What is Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini yoga is a combination of Bhakti yoga, Raja Yoga and Shakti Yoga. Bhakti yoga is the yogic practice of devotion and chanting. Raja Yoga is the practice of Meditation or mental and physical control. Shakti yoga is the expression for yoga and energy. “Yogi Bhajan” brought kundalini yoga and meditation to the west in 1968 and it is designed to give you “hands on” experience of your highest consciousness. It teaches a method by which you can realize or achieve the sacred purpose of your life. Yogi Bhajan believed strongly that everyone should have the opportunity to participate and to enjoy its incredible benefits.
Kundalini yoga is a complete science that includes pranayama, yoga asanas, different mudras, body locks (Bhandas), chanting and meditation. The word “kundalini” is comes from the Sanskrit word “Kundal” means “circular”. The practice of kundalini yoga is designed to activate and release this dormant creative energy placed at the base of the spine, energizing each of the chakras and increasing our consciousness and potential. The main goal of kundalini yoga is to build physical vitality and increase consciousness, and is to provide a modality by which people can get their maximum creative potential, free themselves from karma and realize their life purpose.
Kundalini Yoga Benefits
- By practicing Kundalini yoga, the will power and strength to kick good habits for good.
- Kundalini Meditation to Release Stress and Clear Past Emotions.
- Kundalini yoga provides a great opportunity to detox your body, mind, and spirit.
- By practicing Kundalini yoga, you can feel happier, healthier, be more productive, more creative, and more relaxed!
- Transform your life and relationships, and feel more fulfilled and satisfied!
- Boost your energy levels and enjoy greater levels of physical well-being!
- Become more natural and able to attract new opportunities!
- Get on on an exciting new journey of self-discovery!
- Kundalini Yoga is a dynamic combination of physical postures, breathing, movement, stretching, meditation, mantra and relaxation
- Activates the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system, expands the lung capacity, and purifies the bloodstream.
- Brings balance to the body, mind and soul.