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Kundalini

Master yourself and awaken your full potential using the science of Kundalini Yoga. Kundalini Yoga utilizes movement, sound, breath and meditation to relax and restore your mind and body while improving strength, flexibility and endurance. This powerfully effective form of yoga stimulates the immune, nervous and glandular systems, helping to bring you back into true harmony. It is a sacred and scientific technology that enables you to access and realize your own creative energy to unlock your potential and elevate your consciousness. In these classes you will experience good techniques for self-development to generate profound and lasting advancement. These classes are for everyone.

This pranayama helps you to remember your authentic identity and listen to the truth of your soul. When you purify yourself with this practice, you begin to eliminate drama and increase joy! Offer this practice to your soul and allow yourself to receive opportunities and grace in return. Includes gentle holds on the top and bottom of the breath while you chant the mantra, wahe guru.
The chakras are fountains of energy along your spine. Each chakra represents an aspect of consciousness, a perspective, a mode of behavior. Practice a sequence that offers specific breath techniques and mudras that draw energy and attention to these centers, and help to balance the elements (tattvas) of your body. A wonderful practice when you want to move stuck energy and cultivate a greater degree of awareness. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Set yourself up for the best day ever with this sweet, yet powerful practice. You'll begin with a prana-building breath technique, followed by dynamic and static postures that awaken energy at your navel and open your heart center. Practice culminates with a meditation to bring a calming balance to your mind. This sequence makes a great forty-day practice.
According to yoga teachings, the sages call upon you to ignite your inner light and illuminate the world. This practice is designed to awaken and stabilize energy, bringing you more power, confidence and self-respect, so you can shine bright for yourself and those around you. Stoke your fire with a warming vinyasa flow that focuses attention on your navel. Practice a core-activating kriya, then culminate with a deep meditation to awaken insight and inner vision. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This simple sequence allows you to quickly change your energy and state of mind. Experience a brief practice committed to focused movement with breath to increase your capacity to meet each moment with grace, ease and strength. Move through a short kriya with a meditative mantra to reset your energy, setting an intention for your day. Practice includes a posture that moves the sound of "sat nam" up through your chakras. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This breath practice is designed to bring you to an inner space of stillness from which your soul and radiance emerges. From this place you have the power to overcome confusion; to be clear and present. Find a comfortable seat, adding a blanket or bolster, and practice a specific mouth breath and mudra that facilitates the experience. Illuminate from the inside out, walking away feeling more vibrant, calm and bright. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This accessible practice will work every part of your body and leave you grinning from ear to ear! Practice a sequence of dynamic exercises that revitalize your energy and help remove stiffness from your body. Where your focus goes, energy flows so tune into your vitality with this simple, yet powerful kriya. Make this sweet class your everyday go-to. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Practice building radiance and strengthening your presence to be a bright light for yourself and those around you. Do dynamic exercises like swan kriya, serabandanda kriya, squat variations, and archer pose. Use these powerful tools to get the edge you desire to thrive in life. Try this when starting something new, or needing to embody the seat of leadership. Your radiant body will reflect the strength of your energy, inner power, and connection to self. Props Suggested: A blanket.
This great all-around practice offers an experience of awakening and elevating your energy. Class includes a kriya that builds the rejuvenating force of your body, strengthens your aura and works your magnetic field, heart and shoulders to help create mental calmness and strength. This kriya also includes exercises that set the navel point, bringing a sense of centeredness. Consider practicing this regularly to keep your body feeling cleansed and more at ease. Props Suggested: A blanket.
There is a powerful saying that says, if you master your mind, you master the world. In this meditation, use a simple breath focus with a mudra. The power of the practice comes from learning to direct the stream of your mind. Practice regularly to sharpen the arrow of your mind so you may pierce through the surface layers into the 'brahm kaal', the space beyond time, where all knowledge lies. Great practice to help move your mind from a frantic state to calm and stability. Props Suggested: A blanket.
When you activate sun energy (surya), you help build positivity, enthusiasm and allow for more expansiveness. It can make your mind clear and action-oriented, strengthening your ability to focus on life's many tasks. Practice cultivating surya energy with this sweet, warming kriya. Move through a series of simple exercises that systematically stimulate your pranic force and kundalini energy. A great class to incorporate into your daily routine, or to make a forty-day practice. Props Suggested: A blanket.
Past projections have the ability to tempt, hypnotize or distract you. Too much investment in these memories and fantasy can exhaust your vital energy. This breath meditation can help release attachment to the past, letting go of things that no longer serve you. Begin seated upright and tune inward, practicing a mindful, segmented breath technique. If you are in the process of letting go of anything, consider making this a forty to ninety-day practice. Props Suggested: A blanket.

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