Sundari Malcolm was raised by her Yoga loving parents, between Harlem, NY and Yogaville, an ashram in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
At 27 she lost her mother to Breast Cancer and at 31 years old Sundari lost her father to Brain Cancer.
After their death, and her years as their Caregiver, Sundari decided to leave a successful career in Public Relations and follow her passion for all things Wellness.
She has since traveled the world teaching Hatha Yoga, Yoga for the Special Child, Prenatal Yoga, Post Labor Yoga, Yoga for Cancer, Yoga for Grief, Yoga Nidra and Meditation. She is an ERYT-500 level teacher and a Yoga Teacher Trainer.
Outside of Yoga, Sundari is a birth and death Doula who believes that the transitions of life deserve humor, unwavering support and grace. She offers this support to the individual, family and within the Corporate sector.
She works as the Director of BIPOC Wellbeing for The Dinner Party, a non-profit organization dedicated to those in their 20’s and 30’s who have suffered significant loss.
Sundari recently spent the last 2 years traveling around the United States and Canada, in a converted School Bus named Eula Mae, learning all she could about this country, and how racial injustice presents itself state by state.
She is the host of The Collective Reset podcast where you can find her chatting with her friends about designing a life Post Pandemic. And has JUST relocated to the island of Cuaraco to return back to her ancestral island roots.