I was very fascinated by Indian culture since I was young. I was first trained as a Sivananda Yoga Teacher with Swami Govindananda Saraswati and later discovered Ashtanga in Mysore with Ajay Kumar. For many winters, I studied Sanskrit, Yoga Philosophy and Chanting with Dr. M.A. Jayashree and Prof. M.A. Narasimhan, while practicing yoga daily in Mysore, India.

In 2017, I studied Thai Yoga Massage at the Sunshine School, Chiang Mai, Thailand, and later also participated in many of the advanced training modules. Since then I have been practicing massage as a profession. In my bodywork, I incorporate my later interest and study in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Qi Gong, Esalen Massage and Somatic Practices (mostly with Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen's Body Mind Centering and lots of Feldenkrais ATM by myself).

Yoga and Massage bought me to be interested in examining human body and touch. Inspired by Chögyam Trungpa's book Dharma Art, I was exploring a dance/yoga education and practice with the principle of radical non-violence(ahimsa). Independent from competition-based dance institutions and companies, I initiated my own dance education exploring a wide range of dance classes in Berlin and around the world, this nearly 2 years full-time practice later developed into 1000 hours contemplative studio hours dancing and researching on my own, reading dance history and translating, performance watching, as well as writing practices.

My dance was very much influenced by the questions asked by the Judson-era pioneers such as Steve Paxton, Barbara Dilley and Deborah Hay, as well as Nancy Stark Smith and Lisa Nelson. I am interested in dance as a contemplative practice, a journey of inquiry to know the Self, uncovering layers and depths of being in relationship and in the world, it's about embodiment, asking questions and research.

I taught Contact Improvisation, Yoga and Somatic Practices at the Dance Department of Jachie Chan Movie and Media College in China, directed by Yin Mei, as well as Touch Festival in Beijing, I am also the co-founder of Dali Contact Improvisation Festival.

I am also a translator and writer. I am interested in languages. Body is my first language, Chinese is the second, English is the third, I also speak some Arabic and German.

I currently live in Berlin, offering bodywork sessions and teaching Contact Improvisation.