Ruby Renshaw, MBA
For many years I owned my own accounting practice and after moving to Houston, Texas and completing my MBA, I worked in the field of management consulting. My thesis had been “Tracking the Impact of Business & Spirituality” and I worked with Fortune 500 Human Resource Managers to design systems and measures for cultural initiatives.
I was introduced to Kundalini Yoga thru a random DVD purchase in 1994 and practiced at home before discovering an ashram in Houston. There, I met a teacher, Guruatma K. Khalsa, who gently guided me into the depth, breadth and potential of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation in 6 a.m. classes.
Moving to Santa Fe in 2011, I participated in the yoga teacher training at Yoga Santa Fe primarily to deepen my own personal practice and understanding; secondarily I discovered an interest in teaching and a desire to dive more deeply into the integrative aspect of the yoga.
Today, I incorporate the science of Kundalini into all aspects of my life, including my art, the classes and workshops I teach, and the meditative management consulting I deliver to leaders and entrepreneurs.
While the core of the focus of my work continues to be about growth, empowerment, and expansion, my methods now include a primary focus on leaders “going within”, through simple meditation techniques, in order to access epiphanies and wide-perspective on strategy and implementation.
My strength lies in strategic planning, developing systems to track implementation, and the directive of cultural assets towards maximum performance. My passion lies in working with leadership to establish plans and alignment of assets from a very deep view of overall direction.
My expertise is providing the space to explore new realms of possibility, access shifts in perspective, and assist in the design and development of communication and systems that gracefully implement evolutionary vision.
I have been speaking, writing about, and working to demonstrate how to effortlessly integrate successful business practices and conscious practices for over twenty-five years. During that time, I have worked with hundreds of entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, and Fortune 500 companies including Baker Hughes, KPMG, Shell International and Sterling Bank.
When appropriate, I integrate meditation into
Cultural Initiatives – Leadership Development – Management Consulting – Needs & Gap Assessments – Organizational Development – Start-ups – Strategic Planning & Implementation – Training & Facilitation
In case you are interested….more about me
I presented at the initial International Conferences on Business & Consciousness on invisible wealth in organizations after completing my master’s thesis on Business & Spirituality. My articles have appeared in numerous publications including Business Spirit Journal – Bringing Consciousness to Business; Emerging Lifestyles; The Houston Business Journal; and The World Business Academy’s Quarterly Journal Perspectives. I have also written an eBook Becoming a Source of Good: Seven Simple Success Practices to Transform Your Business and the World.
I was introduced to Kundalini Yoga thru a random DVD purchase in 1994 and practiced at home on my own before discovering the yoga studio and small community of the ashram in Houston, Texas where I was living at the time. There, I met a teacher who gently guided me into the depth, breadth and potential of Kundalini Yoga & Meditation in 6 a.m. yoga classes.
Moving to Santa Fe in 2011, I participated in the yoga teacher training at Yoga Santa Fe primarily to deepen my own personal practice and understanding; secondarily I discovered an interest in teaching and a desire to dive more deeply into the meditative aspect of the yoga. I now teach public yoga & meditation classes several times a week in the small village where I now live near Santa Fe, New Mexico at The Temple of Entrada.
I incorporate meditation into all of my business consulting and facilitation. When specifically delivering, the PAUSE program, I facilitate an inquiry into the client’s individual chakra health and the impact on the seven-key-components of a business. The spectrum of epiphanies and satisfaction my clients receive from this exploration has been the most rewarding experience of my career to-date.