who am I ?

Ishita Sharma serves as a mirror, mentor and facilitator to visionaries and change-agents who work to better the world, starting with themselves.


Ishita brings 10+ years of corporate experience, life-long contemplative practice and a rich healing journey to her work. Her mission is to realize a world that lives, loves and leads from awakened awareness. Come to Center is fueled by her commitment to deepening and sharing the freedom she has realized by living the way of being she teaches.

Clients come to her to work through their biggest challenges, existential questions and deepest wounds while being held in their perfect wholeness. They include multinationals, non-profits, executives, spiritual seekers, coaches, therapists, scientists and creatives alike. She points every one of them back to their center.

Ishita draws on her unique ability to attune to her clients’ nervous systems, guiding inner confusion and disharmony into somatic, cognitive, emotional and relational clarity and coherence. 

Her principled approach to transformational work is fierce, incisive and grounded in spacious, loving connection. It invites inquiry at the level of action, belief and identity to reveal and heal the core of deep rooted personal and systemic patterns. It holds awakening and healing as inseparable aspects of human development.

Ishita has coached Silicon Valley executives and visionaries across the world, consulted in companies including Brightsphere, Acadian Asset Management, Perkins + Will, Brandeis University to increase their capacity for effective action and joy. She regularly leads transformational workshops around the US.

A modern mystic, Ishita deftly weaves eastern wisdom into western paradigms. Her process is informed by her own spiritual roots and inner journey. It integrates modern neuroscience, western somatic psychology, relational and organizational dynamics and ageless wisdom. 

She is certified in Core Energetics (somatic psychotherapy), Reiki and facilitates VIEW workshops. Outside of leading people in Open Meditation, her own way of awareness and embodied inquiry, she draws on the world’s great healing and wisdom traditions to best match clients’ current needs.

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