40 days of nabhi kriya: four troubleshooting tips

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Nabhi kriya, with its endless leg lifts, is, and always will be, very dear to my heart. It might be disgustingly tough, but it was the first really tough 40-day commitment I took on, and it has absolutely changed my life… … Continue reading

Meet Sat Nadar Kaur, kundalini yoga teacher from Yorkshire’s Sahej Teacher Training Academy

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Manchester-born Sat Nadar lives in South Yorkshire at Purusha where she works at the Sahej Academy with Hari Har Ji on kundalini yoga teacher trainings and workshops. Her great loves are cooking, watching movies, the outdoors, mountains, sea, woods, and dance, especially … Continue reading

Feeling dipped in autumnal blues? Try these 6 Ayurvedic remedies for rejuvenation

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In autumn, the air tattva (element) is strong. It’s dry, windy and cold. And when the air tattva out balances the others, we are prone to feeling unstable, uncentred,  unfocused and chilly. Add to the mix a pinch of stress and we dry … Continue reading

How to prepare for a 2.5 hour Kirtan Kriya meditation…

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It was one of my favourite kundalini yoga teachers, Sat Dharam Kaur, who inspired me to try a 2.5 hour Kirtan Kriya. This was her first ever taste of kundalini yoga (insert wide-eyed emoji!), and I love the way she talks … Continue reading

Meet Shabad Deep aka Patricia Pattinama: shaman, sound healer, composer & singer

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Holland-based Shabad Deep found kundalini yoga when she was teetering on the cusp of burn out. Already composing and singing, she brought the sacred kundalini yoga mantras into her work as a sound healer. Meet Shabad Deep… How did you … Continue reading

How to really shine: What happened during the first 40 days of Gyan Chakra Kriya…

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Gyan Chakra Kriya is one of those ‘look at me!’ practices. It kept popping up everywhere. First, a friend told me how much she loved it, and then I stumbled across it online – over and over again. That was … Continue reading