Reshme, an environmental scientist by profession, started Bharatanatyam classes in KL, Malaysia at the age of 6 under the guidance of Vasuki Sivanesan and Shankar Kandasamy. She moved to Perth in 2009 where she continued her interest in dance under the tutelage of Anuradha Sutharshan and Sukhi Shetty Krishnan.
Graduating from the Temple of Fine Arts (TFA) Kuala Lumpur and Saraswati Mahavidhyalaya (SMV) Perth in 2012 with the title Nrityanjali, she has since been conducting Bala Vihar classes helping nurture the interest in dance and music of 4-5 year old. She also helps other dance teachers with their Bharatanatyam classes. Reshme has also been learning Odissi since 2007 from Sumathi Chandra and Manjula Radha Krishnan; and Kathak since 2010 from Sukhi Shetty- Krishnan. She is also learning to play the flute from Sampagodu Vighnaraja of India/Malaysia.
She has taken part in many TFA productions such as Ramayana, Swan Lake , Viswa Vinayaka and many other TFA shows, including the Swan Festival of Lights.
Amongst her goals for her students is to be able to dance as if in meditation, with the complete surrender to the art form. She wants to nurture the love and respect for dance and music in every little one that comes to her bala vihar class, so that they graduate as beautiful dancers from the Saraswati Mahavidhyalaya Institute. Dance is a beautiful journey for a dancer to go through, and Reshme would like to share that magical experience with her students.