CLARITY: Soul Transmission Kundalini Yoga One Day Immersion
How do you want to be remembered?
Nestled between the magic of Muir Beach and the Redwood forest, two dozen of us will gather for a deep dive into what makes us come alive. We will use Kundalini Yoga, chant, meditation, journaling and sound healing to tune our intuition to our deepest desires for the future. We will discover how we want to be remembered and leave with a 40-day plan to a clearer future.
Many of us have realized that we have a higher calling than just making a living. This workshop is for people who are ready to work on their soul’s transmission and need clarity. When you have clarity, you have vision, when you have a vision, you have a decision.
First we will clear our minds and open our hearts with a powerful Kundalini Yoga Kriya and Meditations. Then we will use journaling exercises to clarify which of our gifts are ready to serve the world. You will discover where your passion and what the world needs now intersects.
At mid-day we’ll enjoy a farm-to-table organic vegetarian lunch prepared by the Green Gulch Farm and Bakery. Then we’ll take a gorgeous walk to Muir Beach. In the afternoon we’ll continue the process with Kundalini Yoga and create a 40-day plan to kickstart our intentions.
Sunday, September 8th
For All Genders. Previous Kundalini Yoga experience is helpful but not required.
$135 Early Bird
$175 Regular Ticket Purchased Online
All of Liya’s Green Gulch Events have sold out in advance. If not, door tickets will be available for $200 cash.
Liya (Charan Kamal Kaur) creates a heart-filled, fun, joyful way to calm the mind and align with one's inner truth. She brings a unique and special gift of laughter and humor to every class.
Her yoga journey began in the heart of New York City where she lived a fast-paced life as a business executive. As the stress of this life began to affect her health, Liya turned to yoga and began to heal. The results were undeniable and she has been on a dedicated path of self healing and discovery ever since.
In addition to yoga, Liya studied deep esoteric Kabbalah, including the sacred Tree of Life and dream work, in Los Piramidas Del Ka, a school in Guatemala. She is certified in both Hatha Yoga and Kundalini Yoga and is a registered KRI (Kundalini Research Institute) instructor. She took her Level 1 and 2 trainings with Gurmukh and Gurushabd in India. Currently, she assists Jai Dev Singh’s immersion courses in California where she lives.
Liya is gifted with a special energy for creating sacred space in which humans can elevate and reconnect with their hearts and destiny. With sincerity and grace, she creates a special connection with each of her students. Her goal is to reach as many humans as possible in this lifetime.
Her highest values are authenticity and honesty with herself and others.
She currently holds weekly classes, weekend and week long retreats, day-long immersions, and monthly workshops at Yoga Tree Telegraph, YogaWorks Mill Valley, as well as other inspiring, high-vibration venues.
TEJ AKASHA KAUR
Tej Akasha (Jazmin Hupp) co-founded Women Grow, the largest professional network in the cannabis industry. Since its launch in 2014, Women Grow has connected over 50,000 women at events in 60 cities across the US & Canada. Before Tej Akasha passed on the CEO title, Women Grow earned over 6 billion media impressions. She was named a “genius entrepreneur” by Fortune Magazine and Forbes considers her one of the “top businesswomen” in the cannabis industry.
Tej Akasha’s mission to support female entrepreneurship began in 2011, when she took the role of Director of Digital Media for Women 2.0, an organization that helps women start high-growth ventures. During her tenure, the brand expanded from the Bay Area to hold events across six countries for over 100,000 business women.
Tej Akasha’s background is in Theater and Management Information Systems. She creates magical transformative opportunities that scale with new technology. Tej Akasha recently completed Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training at the Kundalini Research Institute in New Mexico.