Resident Yoga Teacher

Brief info

Krishnapriya grew up in Charleston, South Carolina (USA) and now resides in The Netherlands. She graduated from the College of Charleston (Charleston, South Carolina) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Performance.
Notably, in 1992 she toured the U.S. in the 25th Anniversary production of the Broadway show, HAIR. She has performed internationally as a singer and has recorded 5 blues and jazz CDs. In 2009, she founded and is the Chairwoman of The Dutch Blues Foundation, a not for profit volunteer-run organization that supports blues music and musicians in The Netherlands. The foundation has launched initiatives such as The Dutch Blues Challenge, the yearly Dutch Blues Awards, the Dutch Blues Hall of Fame and Blues in the Schools. In April 2020, the Dutch Blues Foundation will host the European Blues Challenge in The Netherlands.

“When I was a child, I knew only that I was in love with God. I didn’t know this was called Bhakti. I can honestly say, my only desire was to be able to have a relationship with the Divine. That was and continues to be the driving force in my life. As I have grown, my own understanding of who I am has changed and evolved. My original desire, however, remains the same. I know my dharma is to serve and help people awaken to their True Divine Nature by encouraging them to foster their own inner connection”.

In 2012, Krishnapriya began hosting About Oneness, a weekly radio program focused on celebrating the ongoing conscious awakening of our planet and the realization of Oneness. Krishnapriya has been featured in several docu-series and radio programs such as The Kevin Moore Show, They Call us Channeler’s, and the upcoming Gaia TV show, Interview with E.D., to be released March 2020.

Krishnapriya is a certified sacred sound, mantra and nada yoga teacher. As a devoted student of Anandra George, she is continuing her exploration of the Heart of Sound and immersing herself deeper into Bhakti and service.