In my search for the core of what enables true transformation and fosters genuine non-violence, I learned that you can grow the ability to be in the midst of life’s challenges and be at peace through yoga.
The connection between our finite existence and our inner infinity is what allows us as humans to fully unfold into our potential, beauty and destiny. Throughout my life, I have held a personal line of inquiry about how to heal the woundedness of painful pasts – of countries, communities, families and individuals.
Kundalini Yoga whas been key in my own intensive personal healing quest, tending to the trans-generational wounds as a child of parents deeply traumatised by war. I have taught Kundalini Yoga in villages in Zimbabwe, for urban communities in South Africa, to the beautiful people at the Camphill Villages and once even inside the Mitchell’s Plain Court House.
I teach regular classes and host sadhanas (early morning practice). I also teach a weekly community class in the Bo Kaap and teach online. On request I teach private lessons to individuals and groups.
I integrate the benefits of yoga in all my work. In more than one way, my practice springs forth from my daily time of experiencing on the mat.
The breath and body work of Kundalini Yoga is a sophisticated 5000-year old technology for systematically working on your questions/life path issues and how they manifest in your body.
Through working with your body you can support the outer transformations you seek from the inside.
Practicing Kundalini Yoga meditations regularly, you can find the place from which all change originates and, with time, become the master of your own domain.