Kamalamani is an author, Body Psychotherapist, supervisor, facilitator, trainer, and author living and working in Bristol, England. As well as book-writing, she writes a regular column for 'Somatic Psychotherapy Today' and is former editor of 'Transformations', a publication of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility (PCSR), and a former steering group member. Her articles have appeared in 'Therapy Today' journal of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), 'Self and Society', the International journal for Humanistic Psychology, 'Transformations' the journal of Psychotherapists and Counsellors for Social Responsibility, and 'Indra's Net', journal of the Network of Engaged Buddhists.
Kamalamani has been practising Buddhism since her early 20s. She enjoys meditating and facilitating Buddhist study and practice, particularly in the areas of ecodharma and the ecopsychology, applying age-old practices to contemporary life and work. Prior to training as a therapist she worked with small and micro enterprises on sustainable development projects throughout sub-Saharan Africa and Asia. In parallel she lectured at the Universities of Bristol and Gloucestershire and worked as a family business trainer and facilitator, working with families going through transitions. She continues to work with her brother in their family business in Somerset.