Kundalini Yoga

All the techniques and teaching that you may need are in Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini Yoga is the technology of human consciousness.

Kundalini Yoga consists of active and passive asana-based kriyas, pranayama and meditations which target the whole body system (nervous system, glands, mental faculties, chakras) to develop awareness, consciousness and spiritual strength.

Kundalini Yoga teaches you the techniques and awareness to stay healthy. You gain a strong immune system, vital glands, a strong nervous system, good circulation, and an awareness of the impact of your habits. This foundation gives you the energy and lets you deal with the mental and spiritual facets of your life.

Kundalini Yoga develops your relationship to your mental potential. You learn to use the clarity of the neutral, intuitive, comprehensive mind. You sharpen the intellect and do not use it to create self-doubt or insecurity. You act with grace and commitment from your heart.

The leverage of Kundalini Yoga is not a boast from those who practice it. Even in the scriptures it is said that Kundalini Yoga is the fastest way to create the transformation, the lightening and the enlightenment that each individual is seeking. It is the fastest way to establish an aligned relationship between the body, mind and the soul.

Kundalini Yoga has three characteristics

  • Leverage – the power to change, to make a difference in our lives.
  • Legacy – complete integrity in its own structure, beyond any individual.
  • Lineage – a history and a line of transmission, brought to us from which we launch and share with others.
Schedule Now

Kundalini is the term for “a spiritual energy or life force located at the base of the spine,” conceptualized as a coiled-up serpent. The practice of Kundalini Yoga arouses the sleeping Kundalini Shakti from its coiled base through the 6 chakras, and penetrate the 7th chakra, or crown. This energy is said to travel along the ida (left), pingala (right) and central, or sushumna nadi – the main channels of pranic energy in the body.

Kundalini energy is sparked during yogic breathing when prana and apana blends at the 3rd chakra (navel center) at which point it initially drops down to the 1st and 2nd chakras before traveling up to the spine to the higher centers of the brain to activate the golden cord – the connection between the pituitary and pineal glands – and penetrate the 7 chakras.

The practice of kriyas and meditations in Kundalini Yoga are designed to raise complete body awareness to prepare the body, nervous system, and mind to handle the energy of Kundalini rising. The majority of the physical postures focus on navel activity, activity of the spine, and selective pressurization of body points and meridians. Breath work and the application of bandhas (3 yogic locks) aid to release, direct and control the flow of Kundalini energy from the lower centers to the higher energetic centers.