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40 Day Meditation

May 17, 2017 by

Welcome to our new 40 Day Meditation!             40 Days: Practice every day for 40 days straight. This will break any negative habits that block you from the expansion possible through the kriya or mantra. We’ll be chanting: http://www.spiritvoyage.com/mantra/Chattra-Chakkra-Vartee/MAN-000026.aspx Our meditation is: https://www.3ho.org/kundalini-yoga/mantra/kundalini-yoga-mantras/chakkar-chalunee-kriya Our music is: http://www.spiritvoyage.com/mp3download/Healing-Sounds-Vol-1/Kulwant-Singh/ALB-001177.aspx Check in often on […]

New Traditions, New Pathways is Har Har Hard Sometimes

Dec 21, 2016 by

I put my coat on, grabbed Scooter’s leash ready to head down the steep, cement stairs from the second floor one bedroom apartment my husband and I have been calling home since October. I put the key in the door to lock it (still re-learning to use keys since we had those key pads back in […]

40 Day Meditation Starts 1/3/16!

Dec 30, 2015 by

Kick off the New Year with the most powerful meditation of all yogas!   Join Katherine in all of her Kundalini Yoga and Meditation classes for weekly group practice! Wednesdays 5:45pm Thursdays  9:30am Sundays 9:30am ***Be sure to tune in first!  Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo” Meditation: sodarshanchakrakriya Music: Etheric Wahe Guru 40/90/120/1000 Day Sadhanas There is […]

Embracing Autumn Without Taking A Fall

Sep 16, 2015 by

SEPTEMBER 15, 2015 BY ALLISON KAPLAN 1 COMMENT Good morning on this beautiful day everyone. Happy autumn and apple picking. Not feeling so cheerful and bright lately? You are not alone. Autumn doesn’t always bring about joyful optimism and light-heartedness for my friends and family members who are suffering from seasonal shift anxiety and nervousness. My girlfriend tells […]

Walking The Path Back Into September and Beyond

Aug 28, 2015 by

The full moon is approaching, the glow of it streaming into my evening bedroom.  There’s a magical haze around it’s orb calling ME even more into the mystical side of life. September is calling it’s STUDENTS to get ready to go back to school.  Rooms are being cleaned, college boxes getting filled and lots of excitement […]

My Meditation Experience

Jun 11, 2015 by

Every night I tell myself- I will wake up, drink warm lemon water and go try this heart-based meditation technique Katherine Austin taught me. I’m embarrassed to admit she taught a group of us, myself included, a month and a half ago and I still had not tried it for more than a minute or […]

Hunker Down ’til 4/8!

Apr 1, 2015 by

Kelley Rosano’s latest forecast……… Check out the current forecast for 4/1 – 4/8 Now’s the time for extra meditations, yoga, stillness and less doing. xoK

Nia: More Than a Cardio Dance Workout

Mar 28, 2015 by

If You Can Walk, You Can Dance Twenty-one years ago I walked into my first Nia class on two stress-fractured legs. The teacher was a tiny woman with smiling eyes, and before the class began, I dutifully reported my injuries. “I was running,” I said. “Both my shins are stress fractured. I’m not sure I […]


Mar 17, 2015 by

Good Morning Everyone! I’m so excited because today February 28th has arrived and no doubt, it’s going to be a great one.  Karma Yoga, where I proudly teach is celebrating their GRAND OPENING all day with 10 amazing free yoga classes! Hang onto your yoga pants West Bloomfield…this is going to be powerful! Our new […]

Your Destiny Is Coming No Matter What

Feb 15, 2015 by

The night before I left my Dad during my recent visit, he put his hand on my shoulder and said, “I don’t know what it is that you do but I want you to know how proud I am of you.”  I was so moved that he could express that he knew I was living […]

Preparing For Change

Feb 9, 2015 by

It was another cold, dark, early star filled morning when I donned my boots, jeans and light jacket this time not to sadhana but to head for the airport.  The snow was crunching and sparkling under my feet as I ran back into the house to leave the garage door opener for my dog sitter. […]

Growing = Trusting and Allowing

Jan 28, 2015 by

The phone rang, texts kept coming in as the emails continued one day before I was to leave for Winter Solstice.  I had an important legal agreement that I needed to finalize before I headed out of town. I was still blowing my nose and coughing  and really not feeling very well at all after a month long […]

January 2015 Forecast

Jan 19, 2015 by

The Sea Goat We begin the new year with Venus becoming an evening star. Its lunar pull is creating a rich feminine experience in us all. With Uranus tightly linked to the south node of the moon, we feel something important pulling us from the past — the south node in yoga is Ketu, or the […]

New Life for Old Mats

Dec 15, 2014 by

BY LISA BERMAN I’m fortunate to have been practicing yoga for almost 13 years. My journey has included exploring many forms of yoga, taking teacher training and expanding my knowledge through attending a wide array of yoga workshops. Along the way, my yoga mats have been like supportive and loyal friends to me. Delving into a […]

Celebrate Life!

Dec 2, 2014 by

BY ALLISON KAPLAN Good Morning, My sweet, tough and tumble father-in-law Phil, (Uncle Goofy), passed away recently. And while I am deeply saddened by his loss and will miss him terribly, every crazy and quirky quality,  I will celebrate his beautiful life. Phil celebrated life, everyone’s life, every day. After all, he told the hospice […]

Reinvention or Authentication?

Nov 29, 2014 by

Authentication (from Greek: αὐθεντικός authentikos, “real, genuine,” from αὐθέντης authentes, “author”) is the act of confirming the truth of an attribute of a single piece of data (datum) or entity. The other day I was chatting with a friend when she mentioned her next door neighbor knew my former husband via friends. My friend is also […]

Leap of Faith…… and then some

Nov 22, 2014 by

I had just arrived in Madison, Wisconsin to teach at Bhaktifest.  It was a steamy, stormy, hot summer day in July as I unpacked my bags in my hotel room.  I pushed aside my big duffle bag packed with camping gear for the next leg of my trip to New Mexico and Summer Solstice and […]

A Conversation with SatJiwan Kaur Khalsa

Nov 19, 2014 by

  While on the phone with, SatJiwan Kaur Khalsa, co-owner of Karma Yoga San Diego, she tells her story and expresses that every experience she’s had on her yoga journey has prepared her for and allowed this amazing opportunity to align in this divine way.  She is also clear that Kundalini yoga has and continues to enrich and […]

Offer Up A Prayer To Not Planning

Oct 2, 2014 by

by Jen Norber I took a Karma Yoga class with Marianne and I went into class hoping to get some good stretching in and just feel a bit more relaxed afterwards.  She mentioned something very briefly but it had a profound effect on me.She mentioned in class for us to offer up a prayer to […]

New Season, New Year, New Beginnings

Sep 24, 2014 by

by Nancy McCaochan   Happy New Year to everyone who’s celebrating. Although I was raised Catholic, this is my favorite of the Jewish Holidays as it reflects many aspects of the autumn that are personally significant to me. The school year begins in the fall, next year’s buds are on the trees, and the colder […]

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