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The founders of Chanting Yoga combine a fascinating range of international influences and inspirations spanning the arts, medicine, spirituality and traditional meditation practice.
   
Dr. JUHI GAUTAM (M.B.B.S., M.R.C.P.)  
   
has been a practitioner of pranayam and mantra meditation for over 20 years. This central theme in Juhi's life could not be more appropriate as she was born in the ancient spiritual city of Vrindavan. In recent years Juhi has pursued the vision of bringing chanting yoga into the lives of others. The other side to her life is that she qualified as a doctor in Bangalore, India. She then trained as a physician in leading teaching hospitals in Birmingham and London.
During her time of specialist training in cardiology under the guidance of Professor Gareth Beevers (of the British Heart foundation and Blood Pressure Association) and Dr. Richard Carroll (Cardiology), she observed the links between meditation and improved health. Her professional life is now dedicated to work as general practitioner in London.
   
ANA LUCIA ALVES  
has a long experience in both mantra meditation and bhakti yoga, both of which are integral to her life. She is now devoted to sharing the beauty and benefits of chanting yoga with others. She became absorbed in this sphere after a career in quite a different field; she originally studied architectural design before becoming a very successful high fashion model. Leaving her native Brazil, she worked around the world at the very top of her profession -
she was the first Brazilian model on a cover of an international fashion magazine. Ana then entered the world of films following a period of study of the dramatic arts. She lived and worked in Paris and New York before settling in London where she now works as a model, actor and producer. She just finished writing her first feature film script. On September 20th 2007, her painted portrait will be exposed at the National Portrait Gallery in London due to her involvement in Charity. Portraits of 208 of the worlds most inspirational women will be at the Gallery for the launch of a world tour of the book "Confessions to a serial womanizer" written by Zerbanoo Gifford.

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