Jivamukti Yoga

Jivamukti translates as liberation whilst living. Bhakti (devotion) is at the heart of this soulful yet progressive sequence of asana (postures) with eclectic playlists threaded together & rooted in shastra (ancient teachings) and how they relate to the modern-day yogi(ni). We conclude with meditation practice.

What to Expect

  • Woven tapestry of Mythology & Philosophy
  • Bhakti – Devotion
  • Awakening & Enlivening pranamayama & mantra
  • Transcendent & Visceral Movement
  • Meditative kramas
  • Meaningful journaling prompts to ignite a greater understanding of themes
  • An equal expression of lila and mauna playfulness and silence

Jivamukti Pilgrimage

Embarking on a pilgrimage is often a call to temporarily step away from our bustling modern lifestyles and venture to distant places in search of an escape—whether from winter darkness, the mundane routine, or the complexities of one’s own existence. As a devoted traveller, I’ve come to realise that some of my most profound transformations didn’t stem from traversing the globe but rather from moments of stillness and introspection. This introspective journey sparks a curiosity about the need for escape, revealing that beauty can be found even in the ordinary and mundane aspects of life—it’s all about cultivating awareness and shifting perspective.

Jivamukti 3-hour Pilgrimages offer a unique opportunity to delve into a transformative practice and embark on a journey homeward, immersing ourselves in the recognition of our divine nature and its reflection in our everyday lives. These sessions provide a platform to deepen our understanding of our bodies and inner workings through the diverse tools of yoga. Finding a home within our temporary physical bodies we are better armed to confront truths in every moment, no matter their difficulty & we learn to trust in the ever-changing, unfolding journey of life.

Each pilgrimage we undertake together carries a distinct theme, intention, playlist, and practice, enriching the collective journey we share. Some of the themes I am passionate about & have shared are;

  • Atma Samyama – Self (Soul) Confidence
  • Avidya – Impermanence
  • Shiva – Pure Consciousness
  • The Philosophy of Om
  • Svarupa – The Quintessence of one’s Being
  • Shakti – The Flowing Energy of the Universe
  • Spanda – The Expansion & Contraction of Universal Consciousness
  • Adristha – Uncertainty
  • Dehi Manas Bodhi Hridaya – Embodied Mind Awakened Heart
  • Saksi of Shakti – Witness of the Essential Aspects of Nature
  • Who am I?
  • Sama dristhi – With the eye of Divine
  • Parashakti Sundari – The Radiant All Pervasive Pure Consciousness
  • Nityananda – Eternal Bliss
  • Perseverance for Peace
  • Shraddha – Faith