I walked into my first Kundalini yoga class about 15 years ago. I had done other forms of yoga before but none had prepared me for the experience of Kundalini. I was soothed by the beautiful music that played, known as mantras, and the chanting all around me. “Let the nervous system adjust,” I heard, and obediently my body vibrated as if it knew how to do the adjustments naturally. We meditated to the healing sounds of mantras and as we laid down to rest the powerful sounds of the gong took me to a place that I had forgotten, where peace, gratitude, and the feeling of well-being are found. In 2006, I graduated as a Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Teacher from Golden Bridge Yoga, a studio in Los Angeles. Though there are many branches of yoga, the right branch will find the student according to their path.