who am I ?

Ishita is dedicated to living and facilitating connection, awareness and healing in individuals and organizations. A mentor, facilitator and a modern mystic, she is the founder and director of Come to Center. Ishita works at the cutting edge of personal, professional and spiritual mastery.

Her work is about wholeness- it integrates the journey towards self realization with a hearty embrace of our humanity, catalyzing transformation at the level of action, belief and identity.

Ishita works with a diverse group of clients including: conscious multinationals, startups, non-profits, CEOs, mental health professionals, scientists, spiritual seekers, designers and artists. She points every one of them back to their center.

Her approach brings together the body, mind, heart, and spirit to bring forward the fullest life in each person. As a strategist, she helps shape and nurture present, connected and energized work cultures. As a facilitator she guides healing by re-aligning deeply ingrained beliefs and behavioral patterns. Each interaction is guided by the clients’ intentions and the inner wisdom each person holds. Fierce, incisive yet deeply compassionate, it is always firmly grounded in safe, loving connection.

Ishita’s unique blend of cognitive, somatic, spiritual and scientific tools allows her to match clients with practices best suited to their current needs. She draws from her own embodied experience, contemporary neuroscience, age-old spiritual traditions, somatic and cognitive inquiry, body based psychotherapy, group relational dynamics processes and direct energetic transmission, amongst others. Ishita is certified in somatic-psychotherapy from the Institute of Core Energetics and Reiki.

Ishita left a decade long career in architecture and design to start Come to Center where her projects included the Lowell Trial Court, the Dallas Fort-Worth Airport, the Sixth-Floor Museum amongst others. She has been a traveling fellow of the AIA, a columnist for the Dallas Morning News, published as an architect, writer and photographer in various design magazines, and continues to create and explore the world as an artist.

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