With nearly 15 years of experience as an artist, facilitator and therapist, Pallavi has had the opportunity to work in various schools, special needs centers, arts collectives, charities, Non-Governmental Organizations and hospital settings in India and the UK. She received the Charles Wallace India Scholarship Award in 2015 and completed her training in Drama and Movement Therapy at London in 2017. She was certified as an Arts-Based therapist by WCCLF at Pune in 2012.
Pallavi is passionate about using the arts with children of all ages. She uses art-forms – drama, movement and visual arts to facilitate creative processes in education as well as psycho-social interventions and compassion-based interventions. She currently works in Bangalore. Her practice draws inspiration from the philosophies of drama pedagogue – Peter Brook, Peter Slade, Augusto Boal and Grotowski; psychoanalyst C. G. Jung, Rudolph Laban, dramatherapists Sue Jennings and Billy Lindkvist, and the philosophies of Buddhism.