Please note: 
Bookings are required for these classes which takes place on Tuesday mornings and Thursday mornings at 6am to 7:30am. 
The class fees are separate from the regular class fees at Yoga Harmony. 
Contact Dalene for information and bookings on 0764034827. 

Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan is called the Yoga of Awareness.  It’s a science that precisely and consciously combines the different aspects of asana, pranayama, eye-focus, mudra, body locks and mantra, to affect a specific energetic state.
A regular practice becomes a powerful and dynamic tool that gives you an experience of your soul.

On a physical level it balances the glandular system, it strengthens the nervous system, it expands the lung capacity, purifies the blood, strengthens the core, increases flexibility. 

It brings balance to the body, mind, and soul.

Kundalini yoga brings about greater emotional balance –regular practice brings about greater awareness of your inner self, and an ability to choose how you respond to your thoughts and feelings.  It calms the mind and promotes to act rather than react to situations.

One of the greatest benefits of Kundalini Yoga is that it works to strengthen and balance the nervous system. When your nervous system is weak, you are susceptible to unhealthy reactions to stress. During a Kundalini Yoga kriya and the deep relaxation that follows it, all the nerve endings in the body are given a tune-up. You experience a deep rejuvenating state of total relaxation where healing can take place. Regular practice gives you extra stamina and resilience in the face of everyday stress.

Kundalini Yoga is known for chanting mantra’s or sacredmusic. The Naad or sound current that is created when chanting, is the science of sound vibrations that affects the body, mind, and spirit through the specific movement of the tongue in the mouth. The conscious regulation of sound through breath and mantra produces profound effects on our health and well-being.  It changes pathways of chemicals in the brain, thereby cleaning out subconscious thought patternsholding us back, and creating new uplifting thought patterns.

Pure joy is experienced when we chant from our hearts and souls. 

Moments of stillness within the practice are built-in moments where we sit quietly and awaken to our Self. The breathwork within the kriyas is so powerful that it starts to strip away the layers that veil our consciousness, and in the sweet moments between poses we can sense the fullness of who we are. 

Sat Nam

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