Awaken your wisdom with intuitive guidance, Ayurveda, and yoga.
Hello. Welcome to SevaMama.
My name is Sonja (root meaning: wisdom) and I am a writer, wisdom guide, and devotee of the Great Mama.
Using the tools of Ayurveda, the deeper teachings of yoga, and intuitive emotional expression, I am honored to guide you to reshape the story of your life.
Whether you are looking to manage life transitions, make peace with your body, heal your digestion, or fall in love with your purpose in life, there is a place for you here.
In Your Words
“It is so refreshing and humbling to receive healing from someone who walks you home to your own medicine within your heart. That’s all we could ever ask for. To walk each other home to the truth within.”
Work with me
I am a wisdom guide, combining intuitive healing, Ayurveda, and the deeper teachings of yoga.
I teach Ayurveda , but not as a list of rules.
Through my membership program, you’ll learn how to access an inner knowing about your body. Break free from perfectionism and live in true health.
I teach yoga , but not only as a physical experience.
Joining The Nest gives you access to the deeper teachings and practices of yoga designed to support the single most defining factor in your health -- your mind.
In Your Words
“BodyStory was a truly transformative experience. Sonja beautifully weaves Ayurvedic wisdom with her own intuition in a way that creates profound connection to the ancient teachings.”
“Taking part in Sonja’s BodyStory class and sharing with her and others allowed my body and heart to have a more clear voice about its wants, needs and desires. Sonja created a sacred safe container for us to share openly and spontaneously.”
“I have participated in several SevaMama online courses and each has enriched my life in a different way. With each course, I gain new insights and build my Ayurvedic toolbox.”
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“On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.”
The Bhagavad Gita 2:40