Q: How do you keep calm with all the sh*# going on today? Racism, sexism, poverty, murder, abuse. The way people treat each other, the plants, and its creatures is disgusting. I find myself getting so angry. How do you find peace?
You might have heard the saying
as is the microcosm, so is the macrocosm.
It's a good one to keep in mind and meditate on.
What happens in the world is a reflection of what's going on inside of each one of us put together as a...
Q: One of my New Year's Intentions was to start a daily practice. I’m frustrated because I haven’t started yet! How do I get started?
I find certain times of the year lend themselves to me creating new habits or routines for myself: the New Year, the Solstices & Equinoxes and my birthday. But remember, EVERY DAY is a new day, a new opportunity, to start anew, to recommit, or to pivot. So the fact that it's not a certain time of year is not meant to be another...
Jodh and I teach yoga because our practice transformed us, and we felt called to pay it forward. We imagined that having a positive impact on others through yoga would be incredibly fulfilling work, and we were deeply drawn towards it.
We know we’re not alone in this.
It’s not to say they don’t exist, but we haven’t personally met yoga teachers who go into teacher training with an audacious business plan with dreams of making a killing. Usually,...
We talk about the nervous system a lot in Kundalini Yoga. But what does it mean, to strengthen the nervous system?
It took me years of practice to really understand this system, but one day it just clicked.
I was driving down a pretty narrow street, there was a group of cyclists riding toward me when all of a sudden a car came barreling down the street (in the same direction as the cyclists) and moved into my lane to pass the cyclists. He was moving fast and right toward me. There were...
I was asked for some guidelines on spiritual parenting.
Me and my kids, 2010.
Here's what I picked up over the last 22 years (I just empty nested this year!).
Do you have a burning question relating to your yoga, food, or wellness practice?
Comment below and ask away!
Here's the "first" of the burning questions, which was posed to Savitree about a signature practice in the kundalini yoga tradition called the Sat Kriya:
Thanks so much for your article on Sat Kriya, and for including both options of resting afterwards: taking savasana for twice longer than the amount of time you do the Sat Kriya versus doing it for...