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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.”

Angela

“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.”

Nafisseh

“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.”

Debbie

The Journal

Yoga Nidra on Perfection

Yoga Nidra on Perfection

Your body is perfect. Every part of you is divinely given. There are no mistakes in your form. Everything you call a flaw is a point of experience and self-discovery. Your body, the vessel of your spirit, is perfectly imperfect.  Let this practice of yoga nidra remind...

The Wisdom of Perfection

The Wisdom of Perfection

(Listen to the audio version below) I’d like to introduce you to a perfect beauty. She's not Instagram perfect. Not Hollywood perfect. She's not photoshopped and collagen plumped, filtered and cropped. The kind of perfect that I’m escorting to this party is different....

Sex and the Sixth Sense

Sex and the Sixth Sense

This post is part of the series called The Spiritual Side of Sex. What if proof that intuition exists can be found on any dating app? A friend texted me recently about a date he’d gone on. How was it? I asked. She was pretty, he said, but there was no chemistry. This...

“On this path effort never goes to waste, and there is no failure.”

The Bhagavad Gita 2:40