Sat Nam! I began my journey as a professional Yoga Teacher in 2000. I was led to practice Yoga due to a chronic, painful low back compression combined with an intense early onset of Menopause. I was hesitant to go to a class but my friend (ANGEL) convinced me to try. After just one yoga class I was amazed at how much better I felt, balanced and stronger and instantly knew this was my dharmic path of Healing.
In 2005, I relocated from Las Vegas to Cedar City, Utah which turned out to be a significant turning point and became an incredible journey of transformation and evolution. This geographical shift created a training ground deep experience for my return to Las Vegas in March 2020 just in time for the great pandemic shut down of Las Vegas! The Kollective was ignited...
After serving the good people of Cedar City and surrounding areas in the UTAH community for 15 years, my return to Las Vegas was seamlessly manifested and intuitively guided to secure a Well Being space in the heart of the downtown Historic Arts District. Interestingly enough with the cross street being “Utah”. No coincidences, all Divine Providence Flow.
My mission continues to offer authentic teachings of Yoga as a genuine Spiritual Discipline and lifestyle guide. The technology of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation that was delivered to humanity via Yogi Bhajan is my personal practice and what I teach. The Science of Angles, Triangles and Awareness continues to elevate and strengthen my consciousness and supports my personal evolution and mastery of being a Spiritual Teacher.
I consider myself to be a Life Long Student as the more I become aware and teach, the more I become aware of how much more is to be experienced! It’s a wonderful Beginners Mind that keeps me renewed, feeling young and more and more Whole.I am a sound healer and utilize the quantum frequency of the Gongs and 7 Sacred Metal Bowls in my private one on one sessions as well as in all classes that I teach. Nature’s Cosmic cycles and rhythms are an intrinsic guide in the creation of the Soundscapes offered at the Kollective. I offer Teacher’s Training and continuing Education Workshops that are credentialed through the Kundalini Kollective College of Applied Yogic Science which is recognized by Yoga Alliance.
Ram Ravi has been practicing some form of yoga for most of her adult life. Hatha yoga saved her life and her sanity while she was living in Greece many years ago and it was there that she began her conscious journey into physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance. Years later while living in Tucson, AZ she was serendipitously guided to Kundalini Yoga and immediately connected with the kriyas, mantras and meditations and the beautiful community of like-minded souls searching for life’s meaning. She became a certified Level l instructor in 2016.
Teaching has also been an important part of Ram Ravi’s professional life and while she considers herself a life-long learner, she has also taught in a variety of settings. Whether teaching children or adults, she enjoys sharing her love of learning. She is a certified Rubenfeld Synergist and Reiki Master and brings a wealth of knowledge and experience about the body-mind-spirit connection to her classes, her own yoga practice and her life.
Ram Ravi brings her passion and love of the amazing science and life-changing technology of Kundalini Yoga to share with students of all ages and levels of yoga experience and ability.
A lifelong dancer and writer, Sangeeta is also a certified RYT vinyasa yoga teacher. When she discovered Kundalini at the Kollective, all the puzzle pieces were finally assembled. “This is it! This is exactly what I’m doing for the rest of my life!” Along her journey to self-discovery, she has had several career incarnations as a journalist, video editor and TV producer in Toronto and Los Angeles.
A healer by Human Design, kundalini has opened a portal for Sangeeta to discover her abilities to heal herself. Now, she is honored to be of service to share the wisdom of how others can nurture their own minds and bodies with a kundalini practice too. As a mom of three plus a dachshund, she is driven to make the world better by promoting mindfulness and inspiring individuals to grow in meaningful ways.
Anahata is an artist, musician, and ceremonialist who is grateful to call Las Vegas home for the last 2.5 years. She is also a reiki and sound healing practitioner and a transformational coach for those seeking guidance with ancestral healing. A strong component of her work includes healing the relationship one has with their inner child. She believes that our deepest fulfilment in the self-love journey begins when we can meet ourselves through unconditionally accepting and caring for the little one within each one of us.
Anahata discovered the miraculous effects of sound therapy while on her own healing journey and has since then worked with sound to powerfully manifest her dreams, embody her truth, improve emotional resilience, and awaken massive amounts of creativity in her life. She continues to be amazed by how transformative sound is and loves to share the science and art of it with others. In her style of sound healing, Vickie uses intentionally directed and arranged sounds and vibrations to invoke altered states of consciousness and promote the rebalancing of mind, body, and spirit.
Her earth mission is to help create a world where humans feel empowered to lead with love and be guided by the intuitive direction of the heart. Anahata’s many passions all intersect at holding loving space for people to come home to themselves. She is excited to bring a joyful, heart-centered approach to sharing the technology of Kundalini Yoga and looks forward to further deepening her love and appreciation for sound, music, and vibration through this practice.
When she’s not at TKK, you can probably find Anahata singing with her guitar or somewhere outdoors finding inspiration from mother nature.
Karina began her exploration of yoga in 2006 after attending her first hot-vinyasa class with a dear friend in Las Vegas, NV. She was immediately hooked to the health benefits, mental balance and vitality that yoga offered.
After 10 years of practice and a deep desire to attend training and to one day teach, Karina completed her first RYT Vinyasa Yoga training. In 2020, after experiencing first-hand the damaging neurological effects of Covid-19, her desire to heal and deepen her own meditation practice led her to Kundalini Yoga at the Kollective and to completing her Level 1 training in this Sacred Yogic Science.
Having served in the hospitality Industry in Las Vegas for more than 15 years and being a busy mom to a beautiful growing boy, taking care of others comes naturally, but the importance of self-care has become a crucial priority in her life as she now seeks to cultivate awareness, self-love, balance and healing in people of all ages and levels.
Ong Kar’s personal and professoinal passion focuses on optimizing human performance. He is the Founder & CEO of a digital health analytics company applying the latest science in diet, nutrition, exericse, sleep, and mind-body awareness to health optimization.
Ong Kar holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Northeastern University in Boston. He also holds an executive Master’s Degree in the emerging field of neuroleadership.
When Ben first got into Yoga, he noticed a lot of the classes here in the West were geared more toward a physical workout. While he believes a healthy body is very important, he was looking for a more meditative practice where he could slow down, breathe, connect, and go within. Eventually he found this (and so much more) in Kundalini Yoga.
The word Yoga means “to unite." Yoga and Meditation is a way to connect or unite with our higher selves, the light within, the Universe, the Infinite, the Divine. In a typical Kundalini class we use many tools including poses, movement, breath work, meditation, mantras, relaxation, and more. This powerful practice helps you free yourself, clear and release that which doesn’t serve you in order to make more room for love and light. Clearing these blocks so the energy is flowing properly allows us to get out of the way of our most powerful healer, ourselves.
Ben doesn't know of anyone who’s walked in to a Yoga class thinking, “OK, how can I make myself a worse person." That’s one of the things he loves about being a part of a Yoga class. It’s such a positive environment, everyone is there trying to become the best version of themselves. As a teacher, he feels it has been a profound privilege and joy just to hold space for this. In Ben's class you’re encouraged to come as you are. Whether you’re having the best day of your life, or if you’re in your darkest chapter, whether it’s your first Yoga class, or if you’ve been practicing all your life, everyone is welcome. We create a safe place where no one is watching or judging you. It’s not about being the most flexible person in the room, it’s about doing your best and allowing yourself the time and space to tune in, surrender to your truth, and get in the flow.
Cassandra is a playful, nomadic yogini with an eclectic offering inspired by ten years of immersion in ancient healing traditions. She moved to Vegas to pursue a Doctorate in Physical Therapy and is deeply passionate about the mind-body-spirit connection.
As an athlete, she was introduced to yoga as “stretching” nearly two decades ago. This immediately sparked an intense love-affair that led to a life-long journey of devoted exploration. Most recently, she was living in Thailand studying Thai massage and Reiki. Her thirst for knowledge is insatiable. She is tantric in her approach to life, on and off the mat, and embraces all things as interconnected and sacred.
Elena has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since 2018. She is a teacher trained in Yogi Bhajan’s healing technologies and various other subtle and physical healing modalities. Kundalini Yoga and Meditation is
a lightning-fast practice for directly reconnecting with who you are, cutting through anxiety, depression, and other low frequency states, and freeing up your abundant natural energy.
Elena holds master’s degree in social work. In her classes she incorporates contemporary science and practical everyday applications. Elena’s classes are meditative and deeply healing and provide a variety
of tools that you can take into your daily life.
Abhaya has been a student of yoga since the 1980’s and has been teaching since 2000. She is the Advertising Manager for the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She received her C-IAYT (Yoga Therapy Certification) in 2015.
Always the student and intrigued by Ayurveda, Abhaya quickly realized the important relationship between yoga and Ayurveda, She received her 300- hour Ayurvedic Health Educator certification in 2003 and her Ayurvedic Wellness Counselor certification in 2019.
Ayurveda has remained her passion. “it is Ayurveda that brought me closer to the teachings of yoga. They are the heads and tail of the same coin.” In 2013, she added a Cranial Sacral certification to her toolbox. “This is such a beautiful mix – being able to integrate the teachings of yoga with ayurveda and cranial sacral work.”
Abhaya currently teaches yoga therapy and YIN at Sun City Summerlin. In addition, she is a guest teacher at the Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy School, where she teaches the Ayurveda module to the yoga therapy students. Abhaya believes that to study, practice, and teach what one has learned is one of the greatest joys in life.