Start with the one daily habit that has the power to boost all other habits.Become a Morning Maven Now
THE MORNING MAVEN CLUB
Sadhana means personal spiritual practice.
Spiritual means to know yourself.
Huddle means to come together.
The Sadhana Huddle - 30 minutes of morning meditation + journaling - is Morning Maven Club's core practice.
The ideal time for Sadhana is generally before sunrise - depending on the part of the world - sometimes as early as 3:45, and often around 4:30 or 5 am. Our Sadhana Huddle begins at 4 am Pacific Time, 7 am Eastern. Our Eastern Mavens (and some Central Time Mavens) will often start with their own yoga practice and join us for the meditation.
Coming together for meditation allows you to simply show up, leave the "what to do next" to Savitree (HLF's co-founder and Sadhana Huddle facilitator), get spiritual support, accountability and increased confidence in your practice.
HOW IT WORKS
Habits affect will-power: Morning meditation is the fastest, most effective way to change habits.
Join the Sadhana Huddle for 30 minutes of meditation, stretch, and soul-journaling every weekday morning (M-F).
Daily morning rise encourages better habits the night before which sets you up for sounder, more restful sleep and how you get up the next morning and step into the rest of your day. It also resets your mind and body to the circadian rhythms of nature, which translates into less effort to achieve better results.
Daily morning meditation (approx 20 min) connects you to your body's intelligence. It helps you pick up the subtleties that are the source of your experiences. It gives you access to gratitude. Soul journaling (approx 5 min) captures your clarity before they get buried by the distractions of the day.
As you build your reservoir, your daily habits and energy leans further and further into joy, good health, and peace of mind as a natural state of being.
Physiology affects perspective: enter Kundalini Yoga
Offered 5 days a week (M, T, Th, F, Sa), this form of yoga recalibrates your mind-body system: your nervous, glandular, lymphatic, digestive, and circulatory systems + strengthens your mental faculties. It doesn't look like the typical yoga practice. It puts you under a pressure cooker to help you activate your internal resources and natural healing powers.
It takes a community of like minds and highly intentioned people who want to grow
Our weekly group sessions bring tools, conversation and understanding to your practices and helps you leverage your insights and experiences to support your life goals.
We integrate navigational (emotions + spiritual hungers) and productivity tools (habit stacking + calendaring) with your mind-body practice (meditation + yoga) to deliver personal freedom.
What happens on your own time
We provide a Success Path Roadmap that takes you through a 3-stage journey + Wellness Assessments that you'll take at your own pace, with the support of our team, whether it's via a 20 minute call, email support, or through community forum and resources.
Morning Habit Mentor and Co-Founder of HLF
For over 15 years, Savitree has been guiding clients using kundalini yoga, meditation, ayurveda, and spiritually guided productivity tools to shift their physiology and mindset in support of their highest purpose. She helps women deepen trust in themselves and simplify their next steps to accelerate their life vision.
THE NUTS & BOLTS OF THE SADHANA HUDDLE
"With a committed sadhana practice and wellness routine, I’ve gained confidence, strength, and a sense of flow in my life that I never believed was possible."
— Vicki K.
"If you were to ask me what I value most in my daily life I would answer family, health and my daily Sadhana."
— Julie M.
"The morning sadhana has probably had more of an impact than anything else. There is just something different about my day when I attend this class. I don’t know if I can quantify it but definitely a sense of calm and focus that was missing before, as well as a sense of acceptance."
— Faye W.
"Developing a morning Sadhana has been one of the most effective tools. It's no longer hard for me to keep up with my daily practice, and before it was."
— Susan C.