Yoga Saga

 
Bringing a joyful reverence for a science that is ancient and transformational, Daniel Katsük understands that to be truly flexible, laughter wins.  Having performed as a musician on stage for over 17 years and a voice-actor for cartoons, Daniel brings a fun, inviting and child-like energy to Kundalini Yoga that can help anyone feel comfortable in their own skin or Yoga pants, while helping facilitate a deeper connection with our bodies, mind and Spirit.  Having taught Kundalini Yoga and facilitated workshops over four years at many Dallas/Ft. Worth Yoga studios, retreats and festivals, Daniel has his 200hr Certification with Yoga Alliance and is currently a part of a KRI 300hr Kundalini Yoga Training at Indra's Grace.  All classes and workshop offer live Native flutes, guitar, percussion, singing bowls, gong and Kirtan to accentuate the vibrational capacity for spelunking deep into the Heart of the matter by allowing the music to move in the moment with the need and atmosphere of the group.  Focused on creating workshops that delve into the Root Cause, release and create new and substantial patterning, each offering is a potent and invigorating experience filled with excitement, joy, humor and grit.  For Private Sessions, Classes, Workshops, Concert, Sound Healing and/or Cornbread Recipes, please contact HERE.  Sat Nam. 

“As a life long student of Shamanism and other ancient Teachings, I have always been drawn to the parallels of Kundalini Yoga and the Native American Warrior Path Philosophy.  Merging these two worlds is a natural union, for they both are actualization Pathways and involve powerful shadow work to create immediate results.  My main philosophy is that we do the work in the class, in the Lodge, in sacred ceremony so we can neutralize the need to experience it in the outer world, most of the time, caught off guard.  Shadow work is that work:  cutting the cords that no longer serve us by owning, forgiving and letting go of sabotaging patterns, thus opening the space for a new positive pattern to emerge.  Kundalini resonates with me for its odd beauty and quick potential in transforming every
 part of our being.
  It is as dexterous as the wind and as lithe as water.  Simultaneously grounding us in the depths of our body, it ignites the fires of passion to know the workings of our Soul, ever tied to the Ether.  My life has been changed immeasurably through Yoga, and so my goal is to be of service to others by helping pass on this sacred knowledge to anyone desiring to know.  I am ever thankful for the opportunity to share these teachings now in a class room, at conscious festivals and retreats.  Waheguru!”  ~Daniel Katsük~
 
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