Art is the expression or application of our imagination and creative skill via a body of work that is appreciated for its beauty or emotional power. The beauty and emotional power of this meditation is found in the way it shapes and refines our consciousness and the subsequent insights that arise from this refinement.
This meditation is also applied science, a coded action with a certainty of results, which we’ll learn more about in our journey together.
A self-proclaimed “yoga universalist”, Sierra holds teacher certifications in multiple lineages and styles. While loving all yoga paths, Kundalini has been her mainstay. Sierra began her formal study of Kundalini at Ahimsa Ashram in 1992, as a student of Yogi Bhajan. Sierra is on the teaching staff at Warren Wilson College, Asheville Yoga Center and West Asheville Yoga and is E-RYT200 and RYT500 with a BA in Health Arts & Sciences. Watching others awaken and heal as a result of yoga has been profound and life-changing, leading Sierra to co-found Light A Path, a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing somatic therapies to underserved populations in western North Carolina.