Customer Spotlight: One Heart Yoga

Hi, it’s Heather from the Halloo marketing team! I recently connected with one of our contest winners, Siri Amrit Kaur of One Heart Yoga, who told me a bit about her business.

One Heart Yoga specializes in Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan® which is often referred to as “the yoga of awareness.” This practice combines physical movement with breath and sound to create a mind/body experience, increase sensitivity, and connect with your inner self. This type of yoga is particularly helpful in counteracting the stresses we experience from the constant bombardment of information and stimulation throughout our daily lives.

This tradition has been passed down for thousands of years. The Kundalini Yoga practice was first passed down secretly from master to student until Yogi Bhajan developed an open and formalized style that exists throughout the world today. If you get over to One Heart Yoga, make sure to ask Siri Amrit how she got involved in this style of yoga. She’ll share a great story that involves roller blading and following a random car of women in Santa Fe!

Kundilini Yoga classes typically contain 5-10 minutes of warm-up, 30-45 minutes of kriya (or yoga sets – specific movements done in a set order), 5-15 minutes of relaxation, and 11-30 minutes of meditation. One Heart Yoga tends to offer classes in 12 week sets focusing around themes such as the nervous or glandular systems, happiness, prosperity, and many others. Particular focus areas can be helpful as there are more than 3,000 possible yoga sets and 2,000 meditations available.

After conducting an extensive online search, Siri Amrit found Halloo’s virtual phone system to be the best product at the best price for their needs. By partnering with Halloo, One Heart Yoga is able to present a solid business presence via phone to their customers. Since Halloo doesn’t require extra landlines or special equipment, the folks at One Heart Yoga could quickly get their system up and running. Siri Amrit likes her One Heart Yoga voicemails to go to her email, rather than her home phone. She says, “It’s nice to have a choice over when I take those calls. It’s nice to have Halloo.”