Kundalini yoga Is a dynamic blend of breathing, warm-up movements, stretching, mantras/chanting, meditation, relaxation and gong bath savasanas. It’s potency arises from systematic techniques that strengthen the nervous system and balance the glandular system, resulting in increased stability and vitality.

Kundalini Yoga practices usually offer all eight limbs of yoga in each practice. In this practice stress is released, awareness awakened, creativity nourished and connection with oneself, inner wisdom empowered and experienced. Clean out old patterns and support your potential.

This style of yoga was developed for people who live full and demanding lives, and want quick and real access to stress relief, spiritual connection and greater capacity to fulfill their inner calling.

For many centuries it was guarded as a secret practice only for the privileged, and it was suppressed and misrepresented. In 1969 Kundalini Yoga arrived to the western world through Yogi Bhajan. It is said that Kundalini Yoga awakens our soul and liberates us, by connecting us directly to source energy, our intuition and the universal wisdom that flows within in us . The primary goal of Kundalini Yoga is to raise consciousness through the release of kundalini energy. Kundalini literally means coiling. In the classic Hatha yoga Kundalini is described as a coiled serpent at the base of the spine.

I started my Journey in Yoga almos 9 years ago and transform my self and my life. I practice and teach both Hatha and Kundalini Yoga. I see my Hatha practice as daily maintenance a great way to work out kinks in my body, get grounded and calm. My Kundalini practice is a place of transformation. The kriyas and meditations