The Practice

Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan

Kundalini Yoga is often described as the yoga of awareness. Through a dedicated and consistent practice of the Kundalini Kriyas (physical exercises, meditations and breath work) we become more aware on every level of our being.

Kriya means action: an action that leads to great healing of one’s body, mind and spirit. Kriya allows for a state of “spontaneous flow” as action becomes aligned with a deeper part of Self. This results in a sense of wholeness and appropriateness in action, gracefulness in the body, and a clear mind.

“The power of Kundalini Yoga lies in the actual experience. It goes right into your heart and extends into your consciousness so you have a wider horizon of grace and knowing the truth.” Yogi Bhajan

The Yoga of Sound

Ranging from short Bijas (seed sounds) to long extended recitations, mantras are at the heart and soul of the yogic tradition.

The regular incorporation of the Yoga of Sound into your yoga practice will result in a very healthy connection to your voice and your breath, unlocking your creative expression, calming the mind, and promoting spiritual growth.

“The chanting of mantras is an effective way to clean our chakras, erase outmoded energy grooves, and encourage energy to flow in ways that offer a deeper perspective on life and a greater sense of purpose and meaning.” Russill Paul