July Week 3
Friday 15th - Navel Point (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Saturday 16th - Bandhas -Body Locks (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Sunday 17th - Mudras - Gestures (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Monday 18th - Prana and Apana - Energy Balance (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Tuesday 19th - Chakras - Energy Centres (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Wednesday 20th - Dhristi - Eye Focus (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Thursday 21st - Meditation (I AM A Beginner Sadhana Series)
Move through a powerful short tune up of the navel point to feel strong and energised. Centring your energy at your navel point allows you to feel balanced, strong and in control. Using breath of fire throughout the class you will stimulate your energy and charge up the navel point. Start with wa...
Bandhas (Body Locks)
Direct and maximise the flow of energy within the body through the use of bandhas in this introductory class to this ancient yogic technique. This class will take you through the central bandhas used in Kundalini Yoga: Mulabandha, Uddiyana Bandha, Jalandhara Bandha and a combination of all three,...
Use mudras to channel the way energy flows through the nadis (energy channels). This class will start with an active yoga set to create a balance of energy in your body before moving into a mudra based meditation series to bring healing energy into your heart. Learn how to feel energy in your pal...
Prana and Apana (Energy Balance)
One of the main goals in yoga is to balance the energy that flows within you. In yogic philosophy the two opposing energies in the body are known as Prana (upward energy) and Apana (downward energy). These two energies meet at the navel centre where kundalini is stored. This practice will bring y...
Chakras (Energy Centres)
Balance out your energy in this active and slightly challenging set that will introduce you to the chakras. Starting with the lower energy centres, known as the lower triangle, you'll work your way up the spine to the upper chakras to rebalance your energy centres and create an infinite experienc...
Dhristi (Eye Focus)
Ever find your mind wandering off and suddenly you're thinking about a conversation you had today or what's for dinner later? This is where drishti comes in! Drishti or focused gaze, is a means for developing concentrated intention and can be an inward gaze or outward gaze. In Kundalini Yoga we o...
To sum up our beginners series we will finish off by bringing together all the tools and techniques we have learnt into a meditation practice. The ultimate goal of asana (physical poses) in your yoga is to prepare the body so that you can sit in meditation and have a deep infinite experience. Thi...