If you have never tried Kundalini yoga or have been practicing for 20 years, do yourself a favor and head over to West 30th Street and do some yoga with Hari Kaur. Hari has written two books, trained thousands of teachers and committed her entire life to the teachings of Yogi Bhajan and elevating the planet through the technology of Kundalini Yoga. No biggie. Want an experience of your soul? Visit HariNYC.
Whitney Tucker of Embodied Potential is a rock star of the physical plane. She is a dancer, personal trainer, pilates & yoga instructor, birth doula, and so much more. Whitney has spent hundreds of hours training folks to use their body to its fullest potential. Healing from injuries, getting into shape, prepping for a marathon or birth — whatever it is, this amazing, conscious woman has you covered. Professionally, if you are looking for someone who is an expert, extremely well-trained at the highest level, Whitney and Embodied Potential is the answer. On a personal level, you couldn’t ask for a more powerful, open guide on your journey. One who truly has the highest regard for the human body and the human experience.
Catherine Collautt, Ph.D. is an author, manifestation consultant, energy healer and all around incredible human being. I have worked with Cathy for years, and her process is off the hook. Recently, I read all of her vignettes and they are incredible.
She also has some free resources on her site, and she did a video interview on the subconscious mind with Marie Forleo that generated over 240,000 views. If you aren’t familiar with Dr. C, the time is now. She also works with clients virtually; so don’t let distance keep you apart!
Reflections Center for Conscious Living isn’t a yoga studio for the “fabulous,” and no one feels intimidated there. In fact, they no longer use the term ‘yoga studio’ at all, it is too limiting for what they actually do. Reflections offers many different mind-body-centering practices including hypnosis, Reflections After Dark, float science (floatation tank), massage, reiki, cranial sacral therapy, and The Franklin Method. According my dear friend and founder Paula Tursi, “We invite any method that may unlock a higher awareness, and thus more consciousness.”
My friend and colleague Jess Grippo, a dancer, writer, and creative life coach, has found a way to weave together all the things she loves into a fulfilling, successful, and creative career: performing, teaching dance, blogging, guiding clients into their creative flow, and of course making dance videos. (Her most recent venture was a TEDx talk!) Jess’s coaching practice is about helping people revive their passions and get out of their own way when it comes to making creative dreams happen.