Kundalini Yoga is called the Yoga of Awareness. 

It is a powerful practice that promotes health, happiness, and spiritual awareness. 

 

The physical postures (kriyas) increase flexibility, strengthen the nervous system, balances the glandular system and improves the circulatory system. The pranayam (breath work), meditation techniques and mantra allow us to process our emotions, develop concentration and clarity so we can meet life’s challenges with strength, control, and grace. Classes can be energetic and vigorous or sometimes more meditative. Open to all levels including beginners.

Why do Kundalini Yoga?

Kundalini Yoga specifically strengthens the glandular, Immune and nervous systems

that keep us healthy. 

After practicing Kundalini Yoga for some time, you may experience some effects:

 

🌿 have a healthier and more balance life

🌿 lower your stress levels

🌿 build strength and resilience – physically, mentally, and emotionally

🌿 boost your levels of energy and vitality 

🌿 create a grounded state of inner peace and calm

🌿 balance your mind and emotions

🌿 awaken your purpose and Intuition

🌿 clear blocks in your energy field

These effects can be supported by your daily and personal Kundalini Yoga practice, retreats and by my daily 30 minutes Live Classes.

Kundalini Yoga is a yoga for householders, for people who have to cope with the daily challenges and stresses of holding jobs, raising families, and managing businesses.

 

It is a path for everyone who wants the skills to cope successfully with the challenges of our times.

What is Kundalini Yoga?

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Structure of the Class

1. Tune In with Adi Mantra & Mangala Charan Mantra

2. Warm Up Exercises (optional)

3. Kriya - series of postures, breath, and sound

4. Relaxation

5. Meditation - Kundalini Yoga style

6. Tune Out with Closing Blessing Song and 3 long Sat Nam

Adi Mantra

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo 

"I bow to the Creative Wisdom, I bow to the Divine Teacher within."

Mangala Charan Mantra (for Protection)

Ad Guray Nameh, Jugad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guru Devay Nameh

"I bow to the primal Guru, I bow to wisdom through the ages, I bow to True Wisdom, I bow to the great, unseen wisdom."

Closing Blessing Song 

May the long time sun shine upon You
All Love surround You
And the Pure Light within You
Guide your way On.

 

Sat Nam 

‘Sat’ translates to truth. ‘Nam’ translates to identity.

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Why we wear White and What is that on our heads? 

In Kundalini Yoga, white is good for the body energetically and for the nervous system. Wearing white helps expand your radiance, your aura. It represents light, the source of all colors. For a Kundalini Yoga Teacher wearing white is our “banna” or uniform. Students and practitioners may wear whatever color they like but they gain all the benefits of wearing white (or ivory) clothes if they do so. For the teacher a head covering keeps their energy in and keeps other energy out. 

They are also great for a personal meditative practice, to help you go inward more easily. Try it! 

 

“We live by the beat of the heart, not by the thoughts of the head.” YB