To reach out your arms, heart wide open, ready to live in a state of love and grace, is a path every pilgrim strives for. Life becomes simple. Love is infinite. Without even knowing why we are called to do so, we blindly seek something to connect to. It is that state of yearning that leads us onto a spiritual pilgrimage.
In this workshop, Susan shares her experience with planned (and unplanned) spiritual pilgrimages, what it means to walk the path of a pilgrim, different pilgrimage sites around the world, and helps you plant the seeds for your own spiritual pilgrimage.
Susan Kiskis is a non-fiction author, pilgrim, and yoga instructor. She has stood on the Great Wall of China, meditated on the Ganges in India, hiked through jungles in Belize, and learned the meaning of pilgrimage on the Camino de Santiago.
An avid student, she is certified in over a dozen forms of healing arts including Ayurveda. Her yoga certifications include 200 RYT Vinyasa Flow, 40 Hour Vinyasa Flow, Prison Yoga, Yin Yoga. She is also a graduate of N.Y.C. Bhakti Yoga Center's Kirtan Connection program, has studied kirtan with kirtan wallah, David Newman.
Susan has spent the past twenty years as a freelance writer. In 2014, her debut memoir, Born Fire Dragon, was released. The story unfolds her challenging childhood, journey into her spiritual path, and finding love along the way.
Her second book, released Spring 2018, Let Me Carry You Home, chronicles her first trip to India, meeting her guru, and the invitation to love and let go.