Atma is a certified instructor of Kriya Yoga and meditation. Her training includes study with master meditation teachers and scholars in India, Europe and UK, as well as a postgraduate in Theology and Religious Studies. Atma is also a macrobiotic health advisor and writer dedicated to researching and speaking about ethical, philosophical and theological perspectives on Divine Love and Sattvic lifestyle. Atma offers a wide range of services to bring about balance and harmony thought ancient yogic techniques such as breathing, awareness exercises, meditation and plant based nutrition.
The practice includes Kriya Yoga asanas (physical postures), Kriya pranayama breathing, Kriya mantra (sacred sound) and Kriya meditation work integrally to raise one's consciousness and energetic level. Kriya Yoga is for everyone, universal and non-denominational. It is for anyone who aspires to happiness, joy and love in their life and in their relationships with others. It is effective for one and all, regardless of previous experience.
Contemplation is coming to know one’s true self, and learning one’s relationship to the world. It involves everyone’s vocation to be fully human, aware of who we are, and how we relate to others. Trappist Monk and scholar of comparative religion explains that spiritual formation cannot take place in isolation, but must be grounded in the experience of relationships and community.
“Contemplation is, above all, awareness of the reality of that source”