Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga

  • Submitted By: rahsai
  • Date Submitted: 01/30/2009 6:48 PM
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Introduction to Kundalini Yoga: A Beginner’s Series of Kundalini Yoga Classes Focusing on Balancing the Ten Bodies

Please join us for beginner’s classes in Kundalini Yoga where we will explore the Ten Bodies.

Location: Revive Yoga Studios
23350 Lake Manor Drive
Chatsworth, CA 91311

Dates: Thursdays 9 to 10:30 a.m. starting April 3, 2008

Teacher: Jasai has been practicing Kundalini Yoga since the auspicious gift of "The New Method: Post-Natal Yoga" arrived at her door following the birth of her daughter in 2001. Initially at home and later at Golden Bridge Yoga Center, she found that the practice of Kundalini Yoga was not only changing her body but her life. Balance, Grace and the indispensable Neutral Mind are all gifts attained when one practices Kundalini Yoga technology. After nearly seven years under the stewardship of Gurmukh Khalsa and the gifted senior Yogis at Golden Bridge Yoga Center in Los Angeles, her journey has found her grateful to begin teaching.

Kundalini yoga is a physical and meditative discipline, comprising a set of techniques that use movement, breath and sound to awaken us to the indivisible connection between the finite and the infinite. Kundalini Yoga is often referred to as the "Yoga of Awareness" because it awakens the innate, unlimited potential that exists within every human being.

Kundalini Yoga has its roots in the Tantric Yoga tradition, which dates back to the eighth century. In 1969, Sikh leader Yogi Bhajan brought the practice to North America.

Introduction to Kundalini Yoga: A Beginner’s Series Focused Balancing the Ten Bodies.

1) First Class: Balancing the Soul Body: Creativity

Concepts that I hope to convey:
Strong Body Manifestation: Live by heart; Creative
Weak Body Manifestation: Live by the head; non- creative
Role: Connects you to your infinity
Key to balancing: Raise the Kundalini and open the heart

Skills/practices I want students...

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