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Conscious Empowering Graphic Design

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LOGO CREATRIX,  GPRAHIC DESIGNER & BALINESE YOGA PRANALA TEACHER

Welcome to my virtual home!

I have been a graphic designer for more than 10 years and I have been practicing and studying Yoga since 2013. After moving in Rishikesh in 2016 i felt to bring my two passions together and started to work exclusively with conscious entrepreneurs. 

In this time I have developed an unique process to create logos that brings out the Nectar (Amrit) of the logo in surprising way, full of Grace and since 2020 I focus mainly on logo design. 

Since 2019 I also started teaching Balinese Yoga Pranala classes online.

I feel blessed to be able to blend both my passions together and i feel guided in my work. 

This is my Dharma, my heart’s passion and calling. 

Why work with me

We speak the same language. Apart from the design experience, I have the knowledge, understanding and eight years of experience in Yoga and more into my own inner journey. I have studied different spiritual traditions and have an open vision to understand any project that brings people closer to their inner truth. 

I use subtle meanings and  make connections that are recognisable only to those on their inner journey, no matter the tradition of religion. I have the knowledge about the concepts and direct experience, going deeply into the real substance of the topic.

I hear you – I communicate with you until I understand what you need. I work with devotion and with deep presence, together with you

The one – Taking the nectar out of the concept and transform it into the best translation through design. I make sure the end result is the one for you and your project. 

Intuitive Design – I am grounded and very practical in what I design, very keen on detail. In the same time I follow my intuition, following where I am being guided and designing in accord with the client’s inner vision. 

Why Amritae?

In the Indian spiritual traditions, Amrita (अमृत), in Sanskrit means the Divine Nectar of the Gods, as Ambrosia in the Greek mythology,  that offers Immortality to the sages that drink it.

 

The well known legend has it that the churning of the ocean by opposing forces of duality produced several essences. Amrita is one of the essences.

This legend is depicted on the walls of Neelkanth Temple, dedicated to an aspect of lord Shiva called Neelkanth and it resides 30 km from my home in Rishikesh, India.  

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