CLASS DESCRIPTIONS + SCHEDULE
ESCAPE THE MATRIX
A Vibration Journey
Accessing our Limitless Potential
Integration & Shift Kundalini
A Return To Ourselves
Deep Light Sunday Kundalini
All levels, All Ages.
Self Sensory Humanology
HOW DOES KUNDALINI YOGA DIFFER FROM OTHER FORMS OF YOGA?
Kundalini Yoga is dynamic in its practice, vast in practical information and powerful in its experience. It incorporates the physical, mental and spiritual aspects of yoga into one cohesive and integrated system. It has a much broader emphasis on breathing, meditation, hand positions or mudras, chanting or mantra, and spirituality.
I am new to kundalini yoga, how do I find a beginner’s class?
All of our classes accommodate all levels! We are always welcoming brand new Yogis, just tell your teacher that you’re new and they’ll be happy to guide you along.
Why do you wear white? Do I need to wear white to practice?
Kundalini Yoga origins taught that wearing all white clothing expands our auric radiance by at least one foot. A strong aura gives us a strong and solid identity and projection and negative influences are automatically filtered. However, it is never required in class.
What should I expect from a class?
A Kundalini Yoga class is made up of the following elements:
Tuning In: When we practice Kundalini Yoga, we tune in by chanting ‘Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo’, connecting us to the purity of the infinite teacher living within each of us.
Breath (Pranayama): Breath is life energy itself. When we learn how to breathe consciously, we can calm our minds and master all aspects of our lives.
Kriya: A Kriya is an exact, dynamic combination of postures (asana), breathing and sound – a complete system that balances body, mind and soul, and increases mental clarity and physical vitality.
Meditation: Meditation brings awareness and control of our thoughts. Using mantra (sacred sound currents repeated aloud or silently) and mudra (sacred gestures) we can clear negative patterns and connect with our higher consciousness.
What Should I Wear?
Ideally, loose and comfortable clothing made of natural fibers. As the class progresses you may become warm, so having layers is often useful. Bringing a shawl or blanket will keep you warm in the relaxation and meditation segments of the class.
What are the benefits of The Gong?
The gong is one of the oldest instruments and has been used for healing for thousands of years. The vibration of the gong balances our glandular system, it aligns and balances the chakra system (energy centers in the body) and slows down the brain waves.
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