Rakesh was born in Kerela india, from young age he has been exposed to yogic philosophies and practices from his family. He started his dance career as a Bollywood dancer with a dance company in India. During this period he worked in several films as a dancer and assistant choreographer. In 2003 he joined Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, a contemporary dance company in Bangalore. As a part of the company, Rakesh performed at various national and international venues. During his time with the company he was exposed to intensive training of the ancient Indian martial art form Kalaripayattu. After 10 years of yoga assana practice, in 2014 Rakesh become certified yoga teacher at Shivananda vedanta centre India.
Since 13 years, Rakesh has been working on developing a contemporary movement method called IntAct-Method – using Kalarippayattu and contemporary movement techniques, yoga assana, pranayama, energy work and psychology.
He has been invited to teach IntAct-Method at various Professional companies/art organizations such as Sidi Larbi company, Ultima Vez, Company Thor, Impuls Tanz, Deltebre Danza, Tanzfabrik, Maramio, B12 –Berlin, Tictac art centre, Dancentrumjette Brussels, Bremen Theater, Tripspace London, DAR Russia ,B12 Berlin, Summer intensive and Performact Portugal. K3 Hamburg, Drama school Helsinki and many more.
He is at present works as a part time teacher at with Ap- University Antwerpen and have been invited in several educational institute as guest faculty such as P.A.R.T.S, SEAD, Performact, CDSH-Hamburg, Concordia University and Circuit-est Montreal Canada, University of Tallinn, Helsinki and Costa Rica to name a few.
Between 2016 -17 Rakesh Sukesh worked as one of the jury member for professional training Tanz haus Zurich-Switzerland.
In 2020 Rakesh Sukesh become a Co- founder and director of Sanskar- Globle platform for performing art.
He also works as freelance performer/ choreographer, collaborating with various artists and organization around the world. He currently lives in Brussels-Belgium dividing his time between Europe and Asia.