Kundalini yoga combines dynamic movements (kriyas), conscious breathing (pranayama), meditation, and the chanting of mantras to bring balance to the body, mind, and soul. Also known as the yoga of awareness, Kundalini yoga translates to the “coiled one," referring to the energy represented by a coiled snake at the base of the spine. Kundalini yoga practices often drive toward a specific outcome, such as building energy, thyroid activation, shifting metabolism, reducing stress, or bringing a positive mood to the day.
A typical Kundalini Yoga class consists of a small warm-up - often involving Pranayama, a Kriya as the central experience, long deep relaxation and a final meditation. The world of Kundalini Yoga is very colorful and I invite you from the depth of my heart to try it out.