Cate discovered Kundalini Yoga by accident over 15 years ago. Walking into a yoga class at the fitness center in her office building, she happened upon it and was surprised and thrilled by how engaged, energized, and inspired it made her feel. She’s been practicing ever since. In 2008, she completed her teacher training at Golden Bridge Yoga in New York City with Hari Kaur Khalsa. Currently, Cate offers private lessons with Kundalini-scriptions (a daily just-right-for-you practice); she teaches Kundalini Yoga at The Karuna Shala in Glen Ridge, NJ; and she runs her signature series, Meditation and Mantra Immersion Experiences for Women twice a month at NJ Acupuncture, Wellness, and Fertility in Montclair, NJ. You can find out more about Cate and her work at

3 responses to “Yoga for Addiction: Activate the Third Chakra”

  1. Karen

    Cate, thank you! I’m building my KY resources as and when I can, so I really appreciate being pointed in the right direction :)

  2. Cate Baily

    Dear Karen,

    I’m glad you responded. Sorry for your frustration. You can watch the beautiful teacher Anne Novak perform the wake up series mentioned above on Youtube here:

    If I find any of the other practices mentioned online, I’ll comment again.

    All the best to you and enjoy your practice! Sat Nam!

    Cate Baily

  3. Karen

    SpiritVoyage is a great resource. I read the articles here almost every day, and the instructional videos are FANTASTIC.

    Unfortunately, the articles sometimes assume that we have access to the books referenced. I can’t currently afford them, and some of them aren’t published in my country, I can’t get any of them through my library system, and there’s no KY teacher in my area. Which is a tad frustrating. I know there are great kriyas and meditations out there, but when the only information the articles give is that they’re in a particular book I don’t have access to, I’m stumped. What can I do? If there’s a standard name for a kriya, I can at least use that to search online for further information. How best to tackle this?

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