Kundalini Yoga

Yoga of Awareness


Kundalini Yoga

Weekly Classes – Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30a

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Awakening the mind through meditation.

Kundalini Yoga: an Authentic System with immediate Benefits, a dynamic blend of postures, pranayam, mantra, music and sound meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.  Balancing body and mind enables you to experience clarity and the beauty of your soul.  No previous experience in yoga is required for you to achieve results with your very first class.

More about Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic form of yoga that combines breath, movement, meditation, rhythmic sound and deep relaxation. It is practical for the average person, because it works to release tension and energize in a short period of time, regardless of degree …of flexibility or experience. These classes are taught in the tradition of Yogi Bhajan who first brought Kundalini Yoga to the west in 1969. This yoga is taught in specific sequences of exercises (Kriyas) that create optimum health by strengthening the immune system, balancing the glands and creating a heightened level of awareness. Getting Started Kundalini Yoga, the Yoga of Awareness Is a powerful and dynamic practice that incorporates all aspects of yoga. In addition to developing physical vitality, this ancient system of yoga works with the energy systems of the body for emotional balancing, strengthening of the nervous system, stress relief and personal transformation. It is excellent for students of all levels. The best way to learn about Kundalini Yoga is to experience it! What to expect in a Kundalini Yoga Class? Kundalini classes begin with a time for centering. We call this “tuning in”. The teacher leads the class in the mantra: “Ong Namo, Guru Dev Namo”, which means “I call upon my own inner guidance, the teacher within me”. Students may follow along or listen as they like. The class is then led in 10 – 20 minutes of warm-up exercises, which prepare the body for the yoga set (kriya) that follows. Each yoga set involves physical postures (asana), breath work (pranayama), and meditative focus. Yoga is followed by a long deep relaxation and a short meditation that allows time for regeneration and stress release.

What to bring, what to wear ?

For Kundalini classes, you only need to bring yourself. Many people feel comfortable bringing their own yoga mat, or a towel to lie on, and a light blanket or shawl to cover up with during relaxation if they tend to get cold. Please bring your own cushions to use in the class. Wear comfortable clothing the you can move and breathe in easily. Yoga is best done on an empty stomach. If you find it necessary to eat before class, choose a light, easily digestible snack. Keep up! – Practice Makes Perfect Ultimately, yoga practice is best done daily. Even a few minutes every day can make a big difference. But any practice, however often, will be beneficial. Two to three times a week will provide noticeable results. Some students find that having a “yoga buddy” helps them maintain their commitment to practice. Invite a friend to attend classes with your or meet a friend in class that like to keep a similar schedule. Talk to your teachers about yoga sets for home practice.

Sat Nam

In many classes, the mantra Sat Nam is used. Literally, “Sat” means Truth and “Nam” means Name or Identity. Translated as Your True Identity or Highest Truth Within Yourself. Each class ends with the song: “May the long time sun shine upon you, All love surround you, And the pure light within you, Guide your way on”.

Click here for a link to a short memory exercise called the Kirtan Kriya.  It is recommended by Alzheimer’s Research and Prevention Foundation Meditation.  This practice has been shown to reduce stress levels and increase activity in areas of the brain that are central to memory.