Relatively new to the Western Hemisphere, Kundalini, "the yoga of awareness,"
opens your heart, builds strength and releases the energy located at the base
of your spine. Kundalini is without a doubt one of the more spiritual styles of yoga.
Kundalini yoga focuses on breath and movement and challenges its students both
physically and mentally.
Kundalini is one of the oldest forms of yoga – it has been practiced in India since
500 B.C. It was brought to the west in 1969 by Yogi Bhajan. Up until this time,
the science of Kundalini Yoga was shrouded in secrecy, practiced only among a
select few. Yogi Bhajan broke with this tradition of silence and shared this powerful technology openly and freely with all.
Kundalini literally means "coiled" and is represented by a metaphorical coiled snake at the base of your spine.
The purpose of Kundalini practice is to uncoil your snake and release the flow of energy and unlimited potential which exists within you.
By raising this energy, we can join our individual consciousness with the Universal Consciousness.
Health, strength, fitness and overall happiness benefits are included.
*A healthier, stronger body. * A stronger mind. * Creates self-confidence.
*Allows you to become more intuitive and sensitive. * Helping to treat addictions.
* Strengthening the nervous system. * Balancing the glandular system.
* Reduced pain from physical injuries.