Krishnananda and Amana met originally in India where they were both living in the commune of the enlightened master, Osho. They have been a couple since 1993 and in 1995 created the Learning Love Institute.
Their passion in developing this work is to teach what they have learned through their own inner journey and from being together for many years.
The main focus of their work is to inspire others to live a life full of love, creativity and inner silence.
They have trained teachers all over the world who are offering the Learning Love Work in seminars, individual and couple sessions.
Krishnananda is trained as a psychiatrist with degrees from Harvard and the University of California and began leading seminars in the early 1980s.
Amana has trained in Non-Violent communication, Inner Child Work, Counseling, Light Puncture and Cranio-Sacral Balancing. Over the years she has developed her own unique style of working with people that integrates intuitive perception and meditation.
They have written seven books describing their work and experiences; “Face to Face with Fear”, “Stepping Out of Fear”,
“From Fantasy Trust to Real Trust” and “When Sex Become Intimate.”
Most recently they have created The Learning Love Handbook Series, which are handbooks with exercises and guided meditations.
Volume 2: Healing Shame and Shock
Volume 3: Living with Passion.
Volume 4: Making Love Work is currently in the process of being written.
The books are translated into 11 languages. Get an overview of their published books -> HERE <-
When not leading workshops around the world, they are based in Sedona, Arizona.