Fulfill Your Potential in 2023 with Kundalini Awakening Yoga


Are you going after the right goals?

Change is hard, right?

Robin Sharma, the author of the Monk Who Sold his Ferrari describes it this way. He says, “All change is hard at first, messy in the middle and so gorgeous at the end.”

Here’s what I know about change: Your efforts to change will be met with challenges — both internal and external.

I saw this in myself and in my students. We’d get excited, determined, and jump into our goals, only to fall flat a few weeks, or months later. Why?

Because the vision wasn’t compelling enough. When you create a powerful vision for your “gorgeous end,” it acts like a magnetic force, giving you the energy, and pulling you toward it through the inevitable challenges.

That’s exactly why I created my Self-Mastery Series, specifically Crystallize Your Vision, which is designed to help you get crystal clear on your dream and begin a process to manifest it.

In this short video, I share how to create a vision for your future that’s so compelling, it pulls you through the “messy middle” of change:

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In the video I share:

● How to unlock your dream — your life’s purpose — that’s already encoded inside of you
● Why the typical goal-setting exercises fall short — and may even have you chasing someone else’s goals
● How to discover what part of you is dictating your goals — and why it might be based on fear or ego
● And what it means when pursuing your goals leaves you exhausted and burned out

Sat Nam,


Stop trying to meditate…try this instead

I felt conflicted in my studies of Kundalini Yoga but didn’t want to quit because of the life-changing benefits I was experiencing.

Here’s the thing, before you can get the benefits, you have to do the practice. (And I say practice, instead of class intentionally.)

Before I could get any benefits, I had to let go of my ideas about exercise, yoga, and what it should look and feel like.

Kundalini Yoga takes many first-time students by surprise. But if you stick with it, you’ll soon be convinced of its power.

In this short video, I share why even dedicated yoga teachers struggle for years to develop a consistent meditation practice, and what I do instead to experience deep states of peace:

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In the video I share:

● How Kundalini Yoga accelerates subconscious cleansing while strengthening your nervous system
● Why facing what was once buried and hidden fuels your personal growth
● Why I disagreed with my teachers because I wanted to make Kundalini Yoga more accessible

Sat Nam,


Is Yoga A Religion?

In my last post, I shared my AHA moment in yoga and how a simple 15-minute VHS was the catalyst for some pretty big changes in my life.

Okay, huge changes — I went from working as a licenced pharmacist to running a natural pharmacy, and then opening Semperviva Yoga and leading international yoga trainings and retreats.

I never saw these changes in my future. I simply knew something had to change that day I snuck home from work early to watch that video.

Before that day, I kept thinking all I had to do was work harder, and everything would be okay. And I became more and more frustrated when I didn’t get the results I expected from all that hard work.

I ended up feeling more depleted with each passing day. Even the workouts I did, hoping to burn off stress, wore me down.

And so this looped me into a vicious cycle of exercise, sugar, and caffeine highs, followed by the inevitable crash and burn. Sound familiar?

In this short video, I share how I broke that cycle and what I discovered in my studies of yoga that made me uncomfortable:

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In the video I share:

● How even my most demanding practices healed my nervous system and left me feeling refreshed
● The conflicting messages that caused me to question yoga
● What being the “black sheep” of yoga means to me and how my approach is different

Sat Nam,


Let’s Start Over

It’s easy to keep our heads down in the busyness of everyday life. We take things as they come, hour by hour, and day by day.

The problem with that mode is that we don’t take time to step back and look at the bigger picture of the lives we’re creating.

And I’m no different…over the past few months, I’ve been caught up in the excitement of teaching my individual Self-Mastery Series courses. Today, I want to take a step back and give you a view of the bigger picture of why I created this series.

You might not even realize these immersions are part of the Self-Mastery Series. Maybe you know them as…

● Crystallize Your Vision
● Breakthrough Your Blocks
● Heal Your Heart
● Master Your Mind

These four immersions provide incredible benefits and transformations when taken alone. But together, they create momentum that transforms you and your life even faster — each course builds on the last, and touches on every chakra and every area of your life — from your personal goals, to your intimate relationships, to breaking free of your limits, to using your mind like the powerful piece of technology it is.

The seed for this series was planted over 20 years ago — when I discovered how to go from feeling threadbare and anxious, to feeling energized and inspired within minutes. That’s what yoga did for me — it gave me my life back.

In this short video, I share my story of going from burnout to recovery, and it all started with one “weird” yoga class on a VHS tape:

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In the video I share:

● Why burnout happens, even when you are “successful”
● The two emotions I felt after my first class and how it spurred me to change my entire life
● Why seeing, or hearing is NOT believing when it comes to Kundalini Yoga
● And how the world of yoga is letting students down…plus, my take on it

When you click through to the video, I’ll also tell you how you can get free access to a 30-minute practice.

Sat Nam,


Suffering Is Optional

When I discovered Kundalini Yoga, my life looked great from the outside (successful career, loving family), but inside I was in chaos. I was anxious and exhausted all the time, and on the verge of burnout.

Can you relate?

Or perhaps you’re fighting with your spouse, struggling financially, or trying to bounce back from an illness. Whatever you’re going through, I want you to know something important:

Life is full of challenges, but suffering is optional. 

You CAN experience a sense of inner calm & peacefulness, no matter what’s going on externally in your life. Really!

I share more about this in today’s short video…Click here to watch.

This isn’t just some catchy yoga quote – I’ve experienced it in my own life, and seen the changes in thousands of my students over the years. I urge you to try this life-changing practice before you get to that point of “something HAS to change.” And if you’re already there, it’s not too late.

Begin it now…