In the west, Tantra is often associated with sexual practice, but Tantra is so much more…
If you ask 100 yogis for a definition of yoga, you would have over 100 different answers… Tantra would lead to 100 more. Embracing all of who you are is Tantra, as well as learning to transform all of our energies for positivity and healing. Tantra is understanding the balance of the masculine and the feminine – and also that there are many ways to co-create our realities together. Saul David Raye shares his knowledge with Big Happy Day.
Saul David Raye is an internationally acclaimed teacher, healer and spiritual activist known for his empowering and transformational approach to yoga, healing and spirituality. Saul’s teaching draws on the depth of the Yoga tradition, Bhakti, Tantra and all forms of universal light, love and wisdom. Through the grace of his teachers and guides he is able to bring alive the ancient wisdom teachings for modern seekers. The depth of Saul’s teaching allows students to connect deeply with their own authentic power, spirit and truth.
A pioneering and inspiring presence in Yoga’s evolution in the west, Saul’s authentic and heart-centered teaching has influenced thousands of students and teachers around the world. He holds certifications in Yoga, bodywork and energy healing and is an ordained minister and musician who infuses his classes with healing music and chants. He has been on the faculty of International and National conferences and festivals for years, and has presented alongside many luminaries in the Spiritual world. Saul shares this work through teacher trainings, workshops, classes, sacred journey’s to ancient power sites and sacred music. SaulDavidRaye.com
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