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Sadhana = Daily Spiritual Practice

A Sadhana is a commitment to making space and time for self-inquiry, growth & expansion.
A 40 day Sadhana Program, is to have a Personal Trainer who tailors to you,
a deep dive Yoga journey and coaches you through it...

  • Are you, tired, lost or wishing something would change ?

  • Do you want to realize the strength you have within you ?

  • Do you have a project you're not confident enough to start ?

Sadhana Benefits Include:

  • Realizing your potential

  • Awareness of your habits and beliefs

  • Overcoming defeatest patterns

  • Restoring a balanced, focused mind

  • Strengthening your nervous system & building resilience to stress effects

  • Building confidence and acceptance

  • Acknowledging and appreciating yourself

  • Expansive growth in any area of your life

6 minutes of Sadhana - daily - will transform you.

60 minutes will elevate your whole life.

Read Nicola's Testimonial here 


What's included in a Sadhana package?

A Zoom planning meeting

A Yoga coach for 40+ days

A tailored Yoga &/or Meditation program to cover the 40 days

A personalized Spotify playlist to use for the 40 days

An in-person program 'run through' appointment

An in-person or Zoom program tune-up appointment

Instruction and diagram-filled workbook

Tracking, journal & worksheets to support your awareness

Celebratory completion call by Zoom or in person

Optional - Extra Zoom & Phone support


The next step is entirely up to you.. 

It will change you. It will teach you. You will Grow.

Currently the Sadhana packages are being taught in person only, not online. For the answers to more FAQ's click here

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"Kundalini Yoga takes us from Scattered to Fine Tuned.
We Connect to our Core Essence.
It feels like Freedom".

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Thanks for Contacting Us!

"Amy created a personal sadhana for me. I had never been to a class but she took me through it and explained everything thoroughly and was there to help me fine tune it after I’d started.
The prana made my body feel strong and balanced. The meditation I love. On the days my mind is all over the place it helps restore calm and set intentions for the day. Some days it brings insights about myself and what I need to learn.
It is an amazing journey.
It’s helped my anxiety immensely, given me confidence and acceptance within myself and generally just made me feel great.
I recommend this to anyone and everyone no matter your level of experience."
Nicola Jones, NZ


- How Do You Say It? Sadhana    "Sa-dah-na"

- What is a Sadhana? It's a Daily Spiritual Practice Your Sadhana is quality time that you gift to yourself every day for self-inquiry and expansion, through the ancient arts of yoga. It's also more seriously interpreted as a Discipline whereby bondage (of the mind and of attachment to things) becomes liberation. For me, it's my sanity. For you it might be the daily shifting and self-study of energy and emotions, stretching and strengthening your body while in connection with it. it might be time alone, time to learn, heal, bring balance, time to be your own cheerleader.. or a pure moment to BE, before heading out into the world. 

- Why do Sadhana? For prioritizing your well-being and forming healthy habits, to learn so much about yourself, to challenge yourself, to be proud of yourself, to achieve something and celebrate yourself, finding balance, resilience and strength beyond your wildest dreams.  It's such a small period of time in your life so my question to you is - Why not?


- Why 40 days? It's about setting good healthy habitual behavioural patterns and taking long enough to feel the benefits of a new way forward. Think if it was only 20 days and you missed a few days, a couple at the start of your period, one day after the dentist.. perhaps a missed morning after a couple of wines you didn't mean to have.. you'd barely have figured out the activities yet, let alone have found life falling into place. 40 days is the minimum amount of time. As this practice is personally tailored to your lifetime, you can practice this your whole lifetime.. I've been doing mine for 3 years now - I vary things for certain days - but it's always my default practice.


- How long does a Sadhana take each day? That's up to your personal commitment level. I would suggest 30-60 minutes You can make it go for hours if you want. In reality, some people's Sadhana is 11 minutes.  Whatever time you want to put in, you'll get so much more out, It's SO worth it. Remember Kundalini Yoga not only works on your physical body but your 10 energy bodies. You can make huge shifts during something that looks or feels like nothing much. Your days will run smoother, your mind with more clarity, and your body much happier in connection with your breath. With an open mind and heart, the growth you'll notice is amazingly beneficial and can be positively explosive for your life situation.  


- What do I need to prepare? Sadhana is a daily practice you do at the same time every day on your yoga mat in your sacred space where you hopefully won't be interrupted. You'll run through a list of activities in comfy clothing, in the same order each day to music and some bits without, so have headphones or a speaker and a place you are comfortable to be. You'll practice with an empty stomach so in the morning before breakfast is "best" However some people do their Sadhana around 4 pm with an empty stomach before the evening rush. Some people do theirs right before bed... start thinking about it and ask me questions when they come up.


- What time do I do a Sadhana? That's up to you and what you think is the best time you can pick that is easy to commit to. Personally, I have found getting up an hour earlier than usual is the best way as I feel like I've stolen free time from somewhere, rather than trying to squeeze it in with everything already on my plate. Ideally, morning is “best” but what's ideal for you may differ, and that's ok. I'll help you sort this out - no rule suits everyone so it must be about making it work for us as an individual, right?!

- What if I miss a day? What's important after missing or skipping a day... is how you treat yourself throughout the day.. and how the world works for you that day...  And also what matters is the next time you're due to practice. Do you bunker down and smash it out or do you quit? You will have a simple yes/no chart to fill out at the end of each day that will speak volumes about whether missing your practice serves you or not on your path. Remember this is for good health, it is not about you putting pressure on you... I'll help you with anything that comes up.  


- Can I chop and change my Sadhana each day? Sort of... But not really. You never change the order of the Sadhana. If you're short on time rather than skipping bits it's better to reduce each activity in the same proportion... If your activities are all 3 minutes long and you're pushed for time, reduce them all to 1 minute each. If you're having a really rough day and even sitting on your mat is a challenge - then it's up to you. whatever you choose, Feel good about it, and move on. Continue to be aware of how the day rolls for you. Write stuff in your workbook too. Tomorrow is another day. And how you carry on from there, teaches us a lot about ourselves. By the way, there's no Kundalini jail. You won't be in trouble with me or anyone else.  


- How do you make my Sadhana? I use your birth date to discover which 2 of the 10 energy bodies you have, you are here to master, share or find balance within this lifetime. Using those top 2 bodies I compile a set of activities (Kriya) to help dig deep and balance the energy of that area. I compile a music playlist for you using traditional and Kundalini mantra and healing sounds like gongs and bowls that match the entire kriya, which support you mentally and help you immerse yourself in the practice even more. 


- How long are the meditations... I find it hard to sit still / I don't like meditating? The shortest would be 6 minutes but you can meditate for 11, 22, 31 or 60 minutes if you find you just love it. The thing about meditation is you may have heard that there's only one way to do it and that's by clearing the mind of thoughts whilst sitting perfectly still and in silence.. well, there's hundreds if not thousands of ways to find meditative space and there's definitely one that will suit you. Kundalini meditations are different. We chant mantras, we move, and sometimes our eyes aren't even closed.The mantras are over 5000 years old.. And there's thousands of studies about how mantra chanting or moving meditations are incredibly beneficial to us as electrical living beings.. Forget about what you've heard and go for it.  If you're worried about how you'll sound or maybe you're embarrassed that you're not from India, and probably shouldn't chant or anything like that.. we'll have a great conversation about how your voice is designed to heal your body.. just let me know if that's something you feel.. embarrassment is a real thing.. this is something I'm passionate about because I HATED the idea of chanting to begin with. It's all good.. I've got you.. I'll share the knowledge with you.  Typically the first 10 minutes of meditating, the first few times, can be the uncomfortable part of meditation. You may struggle with the mantra or with quieting your thoughts or you can't sit still or everything seems to get itchy, like your nose or eye.. and you think it's frustrating.. Well, it's all still meditating.. How cool is that?! With time things settle down.. it's just resistance and it washes away. After a time or two you'll have the mantra sorted and you'll begin to relax and forget time altogether.  

- What is Sadhana charting? It's a simple tool that gives us heeeeaps of information about your innate cycles that occur subconsciously. It's yes/no ticking in boxes, it'll take 2 minutes each day and it's well worth the time.  


- What happens when I menstruate? Depending on your bleed, heavy or light, you'll take days 1-3 of your Sadhana lightly. There may be some activities you don't do at all physically, however you will visualize yourself performing them for the selected time. For some activities, there may be a variation for you. There will be certain breath work that will change for those first 3 days also. You can carry on with no problem.


- Should I write about my Sadhana? Writing stuff down that comes up - anytime - is never a mistake. You'll be able to look back much better than you can remember and if you're someone who only remembers the hard stuff.. I'd say journaling this process is a must! Knowing you're going to journal also helps you be present in the moment of activity. Go for it!  


It's called a practice because it's all learning. We can make adjustments along the way if necessary.

Lets just do this wonderful thing!



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