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of Kundalini Yoga with Sat Nam Studios
Join us for an uplifting blend of spiritual and physical practices. Kundalini Yoga incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation and the chanting of mantras. We practice together to develop physical vitality and spiritual awareness.
Sat Nam Studios is an inspiring yoga and healing arts center. A school for teachers and students. A place of vitality and hope.
We offer an inspiring space to support each other to develop our spiritual practice, learning to incorporate Kundalini Yoga into our everyday lives.
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Shakta firmly believes we are all diamonds requiring a good polish to appreciate our facets. The polishing is left to the teacher. Excavation is up to each of us and comes with a daily practice.
I believe if we build it, it will come. Whether we are building space in our heart to allow more love. Or building secure structures in our mind to organize good judgment. Or building a pantry filled with chemical-free foods to generate a healthy body.
He suggested we did well because we didn’t take it personally. Specifically, he said he wears the “white hat and you wear the black hat.”
Lucy is the Ambassador to Sat Nam Studios. She does things I cannot. She makes connections where I falter. She feels things where I’m clueless. She builds bridges where I’m helpless. She softens the edges of every encounter.
The vibratory nature of the gong is the beginning. A cue to our awareness within. A massage for your mind. A balm for your heart. A treasure offered during deep relaxation in a Kundalini Yoga class.
I examined my relationship with food and the role it played in my daily life. I learned that I really like fasting. I feel better. My body doesn’t have to work so hard. I feel sharper.
Every time I hear that song, it is a love song for me. Now that some self love has taken hold, I think I’ll learn a little bit about me.
I thought about the link between the vibrations of the chanting and the gong and my restlessness. What might I learn from this apparent and perhaps mystical connection? Then I was reminded of the cardinal.
I had noticed the plaque before, but this time it meant something. It reminded me of a proverb a wise woman would tell a circle of girls.
How many of us know the stories that are told about us? How many of us straighten crowns and tell our own back stories?