Sudha is the founder and primary teacher of Kula Kamala Foundation, a 501c3 public charity. She is a YogaAcharya, C-IAYT, and a 500E-RYT registered with Yoga Alliance. She began practicing yoga in her early twenties and has found it to be a continually transformative, reaffirming and uplifting lifestyle, one which continues to help her integrate and connect more deeply.
With well over 3000 hours of advanced study in Yoga and its adjuncts, Sudha authored and directs a 200YTT, 300YTT, 870PYT, and two hospital based Yoga Therapy programs, in addition to other specialty training curriculum such as Goddess Based Wisdom and Tantra as a Practical Healing Methodology. For over 10 years, she has worked with abused and neglected children, at-risk teens, women in crisis, and individuals seeking spiritual clarity in their life and relationships. Sudha's experience and knowledge as a teacher, guide and advisor are grounded in decades of education, application, experience, and research. Personally and professionally, Sudha abides in principals and guidelines that are grounded in non-harming, empathy and compassionate discipline.
In addition to her skill and education in Yoga and Yoga Therapy, Sudha holds a PhD in Anthropology (expertise Biological Anthropology) and has held the position of Professor of Yoga and Meditation (Georgian Court University) and Professor of Cultural and Evolutionary Anthropology (Temple University and Monmouth University). She has published scholarly articles on ancient diet and it's relationship to health, disease and socio-political issues.
Sudha enjoys self expression and creativity. An artist in several mediums, she writes daily and has recently published her second book of poetry titles Seeds. Sudha has acted on stage and screen and is a spiritual, animal, human, social, and environmental advocate.
Sudha is available for inspirational talks and public speaking events.
To book Sudha Mataji at one of your events contact the ashram at 484-509-5073
Some of Sudha's previous and recent talks include:
Yoga: What It Is and What It Isn't
Mindfulness in Schools
How Yoga Therapy Can Support Special Needs Communities
Yoga Therapy & At-Risk Populations
Developing a Meaningful Yoga Therapy Curriculum
Developing a Meaningful Yoga Therapy Internship Program
Yama & Niyama. How to Live a Happy, Healthy Life.
The Power of Intention
The Goddess Traditions
The Secrets of the Sacred Feminine
Dasha Maha Vidya ~ The Ten Wisdom Goddesses
Kali ~ Time & Transformation
Mantra: Empowering the Sacred Through Sound
Embracing Peace in Our Time
Yoga & Ayurveda
Women's Health Through Ayurveda
The Bhagavad Gita as a Way to Live Spiritually
Resiliency: How Healthy Are You?
The Air You Breate Will Save Your Life. Pranayama for Modern Stress and Tension.
Yoga Therapy as a Bedside Modality in Hospitals
You, Yoga & Your Nervous System
Digestion: The Art and Efficacy of Healthy Poop
Digestion: We Are What Our Five Senses Feed Us
Getting to Know You: Cultivating a Healthier Workplace Through the Power of Positive Relationships
Metta Bhavana. The Art and Practice of Loving Kindness
The Empowerment of Women
Alignment: Body. Mind. Heart. Spirit.
Spiritual Activism, Animal Welfare & Environmental Sustainability
The Making of a New Feminism Based in Divinity, Equality & Oneness
Feminism & the Return of the Great Mother
Planting Seeds: Reminders of Yesterday, Thoughts for Today, Dreams of Tomorrow
Developing a Modern Day Ashram in Support of Community
To book Sudha to speak at one of your events, please contact her assistant Gwen at 484-509-5073.