TSP inspires positive change in the faces of adversity through transformative movement and self-care practices that restore vitality and cultivate joy. The work of TSP encourages people to return to the body as the common denominator, and to find the heart-to heart human connection across social and cultural divides. Not a cure—a doorway. We hold the vision of rediscovery, a renewed sense of healing and zest for life.
To say Zuleikha is a humanitarian is limiting, since her compassion and commitment to making others feel better pushes her to break sociocultural boundaries and enter spaces and situations that are normally daunting—into the lives and homes of the destitute, abused, and terminally ill.
As the founder and director of TSP, she’s traveled the world to provide her special brand of mind-body practices to those in need: tsunami survivors in Sri Lanka; victims of domestic abuse in New Mexico; sex workers in Calcutta, cancer survivors and slum dwelling women in Delhi. In each setting, she introduces her transformative self-care program to men, women and children.