Divine Yoga is a return to your true nature.
Yoga is an integrated path to wellness, wholeness and ultimately, the divine. Recognising the divine nature in all life is like waking up to a true reality, a purposeful and connected way of living.
Join me here for guided meditations, yoga inspiration and practices to live a more balanced and awakened lifestyle. A few surprises might go in there as well.
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The Path of Intuition
Master your intuition and make it a part of your life's path with this four-week online course. Learn to listen to and trust your inner guidance so that you can create and connect from a place of heart-centred innate divinity. These classes will help you relax into your natural inner guidance and intuitive communication.Learn More
Meditation is an important sadhana (spiritual practice) to focus and purify the mind. It is an absolute foundation for total wellbeing. A calm mind is a powerful one. This six-module online course will help you master your mind through meditation and make it a powerful part of your daily routine.Learn More
Yoga Nidra - Subtle Body Relaxation
Yoga Nidra is the ultimate relaxation technique for releasing stress and tension held in your body. As you to move into a deep state of relaxation with conscious awareness, you will reset and refresh your subtle and physical body, helping to remove mental fatigue and physical lethargy in just 20 minutes with this FREE guided meditation.Learn More
Nice to meet you!
Hi! I’m Jenni, a wellness consultant, meditation facilitator and yoga teacher. I work with the body and soul from the inside out so you can live a life of presence and purpose.
Four paths of Yoga to integrate:
Karma - the yoga of action and selfless service.
Jnana - the yoga of knowledge and the intellect.
Bhakti - the yoga of love, devotion and surrender.
Ashtanga - the 8-limbs of yoga as per the yoga sutras of Patanjali.
Deepen your Sadhana (Spiritual Practice) with Devotion and Divine Sentiment
Yoga is a universal science that can benefit everyone. It is non-sectarian and non-dogmatic.There are several goals for Yoga practice, and for each individual, they will be different. Yoga and meditation will undoubtedly promote a healthy body and mind, but what if these were stepping stones or even by-products of a much higher goal? Such as Self-realisation. By bringing devotion into your practice, embracing humility and feelings of humbleness by honouring the Supreme force, the divine power, you will begin to forge your path toward Perfect Health and the ultimate goal of Yoga - surrender to the divine will.