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

Golden milk yogigems

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

Beyond Teacher Training: How technology can help us teach kundalini yoga, by Ram Nam Singh

Ram Nam Mauro Corso

Being a kundalini yoga teacher can be challenging. Even with our own yoga and meditation practice to sustain us, at the end of the day (or at the very beginning, in the case of leading a sadhana), it all boils … Continue reading

Akaal: The liberation chant to guide a soul through death

Alun Jones

Last week, an old friend took his own life. He was 51, and so very bright. He lived life right on the edge, following his wanderlust (and his paraglider) to India, Japan, Burma, Bali. He was hilarious, big-hearted and fun, and he lived … Continue reading

What happened in kundalini yoga level one teacher training

Prediction magazine kundalini yoga

I’m still on a prolonged Marie Kondo mission of decluttering my life. It’s a life-long commitment I think. And as I was sorting through and deleting the files on my old Mac, I came across this retrospective magazine feature about my level one kundalini … Continue reading

Initiating authentic relationships: The ‘greeting strangers’ kriya

Gemma Bliss and Nishad Kala

Last year Nish and I spent a few days in a tiny village in the mountains of southern Spain called Mijas Pueblo. It’s a special place; crystal clear air, whitewashed walls, terracotta pots spilling with geraniums, donkey carts, sprawling views out across the ocean … Continue reading