KUNDALINI YOGA

Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic technology, developed and refined over thousands of years, that provides a new level of health, consciousness and awareness. The Kundalini teachings consists of tools that help unlock phsyical, mental and spiritual energy; deeply expanding potential and self understanding. The Kundalini experience integrates physical, emotional, visceral, spiritual, neurological and perceptual facets; giving you a completely new knowing on the concept of Yourself. A consistent practice brings more capacity, confidence and effiency — in all aspects of life.

Kundalini (कुण्डलिनी) energy is the primal shakti energy, accumulated in our root chakra. The universal practice of Kundalini Yoga include the use of different asanas (postures), pranayam (breath), mudras (hand positions), banhda (body locks) and mantras to awaken and unlock this energy. By bringing our bodies into specific angles and movements, we awaken and empower our nervous-, glandular-, circulatory- and digestive systems. The specific breath techniques helps us feel both more calm and energised, while directly working with healing our weakened nervous system. Kundalini Meditations and mantras are filled with effective ways to clear negativity, cope with stress and amplify our personality. 

Anyone can benefit from having essential skills to cope with the pressures of the world today. Yoga and meditation allows us to not just cope with stress and pressure, but to succeed in the face of them. There are no prerequisites for you to gain the benefits of Kundalini Yoga; no weights, no flexibility, no experience, no spirituality, no lexicon needed. These techniques are extremely practical, easy to do and do not require a tremendous amount of time. Meanwhile, it’s a deeply meditative practice that allows for a more profound experience of our reality.

Classes are taught on a weekly basis to offer the opportunity for people to truly grow and transform. Our classes and workshops are based on and inspired by the traditions of Dhirendra Brahmachari, Swami Satyananda Saraswati and Yogi Bhajan.