San Francisco-based yoga teacher and musician Nat Kendall has traveled the world with Rusty Wells and Janet Stone, just released his third album, and brings a deep and joyful dive into Bhakti yoga wherever he goes. He creates spaces filled with kindness, laughter, chanting and great music. But his magic goes beyond that; his presence gives you the safety to go further in your own practice, and the courage to truly open up your heart.
Nat has an impressive musical background. He played in the hip-hop band Eighttrack Mind for six years, opening for acts like The Wailers, Blackalicious, Wu Tang Clan and Michael Franti. When he found yoga more than ten years ago, he discovered a way to merge his music with his spiritual practice. He has completed two teacher trainings with Rusty Wells, studied extensively with Jai Uttal, played at Bhakti Fest in Joshua Tree, and now travels with Janet Stone around the globe as a musician and workshop leader.
We are honored and absolutely thrilled that Nat is joining us, and we know you’re going to love it! If it’s a possibility (due to current circumstances), he will fly to Sweden and spend the weekend with us, infusing our retreat with music, song and love. If he can’t fly here, he will join us virtually and hold a workshop with us on Saturday afternoon.
You can find Nat’s new album “Breath of the Beloved” on iTunes and Spotify. Follow him on Instagram @natkendallyoga and check out his website www.natkendall.com.