About - Padma Coram
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I am a meditation and wellness specialist working globally with clients via telephone and Skype, and in person as a consultant in Belgravia, Mayfair and Harley Street. 

 

My clients are ambitious global thinkers and leaders whose work impacts many lives, and they all inspire to the same thing: to find their best selves.

 

I’ve worked with people from all aspects of life including global A-list stars, royal families and politicians and have learned that no matter who you are or where you’re from, the power of a spiritual and holistic lifestyle is invaluable.

 

Spirituality was part of my upbringing and my heritage. For me, it was a way of thinking that I had always known.

 

But things started to change when I worked with Mother Teresa personally in 1996. It was life transforming.

 

I was working with MTV (currently known as channel V) and running my own events and entertainment business, and she taught me that if you focus on what is truly important, everything else will fall into place. That is the mantra that I continue to embrace and live by.

 

Mother Theresa aspired me to re-assess my life and embrace wellness as a profession.

 

At that point I also run my own entertainment company which produced and promoted artists from Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and ranging from charity awards to pioneer best female entrepreneur. I am currently nominated in super 100 women achiever from India and the Middle East.

My maternal grandfather’s family belong to

the devout Swami Sivananda of the Sivananda yoga fame, one first pioneers of meditation and yoga worldwide.

I have handled over 6000 projects, which included celebrities such as Elton John, Rod Stewart, UB40, Naomi Campbell, Gwen Stefani, Coolio as well as a number of politicians.

I have since observed & learned from all walks of life, including Mother Theresa, Deepak Chopra, Hillary Clinton, Louise Hay, Dr Wayne Dyer and Marianne Williamson, to name a few.