Dilshad has intensively worked as a Movement Therapist, both in India and in the U.S. She trained at the Harkness Dance Center, New York. Some of her noted work includes “Movement Therapy for Sports” with the Indian IPL Team Rajasthan Royals (Seasons 3 and 5) and the Canadian Cricket team (during the ICC World Cup 2011). MTS™ has also been adopted by professional golfer Sharmila Nicollet. She was appointed by the ‘GoSports Foundation’ to train India’s current no. 1 Rhythmic Gymnast-Meghana Gundlapally for the World Cup preparation in 2018. She has introduced Movement Therapy to hospitals in India with a view to enhance the psychological and physical well-being of patient populations through her program, Movement for Healthcare (MFH™). She is currently pursuing her Masters in Exercise Physiology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake and has collaborated with a well-renowned company called Rhythm-India, through which she runs both her training programs. Her life's purpose is to positively impact the health related quality of life by spreading the joy of movement, exercise and dance.