I first found myself in a Gurmukh Experience in 2008 on the banks of the Mata Ganga (Mother Ganges) River during the International Yoga Festival at Parmarth Niketan Ashramin Rishikesh, India – the birthplace of yoga. I had spent time at Parmarth the year before and thought their Yoga Festival sounded AUMazing. So by God's grace, I gathered a group of 15 and we set off to experience it first hand!
SoulJour is a mindset. It’s the courage it takes to look in the mirror and uncover the veil. It’s the focus it takes to scream down a mountain bike trail with a cliff on one side and poison oak on the other. It’s the freedom felt when the band kicks it into high gear and everyone tunes into the same frequency. SoulJours are edgy and disruptive – while always being mindful of Mother Earth and the roots of yoga. We believe in leaving a mark, but also in leaving no trace.