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One of few things that helps me as much as Kundalini Yoga is to write. I find writing extremely cathartic and also a wonderful way to connect. That is why I blog and why I especially love it when you comment, share, email me… just join in the conversation.

Every Sunday (and occasionally more often) I write a blog post here for anyone who would like a little more insight in to my current reality or latest fancy dress inspired fun. Yes, I really do love to dress up. No shame. (No kink shaming is permitted in the land of Sara-Jayne Kundalini. We are radically inclusive and open-minded. Always.)

I’ve been writing blogs for around 17 years now. With the occasional break. It’s not the most popular of formats these days but, to me, it’s one of the most magical. One day I will crack open the archives and take you on journey back in time to what my brain was like in my twenties. Hint: peculiar! But for now, we’ll stick with the present. It is, after all, where I aim to be.

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Minecraft Massacres, Plaintive Paws and Poems That Melt My Icy Cold Heart: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Hello lovely humans It’s exceedingly grey and miserable here in the ever-glamourous Wolverhampton. This feels to me the perfect excuse to stay home and ignore the plaintive sounds of Rebel the Golden Retriever, who sits across from me as I type, occasionally offering her paw as a gentle signal that I am not, in thisContinue reading “Minecraft Massacres, Plaintive Paws and Poems That Melt My Icy Cold Heart: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

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Manifesting Cosiness, Getting Creative and Storytelling Through Music, No Matter How Twee… What I Have Been Up To This Week…

Hello lovely humans I write to you from my usual Sunday spot, curled up in an armchair, wrapped in blankets with a warm drink within arm’s reach, always. I write my blog in this way each week and I relish this quiet hour. I so wish I could stay this way for longer periods ofContinue reading “Manifesting Cosiness, Getting Creative and Storytelling Through Music, No Matter How Twee… What I Have Been Up To This Week…”

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Hell States, Fronted Adverbials, Safety and Beautiful Cephalopods Souls: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Hello lovely humans We’re a month in to 2021 and it’s been… an experience(!) already. Lockdown 3, if you’re in the United Kingdom, has really pushed at my buttons. Buttons I wasn’t entirely aware were still functioning. The pandemic has come closer to home than ever for me, this month, with many people I knowContinue reading “Hell States, Fronted Adverbials, Safety and Beautiful Cephalopods Souls: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Making The Ordinary Sacred What Is Sacred Space? And Do Spaces Have A Gender?

At the start of every Kundalini Global class you will most likely, and most definitely in my classes, hear the teacher state that we will begin by opening a sacred space. What does that mean? I can give you my own explanation, but I’m very interested in what it brings to mind for you? WhatContinue reading “Making The Ordinary Sacred What Is Sacred Space? And Do Spaces Have A Gender?”

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30 Days of Anxiety, Scrolling Slower and Building Lockdown Community Online

Hello lovely humans I am a big advocate for journaling, for writing more generally too. I find it to be a soothing practise and also one that truly aids me in becoming more aware of my own thought processes, emotions and triggers.  I have taken on a practise of drawing what my anxiety looks likeContinue reading “30 Days of Anxiety, Scrolling Slower and Building Lockdown Community Online”

A Week of Reflections, Part 3: You Are More Powerful Than You Can Imagine

Hello lovely humans, As I close my week of posts in which I reflect on some of the many lessons I have learned through 2020, through the journey to becoming a Kundalini Global yoga teacher and all that the experience of that began to shift in all other aspects of my life, I wanted toContinue reading “A Week of Reflections, Part 3: You Are More Powerful Than You Can Imagine”

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A Week of Reflections, Part 2: No! Is a Complete Sentence. The Importance of Boundaries.

Hello lovely humans, How are we today? It’s snowing this morning! Heavily. What a gorgeous thing. I woke up today, had a cold shower (much needed) lit a fire, did a magical 6am pranayama class with Carolyn Cowan and then looked out of the window to see the world had turned white. So magical. IContinue reading “A Week of Reflections, Part 2: No! Is a Complete Sentence. The Importance of Boundaries.”

A Week of Reflections, Part 1: The Courage to Be Disliked

Hello lovely lovely humans How are we all? My Christmas was the quietest and calmest I can remember. That silence – well, as much silence as you can possibly get in a home that includes 3 children, 3 cats and a Golden Retriever who enjoys nothing more than barking at a stray Wotsit that’s somehowContinue reading “A Week of Reflections, Part 1: The Courage to Be Disliked”

Blossoms, Bones, Divine Life, Divine Trees, Christmas Heaven and a Gift From Me to You: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Happy Sunday lovely humans Before I get to anything else, I would just like to mention that I am offering a free class on Wednesday 30th December at 2.00pm, UK time. A post Christmas gift. If you would like to come you simply need to make sure you have added yourself to my email newsletter.Continue reading “Blossoms, Bones, Divine Life, Divine Trees, Christmas Heaven and a Gift From Me to You: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

I Am: Grateful! Why Training To Teach Kundalini Global, Is The Best Thing I Have Ever Done…

Hello lovely humans So, this week, I finished teaching for the year. I decided I needed a little pause before Christmas, some time for some stillness and reflection before the chaos of having 3 very excited children in the run up to Christmas Day. When I finished my final class on Friday I was takenContinue reading “I Am: Grateful! Why Training To Teach Kundalini Global, Is The Best Thing I Have Ever Done…”

Almost Blinded, 12 Foot Trees, Your Magic Brain and Why I May Be Dressed as A Bauble For Days: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Lovely lovely humans. I have been neglecting you and I am so sorry! My little life has been a whirlwind in these past three weeks, even more so than usual, and whilst to be busy is not new to me, I have had so few opportunities to pause, to be still, to run myself aContinue reading “Almost Blinded, 12 Foot Trees, Your Magic Brain and Why I May Be Dressed as A Bauble For Days: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

A Brand New Brain, Teapot Toucans, The Hair of Dead Loved Ones Woven in To Art and, of course, A LOT of Yoga: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Happy Sunday lovely humans. I greet you as such assuming you are, indeed, all human. Sometimes I do wonder. Let me know! On Friday it was my birthday. Friday the 13th. Very lucky indeed. Do you believe in the concept of luck? A while back a read a book called the Luck Archives that wasContinue reading “A Brand New Brain, Teapot Toucans, The Hair of Dead Loved Ones Woven in To Art and, of course, A LOT of Yoga: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Lycra-Clad Dance Parties, New Moon Intentions, Hacking The Primitive Brain and The Unsettling Art of Anatomy… What I Have Been Up To This Week

Happy Sunday lovely humans! I am in an exquisite mood today. No particular reason, as such, I just feel as if a LOT of things have shifted energetically over the last few weeks. Do you agree? Irregardless of the why, I am sooooo enjoying my mind being more still than it has been for weeks.Continue reading “Lycra-Clad Dance Parties, New Moon Intentions, Hacking The Primitive Brain and The Unsettling Art of Anatomy… What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Six Foot Skeleton Taxi Adventures, Watermelon Brains and The Courage To Be Disliked: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Hello lovely humans Before we get to classes and books and introspection I know many of you are absolutely desperate to know what I ended up dressing up as for Halloween. And I do worry that you may be disappointed in me. You see, after much reflection I had a truly epic idea. However, theContinue reading “Six Foot Skeleton Taxi Adventures, Watermelon Brains and The Courage To Be Disliked: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Pondering My Ability to Supersede a Zombie Orangutan, Coffee over Sleep and The Anatomy of Caress: What I Have Been Up To This Week

I need help! You see, in my house, Halloween is kind of a big deal. Me and my children LOVE it. We have boxes full of decorations that have been collected over the years that we eagerly count down the days to unpacking, we ALWAYS have a special Halloween themed breakfast that usually involves meContinue reading “Pondering My Ability to Supersede a Zombie Orangutan, Coffee over Sleep and The Anatomy of Caress: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Smelly Tomatoes, Swearing in Showers, The Magic of Silence and Smashing Plates: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Happy Sunday fellow, magical, humans. I spent a big chunk of this week boiling hot (whilst repeatedly boiling the kettle) and feeling smelly. Not the best combination. Not at all. Something curious involving a valve happened to the boiler and the central heating got stuck ON very very high whilst no hot water would emergeContinue reading “Smelly Tomatoes, Swearing in Showers, The Magic of Silence and Smashing Plates: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Acer Tree Endorphins, Aphrodisiacs by the Kilo, and the Beguilement of Angels Invading in Raindrops: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Hello everyone. I’ve decided I need a little bit of a social media break this week. My mind needs soothing. To be cleansed of the agitation of algorithms and the senseless stream of scrolling that comes to my mind when I try to drift off to sleep. I so love creating the content for myContinue reading “Acer Tree Endorphins, Aphrodisiacs by the Kilo, and the Beguilement of Angels Invading in Raindrops: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Swamp Creatures, Hector the Heron and the Romance of Sweeping Chimneys: What I Have Been Up To This Week

Hello fellow humans Time folded in on itself this week. It feels as if I span around and it was Sunday again. Time flies when you are having an experience of life that very much ties in with why we desperately need yoga right now – life is busy! Busy and uncertain but, luckily forContinue reading “Swamp Creatures, Hector the Heron and the Romance of Sweeping Chimneys: What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Magic Trees, Women Who Speak To My Soul, And Forevermore Existing in a Cloud of Fairy Dust, What I Have Been Up To This Week

Happy Sunday. It seems this weekly update is the natural pattern I have fallen in to. It’s so very lovely to sit down after my morning practise with a cup of tea and reflect on the week that’s gone by. I hope yours has been magical. This week I was very happy to begin teachingContinue reading “Magic Trees, Women Who Speak To My Soul, And Forevermore Existing in a Cloud of Fairy Dust, What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Beautiful Beasts, Radiant Wellness, Faded Rainbows and Open Hearted Cacao, What I Have Been Up To This Week

It’s been another busy week for me. Indeed, with three children, three cats, a dog, a partner and a very messy house, every week is extremely busy. And it’s a good thing. I love to be busy. This week has involved a lot of catching up. Work, emails, laundry… life! Coming slowly ‘out’ of lockdownContinue reading “Beautiful Beasts, Radiant Wellness, Faded Rainbows and Open Hearted Cacao, What I Have Been Up To This Week”

Tigers, Gratitude and A Large Dollop of Pride, What I Have Been Up to This Week

Life has been busy this week, yet, be it because we have been getting back in to our ‘normal’ routine of early mornings and school runs and work days, or the fact that Autumn, and the changing seasons at this time of year, is absolutely when I usually find myself feeling brand new, it hasContinue reading “Tigers, Gratitude and A Large Dollop of Pride, What I Have Been Up to This Week”

The Language of Yoga: ‘What did she just say…?’

Before I get on to ‘talking’ langauge, I wanted to say a massive thank you to everyone who came along to my two free classes this week. I enjoyed both classes hugely and can’t wait to be back on the mat with you on Monday (7th September) at 7:00 pm, and Wednesday (9th September) atContinue reading “The Language of Yoga: ‘What did she just say…?’”

NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK: TRY FOR FREE. Plus, cows, prayers, feathers, feminists and sluts, (what I have been up to this week.)

JOIN MY NEWSLETTER FOR DETAILS OF TWO FREE CLASSES THIS WEEK AND ALL THE INFORMATION ON HOW TO JOIN This week is all change for me. I am starting my new, online, class times, with an offer of trying them out for free. I do hope some of you can join me. The classes willContinue reading “NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK: TRY FOR FREE. Plus, cows, prayers, feathers, feminists and sluts, (what I have been up to this week.)”

Calling in the Divine Feminine: why it is important for yoga and for life

In Kundalini Global yoga classes, calling on our Divine Feminine energy is a key element in what makes the practise exceptional. Exceptional in its kindness, in its openness to all humans and in its ability to really allow ANYONE practising to connect with themselves. Whilst I feel that the binary language here (indeed all binaryContinue reading “Calling in the Divine Feminine: why it is important for yoga and for life”

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SARA-JAYNE KUNDALINI

Trained in 2020 by the incredible Carolyn Cowan, Sara-Jayne is a passionate, creative and radically inclusive yoga teacher based in Wolverhampton, UK.

Classes take place online, either in a group or via one-on-one sessions which can be booked on this site.

Do you have questions about classes or want to get in touch?

You can contact Sara-Jayne via email:

sarajayneedwards@gmail.com

Sara-Jayne is based in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom.

Sara-Jayne can travel to teach, and to facilitate workshops.

Sara-Jayne Kundalini: Fun, Dogma-Free, Very Human and Very Kind.

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