About Kundalini Yoga
What is Kundalini Yoga?
Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of Awareness. It is the superhighway to enlightenment.
Kundalini Yoga is an ancient art and science dealing with the alteration and expansion of consciousness by awakening and raising of Kundalini energy up through the spine. The energy flows through energy centers, called Chakras, and activates them. Activation is accomplished by mixing and uniting of Prana (cosmic energy) with Apana (eliminating energy). This is done by means of by means of pranayama, bhandas, asanas, kriyas, mudras and mantras, resulting in pressure which causes Kundalini energy to rise. Kundalini Yoga sets may also include visualization, projection and focused attention to attain specific effects. This knowledge had been a closely guarded secret for centuries, handed down by a succession of gurus to a handful of carefully selected and prepared students.
Through the practice of Kundalini Yoga an individual can unite his consciousness with Cosmic Consciousness on a regular basis by carefully performing the exercises and meditations in specific sequence and combination. A student soon becomes adept at perceiving the movement of energy within and outside of the body. Then she may consciously begin to direct its flow to stimulate and awaken the chakras to heal herself and others. The student consciously becomes a co-creator with the Divine working in, as and through his life.
Kundalini Yoga increases mental clarity and gives you an inner calm, and the strength and grace for meeting the daily challenges in your life. Use it to experience your own infinity and seize the day!
Kundalini Yoga Classes, Workshops & Events
For DrYogi’s Kundalini Yoga classes, workshops, and events, see Calendar of Events page. For more Kundalini yoga classes and events in the San Francisco Bay Area, check out www.bayareakundaliniyoga.com/
Kundalini Yoga Teacher Training
If you are interested in deeply understanding the history, technology, practices and spirituality of Kundalini Yoga, it is highly recommended to take the Teacher Training Course. Even if you don’t want to be a yoga teacher, this course covers the fundamentals of the practice so that you can deepen your own practice as well as better understand the lineage of this tradition and how it compares to other forms of yoga.