In this fast-paced world, we are seeking instant gratification and pleasure. Most of us currently fill this need with a cocktail, Netflix / food binge, shopping spree etc - anything to get the dopamine hit - however, Kundalini Yoga provides us with another way.
Both practical and powerful, Kundalini Yoga works quickly to give grace, balance & the ability to remain calm, centered and clear through life’s challenges.
With regular practice,you will grow, gain new perspectives, capacities as well as habits that support a healthy lifestyle.
Kundalini, the yoga of awareness, is a complete science that works on our body, mind and soul, allowing us to live our most amplified life possible. Kundalini elevates all aspects of our physical, mental and spiritual being.
The practice promotes a general sense of wellbeing, achieved by balancing the glandular and endocrine system whilst strengthening the nervous system. With regular practice, we begin to experience emotional balance and enhanced intuition, allowing us to be in control of our mind rather than the mind controlling us!
A typical class includes breath (pranayam), yoga postures (asanas), sound (naad), chanting (mantra), mudras (hand positions) and meditation.
With Kundalini Yoga, you are truly limitless. You begin to look at yourself with a beautiful curiosity, even when life confronts you, and you gain the radiance and strength to overcome any challenge that comes your way.
Here are a few more of the benefits you can look forward to when you practice Kundalini Yoga....
"You have to understand the purpose of life. The purpose of life is to do something which will live forever."- Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga.
Yogi Bhajan brought Kundalini Yoga to the West in 1968. He taught over 8,000 classes and inspired thousands of people to keep up and live in their excellence.
Yogi Ji was one of the most down-to-earth spiritual teachers of our time. He taught his subject with wit, compassion and a practical sense of the challenges faced by us all in everyday life. He firmly believed in the democratization of spirituality, teaching whoever was ready to listen and willing to practice.
Yogi Bhajan defied the tradition of secrecy because he saw that his technology offered an alternative to the then prevalent drug culture. He knew that Kundalini Yoga had the innate power to give seekers a real experience of God within, and at the same time help them to heal their mental and emotional problems - as well as the physical bodies that had been damaged by the use of drugs.
Yogi Bhajan left this world on October 6th, 2004, however he is still alive in his teachings and his guidance is available to anyone who tunes into his subtle presence. He has left a legacy of hope, inspiration, and technology for future generations and the upliftment of humanity.