed up.” It came with time and practice to be where I am today.

What is your favorite food?

Anything Mediterranean

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Mountain pose (with a big smile!)

What inspires you to teach yoga?

My inspiration for teaching is my students. When I can bring a smile to someone who isn’t having a great day or teach them something new in their practice, it’s so rewarding.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Maldives, Morocco, Mediterranean, Australia and Amsterdam

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Where to begin… I have fallen so many times on my face trying to show my students how to get into a certain pose. I had the opportunity to lead a power class where I dressed up in a long blonde wig for a hairband theme class. Little did I know some students in my class are in a very famous rock band. My whole goal in teaching is making everyone feel welcome and get a little silly when we start taking ourselves to seriously.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Bend your knees and breathe! We all have to start somewhere and flexibility is not the main purpose of movement in pranayama.

What music are you jamming to right now?

Childish Gambino

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

The most rewarding thing about being a teacher is seeing my students grow in their practice. I love when they take something that I have said and quote it back to me a few weeks later.

Where else can we find you?

You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and onthematwithTyra.com

Anything else you would like to add?

Do not give up. You might have gone to a class or practiced a style of yoga that was not to your liking. But don’t give up. Try on another style or teacher. Surround yourself with only positive thoughts when you are practicing and laugh at yourself when you “hiccup” in class.


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Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Patrick McConnell

What type of yoga do you teach?

Hatha, vinyasa

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

The beach!

What do you like the most about practicing there?

The tranquility of it all. The sand between my toes. The harmony between land and sea. The hypnotic repetition of waves rolling through. There’s nothing more peaceful than a sunrise or sunset yoga session on a quiet beach!

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

My spiritual practice is just as important as my physical practice. I aim to implement unity, respect, equality, understanding, compassion, patience, empathy and love for all beings (to list a few) in my day-to-day actions. Whether it be living a vegan lifestyle, supporting a friend in need, or helping a stranger, I’ve found that there is a positive correlation between how I react to the world and how it reacts to me. Regardless of what kind of day I’m having, I’m always in control of my own smile!

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

I would indulge in my closest friends and family. If I could spend the last minutes with all of them, laughing, crying, sitting in silence…I’d be a happy man.

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

Seeing as how I just completed my 200 hour TTC, I’ve only taught one class, but man was it amazing! My students told me the class was both inspirational and incredible (brought tears to my eyes) partly due to my confidence, but also because I’m living proof that you don’t have to be naturally flexible to enjoy yoga. I’ll never forget the feeling of weightlessness I carried afterwards! I’m hooked and can’t wait to dig deeper into my teachings.

What is your favorite food?

Favorite food has to be a hearty, green smoothie!

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

I’d pose in downward dog with the camera shooting between my legs and capturing my big, goofy smile. I’ve found that people get so wrapped up in treating yoga as a competition that they often forget to laugh and have fun during their practice! Hopefully this picture would embody my work hard, play hard attitude.

What inspires you to teach yoga?

I have many inspirations for teaching yoga, but the feeling of making a positive impact on people’s lives is more than enough for me. If I can help others tweak their daily routines to incorporate more awareness towards their health, their self, and eventually the world, I will have a lived a life fulfilled!

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I would teach yoga in Byron Bay, Australia. It’s where I was first introduced to the practice, and I can see why so many teachers flock to this beachside paradise. With the ocean and forest only separated by a small town filled with tasty vegan eateries, it honestly is the perfect place to teach.

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Probably farting in class hahaha. Those abdominal twists really get my stomach churning and there have been a few times where I just can’t hold it in! Luckily, it makes everyone laugh, so no one (hopefully) is harmed in the process.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Give it a shot! I used to be in your shoes! I used to think yoga was for wimps until some friends convinced me to go to a bikram class. With a lifetime of knee problems and inflexibility, I quickly realized that I had A LOT of work to do on my body and that this could be a lifelong long practice. I also had never felt so good after “exercise” despite playing sports, lifting, surfing and hiking my whole life. You never know, it just might change your life like it did mine!!

What music are you jamming to right now?

Odesza, Andrew Bird, and Tycho to name a few!

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

The biggest reward for me has been receiving feedback that I inspire my students and friends to try something they might not be comfortable with. It’s my dream to help people realize their full potential and teaching yoga is a perfect outlet to make that happen!

Where else can we find you?

Find me on Instagram @travelmanpat

Anything else you would like to add?

The main message I want to get across is that it’s never too late to start something you might be interested in, and don’t get discouraged if you’re not perfect from the start. Everyone was a beginner at some point of their life, but if you quit before you give it a go, you’ll never know where the adventure might have taken you!


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Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Amie Meleshkewich

What type of yoga do you teach?

Power Vinyasa Flow

Which studio/s?

Flow to Fit Yoga, Southbury CT

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

In the Flow to Fit Studio, Southbury CT

What do you like the most about practicing there?

It’s like my second home. I feel very safe and comfortable there.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

My mother has recently been diagnosed with cancer. My yoga practice has helped me deal with the stress of being the primary caregiver and to better handle this roller coaster ride of ups and downs with out losing my center. Practicing staying positive and present at all times has been a saving grace for me and for my mom.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

I’d sleep outside and star gaze with my family. We’d talk and laugh about all the fun things we’ve done and places we’ve been until the sun came up.

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

It was a free class to the public at the end of my 200hr YTT course. I was a nervous mess but I pulled it off!

Chocolate or Vanilla?

Chocolate (dark)

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Grasshopper

What inspires you to teach yoga?

Stressed out people. I know yoga can help them feel better, be less stressed and therefore be better people. Better people make the world better!

My favorite quote “yoga starts at the heart, spreads through your body, then to your family and friends and then to the whole world” – Mark Whitwell

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I would like to teach yoga everywhere! I love to travel, my dream is to teach workshops all over the world someday.

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

I don’t really get embarrassed. I’ve made tons of mistakes teaching but I usually just laugh at myself, I don’t take any of it too seriously!

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

I tell everyone they should practice yoga. There is not a single person in the world that doesn’t stand to gain something from yoga. Not one.

What music are you jamming to right now?

EDM. Always. Not for my yoga classes though!

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Leading my first 200RYT training this year and watching my students teach their first classes to the public. They all did incredible and I was so proud of them!

Where else can we find you?

Facebook – Flow To Fit Yoga
IG – @flow_to_fit_yoga
YouTube – Flow To Fit Yoga


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Yogi Tones Featured Yoga Teacher – Macy Graham

What type of yoga do you teach?

Hatha

Which studio?

hungryoga.com and Hungryoga at Ascent Therapy Clinic

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

In my yoga room at home.

What do you like the most about practicing there?

It’s comfortable and convenient.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

Yoga brings awareness to my every day off the mat. It has allowed me to eat slowly and mindfully. I’m able to take deep breaths in challenging situations. I practice cleanliness, discipline, compassion, and living in the moment in my every day life. I’m better able to protect my energy, set strong boundaries, and follow my heart in my life because of the yoga practice.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

I’d go skydiving with my husband.

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

I started teaching right after I received my certification in my hometown Atwood, Kansas. The local massage therapist let me teach donation based classed there for a few months. It was the perfect opportunity to jump into teaching with my training so fresh. I loved it.

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Dancer

What inspires you to teach yoga?

Yoga was the tool that pulled me out of a major depression, binge eating, and coping with alcohol. My darkness has truly became my light, and I’m so inspired to guide people along their own journey towards self-realization and creating a lifestyle they love.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Bali

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Well people fart in my classes all the time… hahaha! So I get embarrassed for them. As a teacher I remember being really embarrassed to speak my voice in teacher training.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Just do it. Give it a chance. Try different styles of yoga and see which one speaks to you. Also, find your teacher. Having a strong connection with your teacher is everything!

What music are you jamming to right now?

Izzy Bizu “White Tiger”

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Helping people out of pain. I run a wellness program out of a physical therapy clinic so most of my private yoga clients are going through rehab or transitioning out of it. Seeing them feel relief after every session is pure joy. I also love teaching online and have created the Beginner’s Yoga Online Course and the Chair Yoga Online Course on hungryoga.com. It’s been awesome connecting with people around the world, and even back in my hometown. Through my private coaching programs I help women stop binge eating by teaching them mindfulness and the practice of slowing down. It’s all such beautiful work.

Where else can we find you?

You can find me at http://www.hungryoga.com, and on Instagram, Facebook, and Youtube under @hungryoga.

Anything else you would like to add?

Yoga is something that I take off the mat. It has allowed me to let go of things that no longer serve me. The practice of yoga is how I re-learned how to be myself, and how I stay connected to my purpose. The deeper meaning behind @hungryoga is that “hungry” and “yoga” really do share my “y” or my “WHY”. The reason why I even have this account, this brand, this movement, is to help people to stay hungry for life. I have lived the struggle of hating on my body and not trusting my decisions around food. I have been in that shitty job that doesn’t allow freedom. I have felt like the victim to the reality I was creating. I have also done a complete 180 in my life where now I absolutely LOVE food and trust myself fully around the decision to eat whatever I want. I ADORE my job as a yoga teacher, mind body eating coach, and lifestyle designer. I HAVE the freedom I always desired. My “why” runs so deep within me to help other women do and feel the way they want to feel, and live the way they want to live. @hungryoga is my dharma.


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Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Charlene Hammersen

What type of yoga do you teach?

Hatha Vinyasa & Yin

Which studio?

Yonah Yoga

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

I love to practice in the woods whenever possible!

What do you like the most about practicing there?

I love being immersed in nature, so combining yoga into that environment is like a dream come true.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

I practice yoga off the mat the same way that I practice yoga on the mat… With understanding and intent. I am only human, so sometimes I get ahead of myself and fall on my face, but I get back up and try again.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

C H O C O L A T E

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

My yoga teacher training was a 5 week program, and the first weekend there, my teachers told me that I had to teach my first class the following weekend! I had to invite 8 people over to there center and teach an hour class. I only made it through about 10 minutes before I choked up and had to wave my teacher in to finish. I was SO nervous, but looking back, it was one of the best things for me. It taught me a lot of confidence.

Chocolate or Vanilla?

Chocolate! Duh!

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Tree Pose

What inspires you to teach yoga?

The possibility of sharing what the yoga practice does for me on a daily basis.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Probably right here where I am. There is so little yoga in the area that I live in, that this is a perfect place for it.

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Probably the first time I taught a class, and couldn’t finish because I totally spaced out.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

The hardest part is getting there.

What music are you jamming to right now?

Deep Blue Sea – Grizzly Bear

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

When I see people roll out of Savasana, and seeing a little more peace in their eyes then when they walked in.

Where else can we find you?

Sautee Studio, Cleveland MMA & CeNita Winery.

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Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Darek Oktaba

What type of yoga do you teach?

Hatha

Do you teach at a studio?

Yes

Which studio/s?

Every Body Yoga (Santee, CA) & Kula (Chula Vista, CA)

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

Lifetime Fitness (Schaumburg, IL)

What do you like the most about practicing there?

Floors, Mirrors, Lights, Heaters!

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

So many hours on the mat that no time left for “off the mat”. Living green’ish and enjoying little things.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

Indulge? Haven’t thought of that one. Need to create “indulge list” instead of “bucket list”. Haha.

Chocolate or Vanilla?

Both

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

Something calm. Something from back bend category.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Kyoto

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Nothing extreme happened. Mixing left side with right doesn’t count.

Waffles or Pancakes?

Waffles

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Come to my class.

What music are you jamming to right now?

Grunge

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Feedback(s)

Where else can we find you?

I am active on Instagram as @thesunwatcher. The feed is not 100% yoga oriented. I figured until I have my own studio I stay off-line. Maybe I should change that thinking…

Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Michael Caldwell

 What type of yoga do you teach?

Fun filled, alignment based, Vinyasa Flow

 Which studio/s?

Yoga One

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

Anywhere there is enough space to spread out and kick up into a handstand.

What do you like the most about practicing there?

When there is sufficient external space, I can focus within.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

For me, practicing yoga off the mat is the same as practicing on the mat. It’s definitely a practice and not perfect.
I try to remain as mindful as possible in the present moment. I try to be my best self as often as possible. I try not to push beyond my edge and rest when I’m tired. I try to laugh often, maintain a sense of humor and not take myself to seriously. I try to remember to breathe, particularly when stressed. I try to maintain alignment. The Yamas and Niyamas are a good resource.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

Hugging my loved ones. Sharing memories. Telling silly jokes.

Chocolate or Vanilla?

Vanilla

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

My wife has been on the cover of Yoga Journal twice. So I suppose I would strike the pouting pose since they took so long to ask me.

What inspires you to teach yoga?

Moving, grooving, meditating, breathing, centering, connecting and being with others in the present moment is so rewarding and inspirational. I always feel better after teaching or practicing.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

I love the vibe at Yoga One. Tahiti sounds nice.

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Once early in my surfing experience, I paddled out in the morning before yoga class and got tossed head over heels by the waves. I went through what my friend calls “the rinse cycle.” Lots of water got in my nose. Fortunately the same friend warned me that later in the day I might have a flush of water from my nose. He was right. Just as we began class and were centering, a gush of water poured out of my nose. Fortunately, the students had their eyes closed and there was a box of tissues nearby. Thanks to my friend Rich for the heads up. Otherwise it could have been even more alarming.

Waffles or Pancakes?

Pancakes

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Try to engage your core and stand on the fence with just one leg, with your eyes closed, arms extended to the Universe, deep steady breaths in and out through the nose, mind rooted in the present, observing the arising and passing of sensation in the body while love warms your heart. If you can do that while on the fence, you probably don’t need to practice, you’re already there. If you can’t do that, get off the fence and give yoga a try. There is such a wide variety of yoga to choose from there is bound to be something you enjoy and which will provide benefit.

What music are you jamming to right now?

So much good music!

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Helping people to be happier and healthier is super rewarding. Each class is a celebration of life. I love that.

Where else can we find you?

http://www.yogaonesandiego.com/
https://www.instagram.com/yogaonesandiego/
https://www.facebook.com/yogaonesandiego/
http://www.yogaonesandiego.com/yoga-teacher-training

Yogi Tones Featured Teacher – Santha Krishnasamy

 What type of yoga do you teach?

Kids, Youth, Hatha, Gentle flow and mostly sustainable yoga. Love to teach Prenatal.

Where is your favorite place to practice yoga?

Mountains and in the trails.

What do you like the most about practicing there?

Fresh air, mindfulness for balance and beyond breeze practicing deep into yourself.

How do you practice yoga off the mat?

Constant awareness of body sensation before any kind of emotions trigger. Yoga off mat helps me explore that little space thats available in our freedom between action and reaction. Yoga off the mat is my most favourite one as this helps me one day at a time to reach Equanimity.

The world ends tomorrow. What would you indulge in tonight?

Serving a client at my tech startup Serve a yoga entrepreneur with my start up AudSPer Teaching a class of sustainable yoga and practicing on my arm balances. Every day is a new day.

What was your first experience as a yoga teacher?

Immense happiness when I was given an opportunity to share what I learnt over several years.

Imagine you’re on the cover of Yoga Journal. What pose would you strike?

A calm Sukhasana

What inspires you to teach yoga?

When I realized framework of our body is the perfect tool to make ourselves better human and we don’t need to look for something outside within that framework. 

I have been practicing yoga since I am 6 years old. After my multiple disc prolapses, fused spinal cords and knee rehabilitations at an younger age, my yoga practice took a tremendous change to suit my body needs and over the period of time in my own self practice, I realized that practicing yoga is very unique for each individual and the poses cannot be written on a paper as every body is designed different and so every individual practice is unique, that’s exactly when I was inspired to teach sustainable yoga.

Being a technologists, when I indulge in my deep passion towards yoga I find a way to balance between two integral part of life between the craziness and calmness and this is what I want to spread across the world, technology and yoga can make everyone’s life better from here.

If you could teach yoga anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Makes no difference, every place is a unique experience.

What has been your most embarrassing yoga moment as a teacher or practitioner?

Sometimes when I miss to mirror.

What would you say to someone who is on the fence about practicing yoga?

Talk to them to understand from their perception and help them move out of the obstacle.

What has been the most rewarding thing about being a teaching yoga?

Practice my own yoga better, win-win.

Where else can we find you?

http://www.yogaillam.ca
https://audsper.com (founder)
https://innovills.com (co-founder)
Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/in/santhakrishnasamy/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audsper/