A celebration of the divine feminine, Serpentine is the ideal companion for your kundalini yoga and meditation experience. Coiled up much like a serpent at the base of our spine, the kundalini energy can be organically awakened through a selection of practices.
Empowering you to live your best and most fulfilled life, Serpentine offers everything you need to know on your own journey of awakening. From expert tutorials you can follow in the comfort of your own home to easy-to-understand theory, our guides are packed with simple practices you can use in your everyday life.
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My spiritual journey started in 2014 on the Island of the Gods — Bali. I took some yoga classes while I was there and the motherly, nurturing vibe of Bali and her beautiful surroundings helped me fall in love with the practice.
Meditation came into my life two years later. I was living in New York City, creating my own startup, and working towards becoming a successful entrepreneur. In my pursuit of success, I started picking up habits that my favorite business leaders lived by. One of their “secrets to success” was meditation, so thus began my practice. As it turned out, in the process of creating my own business, yoga and meditation became my only escape. The more I materialized my business idea, the more I felt my heart disconnecting from it.
I was fortunate enough to learn Kundalini Yoga & Meditation under Master Teacher Hari Kaur Khalsa and to be trained by Sat Siri. I have also studied the art of Sound & Healing under the renowned Gongmaster Don Conreaux
Today, my aim is to help spread the teachings of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation. This blog is a channel for me to share this wisdom with you as you embark on your own spiritual journey.
Oh! And if you were wondering whatever happened to my business — I left it. I can’t be where my heart is not.