Fulfill Your Potential in 2023 with Kundalini Awakening Yoga


Let’s Start Over February 03rd,2019

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,


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