Nadia Gilani is a London born Pakistani writer and yoga teacher. After starting life out as a blogger and music reviewer, Nadia was short-listed for the Vogue Talent Contest for Young Writers in 2001. She later trained as a hard news journalist working on local papers before moving onto national titles. Nadia’s writing has appeared in: Metro, MailOnline, The Independent, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Huffington Post, Dazed and Confused and more. Having covered several elections and written dozens of front pages, Nadia left news desks to work as a communications manager at petition’s website Change.org and crowdfunding platform GoFundMe. She teaches yoga classes for the public as well as corporate groups and leads trauma-informed classes for refugees through a charity.
She is currently working on a book of non-fiction.