I was impressed by her integrity and deep knowledge of the psychology, philosophy and the science of yoga. We continued our journey to her retreat center, Anahata. Here, the energy is palpable. I was intrigued by her knowledge of horticulture and sustainability. She was teaching the deeper aspects of yoga, which included karma yoga, the yoga of service, along with bhakti yoga, the yoga of devotion, jnana yoga, the yoga of knowledge. She also taught asana, pranayama and meditation, including yoga nidra.