Celebrating Feminine Divine


“Even though the divine is all-pervasive, and is everything, still the glory of the divine is visible wherever there is a ray of glory”

– Swami Dayananda –

Nectar of Navarātri

The Vedic & Tantra tradition offer countless means to discover the divinity within, including relating to supreme divine forms through teachings, stories and devotional practices. 

Navarātri is the nine nights dedicated to celebrating the feminine divine. There are several Navarātri times per year, but the October one is considered of upmost importance, as it comes during the great time of the harvest – a profound example of the abundance of mother earth. 

stories, teachings & Mantra Recitation

This deep offering is meant to guide you to a profound place in your spiritual journey. It is a perfect companion to your study of Tantra, Yoga or the Bhagavad Gitā, bringing you deep into your own heart, where the feminine divine rests within us all. The Navarātri time is a perfect time to soften and be “cracked open” in the best of ways, opening yourself to new healing, transformation and inner illumination of your own divine purpose, gifts, and journey. 


3-Part Online Offering
Part 1: Durgā Devī: October 7, 2pm PST
Part 2: Lakṣmi Devī: October 10, 2pm PST
Part 3: Sarasvati Devī: October 13, 2pm PST

In each 90 minute class, Kaya will lovingly guide you relationship with the feminine divine through stories, metaphor, teachings and mantra. She will use textural references from the Vedic & Tantra tradition and teachings from the oral tradition inherited from her teachers.  

Students of this program will expand and deepen their knowledge, and, if they choose be able to launch their spiritual year with an authentic daily devotional practice. 

Online & Recorded

Nectar of Navrātri

The devi mantra is one of the few things I’ve been consistent with in a long time. It’s grounding. It’s beautiful. It’s a practice
- Tamsie
I think it’s become a life practice for me. Just love chanting it every morning! And I find myself chanting particular verses in the day when things come up. It’s magical.
- Katie
Relationship with the feminine divine has been one of the most beloved, surprising and deepening aspects of my practice and life.

Navarātri is a sacred and important time to deepen one’s practice, make extra time for practice, or launch a new practice for the year. 


If you’ve been wanting to bring devotion, mantra, bhakti, and deeper practice and connection to the divine into your life, this is the time to begin. 

This is one of the only times of year that I have been given the blessing by my mentor to share Goddess mantras in a group context. 
If you feel called to devote time to cultivate your personal relationship with the feminine divine, I would be honored to share this beautiful heart opening time with you. 
Online & Recorded

Nectar of Navrātri

Recommended Companion Programs

Spinal Twists & Supreme Love

October Theme in the SRY Studio: Explore what it is to twist in ways unlike any approach you have experienced. Most forms of āsana talk about “heart opening” but actually emphasize twisting already-easy-to-move areas {your neck and waist}. SRY twists are true heart openers, that truly decompress the region behind your heart, whilst protecting your waist and neck. 
This theme offers blissful, softening, nurturing SRY practice emphasizing seated and reclined twists. 
Each weekly practice will be threaded with teachings on the nature of supreme love from Vedic Scripture.  

Sanskrit Pronunciation

2 Hour Video Course

Learn to read transliteration {Sanskrit represented in English}, understand how to pronounce Sanskrit words more successfully and gain understanding for the divine language that brings together sacred sounds and meaning.

  • The Profound Value & Potential of Sanskrit
  • Commonly mis-pronounced Sanskrit Words
  • How to Read Sanskrit when it is transliterated into English
  • How to pronounce all of the 50 Sanskrit sounds
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What about Namaste?

Access a rich teaching from Kaya about the true meaning and use of Namaste, whether or not to use it in a yoga class, the mantra Kaya uses to end yoga classes and the deeper meaning it holds about individual, collective and divine karma!