From India, Chavi Bansal’s early dance training was in Bharatnatyam, Bollywood, Martial Arts( Kalaripayatt), and Indian Contemporary dance. Craving a broader dance vocabulary, Chavi moved to the Netherlands,where she earned her B.A. in Dance with a specialization in Choreography. In 2010, Chavi founded her company, Vimoksha, or “Liberation” in Sanskrit. Using a base of Indian classical movement and western modern technique, Chavi’s work is developed largely through improvisation. At its heart, regardless of the form, the practice is focused on three areas: self-inquiry, stillness, and connection.Since moving to Boston in 2014, Vimoksha has found a company of Boston-based dancers. Chavi's Work have been presented By university of Stavanger ( Norway), Danstalier’s ( Rotterdam, NL), Mundial festival ( Netherlands ), Boston Center for the arts (Boston), Dance Complex (Cambridge,USA), India Habitat Center ( India), Omi International arts Center (NY). Bansal is constantly trying to bring dance to different communities in Boston, for which Vimoksha runs a sister company Moving stories and work with kids of Roxbury tenants of Harvard, to bring art to communities who generally do not have access. Chavi's work has been supported by Boston Foundation, New England Foundation for the Arts, Massachusetts cultural council, Cambridge Arts council, Boston Center for the arts, Fidelity Charitable made possible by James sprigg and The Dance Complex.