There is no identity for you, except your spiritual identity. There’s no grace in you but to learn. There is no achievement other than to become learned. There’s no power but to share what you have learned with all and everyone. Share with compassion – you will be compensated, and you shall have no complex. Then all that there is shall come to you, and you will not have to go after anyone.
~Yogi Bhajan, PhD
Master of Kundalini Yoga
Kundalini yoga practice involves chanting, singing, breathing exercises, and repetitive poses.
The purpose of this practice is to activate your Kundalini energy, also known as Shakti.
This spiritual energy is said to be located at the base of your spine. By awakening our physical body using specific techniques of breathing and physical movements the Kundalini energy is climbing or coiling up from the base of the spine towards the crown of the head.
Students can practice on a chair or in seated positions. Some exercise will be practiced standing.
The practice of Kundalini yoga can begin with less than 10 minutes daily, yet will show immediate results. Over time the practitioner will cultivate a personal daily routine called Sadhana.
Depending on a person’s mental and physical condition the practice can be modified.
The ultimate goal is to find your true self as much as feeling good with and in your physical body.
Kundalini yoga is science and technology that gives us tools to manage our modern environment, daily life and it’s challenges.
Everyone can make use of these tools no matter what physical appearance or limitations one may have or religious beliefs one cultivates.
Any person seeking health, happiness, physical strength, youthful appearance, management of emotions and a spiritual journey will absolutely benefit and fall in love with this particular form of yoga.