Kula Dudes

Yoga for men by men for the betterment of all.

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Definition - What does Kula mean?

Kula is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “community,” “clan” or “tribe.” This word is sometimes used by the yoga community to denote the sense of inclusion and belonging that can be cultivated through yogis coming together to practice yoga.

This kula, or community, of yogis is considered sacred because it is a group of people who come together freely, with intention and a shared sense of purpose. In this way, the traditional idea of yoga as a personal and individual practice can be expanded to include more social aspects and experiences of connection with others as well as the self.

Your Coach

Spencer Harber works in personal health practices. He offers a combined 18 years’ experience in a variety of healing mediums. He holds both a Master’s of Arts and Post Baccalaureate Certificate in health & wellness coaching and is accredited by the International Consortium of Health & Wellness Coaches (ICHWC).

Spencer has completed his 200-hour yoga teacher training and is certified through Yoga Alliance USA, after completing yoga studies in Rishikesh, India. As a trained massage therapist and healer, he has crafted a unique massage practice utilizing acupressure, aromatherapy, Reiki, and myofascial release allowing patients to get reacquainted with their bodies. By adopting a plant-based diet, he has found health through nutrition.

Through yoga, he works with clients to transform repetitive behavior patterns in those that seek higher levels of attainment. Writing has opened new doors allowing Spencer to share and coach through the written word, as well. He is currently following his passions for uniting humor and wellness together in a variety of forms.


High school years when I thought that being a man meant that you should be a hunter.


Then there were some years that I felt that being a rodeo cowboy was what it took to be a man.

College Football

I had played football for 12 straight seasons ending my career as a "macho" football player at Montana Western as a defensive tackle.


This part of my life had me partaking in a variety of pleasures when I was confusing appetite for happiness.


Through the encouragement of my wife, I was introduced to a way of honing the mind, body, and spirit.

Yogi/Family man

The continued support of my family led us all to study yoga where it originated in Rishikesh, India. Our experience here was life-changing and it's what helped lead me to you.