... an uplifting blend of spiritual and physical practices, Kundalini Yoga incorporates movement, dynamic breathing techniques, meditation, and the chanting of mantras (e.g. Sat Nam, meaning "truth is my identity"). The goal is to build physical vitality and increase consciousness. It aids in fighting emotional stress by balancing the entire nervous system of the body and awakening spiritual thoughts.
Kundalini Yoga's use of deep breathing, meditation, and calming postures instills a deep sense of relaxation in those that practice it. Prolonged relaxation has numerous health benefits, which includes improving heart health, reducing stress, and helping you adhere to healthy eating.
Having practised Hatha Yoga for a long time and being a relative newcomer to Kundalini Yoga. I consider the Hatha yoga a great way to stretch and work out kinks in my body while with Kundalini practice I get grounded and calm. And I like the focus on transformation.
The Kundalini kriyas and meditations are much more specific than your regular flow class, they are a specific set of exercises that generate energy, organize that energy and deliver you to a specific energetic state — one of greater awareness!
What's my background in yoga?
Click here to find out more about my many trainings and the long period of time I have been involved with yoga!
And now I have started to join the Kundalini Sisters in leading morning sadhana via ZOOM a few times a month ...
... while also enjoying pop-up teaching (like I did on a retreat in Sweden last weekend or at the start of my choir practise today!).
Find out more how you can join the early morning ZOOMyoga Kundalini sadhana here!