Satsang

Find your Spirit Before Finding Your Tribe

It wasn’t until I came to yoga that I heard the phrase, “Finding my tribe.”  When I first heard it used by a yoga teacher, it did not resonate with me, but then again, many “yogaisms” don’t.  For example,...Read More

Intention and letting the source handle the details

Last week I wrote about how in comparison with my younger self, I now lead a life with no control.  Of course I don’t mean I live a life without direction or intention but I realize that trying to...Read More

Big Weekend and Start to Fall Routines

Labour Day marks the end of summer and start of routines.  For some it means starting a new fitness routine or returning back to one that was shelved for the summer.  With many people engaged in the learning process...Read More

Looking back to mark change

I am normally not a fan of spending too much time thinking about the past. My wife would read that sentence and quickly point out that I have a habit of watching music videos from the 80’s and talking...Read More

Happy International Yoga Day and Father’s Day and Solstice

Lots to celebrate today!  We had a busy week at Ekahi.  The hi-lights were: Small Shop at Night Free Classes, Swami Kenananda, and YogAlign workshop. We welcomed dozens of new family members into Ekahi with amazing deal on Small...Read More

Siri, Swami, and Shopping!

Aloha friends, It has been so great welcoming new family members to Ekahi. Many new people signed up with our amazing summer special. If you missed it, don’t worry, we still have some amazing deals for first timers and...Read More

Wonderful Week at Ekahi

Hi family, An end draws to an amazing week.  We welcomed some new family members and had some lovely outdoor classes and some great meditations.   Bike to Work Week was a tremendous success.  We want to be back...Read More

Featured Instructor Sonia Thompson

May is continuing to delight our senses in the Okanagan.  Beautiful spring flowers are already giving way to the verdant greens and thick foliage that will carry us through the summer.  The broad leafy deciduous are providing nice shade...Read More

Satasangs, Ho’oponopono, and Mindfulness

Now that title is a mouthful!   There seems to be a lot of confusion out there with what exactly mindfulness is.  I teach a forgiveness meditation called Ho’ponopono.  The Hawaiian word essentially means to forgive and reconcile.  In...Read More