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“There is only one language in the world, and that is the language of love.”
~ Swami B.V. Narayana
Kundalini yoga is an integrated system of yoga, breath, rhythm, dance and chanting focusing on consciousness. I am committed to offering students inspiring classes as well as a whole yogic lifestyle and personalized healing sessions.
Through my experience, I believe that yoga brings balance and healing to life. Kundalini yoga, in particular, supports you and helps to bring out the core essence of who you are. Through the experience of bliss, light, and love- compassion begins to blossom and develops the willingness to change and grow. Each person is so unique and to have a practice that supports, encourages that is a blessing. I am grateful to the divine for delivering these teachings to me and allowing me to teach and share with others. Through all the master’s who have gone before I bow.
Kindness and patience are my tools of choice.
Experience the difference Kundalini yoga makes in your life and dive deeper into your own yogic practice.
I look forward to seeing you soon.
A Day to Fast and Purify
The 11th day after the new moon and the full moon is Ekadasi. It is a day to fast and purify. It is a very good day to Meditate as, astrologically, it is a difficult day. Traditionally it is used to fast and meditate.”The Ekadashi day is recognized as the best of all days to fast because it is on this day of the moon phase in which the rays of the moon actually nourish the subtle nerves and feelings of the heart,”(From Wikipedia). On Ekadasi I love to fast with Yogi Ji’s recipe of 8 oz. each of Apple, Carrot and Grapefruit mixed together. Which I drink very slowly over the day with purified water in between the juice. Celery juice for lunch and dinner. Several days before I begin a juice fast I cut out caffeine and eat Kichari* to prepare for the fast. There are several wonderful recipes excellent for fasting on the blog, so please visit Sahajkaur blog for green recipes. (* under Yogic foods)
Let yourself be silently drawn by the stronger pull of what you really love.