Meaning support in Sanskrit, Adhara helps women find spiritual connection within themselves and the multi faceted world, and cultivate a constant curiosity that results in living an engaged life.
ADHARA ON WORDS
One word, one article, one conversation - depending upon who is receiving it - has an unlimited number of interpretations or meanings, and generate an infinite amount of emotions and thoughts that result in innumerous actions.
Centered around a central theme, each issue explores a spiritual question through a uniquely paired spiritual approach applied to genres from religion and history to technology, politics and current events – creating the fertile ground for you to add your viewpoints, questions and challenges. Whether thought-provoking, educational or challenging, you’ll be left inspired and supported to take action that will add to the wealth of impact women are leaving on the world – just as those we highlight in our pages.
ADHARA AT DAWN
Our days are filled, but how intention-full are our days? The dawn is an energetic opening in time when you have the power to set the intention, and the direction, of your day to come.
The Adhara at Dawn system supports you in uncovering and implementing a personalized morning practice that best suits you, your life phase and your day ahead. It includes an interactive app, website, and a series of cards decks and journals carefully designed to cultivate an ever-evolving practice that moves beyond ritual or routine by combining self awareness + action + connection.
Join Adhara, NY Yoga Life Magazine and Ali Cramer for a night of movement, music and connection.
Friday, April 17 | 7 - 9pm | Yoga Shanti NYC
Hosted by Iana Velez, Editor-in-Chief of NY Yoga Life Magazine, Ali Cramer, Co-Creative Director and Senior Yoga and Ayurveda Teacher at Laughing Lotus NY, and Adhara Founder, Alaina Gurwitz.