Her name is Gurmukh, she wears a turban, and she carries a gong, but this Kundalini teacher isn't the ascetic you'd expect.
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David Lurey, a passionate environmentalist and dedicated yogi, renovates an old bungalow into a perfect green dream yoga studio.
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Practice acceptance of your partner, even if he/she doesn't share your spiritual beliefs.
Getting comfortable using chanting and kirtan in your hatha yoga classes can take your teaching to new heights. Pick up the tools for incorporating chants into your classes in an authentic way.
Fingers and toes are charged with divine power, which, when intelligently accessed and properly applied, can intensify the transformative power of the practice.
So what does an ancient parable about snakes and lazy husbands have to do with your yoga practice?
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