Kundalini Yoga

What is Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga is yoga of awareness. It consists of simple yogic techniques that can be pleasant and helpful to everyone regardless of age or physical abilities.  Kundalini Yoga includes breathing techniques, dynamic and static exercises, chanting mantras, meditation, and relaxation. Kundalini Yoga aims to provide an opportunity to experience our own highest consciousness through the raising of the creative energy of Kundalini.

“What is the Kundalini? The creative potential of the man.” 

“What does yoga mean? Yoga means to be united. When you unite with your soul and unite with the One who gave you the soul, that’s what yoga is…” – Yogi Bhajan

Yogi Bhajan

Until recently, the ancient technology of Kundalini Yoga was kept secret. It was carefully stored and refined in India by countless generations of yogis. The knowledge was passed by oral tradition from Master to disciple. In 1969, everything changed when Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga, brought this technology to the West, recognizing the need for this knowledge. He began to teach it publicly. Now this knowledge is available to us. The main message of Yogi Bhajan is: “It is the birthright of every human being to be healthy, happy, and holy”.

Benefits of Kundalini Yoga

Through Kundalini Yoga we enhance the flow of basic life energy, called prana or life force. Your body receives prana with every breath and Kundalini Yoga teaches us to discover the source of prana in us. You will feel different only after 11 minutes of practice. Kundalini Yoga helps to cope with stress, depression, negative situations in life through conscious perception. It balances the glandular system, strengthens nervous system, and expands our awareness.

With Kundalini Yoga you can build a healthy body, balance the mind, create a relationship with the infinite wisdom within, as well as open the door for the manifestation and realization of your abilities and potential.  Systematic practice of Kundalini Yoga cleanses, activates, and balances all body systems, which creates a feeling of peace, wholeness, and well-being.