Khushdilben Chokshi started out in her business, Aum Yoga and Ayurveda Clinic, in September 2014. Wanting to share the expertise she has gained over 20 years as a practitioner, Khushdilben offers people the chance to achieve balance in their lives by combining two practices: Yoga and Ayurveda. Yoga is the traditional spiritual science of India, explains Khushdilben and Ayurveda is the Indian holistic system based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a balance between the mind, body, and spirit. Combining the two, she says, gives a deep understanding about an individual and creates self-awareness.

Health and well-being are Khushdilben’s passions, and she came to Australia from Gujarat in India in order to build her business. Aum Yoga and Ayurveda Clinic enables her to teach people how to live a disease-free lifestyle by using the principles of Ayurveda, how to be spiritually uplifted by the practice of traditional yoga, and how to achieve emotional balance by detox therapy (panchkarma). As well, she provides lifestyle management by offering retreats.
Khushdilben prides herself on her ability to relate to a diverse range of people, especially migrants like herself. “As everyone is different, I provide one on one, face to face, or an online consultation before starting any therapy or yoga session,” she explains.

Khushdilben says Sister Tribe provides an environment which is warm, caring and full of love. “I would love to help other Sisters like me in the Tribe to find and feel uplifted themselves,” she says.