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December 2, 2014

5 Life Lessons I learned from running a Yoga Studio - Kathryn McCusker KMYOGA

KMYOGA, the joys, the challenges, the lessons, the future!

Today I handed back the keys to the space that for the past three years has been KMYOGA, the home of Kundalini Yoga in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

As I looked back on these three years, I started to think about the joys and challenges of running a studio that combined so many facets - classes, workshops, events and teacher trainings - and how this all created a sense of community around the studio, and a sense of personal fulfillment.

When I came to Sydney from London in 2010 I soon realised there was no dedicated space for Kundalini Yoga and very few classes happening around Sydney, which made it a challenge to feel part of a community. Of course there were some teachers at different spaces around Sydney and there had been a small studio in the Eastern Suburbs some years previously, but I was inspired to begin something that had never been done in Sydney before, and I was sure it wasn’t going to be like any other studio that I had experienced before!

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August 12, 2014

Confessions of a real-life Kundalini Yogi #3: "I have found it to be a lifeline in times of trouble as well as a wonderful accompaniment through good times."

What is your name?
Megan Gilbert or Meherbani Kaur is my Spiritual name.

How long have you been a Kundalini Yogi?
I discovered Kundalini yoga in early 2011 and began to attend weekly classes. At the end of the year I moved interstate where there were no Kundalini classes. My former teacher gave me a folder of Kriyas to take with me so I could continue my practice. I am in the process of moving again and I am looking forward to attending classes regularly again.
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August 5, 2014

Confessions of a real life Kundalini Yogi #2: WOW that was another level of awesome!


What is your name?

Mish Schaffer


How long have you been a Kundalini Yogi?

I only found Kundalini Yoga in October 2013 enrolled in the Teacher Training the same year! I’m a jump and freak out later kind of gal!

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July 29, 2014

Confessions of a Real Life Kundalini Yogi - How Kundalini Yoga helped me stay focused in my business; be creative strong and accountable; and complete my life goal!



 leigh Morrison Kundalini Yogi


What is your name?

Leigh Morrison


How long have you been a Kundalini Yogi?

About 8 years of practising, and started my level one teacher training in 2014.


Why did you first come to a Kundalini Yoga class?

I was doing a yoga and meditation course and I started trailing different forms of yoga, after practicing hatha for many years. Kundalini blew my mind, quite literally! I was entranced, intrigued and also a little bewildered from my first experience as both physically, emotionally, mentally and energetically I felt a shift, like I was floating when I left the 3 hour workshop I attended. It had me hooked.

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June 15, 2014

What is the Winter Solstice, and; The Power of Sound Healing:


The Winter Solstice falls on Saturday June 21, and KMYOGA will be hosting a special WINTER SOLSTICE KUNDALINI YOGA & SOUND CELEBRATION from 6.00pm - 8.30pm  In this blog, KMYOGA Founder, Author and renowned Opera Singer, Kathryn McCusker explores the meaning of the Winter Solstice. Following this is another KMYOGA blog about the Power of Sound Healing:




Kathryn McCusker, KMYOGA Founder


The term Solstice means "sun stands still". In the southern hemisphere it occurs in the middle of the year and represents the start of Winter.


It is the time when the sun reaches its lowest point in the sky, making Winter Solstice the shortest day and the longest night of the year.


During the winter solstice the sun hugs closer to the horizon than at any other time during the year, giving way to the least amount of daylight annually. On the bright side, the day after the winter solstice marks the beginning of lengthening days leading up to the summer solstice.


This event had deep spiritual meaning in many cultures and in many cases Winter Solstice was associated with the birth of the Sun, meaning the birth of the god or goddess.It would seem that many ancient cultures had a similar spiritual meaning for Winter Solstice, suggesting humanity always cared about the rebirth of light.


This is a poignant time to stop and listen, to harmonize our energy and reassess our connection to our spirit and life’s purpose.


It is a powerful time of re-birth and transformation - to acknowledge our shadow, heal our wounds, release old thought patterns and align with our light to illuminate our highest destiny.


Winter Solstice is an opportunity to come together with your community in celebration of hope, peace and the rebirth of light.

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